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FINAL EDITION: JOB SEEKERS GUIDE TO THE FAST FOOD INDUSTRY
FINAL EDITION: JOB SEEKERS GUIDE TO THE FAST FOOD INDUSTRY
FINAL EDITION: JOB SEEKERS GUIDE TO THE FAST FOOD INDUSTRY
FINAL EDITION: JOB SEEKERS GUIDE TO THE FAST FOOD INDUSTRY
FINAL EDITION: JOB SEEKERS GUIDE TO THE FAST FOOD INDUSTRY
FINAL EDITION: JOB SEEKERS GUIDE TO THE FAST FOOD INDUSTRY
FINAL EDITION: JOB SEEKERS GUIDE TO THE FAST FOOD INDUSTRY
FINAL EDITION: JOB SEEKERS GUIDE TO THE FAST FOOD INDUSTRY
FINAL EDITION: JOB SEEKERS GUIDE TO THE FAST FOOD INDUSTRY
FINAL EDITION: JOB SEEKERS GUIDE TO THE FAST FOOD INDUSTRY
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FINAL EDITION: JOB SEEKERS GUIDE TO THE FAST FOOD INDUSTRY
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  1. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A JOB SEEKER’S SHOPPING GUIDE TO WORKING IN THE PHOENIX-METRO FAST FOOD INDUSTRY
  2. DO I NEED A FOOD HANDLER’S CARD? Food Service Worker Cards are required for any person who handles, prepares, serves, sells or Gives away food for human consumption, including those whose duties are restricted to busing or washing dishes. The rule does not apply to workers in facilities that handle food or beverages exclusively in a closed package or container. New workers must obtain their licenses within 30 days. Cards are obtained by coming in to one of our offices. You have the choice of taking a written test after reviewing a study booklet of food safety information, in one of our offices (click here for testing schedules, locations, and maps) or by using an approved on-line testing web site (click here for a listing of approved web sites). If you chose an on-line testing center the bar-coded certificate and the appropriate fee must be presented to our regional offices in order to obtain your FSW card. Cards must be renewed every three years by re-testing. This includes older cards issued prior to 1997. The fee to take the test is $10.00 per attempt. When the test is passed, the fee for the card is $5.00. An original of the card must be kept at the workplace. Those who wish to retain a copy for their own records or for multiple job locations may obtain duplicates of their license for $3.00. We accept cash and credit cards at our four testing offices. Food Service Worker cards are valid for a period of three years. http://www.maricopa.gov/EnvSvc/EnvHealth/SpecProg/FoodWorker/FoodWorker.aspx ===================================================================== WHERE CAN I GET A FOOD HANDLER’S CARD? Testing Sites & Hours of Operation. All offices are open Monday - Friday, excluding holidays HOURS: 9:00AM - 11:30AM & 1:00PM - 4:30PM CENTRAL REGIONAL OFFICE 1645 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85006 (SE corner of 16th St. & Roosevelt St.) EASTERN REGIONAL OFFICE 1255 W. Baseline Rd. Bldg C, Suite #270, Mesa, AZ 85202 (SW corner of Baseline Rd. & Alma School Rd. SW building of office complex) NORTHERN REGIONAL OFFICE 15023 N. 75th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85260 (75th St./Butherus in Scottsdale Airpark) WESTERN REGIONAL OFFICE 16140 N. Arrowhead Fountain Center Dr. Suite #105, Peoria, AZ 85382 (SW corner of 83rd Ave. & Bell Rd.) ===================================================================
  3. WHAT DO I NEED TO GET A FOOD HANDLER’S CARD? You must bring Proof of Legal Status/ID to take the test or the class or get the card. Testing is conducted on a walk-in basis at our four locations. Allow enough time to complete the test. Last exam will be given out at 11:15 am and 4:15 pm; all exams are picked up at 11:30 am and 4:30 pm. No testing is done on holidays. Effective September 1, 2010 exam is conveniently available ONLINE. For further information, please call (602) 506-2960. FEES & ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The card fees are as follows: • Food Service Worker test $10.00 per attempt required prior to taking the test • Food Service Worker referral to class $10.00 • Food Service Worker card $5.00 • Food Service Manager card $5.00 • Duplicate copies with original are $3.00 each. Please have exact change. Cash and credit cards accepted. No bills larger than $20.00 will be accepted. CHECKS ARE NOT ACCEPTED. ======================================================================== IS THERE A STUDY GUIDE? You can pick up a study guide at any location and/or download it from: ENGLISH: http://www.maricopa.gov/EnvSvc/EnvHealth/Pdf/Engbook.pdf SPANISH: http://www.maricopa.gov/EnvSvc/EnvHealth/Pdf/Spanbook.pdf ================================================= ARE THERE ANY JOBS? With the recovery of the economy here in the metro area and as people are able to enjoy an occasional meal out, segments of the Food Industry has boomed into a cascade of new restaurants opening over the past six months. As new places are opening and needing staff, established venues are scrambling around to locate good applicants and/or to hold on to the staff they have. This means that the normal downturn for the hot AZ Summer does not necessary come into play. This is a good time to be looking. But, this does not mean that it is easy or a done deal as the job market isn’t that tight right now. In this book you will find 1000’s of available jobs that are they need to fill. They will run a wide range through the industry and even though the jobs posted will change with time, the mechanics on how to find them, how to apply for them and the insider INTEL won’t. So, if you are reading this book 6 months or a year from now, the actual jobs posted will be long gone but; the book will guide you to the newest generation of jobs, careers and opportunities. In fact, if you are reading this right now, follow the links to see what is new. ================================================= DO I NEED EXPERIENCE? THE ANSWER IS “YES” AND THE ANSWER IS “NO.” This is a complicated answer to a complicated question. The real answer will vary with every employer that you meet. Let’s simplify the process for you. If I am applying to be the next Iron Chef, I will need experience, a blog, and a recipe portfolio to get a real interview. If I am looking at general food service industry
  4. employment, then it is more tied to having basic skills, your motivation for wanting the job and your acquired knowledge of the company (their history, their menus and the way they do business). ================================================= WHO IS THIS GUIDE FOR? We try to focus at the lower end of this market because if you are already the next Iron Chef – you do not need our help…you have paid the dues or have great talent that stands by itself. This guide is for the person who has been cooking in one form or another for all their life and has decided to turn what they like to do…NO…what they love to do into a career. This guide will assist you to get a foot-in-the-door and start your own journey to being your own version of the next Iron Chef. WHAT ARE BASIC SKILLS? For most entry level openings in this industry, you DO NOT need to have professional experience. In fact, everyone reading this guide is more or less over qualified for these positions. WHATZ? How can you be over qualified and have never worked in a professional kitchen? The answer is easy. The question was “do you have experience?” Did they say professional experience? No! Do not read more into the question than what was asked. Here is the guide to experience: A. Did you grow up in a rich family with cooks, butlers and maids? B. Is it then fair to say that you have been cooking, assembling or preparing food for yourself or others for most of your life? C. FOR STAY-AT-HOME PARENTS: Don’t you prepare meals for your family at least several times per day not to include special diets or threats? Don’t you make multi-person meals? Don’t you plan out your meals before you start cooking? Don’t you keep control of the food in the pantry and go to the store (inventory and purchasing – budgeting also on tight budgets) when you need to restock? D. When you cook for your family do they ever throw the food back at you? If not then that is the best sign that the food is good. Do people complement your cooking or ask for a recipe? E. Do you enjoy the art of creating a great meal from nothing? Do you enjoy cooking? Have you ever dreamed of being the Iron Chef? If you have answered yes to more than one of these questions, then, you are over qualified for most entry level jobs in this industry. If you answered yes to #E then, you are a great fit for what the employers are seeking. What we want to do is teach you how to frame the answer to “Do you have experience?”
  5. Here is a cool introduction that you can use or abuse as an answer to this question: “You know…I have been cooking all my life and people say that I am very good. I have been thinking…why couldn’t I take what I like to do {pause for effect} What I love to do and turn it into a career…that is why I came down here today to introduce myself…I know that I have a lot to learn but, I am willing to start anywhere…do anything that you need me to do …because that is how I am going to make this career real!” ========================================== RESUME OR NOT? Once you start working in this industry you will know that no one (entry level) gets hired based upon a resume. This is an industry where no one wants to see a resume. They want to see you. They want to look you in the eye and to see what your motivation is. So, if you want to work in this industry, don’t waste the time doing a resume. What would be good for you to create is a master application (cheat sheet) with the names, address and phone numbers to the places that you have worked. You will need this to fill out the application. It is critical that you have this information so that the employer can quickly, easily verify your previous experience. The easier you make it for them to verify the quicker you can start! ================================================= HOW DO I APPLY? This will vary based upon the company, its size and policies. Here are some universal truths: A. Small companies put much value on face-to-face communications and put even more value upon a person who was interested enough to present themselves in person. The correct time is 2-4PM on any day M-f. This time block is in the industry the down time between finishing lunch and the start of dinner prep. This is a time slot when they are free to have a conversation with you as to why they should hire you. B. Large companies by nature, require to fill out an online application (even here no resume needed) to apply for openings. Please remember that hundreds of people do the same application as you did every day. There may be 500+ applications done for every opening posted online. You need to do the application but, you need to consider this the first step not the last. C. To go introduce yourself approach shows that you are motivated and that you are really interested in working for them. With large companies, the Insider Tipster is to be proactive and give you the advantage of introduction. This advantage cannot be over stated as critical to jumping in front of all those other applicants. This gives you the advantage of showing the employer that you are motivated and really want to work. Most employers assume that you will do this if you are really interested in their particular job offering.
  6. D. By not going over to introduce yourself, what message do you send to this employer? You tell the employer that you are not really interested in this particular opening. The employer may assume that you are not able to come over dues to transportation or daycare issues. The employer may assume that you are shy and that is a kiss of death in this industry. The employer may assume that you went to work elsewhere or that you are no longer interested. E. By going over to introduce yourself you lay most if not all of these concerns to rest and have an opportunity to impress the employer that you cared enough about this job that you would make the time to talk to them. It’s a courtesy…it is a matter of respect. F. Even an employer in need of staff does NOT need to hire you. You need to make the case that you deserve consideration based upon your skills, you availability, your motivation and your willingness to invest 10-15 minutes to educate yourself on who they are and what they do. G. Study the menus. This is true for every job title. Know what they are known for. Know what their specials are as they will ask you in the interview. Watch the videos as this is where you learn who they are, how they operate and/or how well you will fit in there. Many places now incorporate the videos into their interviews and will send you home if you have not watched them. ================================================= WILL THEY HIRE ME? Many of our Previously Incarcerated brothers and sisters continually worry and stress over this issue to the point that they are incapable of applying for anything. The old Urban Legends, misconceptions of “been there…done that and they will not hire me…” or their own insecurity/shame of themselves wills the “they will not hire me…” into reality. The truth is far from the Urban Legends and for every employer there is a different standard. In the food industry it is fair to say that you get an even break and will find people who are able to understand the difference between “I AM A MURDER!” and “Someone broke into my house…” or “I stole a Big Screen TV” and “I stole to feed my babies…” The standard rule is generally that if your crime does not relate to the job that you are applying for, they don’t care. They will look at the age of the crime and importantly, what you have done since then. It is fair to say that they are not interested in who you were or in what you did. They are interested in who you are and most importantly, what you bring to the table (skills, ability). The best advice is to try…imagine…what opportunities you lost by not trying? As the old man use to say: “…the worst thing that they can do is hire ya kid and make you go to work!” ================================================= INTERVIEW PROCESS…. We have assembled for many of the employers listed in the guide a feature that we call the Used Job Shack Insider. The Insider is a collection of people who have been recently hired by that company and they explain the interview process, the questions that were asked and give the tips on how they got their
  7. job. This INTEL is priceless to the job seeker because it is the answer(s) to the test (interview). It gives you the ability to ace any interview with any of these companies. ================================================= HOW TO DRESS: Always apply or interview in your “going to work” clothes not your “going to the club” or your “hanging out at the park” vacation clothes. Leave the bling and forget the perfume – many people are allergic to perfume. Nothing say “you ain’t gonna get hired” more than an employer sneezing all over your application. Never over dress as this will make you look out of place, like you wouldn’t fit in. Save the suit for that corporate gig interview. Some cooks like to go dressed in their cooking jackets but, that can be read wrong if you are under qualified for the position that you are applying for…makes you look like you are all full of yourself… The dress standard is AZ Casual or slightly above that if you are applying for more customer focused positions in the front room – like hosts. ================================================= Other issues will be introduced throughout the guide as needed or based upon an employer’s particular needs. ================================================= FINGERPRINT CLEARANCE CARDS… Some positions with local hospitals, schools and care facilities will require that you qualify for and/or have an AZ Fingerprint Clearance Card. Never get this card before you get the job offer as it is expensive and will not give you that much of an advantage. Many companies will pay for you to get the card or pay you back if they request that you get one. Save your money…But, know if you qualify for one. WHAT IS THE FEE TO OBTAIN A FINGERPRINT CLEARANCE CARD? The fee for volunteers is $65 and the fee for all others is $69. HOW CAN I OBTAIN AN APPLICATION PACKET FOR AN INITIAL OR RENEWAL IVP FINGERPRINT CLEARANCE CARD? You may obtain an application packet from your employer or you may request a packet directly from DPS by either calling (602) 223-2279 or faxing your request to (602) 223-2947. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Fingerprint/#1 ============================================= USED JOB SHACK TIPSTER #1 Now you know who this company is. You know where they post their jobs. You also know what skills are needed for each opening. So far, 100%! The next step is where 8 out of 10 of you will fail and your application will be deleted. This is the application process. WHY WILL ONLY 2 OF 10 GET CALLED FOR AN INTERVIEW?
