We believe our employees are our greatest asset and we prioritize providing growth and career opportunities for every skill level. Whether you are looking for career growth, want to relocate, or you are just seeking a new adventure, we have opportunities across the country.

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Don't see an opportunity that fits your career path?
Speak with your supervisor to help find your next opportunity.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you must speak with your immediate supervisor prior to applying for a new role within the company.

For most roles, you can apply without a resume. Certain roles within management or the corporate office will require an updated resume to be considered.

Relocation assistance may be provided on a case-by-case basis.

Yes - You can also speak with your supervisor to discuss which current openings best suit your experience and goals.

Opportunities can be lateral by staying in the same position but changing locations or concepts.

No, while we encourage internal employees to explore options within the Company, we cannot always guarantee an interview.

Leadership Testimonials

"I started with Landry's as the GM of the Jacksonville Chart House in early 2009. I was promoted to Regional Director in 2012, then Regional Vice President and finally Divisional Vice President. There have been many mentors in Landry's that have helped me continue to grow throughout my tenure. Tilman Fertitta had it right. In order to be successful in whatever you do, it takes focus, leadership, intensity, and persistence."

Adam Parolise
Div. Vice President, McCormick & Schmick's

"There is so much value in the growth program. I entered the program as a server. The program helped me to elevate from an hourly mentality to a manager mentality. Not only did the program teach me policies and procedures, it also taught me leadership skills that I will carry for the rest of my life."

Christina Lopez
Director of Training, Saltgrass Steak House

"I began my Landry's career as an hourly employee before entering the Supervisor Growth Program, and I then entered the Manager in Training (MIT) program shortly thereafter. My journey helps me connect with our current employees because I have done the job that they are currently performing. It is easy to lead by example when you know the roles of each job and can explain how it has an impact on our guests and operation."

William O'Haver
General Manager, Rainforest Cafe