Application Process

Get the inside scoop on our application process
so you can better prepare for landing a job at Roadhouse!


Application Submission

Each job opening has an easy to use online form to submit your application. Pay close attention to the application requirements. For most roles, we like to include questions at the end of the posting related to the job. These are important to answer as part of your application. If you’re active on LinkedIn, include a link to your profile.

Don’t see a current opening that fits you? No worries! We’re always looking to meet motivated and experienced people. You can apply for general opportunities through the General Application posting on our Job Openings page. Three questions you should answer with your application: (1) what role are you applying for, (2) why we should hire you and (3) what can you contribute to Roadhouse on day one?

You will receive a confirmation email that we received your application.


We screen all of our applications against the job posting to determine qualified applicants. This includes applications received specifically for the job opening and ones received through our general applications posting. We contact candidates via email to arrange for interviews. Sometimes we’ll do screening telephone interview, but most often we’ll invite you into the studio. Although we try to connect with all of our applicants, due to volume, only those applicants under consideration will be contacted.


Welcome to the Roadhouse studio! Here, you’ll meet various people –likely a member from our Human Resources team, the lead in your area of expertise and the lead on the project. We like group interviews for a number of reasons. We want you to meet more than just one person in the organization to get a sense how we interact, relate and work with each other. We work in teams and value collaboration, so including you in this type of setting is great. It helps us get to know you and you get to know us. We will ask you lots of questions related to your area of expertise. These can get technical (as they should) to ensure that you’ve got the foundation to contribute and solve complex problems. We’re interested in learning about your approach to problem solving and goal setting. You will also have the opportunity to ask us questions. We hope you come prepared to ask us anything.


We’ve had the opportunity to get to know each other better, and hopefully, we’ve determined that you would be a great addition to our team and you would like to join us. It’s time to present you with an offer of employment. This will include the employment agreement with details of your start date, salary, hours of work, vacation, etc. With your acceptance and signature, we’ll ring the cowbell and we can officially welcome you to the team!
Shortly after receiving your signed offer, we will send you some information about your first day and some of the paper work you can fill out in advance of arriving.

Welcome to Roadhouse

Here is where the happiness begins!