  8. WAS IT THAT ONLY 2 HAD THE EXPERIENCE NEEDED? • Yes and No. This is really simple to answer. All ten people tried very hard and did their best to fill out the application but, ONLY two used a “CHEAT SHEET.” WHAT CHEAT SHEET? • The cheat sheet was the job description from the employer. It contains all of the information needed to “ace” the application. It has the skill set laid out in detail (DOESN’T IT?). It has the key words and phrases needed (RIGHT?). Everything that you need to get this job is laid out for you. When the employer asks you to explain what you did for a living, only 2 out of 10 applicants will start with the employer’s cheat sheet and use it to create the perfect answer that will show the employer that they have the skills that the employer was looking for. In other words, they connected the dots between what they did and what the employer was looking for. AS THE OLD MAN USE TO SAY… “If I am a mechanic applying for a customer service job…the last thing I will talk about is repairing cars…I will talk instead about dealing with customers, researching, diagnosis of their problem(s), presenting this information to my clients, seeking their approval to resolve the situation (contract negotiation, contract bidding and “costing” the job)…securing the needed resources and materials to complete the project by means of researching available inventory(s) utilizing advanced inventory management, computer systems. If not available in inventory...the process requires additional and sundry collection of research techniques which would be inclusive of industry outreach and the potential of actually outsourcing the entire acquisition process to acquire the needed materials from an assortment of various vendors or contractors (which then adds an additional layer of contract negotiations) within the timelines of the contract. Oversee the actual project to completion while maintaining a continual dialog and open communication(s) with the clients to advise them on project updates and/or urgent situations that might require the urgent need to re-negotiation the terms of project involving costs and/or overruns…thus, further requiring the modification of the terms to the initial contract. Upon completion of the project, organize all vital project information, documentation(s) and present that to the client. This may include the utilization of approximate level of conflict resolution and marketing, public relations. Additional skills would center on the advanced usage of customized computer systems and software…” SEE THE DIFFERENCE: Here are the Requirements and Working Conditions: • 3 months’ work experience preferred. Preferred means just that. If you have professional experience talk about that…even if you did not do that as a primary duty. They didn’t ask you that! Unless they say professional experience…have you ever washed a dish, a pot or a pan in your life? Unless you grew up with maids and the likes, the correct answer is “I have been doing this all my life.”
  9. One of the many reasons why Chipotle is unlike other fast food companies is the fact that nearly all of the leaders are promoted from our crew. Many restaurant companies hire "professional" managers to run their restaurants and almost never look to their crews for new leaders. But last year at Chipotle, 97% of our general managers were promoted from our crews and because our company is growing, there's plenty of opportunity. Countless people who came simply looking for a job now find themselves leading dozens, or even thousands of people while enjoying a career that is totally fulfilling, fun, and financially rewarding beyond anything they thought possible. It's pretty simple: If you work hard, you'll get noticed and before you know it, you'll be on a roll. When Steve Ells started Chipotle back in 1993, he only intended to open one restaurant—not a chain of more than 1,200. Because of that, he broke all of the rules and Chipotle became a new kind of fast food restaurant. In fact, we do just about everything differently and it starts with the people we hire to work in our restaurants. We've learned that experience in other fast food restaurants isn't of much value at Chipotle. That's because we really cook food at Chipotle. And that's just the beginning of what we do differently. Our Crew members learn what they need to do on the job and in turn; they
  10. become the future leaders of our company. It's on-the-job training like you have never had before. IT IS CRITICAL TO GETTING HIRED THAT YOU WATCH AND TAKE NOTES ON EACH OF THE VIDEOS…THEY WILL ASK YOU QUESTIONS ABOUT THEM AND THEY WILL SEND YOU HOME IF YOU HAVE NOT WATCHED…REALLY!!!! http://careers.chipotle.com/en-us/careers/get_rolling/get_rolling.aspx WHY IS ALL THIS EFFORT WORTH IT? TAKE A LOOK AT THE SALARY CHART…REMEMBER 97% OF ALL MANAGERS STARTED AT THE COUNTER! WHY IS ALL THIS EFFORT WORTH IT? TAKE A LOOK AT THE SALARY CHART…REMEMBER 97% OF ALL MANAGERS STARTED AT THE COUNTER!
  11. THIS IS A COMPANY WHERE YOU CAN ENTER WITH NO EXPERIENCE & BUILD A GREAT CAREER UP TO $129K/YEAR! OR YOU CAN GET ANOTHER DEAD-END JOB THAT DIDN’T REQUIRE YOU DO SOME RESEARCH!
  12. CURRENT OPENINGS… http://jobs.chipotle.com/ RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Phoenix, AZ Laveen-(02049) 5130 W. Baseline Rd. Phoenix 85042 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW Phoenix, AZ Laveen-(02049) 5130 W. Baseline Rd. Phoenix 85042 GERENTE DE COCINA (en Espanol) Scottsdale, AZ Gray hawk-(02029) 20851 N. Scottsdale Rd. Suite 101 Building D Scottsdale 85255 GERENTE DE SERVICIO (en Espanol) Scottsdale, AZ Gray hawk-(02029) 20851 N. Scottsdale Rd. Suite 101 Building D Scottsdale 85255 Kitchen Manager Scottsdale, AZ Gray hawk-(02029) 20851 N. Scottsdale Rd. Suite 101 Building D Scottsdale 85255 SERVICE MANAGER Scottsdale, AZ Gray hawk-(02029) 20851 N. Scottsdale Rd. Suite 101 Building D Scottsdale 85255 MARKETING STRATEGIST Phoenix, AZ City Scape-(01684) 11 West Washington St. Suite 140 Phoenix 85003 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Scottsdale, AZ Gray hawk- (02029) 20851 N. Scottsdale Rd. Suite 101 Building D Scottsdale 85255 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW Scottsdale, AZ Gray hawk-(02029) 20851 N. Scottsdale Rd. Suite 101 Building D Scottsdale 85255 GERENTE DE SERVICIO (en Espanol) Scottsdale, AZ 92nd & Shea-(00045) 9301 E Shea Blvd. #F102 #F102 Scottsdale 85260 SERVICE MANAGER Scottsdale Area Scottsdale, AZ 92nd & Shea-(00045) 9301 E Shea Blvd. #F102 #F102 Scottsdale 85260 GERENTE DE SERVICIO (en Espanol) Phoenix, AZ Metro Center-(00253) 3039 W. Peoria Ave. #C 105 #C 105 Phoenix 85029 SERVICE MANAGER Phoenix, AZ Metro Center-(00253) 3039 W. Peoria Ave. #C 105 #C 105 Phoenix 85029 GERENTE DE COCINA (en Espanol) Peoria, AZ Happy Valley-(00916) 9940 West Happy Valley Parkway Suite 105 Suite 105 Peoria 85383 GERENTE DE COCINA (en Espanol) Mesa, AZ Dana Park-(01710) 3440 E. Baseline Rd. Unit 104 Mesa 85204 GERENTE DE COCINA (en Espanol) Scottsdale, AZ 92nd & Shea-(00045) 9301 E Shea Blvd. #F102 #F102 Scottsdale 85260 GERENTE DE COCINA (en Espanol) Tempe, AZ ASU-(01208) 1038 South Mill Avenue Tempe 85281 GERENTE DE SERVICIO (en Espanol) Mesa, AZ Dana Park-(01710) 3440 E. Baseline Rd. Unit 104 Mesa 85204 GERENTE DE SERVICIO (en Espanol) Peoria, AZ Happy Valley-(00916) 9940 West Happy Valley Parkway Suite 105 Suite 105 Peoria 85383 GERENTE DE SERVICIO (en Espanol) Tempe, AZ ASU-(01208) 1038 South Mill Avenue Tempe 85281
  13. CURRENT OPENINGS… http://jobs.chipotle.com/ KITCHEN MANAGER Mesa Area Mesa, AZ Dana Park-(01710) 3440 E. Baseline Rd. Unit 104 Mesa 85204 KITCHEN MANAGER Peoria Area Peoria, AZ Happy Valley-(00916) 9940 West Happy Valley Parkway Suite 105 Suite 105 Peoria 85383 KITCHEN MANAGER Scottsdale Area Scottsdale, AZ 92nd & Shea-(00045) 9301 E Shea Blvd. #F102 #F102 Scottsdale 85260 KITCHEN MANAGER Tempe Area Tempe, AZ ASU-(01208) 1038 South Mill Avenue Tempe 85281 SERVICE MANAGER Mesa Area Mesa, AZ Dana Park-(01710) 3440 E. Baseline Rd. Unit 104 Mesa 85204 SERVICE MANAGER Peoria Area Peoria, AZHappy Valley-(00916) 9940 West Happy Valley Parkway Suite 105 Suite 105 Peoria 85383 SERVICE MANAGER Tempe Area Tempe, AZ ASU-(01208) 1038 South Mill Avenue Tempe 85281 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Scottsdale, AZ Scottsdale Pavilions-(01625) 9010 E. Indian Bend Rd. Scottsdale 85260 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW Scottsdale, AZ Scottsdale Pavilions-(01625) 9010 E. Indian Bend Rd. Scottsdale 85260 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Tempe, AZ ASU-(01208) 1038 South Mill Avenue Tempe 85281 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Phoenix, AZ South Mountain- (01079) 2415 East Baseline Road Phoenix 85042 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Scottsdale, AZ Downtown Scottsdale-(01301) 4513 N. Scottsdale Rd. Suite 108 Suite 108 Scottsdale 85251 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Tempe, AZ Tempe Marketplace-(00744) 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy Suite 1226 Suite 1226 Tempe 85281 Restaurant Team Member Crew (en Espanol) Scottsdale, AZ Thompson Peak- (00357) 15035 E. Thompson Peak Pkwy. Suite 1 Suite 1 Scottsdale 85260 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Tempe, AZ Rural & Baseline- (01322) 815 East Baseline Road Suite 118 Suite 118 Tempe 85283 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Scottsdale, AZ 92nd & Shea- (00045) 9301 E Shea Blvd. #F102 #F102 Scottsdale 85260 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Scottsdale, AZ Maloney- (00444) 15425 N. Scottsdale Rd. Suite 160 Suite 160 Scottsdale 85254 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Phoenix, AZ City Scape- (01684) 11 West Washington St. Suite 140 Phoenix 85003 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Phoenix, AZ 44th & Thomas- (00041) 4423 E. Thomas Road (SEC) Suite B Suite B Phoenix 85018 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Phoenix, AZ Encanto-(01726) 1515 N 7th Ave Suite 120 A Suite 120 A Phoenix 85003 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Mesa, AZ Signal Butte and Baseline-(01764) 1955 S Signal Butte Road 101 Mesa 85209
  14. CURRENT OPENINGS… http://jobs.chipotle.com/ RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Mesa, AZ Alma School-(00717) 1130 West Grove Ave. Bldg 1 Suite 101 Bldg 1 Suite 101 Mesa 85210 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Mesa, AZ Dana Park-(01710) 3440 E. Baseline Rd. Unit 104 Mesa 85204 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Phoenix, AZ 7th St. & Bell Road-(01450) 425 E Bell Road Suite 140 Bell Road Suite 140 Phoenix 85022 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Scottsdale, AZ Hayden & Royal Palm-(00112) 8320 N. Hayden Rd. E 108 10 E 108 10 Scottsdale 85258 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Phoenix, AZ Camelback- (00543) 1660 E. Camelback Rd. Suite 185 Suite 185 Phoenix 85014 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Mesa, AZ Superstition Springs- (00906) 6602 E. Superstition Springs Blvd. Pad C Pad C Mesa 85206 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Phoenix, AZ Paradise Valley- (01595) 4622 E. Cactus Road Phoenix 85032 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Phoenix, AZ Metro Center- (00253) 3039 W. Peoria Ave. #C 105 #C 105 Phoenix 85029 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Mesa, AZ Power & 202- (00698) 4984 South Power Road Suite 107 Suite 107 Mesa 85212 Restaurant Team Member Crew (en Espanol) Peoria, AZ Arrowhead Fountains- (00734) 16680 North 83rd Suite 101 Suite 101 Peoria 85345 Restaurant Team Member Crew (en Espanol) Peoria, AZ Happy Valley-(00916) 9940 West Happy Valley Parkway Suite 105 Suite 105 Peoria 85383 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Phoenix, AZ Nortera-(01119) 2470 West Happy Valley Road Suite 1181 Suite 1181 Phoenix 85085 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW (en Espanol) Mesa, AZ Las Sendas-(01821) 2849 N Power Road #101 Mesa 85215 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW Phoenix, AZ Metro Center-(00253) 3039 W. Peoria Ave. #C 105 #C 105 Phoenix 85029 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW Phoenix, AZ Nortera-(01119) 2470 West Happy Valley Road Suite 1181 Suite 1181 Phoenix 85085 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW Phoenix, AZ South Mountain-(01079) 2415 East Baseline Road Phoenix 85042 RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER CREW Scottsdale, AZ Downtown Scottsdale- (01301) 4513 N. Scottsdale Rd. Suite 108 Suite 108 Scottsdale 85251 http://www.chipotle.com/en-us/chipotle_story/chipotle_story.aspx
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  16. Entry Level Jobs in Phoenix at Taco Bell Do you like to melt things? Save the few model airplanes and plastic soldiers you have left, and come to work at Taco Bell®. We melt good stuff every day as we prepare the tasty foods our customers crave. Taco Bell offers free training, good pay, and free food during your shift. It's hard to get burned when you think Outside the Bun. Why Apply for Phoenix Entry Level Jobs with Taco Bell Restaurants? As a Taco Bell employee, you will learn valuable career and people skills that will last a lifetime. Search Phoenix Entry Level Jobs with Taco Bell Restaurants. Don't forget to subscribe to our candidate community below and we'll notify you of future Phoenix Entry Level Jobs when they are posted on our career site. http://www.tacobell-jobs.com/go/Entry-Level-Jobs-in- Phoenix/76420/126/?&title=&location=&date=&sortby=2&sortdir=asc BETTER WATCH THESE VIDEOS & TAKE NOTES!!! http://www.tacobell.com/Company Working at Taco Bell is more than joining a successful brand. It's about joining a culture that loves the food, cares about each other and the planet, and connects with each and every Customer. Don't just settle for any job, choose to work here. Work at Taco Bell.
  17. APPLY ONLINE TO EACH STORE THAT YOU ARE INTERESTED IN...IT’S REQUIRED… Then go over to that store between 9:00-11:00AM or 2:00-4:00PM and introduce yourself…tell them something like this… “As I live in the neighborhood…I thought that I would stop by to let you know that I just completed your online application for and I was wondering if I could have the opportunity to talk to someone about upcoming openings because…(insert your talking points {Skills & experience}) …http://www.tacobell.com/careers/workhere Locations Near 85008 We have 87 locations near the 85008 zip code you entered: • Phoenix, Arizona (2601 North 44th St) • Phoenix, Arizona (1004 N. 24th St.) • Phoenix, Arizona (1802 South 7th ST) • Phoenix, Arizona (2450 E Indian ST) • Phoenix, Arizona (3101 E Thomas Rd) • Phoenix, Arizona (7440 S 7th St) • Phoenix, Arizona (2465 E Baseline Rd) • Phoenix, Arizona (301 East McDowell • Phoenix, (1501 E Bethany Home) • Scottsdale, Arizona (7847 E McDowell • Scottsdale, (7153 E Thomas Rd) • Tempe, Arizona (912 E Apache Blvd) • Phoenix, (4430 South 48th Street) • Phoenix, Arizona (4035 N 7th Ave) • Tempe, Arizona (310 Orange St) • Tempe, (1674 E. Southern Ave.) • Scottsdale, (9059 E Indian Bend • Phoenix, (1747 W Bethany Home • Phoenix, Arizona (3502 W Van Buren) • Phoenix, Arizona (8645 N. 7th St.) • Phoenix, Arizona (725 W. Southern • Phoenix, Arizona (5825 S 35th Ave) • Tempe, (1801 East Guadalupe) • Tempe, Arizona (835 W Baseline Rd) • Phoenix, Arizona (4751 E Shea Blvd) • Phoenix, Arizona (4815 East Warner) • Mesa, Arizona (917 N. Dobson Rd.) • Mesa, Arizona (310 W Main Street) • Mesa, Arizona (352 E Brown Rd) • Scottsdale, (10130 North 90th St • Mesa, Arizona (1125 S Dobson Rd) • Tempe, (1415 West Elliot Road) • Tempe, (9960 South Rural Road) • Phoenix, (4304 W Indian School – • Phoenix, (3517 W Glendale Ave) - • Mesa, (1256 South Country Club • Mesa, (2760 South Alma School) - • Scottsdale, (4854 East Bell Road) • Scottsdale, (14002 N Scottsdale) - • Phoenix, Arizona (1860 N 75th Ave) - • Phoenix, (3159 E Greenway Rd.) • Phoenix, Arizona (2435 E Bell Rd) • Glendale, (7795 North 59th Ave.) • Glendale, (6606 West Camelback) • Glendale, Arizona (4402 W Glendale) • Chandler, (5800 West Chandler • Phoenix, Arizona (15604 S 40th St) • Mesa, (1215 E. McKellips Rd.) • Phoenix, (3507 W. Peoria Ave.)- • Scottsdale, (15776 N Frank Lloyd • Phoenix, (12223 N Cave Creek • Phoenix, (1220 North 51st Ave) • Chandler, (2030 North Alma SCH • Glendale, Arizona (4351 W. Olive) • Laveen, Arizona (7233 S. 51st Avenue) • Phoenix, (7449 W Indian School • Phoenix, Arizona (419 West Bell Road) • Phoenix, (2660 W. Thunderbird) • Mesa, Arizona (2663 E Broadway Rd.) • Mesa, Arizona (2160 Baseline Rd) • Scottsdale, (11072 No Frank Lloyd • Phoenix, Arizona (4209 W Bell Rd) • Gilbert, (885 West Warner Road) • Phoenix, Arizona (4850 N. 99th Ave) • Glendale, (4950 W. Thunderbird • Phoenix, (2430 E. Beardsley Rd.) • Glendale, Arizona (9380 W. Northern • Peoria, Arizona (6745 W Peoria Ave) • Peoria, Arizona (8301 W Peoria Ave) • Gilbert, Arizona (3601 East Baseline • Mesa, Arizona (6111 E Southern Ave) • Mesa, Arizona (4444 East Main Street) • Mesa, Arizona (6728 Main St) • Mesa, Arizona (1148 N Higley Rd) • Glendale, Arizona (5705 W Bell Rd) • Glendale, (7714 West Bell Road) • Gilbert, Arizona (1550 E Warner Rd.) • Gilbert, Arizona (2881 S. Market St.) - • Phoenix, (1909 West Deer Valley • Chandler, (2930 S Alma School) • Mesa, (2028 North Power Road) • Glendale, Arizona (6901 North Litchfield
  18. WHAT DO YA KNOW ABOUT OUR COMPANY? (TACO BELL) http://www.tacobell.com/food/menu/cantinaBell http://www.tacobell.com/Happier_Hour ========================================================== USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…TACO BELL TEAM MEMBER AT TACO BELL - Accepted Offer Interview Details –Walked in and filled out a paper application. The next day I had the interview and she told me to call her in the morning. I called and I was hired . The next week I signed documents and was told about my uniform and protocol. Started working later that week. Interview Question –What are your strengths and weaknesses? Negotiation Details –Just be yourself and let your personality shine.
  19. TEAM MEMBER AT TACO BELL - Accepted Offer Interview Details –I placed my initial application online and was contacted within a couple of days. I also filled out a paper application on site for my file. My interview was prompt, easy going, answered my questions, and detailed my duties and rate of pay. I was hired on the spot, sent to do a drug test, and within 2 days the results were back and I was placed on training schedule. Interview Question –I did not find any question unexpected or difficult. I have several years of job experience, so I drew on past experience to answer questions and to ask questions. Negotiation Details –Dress professionally with hair and makeup done for women, no sloppy or baggy attire, and conservative dress for females with no dangly jewelry. Obviously well groomed and bathed. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TEAM MEMBER AT TACO BELL - No Offer Interview Details –First they tell you to come early but make you wait a long time to get interview. They ask you if you want something to drink right when you get in. Then when they start to interview you they ask a couple of questions. General questions about your experience, availability, and your goals. They also want to know what you hope to gain from working there. There next step is to call you for a second interview which means you were hired. Interview Question –question: They ask you to come up with a creative way to tell the customers to have a nice day -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TEAM MEMBER AT TACO BELL - No Offer Interview Details –Went for my first interview at 11 am and was 15 minutes early. The assistant manager who was interviewing me asked me if I wanted something to drink and I said no thank you. We sat at a table in the restaurant near the corner; we were the only ones in the place. She asked me a couple of really easy questions, what hours can you work? Your age? Where do you live? Things like that. Then she told me to come back for a second interview with her boss the manager the following Monday. Now I don't know when fast food places started to do second interviews but I went anyways. I went back on Monday and was 15 minutes early again. The manager had me wait for a half an hour. When we sat down I noticed at the table next to us was another women just watching us, she turned out to be there for her second interview to, how rude! But the manager started to ask me questions and I felt nervous but I answered the best I could. The whole time we were talking she was acting very rude. She was rolling her eyes and staring down at a paper. I thought it was very inappropriate. When we were done she said that they had a lot more candidates to interview and there were only two positions open so they had to choose who to hire. Then she told me that there would be a third interview with her boss and they would be calling the people that they thought would fit the position to interview with the manager’s boss. Now I knew by this that I did not get the job because the assistant manager that I interviewed with before said that they just opened two new taco bells in my area and the interviews were to fill the positions in those places. Now doesn't it take more than 2 people to run 2 fast food places? Also why would there be a third interview with the manager’s boss for a team member position? A fast food job and they are treating it like they are choosing the president. I don't get it though, I was early, dressed in nice business type clothes and was nice and respectful, but all I got from the manager was rudeness. If I don't get a call back then I am going to be really pissed for them wasting my time. Interview Questions • Why do you think we should hire you over everyone else? • Tell me your greatest strength? Your greatest weakness? • Tell me a situation where a customer came to you yelling and upset about something and what you did to fix the problem.
  20. TEAM MEMBER AT TACO BELL - Accepted Offer Interview Details –They call you in for an interview. When you arrive they seat you down in the restaurant at a table away from the crowd as best as possible. Ask about your previous work history. Your schedule with school, other job etc… (Nothing personal just what you want/need to share). Then you both sit there filling out paper work and the GM helps if you have questions. Then you call their Main HQ and confirm it all with those guys over the phone. If you already showed up with black shirt, cargo, non-slip shoes you might be in luck and start that day. They provide the first uniform shirt, hat, name tag free of charge. Interview Question – How would you handle an upset customer? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TEAM MEMBER AT TACO BELL Accepted Offer Interview Details –The interview was done on the spot right after filling out my application. I got the application from the cashier at the front register and filled it out on site. I asked to speak to the manager in charge, and presented to her my application. She asked if I had a few more minutes for an interview, so we sat and began the interview process. The questions were more of character than work history. ===================================================================================== http://www.mcstate.com/careers/ We believe the best people in the world work right here. And we believe you could be one of them. You’ve got enthusiasm, responsibility and drive. We’ve got flexible schedules, benefits and jobs that can turn into satisfying careers. It’s a perfect match.
  21. Just ask the 62,000 new employees who joined our team through our first-ever National Hiring Day. Drawn by opportunities like innovative training programs and the chance for a lifelong career, the vitality and diversity of these outstanding folks can be felt in our restaurants and in your communities. To everyone in our 761,000-member family we say, "Welcome to McDonald's." CREW MEMBER: TO FIT YOUR LIFESTYLE HOURS: Varied to fit your lifestyle. Most of our locations are open 24 hours. DESCRIPTION: Do you enjoy helping people and learning a variety of tasks? Our flexible schedule can fit school, home and life. Paid training - earn while you learn * Free meal when you work * Uniform and shoes provided. * Opportunity to advance ENJOY THE PERKS • McDonald's Gold Card (off duty food discount and discounts at over 75 other merchants) • Affordable insurance available for ALL employees (full & part time) medical/dental/vision/life/short term disability • Direct Deposit * Credit union *McSave (Payroll Savings) 401K * Stock Purchase Plan • Beyond Work (more discounts) • McResource Line (work/life management support) • Performance & Wage Reviews Twice a Year Positions is available at the following location(s) Shift Manager – 650 E. Bell Rd. Crew Member – 8220 W. Indian School Crew – 29555 N. Cave Creek Rd Crew – 6005 S Central Ave., Phoenix Crew – 1851 W. Bell, Phoenix Crew – 3214 E. Indian School Road Department Manager – 2020 N. 75th Ave. Shift Manager – 2845 W. Thunderbird Assistant Manager – 4505 E. Cactus Rd. Crew – 626 W. Union Hills Dr. Shift Manager – 1825 West Bell Road Crew – 2845 W. Thunderbird Crew Member – 3434 W. Union Hills Assistant Manager – 719 E. Thunderbird Crew Member – 1850 S. 7th St. Crew Positions – 4505 E. Cactus Rd. Crew – 4019 E. Chandler Assistant Manager – 2845 W. Thunderbird Swing Manager – 20210 N. Cave Creek Rd.
  22. General Manager – 5060 W. Cactus Road Shift Manager – 3434 W. Union Hills Crew – 3721 E. Thomas Crew – 3400 East Sky Harbor Blvd Department Manager- 7575 W. Lower Buckeye Crew Member – 7575 W. Lower Buckeye Flexible Opportunities!- 3207 W. Indian School Crew – 10230 N. 32nd St. Assistant Manager – 650 E. Bell Rd. Crew – 1255 E. Chandler Crew – 3130 E. Broadway Flexible Opportunities! – 4750 E. Warner Rd. Crew – 3323 N. 24th St. Shift Manager – 2501 W. Happy Valley Rd. Management – 4750 E. Warner Rd. General Manager – 1825 West Bell Road Crew – 29555 N. Cave Creek Rd. Crew Member – 5750 W. Thomas Road Crew – 926 E. Indian School Road Crew – 4750 E. Warner Rd. Crew – 2501 W. Happy Valley Rd. Shift Manager – 626 W. Union Hills Dr. General Manager – 626 W. Union Hills Dr. Crew – 8849 N. 7th St. Flexible Opportunities!- 2427 W. Thomas Rd. Shift Manager – 9120 West Thomas Road Shift Manager – 3400 East Sky Harbor Blvd Management – 223 N. 7th Ave. Crew Positions – 4550 E Cactus Rd. Department Manager – 5750 W. Thomas Road Swing Manager – 4550 E Cactus Rd. Crew Member – 4430 E Thomas Crew – 2427 W. Thomas Rd. General Manager – 1851 W. Bell Assistant Manager – 2225 W. Deer Valley Shift Manager – 5750 W. Thomas Road Crew – 4750 E. Warner Rd. Crew – 719 E. Thunderbird Crew – 2667 W. Camelback Crew – 2430 E. Baseline Rd. Crew – 2427 W. Thomas Rd. Assistant Manager – 626 W. Union Hills Dr. Flexible Opportunities – 3455 W. Peoria Shift Manager – 2225 W. Deer Valley Shift Manager – 2020 N. 75th Ave. Crew – 5060 W. Cactus Road Shift Manager – 2611 N. 75th Ave. Crew – 9617 North Metro Pkwy West
  23. Crew – 545 E. McDowell Crew – 3207 W. Indian School Assistant Manager – 1825 West Bell Road Swing Manager – 4505 E. Cactus Rd. Shift Manager – 1851 W. Bell Crew Member – 3455 W. Peoria General Manager – 2845 W. Thunderbird Department Manager – 3455 W. Peoria Assistant Manager – 3400 East Sky Harbor Blvd General Manager – 2225 W. Deer Valley Crew – 9617 North Metro Pkwy West Management – 29555 N. Cave Creek Rd. Flexible Opportunities – 7575 W. Lower Buckeye Crew – 2225 W. Deer Valley Flexible Opportunities! – 29555 N. Cave Creek Rd. Crew – 125 N 24th St. Flexible Opportunities! – 223 N. 7th Ave. Assistant Manager – 1851 W. Bell Crew – 1825 West Bell Road Crew – 2915 S. 99th Ave Department Manager – 3434 W. Union Hills Crew – 3212 E. Greenway Department Manager – 9120 West Thomas Road Assistant Manager – 4550 E Cactus Rd. Crew – 1905 W. Northern Ave. Crew – 650 E. Bell Rd. Crew Member – 2020 N. 75th Ave. Crew – 5120 W Baseline Rd Crew Member – 2611 N. 75th Ave. Crew Member – 4019 E. Chandler Miembro de equipo – 9617 North Metro Pkwy West Shift Manager – 3455 W. Peoria Crew – 223 N. 7th Ave. Crew Member – 1255 E. Chandler Crew – 1850 S. 7th St. Crew – 3140 Carefree Highway Crew – 3207 W. Indian School Crew – 1532 N. 51st. Ave. Management – 3207 W. Indian School General Manager – 3400 East Sky Harbor Blvd Assistant Manager – 5060 W. Cactus Road Crew Member – 3721 E. Thomas Shift Manager – 8220 W. Indian School Shift Manager – 7575 W. Lower Buckeye
  24. General Manager – 2501 W. Happy Valley Rd. Flexible Opportunities – 8220 W. Indian School Crew – 4430 E Thomas Flexible Opportunities!- 1635 E. Camelback Crew – 2447 E. Bell Rd. Crew – 220 N. 35th Ave. Crew – 1607 W. Bethany Home Rd. Crew – 750 W. Camelback Rd. Department Manager – 8220 W. Indian School General Manager – 650 E. Bell Rd. Shift Manager – 719 E. Thunderbird Department Manager – 2611 N. 75th Ave. Crew – 1602 E. Glendale Ave. Shift Manager – 5060 W. Cactus Road Assistant Manager – 2501 W. Happy Valley Rd. Management – 2427 W. Thomas Rd. Crew – 223 N. 7th Ave. Management – 3140 Carefree Highway Crew Positions – 20210 N. Cave Creek Rd. Flexible Opportunities! – 926 E. Indian School Road Assistant Manager – 20210 N. Cave Creek Rd. General Manager – 719 E. Thunderbird =============================== USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…McDonald’s
  25. Cashier at McDonald's - Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jun 2013– Reviewed Jun 26 Interview Details –I applied online and got a call a few days later offering me an interview. When I went in the interview lasted 15 minutes, and we mostly reviewed the resume I brought and he asked me what my job preferences were - hours, if I had any salary demands (I didn't). Interview Question –What's one thing I should know about you? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member at McDonald's - Accepted Offer –Jun 23, 2013 Interview Details –Well I applied online to Mcdoanld's like everyone else and I was contacted a few days later, I believe 3 days for an interview in person. I waited in the lobby where the other guests were and other applicants. We were interviewed one by one. After the interview I got a call back from the hiring manager around 2 days later. She called to tell me that they were offering me an opportunity to work there and that orientation would be from 6pm-8pm. The orientation didn't last that long, lasted around 1.5 ours. We were given forms to fill out, taxing, stuff like that, rules and regulations, and etc. Interview Question –None. All the questions were very basic, like "Why do you want to work here?" --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member at McDonald's - Accepted Offer – Jun 10, 2013 Interview Details –I had filled out an online application and was called in a few days later for an in-store interview. When I walked in there were several other females around me, but I was the only one wearing business attire. After the people ahead of me went I was my turn for an interview. The interviewing lady was nice and most of the questions she asked was confirming the information on my application. She then asked "Why McDonald’s?" to which I answered that it would be a good first job to have and would give me experience. She then asked if I had any more questions and I asked what date training would begin if I got hired. She then said the date and had me fill out a background information sheet. She then told me she would see me at orientation which is basically the first day of work. Interview Question –None of the questions were difficult ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member at McDonald's - Accepted Offer – Jun 10, 2013 Interview Details –Went into a city hiring event at the restaurant. First, I was told to sign a sign-in sheet and mark whether or not I had filled out an application on-line. I had filled out an online application so the manager went to the back to get my application information and had me sit down in a booth. I waited a few minutes and then was interviewed by the assistant manager. She asked the usual behavioral questions. Then she left me and discussed information with the General Manager and he came over and interviewed me and also asked behavioral questions. He confirmed I knew they were open 24/7 and that they needed people with open availability. I told him I understood and he offered me the job. He advised me that the assistant manager would be calling me to set up time for me to come in for orientation. Interview Question –Tell me about a time that you were treated badly as a customer and how you resolved the issue. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  26. Crew Member at McDonald's - Accepted Offer – May 21, 2013 Interview Details –well, basically you apply either online or at the boot if they have one. I strongly suggest going to the booth inside. it lets the people know that you are applying and it is faster. I applied at the booth and got a call about a week or two later. I came in and they gave me a free drink while I waited. the manager was interviewing someone while I waited. then they called me and I was interviewed in the actual dining room of McDonald with all the costumers. they asked me four questions. Basically in a nut shell. • What was a time that you worked with a team and they did not do well, how or what did you do with the situation • What was a time that you showed over achieving performance (going out of your way) to help someone/stranger. • Tell about a time that you had a lot of tasks and did them well. • Tell about a time that you had a task that was complex or something that took a lot of work or something to get it done. The manager told me that she wanted to hire me at the end of the interview. She wanted to do something called a red folder thing. then she said that I have orientation to go to. Interview Question –these where the only question she asked me ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member at McDonald's - Accepted Offer–May 8, 2013 Interview Details –I got an application from an online website and went in on their national hiring day. There were two or three slightly higher than manager personnel doing the interviews. They reviewed my application and noticed one of my references was a former Spanish teacher. They asked me if I spoke Spanish and I said yes. They then asked me a few questions in Spanish and I responded appropriately. I was told I got the job and was placed at a McDonald's by my house a couple days later. ============================================ Team Member • Ability to interact with customers: receive orders, process payment, respond appropriately to customer issues • Preparation of products as ordered by customers following the HAVE IT YOUR WAY® service philosophy • Uncompromising standards in maintaining a clean and safe work environment, maintaining clean bathrooms, building exterior, parking lot, dumpster and sidewalk, including removal of trash within containers to proper dumpster site(s) • Unloading and stocking required • Ability to operate cash register or point of sale (pos) terminal, as needed Minimum Qualifications: Must be at least sixteen (16) years of age Note that the responsibilities and qualifications listed above are for positions at restaurants owned or operated by Burger King Corporation. Job descriptions, compensation, benefits and other employment terms and conditions applicable to positions at independent franchised BURGER KING® Restaurants will vary and are determined solely by the Franchisee.
  27. BURGER KING® restaurants may be company-owned or franchised. If there is no link following a restaurant listing, you may submit a paper resume by mailing it to the address shown. http://www.bkcareers.com/jobsearch-in-restaurant- apply.aspx?pid=939357200&pname=Team+Member BURGER KING : 11509 - 4244 South 35th Avenue Phoenix, AZ, 85041-1301 (602) 268-9040 BURGER KING : 11743 - 2439 East Union Hills Phoenix, AZ, 85050-3146 (602) 971-9100 BURGER KING : 11906 - 620 East Carefree Highway Phoenix, AZ, 85085-0000 (623) 434-0661 BURGER KING : 12603 - 3400 Sky Harbour Boulevard, Unit # 65L.55 Phoenix, AZ, 85034-4403 (602) 275-1721
  28. BURGER KING : 12765 - 1 North 1st Street 108, Suite 108 Phoenix, AZ, 85004-2358 (602) 254-7088 BURGER KING : 13055 - Phoenix Int'l Airport, E 3800 Sky Harbor, Terminal 4, Unit # 65L.42 Phoenix, AZ, 85034 (602) 275-1721 BURGER KING : 14469 - 11025 North Tatum Blvd. Phoenix, AZ, 85028-3010 (602) 923-8844 BURGER KING : 14737 - 709 East Broadway R. Phoenix, AZ, 85040-2205 (602) 276-4776 BURGER KING : 15219 - 7545 W. Lower Buckeye Rd. Phoenix, AZ, 85043-3450 (623) 724-9829 BURGER KING : 16208 - 350 North 67th Ave Phoenix, AZ, 85043-3436 (623) 742-9900 BURGER KING : 16209 - 1970 W. Baseline Rd Phoenix, AZ, 85041-6505 (602) 305-9373 BURGER KING : 1638 - 2755 W. Peoria Avenue Phoenix, AZ, 85029-5215 (602) 943-5905 BURGER KING : 17383 - 2207 W Happy Valley Rd Phoenix, AZ, 85085-2849 (623) 587-9083 BURGER KING : 2051 - 1545 East Buckeye Phoenix, AZ, 85034-4108 (602) 258-6916 BURGER KING : 2302 - 12002 North 32nd Street Phoenix, AZ, 85028-1219 (602) 971-9578 BURGER KING : 3078 - 3549 West Bell Road Phoenix, AZ, 85053-2965 (602) 978-2845 BURGER KING: 3109 - 2530 No. Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ, 85004-1335 (602) 252-6607 BURGER KING : 3706 - 7025 North 7th Street Phoenix, AZ, 85020-5301 (602) 870-5464 BURGER KING : 4032 - 2318 West Northern Avenue Phoenix, AZ, 85021-4935 (602) 864-0167
  29. BURGER KING : 4081 - 5102 West McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ, 85035-3862 (602) 278-6969 BURGER KING : 4105 - 1611 East Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ, 85016-7601 (602) 265-2303 BURGER KING : 4667 - 13635 North 35th Avenue Phoenix, AZ, 85029-1267 (602) 863-1329 BURGER KING : 4676 - 4025 East Bell Road Phoenix, AZ, 85032-2241 (602) 992-8799 BURGER KING : 4747 - 2640 W. Bethany Home Road Phoenix, AZ, 85017-2104 (602) 242-3122 BURGER KING : 5160 - 3521 West Van Buren Phoenix, AZ, 85009-4106 (602) 484-7707 BURGER KING : 5241 - 4002 East Broadway Phoenix, AZ, 85040-8802 (602) 437-1275 BURGER KING : 5749 - 4302 West Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ, 85031-2936 (623) 247-1486 BURGER KING : 7024 - 3800 Sky Harbor Boulevard, Terminal 4 -Sky Harbor Airport Phoenix, AZ, 85034 (602) 273-1377 BURGER KING : 7043 - 4805 E. Warner Road Phoenix, AZ, 85044-3355 (480) 893-9444 BURGER KING : 8344 - 17015 North 7th Street Phoenix, AZ, 85022-2404 (602) 867-4748 BURGER KING : 8787 - 3945 East Chandler Boulevard Phoenix, AZ, 85048-7335 (480) 706-1387 BURGER KING : 9258 - 3164 East McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ, 85008-3742 (602) 244-1438 BURGER KING : 9465 - 1610 N. 83rd Avenue Phoenix, AZ, 85035-4301 (602) 907-0340
  30. Crew Member Job in Phoenix, AZ Discover what's right for you. At Wendy's, you'll find a fast-paced, high-energy environment where everyone on the team works together, and also knows how to have fun! As a Crew Member at Wendy's, you'll enjoy: • Competitive pay and generous benefits, including employee meal discounts • Flexible full-time or part-time work schedule that makes sense for you • One-on-one, self-paced training, and promotion from within • Opportunity to gain experience in all aspects of restaurant operations, from customer service to food prep, cash handling and opening/closing duties • Defined career paths for those who are interested in a career at Wendy's If you're interested in a position that rewards your commitment, then Wendy's is right for you. We encourage you to complete our application process and look forward to discussing your place on the Wendy's team. The responsibilities and qualifications described above are for positions at Wendy's International, Inc. company-owned and operated restaurants. A large percentage of Wendy's restaurants are independently owned and operated franchised Wendy's restaurants. Job descriptions, compensation, benefits and other employment terms and conditions applicable to positions at independent franchised Wendy's Restaurants will vary and are determined solely by the Franchisee. Qualifications Our candidate has a strong customer focus, initiative, and a can-do attitude. We're looking for real team players who can take and receive direction well and accomplish many tasks during one of our action-packed shifts. Whether you're wearing a headset and manning the drive-thru, greeting customers and running the register, preparing menu items, loading stock or keeping the restaurant clean and inviting, your accuracy and attention to detail are qualities that will make you a star player on the Wendy's team.
  31. Wendy's is an equal employment opportunity employer who may provide reasonable accommodation to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. THE FOLLOWING ARE EXAMPLES OF SOME, BUT NOT ALL, OF THE ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS OF A CREW MEMBER POSITION AT WENDY'S: Physical Elements Ability to stand for long periods Frequent bending, kneeling, lifting (25 - 50 pounds) Equipment Use Ability to use Headset to take customer orders or to take or give direction Ability to use general restaurant equipment (e.g. warmer, fryer, slicer, grill, etc.) Performance Elements Ability to come to work promptly and regularly Ability to take direction and work well with others Ability to accomplish multiple tasks within established timeframes Ability to concentrate and perform duties accurately Ability to learn and apply policies and procedures Ability to react to change productively and handle other tasks assigned Ability to complete all applicable training programs Working Conditions Ability to work in a fast-paced environment that may involve exposure to noise, heat, cold or other elements http://jobs.wendys.com/s/ZipCode-Search-Results/Xzp-cl289476-jf40-ZIP85008- DS10 Crew Member * 24th & McDowell, Phoenix AZ Job 2346 E MCDOWELL Crew Member * 3rd & Indian School, Phoenix AZ Job 301 E INDIAN SCHOOL RD Crew Member * Apache & Rural, Tempe AZ Job 1314 South Rural Rd. Crew Member * Baseline, Tempe AZ Job 1405 W. Baseline Road Crew Member * Camelback, Phoenix AZ Job 2024 CAMELBACK ROAD Crew Member * North Country Club, Mesa, AZ Job 1205 N COUNTRY CLUB RD Crew Member * Southern, Tempe Job 2704 W SOUTHERN AVENUE Crew Member *90th Street & Via Linda, Scottsdale Job 9380 N 90th St. Crew Member *Bethany Home, Phoenix AZ Job 3330 W. Bethany Home Rd. Crew Member *Broadway, Tempe, AZ Job 790 W BROADWAY LANE USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…WENDY’S…
  32. Crew Member at Wendy's - Accepted Offer–Jun 14, 2013 Interview Details –I filled out an application online and called the Wendy's location I wanted to work at the next day. The hiring manager was able to get me an interview on the same day and the interview was fairly simple and only 10 minutes long. After the interview the manager told me to give him a call on Monday to get some info about the job and to schedule a second interview. On Monday I called, but the manager told me to call back in a couple of days so he could finish setting up. I called two days later, and he told me that he could schedule me for orientation by Saturday if I submit my application again for a background check because mine had expired on the website. I called on Friday and am now waiting to see how long it takes to actually get me started. All in all, the hiring process for this job was dragged out, but it simple. Interview Question –What makes you a good candidate for a job at Wendy's? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member at Wendy's - Accepted Offer–Jun 15, 2013 Interview Details –Applied online and got called for an interview a few days later. I met with the manager and he was a very nice guy. The interview questions revolved around what you put in your application with things such as work experience or volunteer work. I got hired on the spot and will be going to orientation. Really looking forward to working here. Interview Question –"Why do you want to work here?" ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member at Wendy's - Accepted Offer – May 17, 2013 Interview Details –The Wendy’s I applied to was a franchise restaurant meaning it was not corporate owned. I actually found out they were hiring from craigslist. The interview was pretty basic and more than likely you will be hired just for showing up. He asked questions like what I would do if a customer is angry. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member at Wendy's - Accepted Offer – May 16, 2013 Interview Details –Applied online through their website. A week later I got a call from the manager asking me to come in for an interview. The interview was very simple. They asked if I worked well with others. My customer service experience as well as my previous work experience. Interview Question –Describe a time when you worked with a team to overcome a difficult problem. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member at Wendy's - Accepted Offer – Mar 4, 2013 Interview Details –I turned in my application had an interview right on the spot with a manager. The guy liked me so he sent me to interview with the general manager a few days later. She liked me and hired me on the spot. Started working about a week later because I had gotten into a car accident right after she offered me the job. Negotiation Details –No negotiation. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member at Wendy's - Accepted Offer – Feb 24, 2013 Interview Details –I had connections with the manager, so after she heard I was looking for a job, I immediately received an interview. As a result the interview process was pretty much to the point. I was just asked about availability and if I had any previous experience. I was hired right then and there and ended up starting like 2 days later. Interview Question –There wasn't any -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  33. Crew Member at Wendy's - Accepted Offer – Feb 5, 2013 Interview Details –I applied online and less than an hour later got an email to come in for an on-site interview a few days later. The manager asked me to tell her a little bit about myself, and what I like to do. She told me a little bit about the company and what hours I would like to work. She then told me to come in a few days later for the orientation. Interview Question –None ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cashier at Wendy's - Accepted Offer –Oct 12, 2012 Interview Details –I called a couple times after sending in my application. I received a call, set up a time to meet at Wendy’s with the general manager. She seemed nice, asked basic questions about what type of work I was looking for, employment history. Then she kind of just talked about her mother and random stuff. She said something about coming in a couple days; we stood up and went to the front counter. She went into her office and returned with two shirts for me and I started a couple days after. Interview Question –I don’t think I was asked anything shocking. Maybe why should they hire me? I have the typical hard worker, excellent customer service, loves fast paced answer ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member at Wendy's - Accepted Offer – Aug 10, 2012 Interview Details –There was only one interview, though from what I later gathered there could be two if the initial interview left the decision on the fence, so to speak. It was a fairly simple process to get hired. Step one would be to apply, and then get called in for an interview. The actual interview questions seemed to be geared towards gauging how well one can interact with other people, for obvious reasons. Otherwise there was nothing really remarkable. Interview Question –They asked me a question about my previous work experience, which I put down on my application. It was simply unexpected. It reassured me that they actually put some thought into the interview process besides asking a few questions off of a form. Speaking personally, it immediately set a higher standard for Wendy's than other fast food companies as it hadn't been something I encountered in the past. Negotiation Details –They understand that most people applying for an entry level job just need something to get by, and are EXTREMELY flexible with helping you balance your work life with whatever else you have going on. I had school and needed a part time job to pay for rent, and it was no issue rearranging my schedule as my classes changed over time. That being said, the number of hours you get versus what you request entirely depends on your job performance, though that goes without saying I suppose. I was able to balance a work schedule of 30 to 40 hours a week along with school and a healthy social life thanks to the help and flexibility of the management. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member at Wendy's - Accepted Offer - Jul 19, 2012 Interview Details –My interview request was through email so I came in at the requested time wearing black skinny jeans and a nice button-up shirt. Nothing too fancy, just business casual. The manager interviewing me didn't even know there was an interview and was pretty rude to me and made me feel like a complete idiot. I was hired on the spot anyway. Know what you're getting into- Wendy's is really disorganized when it comes to interviews, scheduling, and giving out paychecks. I'm currently looking for another job. Interview Question –Wasn't asked any questions. Just about previous work experience and availability
  34. There are so many ways to grow your career with Peter Piper Pizza, especially since we promote from within. In fact, over 70% of our Salaried Managers were promoted from within! PETER PIPER PIZZA HOURLY RESTAURANT TEAM MEMBER APPLICATION HERE: http://www.peterpiperjobs.com/Application.aspx?jobid=1033 NOTE: Have you ever been convicted of a felony that has not been sealed, expunged, or statutorilyeradicated? (Conviction will not necessarily disqualify an applicant from employment) You’ll have fun in a fast-paced, high energy environment, where everyone on the team works hard and works together to ensure that Every Guest Leaves Happy. You will learn all aspects of Restaurant Operations, from guest service to food preparation and cash handling! There are so many ways to grow your career with Peter Piper Pizza, especially since we promote from within. In fact, over 70% of our Salaried Managers were promoted from within!
  35. HOURLY POSITIONS INCLUDE: Front of House Back of House Birthday Host/Hostess Cashier Dough Rollout Game Room Attendant Make Table/Prep Hourly Shift Manager http://www.peterpipercareers.com/job-search- new.html http://www.peterpipercareers.com/job-search-new.html Job Title Department Location Hourly Restaurant Team Member Hourly Restaurant Operations Phoenix – 245 E. Bell Rd, #55 Hourly Restaurant Team Member Hourly Restaurant Operations Phoenix – 4024 N. 67th Ave - Indian School Hourly Restaurant Team Member Hourly Restaurant Operations Phoenix – 3403 N. 7th Ave - Osborn Hourly Restaurant Team Member Hourly Restaurant Operations Phoenix – 2611 W. Carefree Hwy Hourly Restaurant Team Member Hourly Restaurant Operations Phoenix – 4105 N. 51st Ave, Suite 111 - Maryvale Hourly Restaurant Team Member Hourly Restaurant Operations Phoenix – 9620 N. Metro Pkwy West, Suite 130 Hourly Restaurant Team Member Hourly Restaurant Operations Phoenix – 3945 E. Thomas Rd - Tower Plaza Technical Manager Management Restaurant Operations Phoenix – 3945 E. Thomas Rd - Tower Plaza ----------------------------------------------------------
  36. http://www.dominosbiz.com/Biz-Public-EN/Site+Content/Secondary/Careers/ Supply Chain Center Locations 5216 W. Mohave Phoenix, AZ 85043 Phone: 602-233-3030 Fax: 602-272-8763 http://www.dominosbiz.com/Biz-Public- EN/Site+Content/Secondary/Careers/Distribution/Locations-DC.html
  37. Warehouse Team Member - Supply Chain Center - Arizona (Job #: D-WRHSE-AZ) • One - two years previous experience in warehouse, manufacturing or production environment • High School Diploma or GED • Basic computer skills for order processing and inventory maintenance • Company certification to operate warehouse equipment such as forklift or pallet jack • Ability to stand, climb and walk on a continual basis throughout shift. Ability to lift from floor to above the head, 50 lbs. frequently, and 75 lbs. occasionally, throughout work shift • Must be available to work during a shift which may be scheduled anytime during a 24 hour day, over any 7 day period • Ability to work in warehouse environment with constant exposure to loud machinery • Ability to work in extreme temperatures, both indoor and outdoor ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Production Team Member - Supply Chain Center - Arizona (Job Number: D-PROD-AZ) • High school diploma or GED • One year of production or manufacturing experience • Ability to stand, climb and walk on a continual basis throughout shift. Ability to lift from floor to above the head, to carry materials weighing up to 50 lbs. frequently, and 75 lbs. occasionally, throughout work shift • Ability to read/interpret production process materials, dough thermometer, gauges and record data • Must be available to work during a shift which may be scheduled anytime during a 24 hour day, over any 7 day period • Ability to work in production environment with constant exposure to loud machinery • Ability to work in extreme temperatures, both indoors and outdoors ------------------------------------------ Maintenance Technician - Arizona Supply Chain Center (Job Number: D-MAINT-AZ) • HS Diploma, and/or Technical School Training two years, and/or 3 to 4 years related experience, and/or licensed journeyman of a skilled trade. • Basic level computer skills for word processing and spreadsheets • Read and interpret blueprints, mechanical and electrical schematic diagrams • Effectively present information to peers, upper management and team members in oral and written form • Define problems and draw conclusions • Interpret technical instructions and diagram -------------------------------------------- Maintenance Team Member - Arizona Supply Chain Center (Job # D-MAINT-TM-AZ) • High School Diploma, GED and/or Technical School Training • 3-4 years related experience, and/or licensed journeyman of a skilled trade • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, mechanical and electrical schematic diagrams; interpret technical instruction and diagrams • Ability to work with minimal supervision • Must be able to work during a shift which may be scheduled anytime during a 24 hour day, over any 7 day period • Ability to work in production/warehouse environment with constant exposure to loud machinery • Ability to work in extreme temperatures, both indoors and outdoors
  38. • Ability to stand, climb and walk on a continual basis throughout shift • Ability to lift from floor to above the head, to carry materials weighing up to 50 lbs. frequently, and 75 lbs. occasionally -------------------------------------------- Customer Service Representative - Supply Chain Center - Arizona (Job #: O-CSR-AZ) • High School diploma or GED • 2-3 years of Customer Service experience • Excellent communication and organizational skills • Ability to handle multiple tasks • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office software ------------------------------------------------ Restaurant Team Member This position ensures our customers receive a high quality experience – from making our products to providing great customer service. Responsibilities also include taking orders over the phone and in person, packaging our products for delivery and assisting co- workers wherever needed. You must be able to work long hours, which will include nights and weekends. Some restaurant or cash management experience preferred. SCREENING REQUIREMENTS: We reserve the right to conduct background checks when appropriate. - If they think they need too. GET IT? BENEFITS: Medical Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental Insurance, Paid Vacation, 401KPlan CURRENTOPENINGS: Restaurant Team Member (16th & Glendale) 7040 N 16th St - Part-time Restaurant Team Member (19th & Northern) 1810 W Northern Ave -Part-time Restaurant Team Member (35th & Northern) 3449 W Northern Ave -Part-time Restaurant Team Member (3rd & Thomas) 231 W Thomas Rd -Part-time Restaurant Team Member (40th & Thunderbird) 4030 E Thunderbird Rd -PT Restaurant Team Member (44th & Thomas) 4501 E Thomas Rd -Part-time Restaurant Team Member (48th & Broadway) 4645 Broadway Rd -Part-time Restaurant Team Member (59th & McDowell) 5930 W McDowell Rd -Part-time Restaurant Team Member (59th & Olive) 9189 N 59th Ave -Part-time Restaurant Team Member (7th & Bell) 707 E Bell Rd -Part-time Restaurant Team Member (83rd & Camelback) 4850 N 83rd Ave -Part-time
  39. Restaurant Team Member (83rd & Union Hills) 8251 W Union Hills -Part-time Restaurant Team Member (Cooper & Warner) 785 W Warner Rd -Part-time Restaurant Team Member (Elliot & Val Vista) 70 S Val Vista Dr -Part-time Restaurant Team Member (University Dr - ASU) 843 W University -Part-time APPLYONLINE:https://career.papajohns.com/joblist.html ================================================================ USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…PAPA JOHN’S Interview Details –I saw the add hanging on the front glass door, went in, applied, waited for the phone call and on the next they the local manager called me scheduling a time for an interview. After the twenty minutes interview, I as hired and started work on the same night. Interview Question –Everything was really easy. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Interview Details – Applied online and was called about 1 month later for an interview. I was asked to tell about my work history and why I applied to this job… --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Interview Details –After submitting my application, I walked-in with my resume. I was hired on the spot (BEST SOLUTION) --------------------------------------------------------------------- SEE THE DIFFERENCE???? APPLY ONLINE (ONLY) & IT TOOK A MONTH TO GET CALLED…WALKED IN AND WAS WORKING 20 MINUTES LATER…You got a month??? ======================================================== Panda Express is looking to hire Crew Members, and Kitchen Team Members. At Panda, we all share a common mission: 'Deliver exceptional Asian dining experiences by building an organization where people are inspired to better their lives.' We invest in our people because great people run great operations that will exceed our guests' expectations. Talk to any
  40. of our associates and you will experience a culture dedicated to its mission and our five fundamental values - Proactive, Respect/Win-Win, Growth, Great Operations, and Giving. http://www.jobsonthemenu.com/en-us/job/united-states/crew-members-and- kitchen-team-members/JB72DK6YSCFXR7WRG09/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ INSIDE TIPSTER TIP#1: THERE IS MORE TO GETTING A JOB HERE THAN SHOWING UP! THIS IS A CHANGING JOB MARKET AND THE OLD WAYS OF GETTING A JOB…DON’T WORK ANYMORE!!! AS THE OLD MAN USED TO SAY: “YA CAN’T RIDE A DEAD HORSE INTO TOWN…” IF YOU WANT A JOB…YOU NEED TO CHANGE WITH THE TIMES. • YOU MUST TAKE THE TIME TO STUDY THE PANDA STORY… • YOU NEED TO KNOW WHO THESE PEOPLE ARE! • YOU NEED TO KNOW THE MENUS! • YOU NEED TO KNOW THEIR PHILOSOPHY(S). • IF YOU ARE NOT WILLING TO INVEST 10-15 MINUTES TO LEARN ALL THAT YOU CAN BEFORE YOU GO…DON’T GO! SERIOUSLY! DON’T GO…BECAUSE THE PERSON WHO DID THE RESEARCH WILL BEAT YOU EVERY TIME…BECAUSE THEY REALLY WANTED THE JOB BUT YOU DIDN’T!!! http://www.pandaexpress.com/company/#!/story ==================================
  41. USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…PANDA… TEAM MEMBER AT PANDA EXPRESS - Accepted Offer – Jun 7, 2013 Interview Details –This was my first interview ever, I was fresh out of high school (June 2010). My friend had told me that she works at Panda Express, and that I should apply. So I applied in person and talked to the assistant manager for a bit. Later on I got a call asking if I could come in the next day for an interview. Of course, I said yes. It wasn't a hard interview at all. She asked me typical questions like • "Tell me about yourself" • "Why do you want to work here?" And there wasn't much I could say about my experience because I didn't have any. At the end of the interview, she asked me what my availability was. I had full availability. She asked me when I could start, and I said "Does that mean I got the job?" And she said "Yup." I started training that weekend. It was a nice experience and a great place to work, especially as a starter job. Interview Question –None were difficult ---------------------------------------------------------------------- SERVICE AND KITCHEN TEAM AT PANDA EXPRESS - Interviewed Mar 29 Interview Details –I found their ad online that they were hiring for a Service and Kitchen Team. I thought it would be to serve food on the counter at first but it turned out to be something else. So after 4 days I got a called that they were interested in having an interview with me. I went the next day for the interview and got there 15 minutes earlier, I told the cashier I was there for an interview and she offered me a cup to get a drink. It seemed that the General Manager was training a new employee so it took a while for her to get to me. After 40 minutes she came and brought the copies of my resume, she asked me if I had another job and why I was interested for working at Panda Express. She told me about the position as well and specified to me what it was about, she told me said I will be working in the front and back of the house, cooking, cutting vegetables, dishwashing, with 25 hours weekly.
  42. Then she asked if I was interested in the job and I agreed, she informed me that I had to bring black dressing pants, black socks, and black slip resistant shoes and a black belt. They provide the rest of the uniform and the starting salary is 9.25 an hour. Overall the interview was great and I have to say this restaurant is a pretty busy environment, no matter what position you apply for, you will have to work quickly and hard. The lunch and dinner rushes are the busiest times but once you get practice, things will feel smoother. Interview Question –Honestly there wasn't any difficult of unexpected questions, I was asked popular questions that most hiring managers ask you. For example, • WHY I WANTED TO WORK THERE? • WHY DO I LIKE ABOUT PANDA EXPRESS? • DO YOU HAVE ANY RESTAURANT EXPERIENCE? • WHAT I EXPECTED FROM THE COMPANY? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SERVER AT PANDA EXPRESS - ACCEPTED OFFER – MAR 4, 2013 Interview Details –Applied in stores for the position. Got a call from the manager to come in and interview. What they are looking for is a person who follows their company mission, so Google all that beforehand. • Why you are interested in working with the company? And # 1 trait they look for is a proactive person! This is what they love the most and look for in giving promotions. Other Details - I applied in-person and the process took 2 weeks ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- COUNTER HELP AT PANDA EXPRESS - ACCEPTED OFFER –AUG 23, Interview Details – Applied online and within couple days later got called in for an interview. On that day there were a lot of other peoples getting interview also because it was an open interview but the ones that got schedule were first. I waited for almost an hour to finally get my interview. The manger was a nice lady. We sat on one of the table. She was happy that I brought my resume with me. She went over my interview and ask basic questions like • WHY PANDAS EXPRESS? • WHY SHOULD I HIRE YOU? • WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF IN 5 YEARS? • Also ask me questions like name a time when...
  43. After the interview she said most of us will be getting calls. A couple days later I got called in for a second interview. This time was with the lead. She was a nice lady also, sat at the same spot. She looked over my resume and was impressed that I had restaurant experience. She asked kind of the same questions as the manager had but this time she asked questions through a paper. • WHAT WAS MY BIGGEST ACCOMPLISHMENT AND WHAT DID I DO TO ACHIEVE? She also asked if she ask me to go around and talk to everyone would I do it I told her yes and does she want me to do it now. She laughed and said no it was just a question but she liked that I was confident. Pretty much it. I was scared I wasn't going to get hired but a week later manager called me and hired me. Interview Question – • What was your biggest accomplishment? ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://bostonmarketjobs.com/ LOCAL STORES 918 - Scottsdale - AZ - 2712 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 - 3.62 miles / 5.83 km 525 - Phoenix - AZ - 5101 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85012 - 5.93 miles / 9.55 km 426 - Tempe - AZ - 3435 S. McClintock Dr., Tempe, AZ 85282 - 6.79 miles / 10.93 km 272 - Phoenix - AZ - 8001 N. 19th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85021 - 8.9 miles / 14.33 km
  44. 301 - Tempe - AZ - 1804 E. Elliot Rd., Tempe, AZ 85283 - 9.09 miles / 14.64 km 284 - Phoenix - AZ - 4716 E. Ray Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85044 - 9.98 miles / 16.08 km ===================================================== USED JOB SHACK INSIDER….BOSTON MARKET CASHIER AT BOSTON MARKET ACCEPTED OFFER Interview Details –Was good lots of question that all are related and deal with work place the building and work crew was clean and friendly Interview Question –How would you treat your employees as a manager? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CASHIER AT BOSTON MARKET ACCEPTED OFFER– REVIEWED AUG 8, 2012 Interview Details –2 interviews, 1st with an employee 2nd with general manager. Only asked 10 questions at most. All simple like what would you do if a customer was not satisfied, what would you do if your friends came in, etc? Interview Question –Tell me a little about yourself ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ “EXCELLENT WORK ENVIRONMENT” FORMER CARVER Pros – Management provides its employees with a flexible work schedule which is great for someone who's juggling both work and school at the same time. The team I worked with was great and management was helpful with training and any concerns I had during my tenure there. Cons – I had no negative experiences working at Boston Market and would suggest a job with them to anyone. ============================================================== Immediate Interviews Now Available with Rainforest Cafe Arizona Mills in Tempe! EXPERIENCED LINE COOKS, SERVERS, HOSTS & BUSSERS Applicants must have previous experience. Weekends and holidays are required. Must be available for one week of training. We offer competitive pay, excellent health and dental benefits, paid vacation and super employee discounts!
  45. Don't miss these great opportunities! Immediate Interviews Now Available! Apply in person daily: Rainforest Cafe 5000 South Arizona Mills Circle #573, Tempe, AZ 85282 CHECK OUT BOTH MENUS: http://www.rainforestcafe.com/menu.asp WANT TO MAX THIS INTERVIEW? When asked what you would recommend to a new customer…mix and match from both the adult and the kid’s menus… REMEMBER THE MOST CRITICAL FACTOR ON GETTING HIRED OR NOT ISN’T EXPERIENCE BUT AVAILABILITY! ===================================== NEW OPENING IN TEMPE - HIRING FOR OUR TEMPE LOCATION BEGINS MAY 29TH Portillo's is now hiring ALL restaurant positions including full and part time. Positions include Cashiers, Sandwich Makers, Dining Room Attendants, Prep Cooks, Cooks and order takers. Positions pay $8 - $12 per hour!! Apply in person at our hiring trailer located on site at the NE corner of Rio Salado & McClintock Dr in Tempe, AZ (TEMPE MARKETPLACE)
  46. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO WATCH THIS VIDEOS BEFORE YOU GO!!! http://jobs.portillos.com/opportunities-crew http://jobs.portillos.com/home Guest Service positions include Cashiers, Order takers, Customer Service Representatives and Expeditors who work directly with guests. A friendly personality, strong communication skills and a desire to exceed our guest’s expectations are required. Production positions include Cooks, Sandwich Makers and Prep employees who prepare the food to the highest quality standards that the company has set forth. Our employees must be able to read and follow recipes and maintain quality in a fast paced environment. Support positions include Bussers and Dishwashers who maintain a clean environment and uphold sanitation requirements. ========================================================= We are hiring at all 3 locations! Camelback, McDowell and Cityscape. We also have 2 more locations coming this summer!! Come join us today!! 20th & Camelback Phoenix, Arizona 85016 14 OPENINGS 4 Associates - Full Time or Part Time A Potbelly Associate’s job is to make our customers really happy. Since they are the primary point of customer contact, it is up to them to provide our customers an excellent experience by providing fast, friendly and efficient service and by delivering a quality and consistent product every time, in a clean and inviting environment. Must be at least 16 years of age. http://www.potbelly.com/Company/CareerOpportunities.aspx NEED TO SEE THIS VIDEO BEFORE YOU APPLY: http://www.potbelly.com/Company/OurStory.aspx?subPage=careers&subSubPage=experience http://www.potbelly.com/Company/CareerOpportunities.aspx
  47. 4 MUSICIAN - FULL TIME OR PART TIME Music has been an important part of the Potbelly experience since we first opened in 1977, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Our musicians' positive energy and great song selection make our customers really happy. We love popular tunes of the 70s, 80s, and 90s and today performed with an upbeat vibe and a great voice to match. We’re looking for enthusiastic contract musicians who can make their neighborhood Potbelly Sandwich Shop the best place for lunch. If you think you’ve got what it takes to make music that makes people really happy, we’d love to hear from you! Please apply to be considered for an audition. Qualifications / Requirements: •Ability and willingness to play popular songs from the 70's, 80's, 90's and today. •Great singing and instrument playing ability. • We require that you know at least 20 songs. ============================================================================== CITYSCAPE - PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85004 - 7TH AND MCDOWELL, PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85003 http://www.potbelly.com/Company/CareerOpportunities.aspx =================================================================== WHO IS BRYANT KEIL? HOW MANY STORES DO THEY HAVE? WHAT DOES AN ANTIQUE STORE HAVE TO DO WITH THEIR BUSINESS? MOST IMPORTANTLY, YOU MUST BE ABLE TO ANSWER THIS QUESTION CORRECTLY: “What are Potbelly’s Behaviors and Values?” “…Potbelly’s Behaviors and Values– Integrity, Food Loving, Teamwork, Accountability, Positive Energy, Coaching, Delivering Results through Execution, Building and Inspiring Teams, and Creating Potbelly “Fans”-- through all interactions…” ===========================================================================
  48. At Paradise Bakery & Café, exceptional people are our main ingredient. For over 30 years we have maintained our Culture of Excellence by making people our top priority. We know when we combine amazing people, excellent food and great ambience; we've got a recipe for success. Come join our team and find out why we're called Paradise! We Strive To: Make it fun Put on a show. Do the right thing. Make it better every day. Create a passionate environment. REMEMBER THIS…. MUST WHAT THEIR VIDEO about their culture and take notes if you want to get hired! http://www.paradisebakery.com/join_culture.php LOCATED WITH YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD: “Our Culture of Excellence” THIS IS A TERM THAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IF YOU WANT TO GET HIRED HERE! http://www.paradisebakery.com/join_culture.php – MAKE SURE YOU WATCH THE VIDEO!!! IT IS ON THE TEST (INTERVIEW) Sky Harbor Airport - Terminal 4 3800 Sky Harbor Blvd., Ste 4348 Phoenix, AZ Collier Center 3 S. 2nd Street, Suite 205 Phoenix, AZ 85004 Biltmore Fashion Park 2502 E. Camelback Road #119 Phoenix, AZ 85016 Sky Harbor Airport - Terminal 2 3200 Sky Harbor Blvd. Suite F2 Phoenix, AZ 85034 Sky Harbor Airport - Terminal 3 3400 E. Sky Harbor Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85034
  49. Sky Harbor Airport - Terminal 4 South 3800 E. Sky Harbor Blvd. Suite F51 (by gates C11-C20) Phoenix, AZ 85034 http://www.paradisebakery.com/giant-cookie.php We are now hiring for all positions, including: Experienced Sandwich Makers Experienced Prep Associates Experienced cashiers Experienced Salad Makers Experienced Bakers Paradise Bakery & Cafe now operates over 60 company-owned or franchised locations in 9 states. Our cafes are in free standing street locations, regional shopping malls both in food court and in-line locations, downtown office building locations, and airports. http://www.paradisebakery.com/join_team.php WE ARE NOW HIRING FOR ALL POSITIONS, INCLUDING: Experienced Sandwich Makers - Experienced Prep Associates - Experienced cashiers - Experienced Salad Makers - Experienced Bakers http://www.paradisebakery.com/join_team.php STUDY THEIR MENU: http://www.paradisebakery.com/menu_mall.php WHAT IS THE BIG COOKIE? http://www.paradisebakery.com/giant-cookie.php This is a company where you need to know a lot about the company to get hired…Get Educated…Get the job! =========================================================
  50. THIS IS NOT A "SUMMER JOB". CURRENTLY SEEKING SERVICE MINDED STAFF WITH STRONG RETAIL AND/OR SERVICE BACKGROUNDS WHO ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT FOOD, PASTRIES AND FUN, FOR OUR CONCEPT LGO GROCERY IN THE BILTMORE/ARCADIA AREA. This location focuses on providing amazing food and service, as well as being a retail destination that focuses on gifts, wine and baked goods. BETTER KNOW WHO THEY ARE. BETTER KNOW WHAT THEY DO. IF YOU REALLY WANT TO GET THIS JOB! http://www.lagrandeorangegrocery.com/the-grocery While you are there, check out the menu: http://www.lagrandeorangegrocery.com/menu Apply to this position in person ANY DAY between 2-4 PM at LGO Grocery (4410 N. 40th Street) with your resume. Be prepared to interview with one of our managers. We will only consider career minded candidates who have prior experience in sales and/or service and who understand how to intuit a guests needs. 4410 N. 40th St. Phoenix, AZ 85018
  51. Our Success comes from adding the right "ingredients," which are amazing people who foster an environment of collaboration and fun. (We stress the fun!) Come and see why people all over the world are drawn to The Cheesecake Factory. Did You Know? •Our sales have more than tripled from $540 million to approx. $1.8 billion over the last ten years. •We have more than 33,000 staff members and over 170 restaurant locations nationwide. •We are expanding globally with plans for 22 restaurants to open in the Middle East under a licensing agreement. More to come! YOU KNOW! WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: http://ww3.cakecareers.com/cheesecakecc/ THIS IS A VIRTUAL WALK THROUGH BY STATION…STUDY THIS CLOSELY…TAKE NOTES! http://www.thecheesecakefactory.com/restaurant/restaur ant#restaurant SEE THE NEW MENUS HERE…BIG NEWS! http://www.thecheesecakefactory.com/chefsCornerLandi ng/chefscornerLanding REMEMBER…THIS IS ALL IMPORTANT STUFF! KNOWING THIS STUFF MEANS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN “YOU ARE HIRED!” AND “THANK YOU BUT, WE WILL LET ”WHO IS BOB OKURA? To try a home-style version of one of Chef Bob's most popular Sunday Brunch recipes: http://www.thecheesecakefactory.com/chefscorner/recipes/french_toast_napoleon
  52. Scheduling: We offer flexible schedules around your needs. The more open your availability is, the more hours we can give you! We are open year round and most holidays, so you will be needed weekends, Sunday brunches, holidays and/or other peak periods. Training: If you’re familiar with The Cheesecake Factory, you know about our extensive menu and service standards – and as a staff member, you will be trained and quizzed along the way! If you’re in a tipped position, it may take a couple of weeks before you earn you own station on the floor. But it will be worth it as you will be able to provide exceptional service to our guests. Pay Periods: Our pay periods are based on a two-week cycle. Certifications, Licenses and Permits: If the position you are applying for requires a certification, license or permit, we will need you to have one before you start working with us…AKA…Food handler’s card after hired but before you start training. Appearance and Grooming: We have very high grooming and appearance standards! If you’re in a guest-facing position, we don’t allow visible tattoos, nose, tongue or facial piercings, or extreme styles of jewelry, hair, makeup or clothing. In compliance with many jurisdictions (and for the health of others) many of our Cheesecake Factory restaurants are non-smokingenvironments. We hope that this information answers some of your questions and helps reinforce your enthusiasm about joining our team! A NEED TO WATCH VIDEO… YOU WILL BE ASKED IF YOU WATCHED THIS… THIS A MUST WATCH BEFORE YOU GO FOR AN INTERVIEW. SOME PEOPLE WHERE ASKED TO WATCH THESE AND THEN COME BACK. HERE YOU SEE WHERE KNOWLEDGE IS THE KEY TO GETTING THESE JOBS! careersLanding THE APPLICATION STARTS HERE: UNLESS YOUR UNCLE IS THE MANAGER…GET IT? http://www.thecheesecakef actory.com/careersLanding/ http://www.thecheesecakefactory.com/careers/careerOpportunities/restaurantHourly/r estaurantHourlyCareers Online Application is not Mobile Device Compatible
  53. FOR MORE OPENINGS CHECK OUT http://www.thecheesecakefactory.com/careers/careerOpportunities/restaurantHourly/restaurant HourlyCareers Online Application is not Mobile Device Compatible Scottsdale - 15230 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 11.57 miles / 18.64 km Chandler - 3111 West Chandler Boulevard, #2100, Chandler, AZ 85226 12.34 miles / 19.87 km Mesa - Superstition Springs Center – 6613 East Southern Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85206 17.85 miles / 28.74 km Peoria - 16134 North 83rd Avenue, Peoria, AZ 85382 18.47 miles / 29.74 km -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- USED JOB SHACK TIPSTER #1 Now you know who this company is. You know where they post their jobs. You also know what skills are needed for each opening. So far, 100%! The next step is where 8 out of 10 of you will fail and your application will be deleted. This is the application process. WHY WILL ONLY 2 OF 10 GET CALLED FOR AN INTERVIEW? WAS IT THAT ONLY 2 HAD THE EXPERIENCE NEEDED? • Yes and No. This is really simple to answer. All ten people tried very hard and did their best to fill out the application but, ONLY two used a “CHEAT SHEET.” WHAT CHEAT SHEET? • The cheat sheet was the job description from the employer. It contains all of the information needed to “ace” the application. It has the skill set laid out in detail (DOESN’T IT?). It has the key words and phrases needed (RIGHT?). Everything that you need to get this job is laid out for you. When the employer asks you to explain what you did for a living, only 2 out of 10 applicants will start with the employer’s cheat sheet and use it to create the perfect answer that will show the employer that they have the skills that the employer was looking for. In other words, they connected the dots between what they did and what the employer was looking for. AS THE OLD MAN USE TO SAY… “If I am a mechanic applying for a customer service job…the last thing I will talk about is repairing cars…I will talk instead about dealing with customers, researching, diagnosis of their problem(s), presenting this information to my clients, seeking their approval to resolve the situation (contract negotiation, contract bidding and “costing” the job)…securing the needed resources and materials to complete the project by means of researching available inventory(s) utilizing advanced inventory management, computer systems. If not available in inventory...the process requires additional and sundry collection of research techniques which would be inclusive of industry outreach and the potential of actually outsourcing the entire acquisition process to acquire the needed materials from an assortment of various vendors or contractors (which then adds an additional layer of contract negotiations) within the timelines of the contract. Oversee the actual project to completion while maintaining a continual dialog and open communication(s) with the clients to advise them on project updates and/or urgent situations that might require the urgent need to re-negotiation the terms of project involving costs and/or overruns…thus, further requiring the modification of the terms to the initial contract.
  54. Upon completion of the project, organize all vital project information, documentation(s) and present that to the client. This may include the utilization of approximate level of conflict resolution and marketing, public relations. Additional skills would center on the advanced usage of customized computer systems and software…” SEE THE DIFFERENCE: Here are the Requirements and Working Conditions: • 3 months’ work experience preferred. Preferred means just that. If you have professional experience talk about that…even if you did not do that as a primary duty. They didn’t ask you that! Unless they say professional experience…have you ever washed a dish, a pot or a pan in your life? Unless you grew up with maids and the likes, the correct answer is “I have been doing this all my life.” FOR VETERANS, REMEMBER KP? That actually is professional experience in a high volume, fast pace commercial kitchen. The correct answer is “I did that in the Army.” How long were in the Army? 2-3-4-10 years? That is the level of your experience. • Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment. Have you ever working in a fast pace, high volume setting? Did they ask if that was in a kitchen? Read the question carefully and answer it directly. • Ability to be on your feet and alert for extended periods of time. Did you ever stand up or walk around in your previous jobs? Thought so! • Ability to work effectively within a team. Ever work on a team? Thought so! Even when I am by myself, I am still part of a larger team. • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as needed. Can you? Have you ever had to move anything in your previous jobs? • Ability to work in elevated temperatures and a wet environment. Can you? Did you? Did you work outside in the heat or cold? Ever work in an office without air condition? You can now see that if you have lived a normal life, you qualify to be a dishwasher at the cheesecake Factory. You need to connect these dots. Do you expect the employer to see the connections? It is your job at this part of the process to do that. If you do, you get hired. If not, you will hear a lot of “Thanks very much…we will let you know.” ===========================================
  55. USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…CHEESECAKE FACTORY… Server at Cheesecake Factory Accepted Offer – Interviewed Apr 20, 2013 Interview Details –The whole process of getting the interview is a lot more difficult than the actual interview. Apply online by taking a personality and a basic I.Q. test after getting through your tests, you then get to fill out basic information about yourself. The online application as a whole can take up to two hours, so be prepared to spend some time on the application. If they're interested, a manager will more than likely contact you within three days and have you come in for an interview the next day. If you get called back to get an interview, just remember to dress really professionally! The Cheesecake Factory focuses on how professional employees look, so just put on your business attire and walk in with a smile -- they love smiles. If you do end up applying, good luck! (: Interview Question –They ask basic questions like: • Why do you want to work at the Cheesecake Factory? ( PLEASE DO NOT MENTION ANYTHING ABOUT MAKING A LOT OF MONEY, BECAUSE THAT WILL ALMOST GUARANTEE A NO-OFFER FROM THEM ) • How would you respond to an unhappy guest? • How would you deal with an angry coworker? • Do you see yourself as a responsible person? Negotiation Details –There really is no negotiating while accepting a server position. You will get paid minimum wage, but will definitely make a decent amount of tips. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hostess at Cheesecake Factory Accepted Offer–Apr 4, 2013 Interview Details –I had two different interviews. The first was about twenty minutes with a manager who then scheduled another interview with him and the GM. The next interview lasted about an hour. IT WAS MOSTLY BEHAVIORAL QUESTIONS SUCH AS • What does being a leader mean to you? • Describe a time when you went above and beyond for a guest. • Describe a time when you had to handle a conflict/disagreement in a group work setting. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  56. Food Server at Cheesecake Factory Accepted Offer – Interviewed Apr 1, 2013 Interview Details –The online application process seriously took longer than all of my interviews put together! Not even 24 hours after I filled out an application online, I got a call from a manager and she asked me to come in later that day. I was shocked! I had filled out applications to a bunch of other places months ago and had never heard back. When I got there I met up with the same woman who had called me, and her interview was literally only five minutes long! After that, she called over the general manager and he sat down and talked to me for maybe 15 minutes and then hired me on the spot! Both the manager and the general manager were very kind and seemed to really want to get to know me as a person before they made their employment offer. Interview Question –All of the questions were simple ones like: • Why do you want to work at this Cheesecake Factory? • Why did you have to leave your prior employer? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Line Cook at Cheesecake Factory Accepted Offer – Interviewed Feb 17, 2013 Interview Details – The interview process was very quick. It was during a mass hire. I filled my application and didn't know there was a current interview process so I figured I might as well wait. I waited about an hour and I was called to speak with the Executive Kitchen Manager, at the time I didn't know what his position was, and he asked me some questions like what I expected at the cheesecake factory and whether I wanted to do pizzas (previous experience). Eventually I got hired on the spot. Interview Questions • What type of dressings do you know? • What makes someone a great chef --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Server at Cheesecake Factory Accepted Offer – Interviewed Dec 1, 2012 Interview Details –3 interview process. First interview was a phone interview through which I had to convince the General Manager I was worth interviewing in person. Second interview was with a different manager. Questions such as "how positive are you" were asked. This is definitely importance as no one wants to work with a grumpy co-worker. Also, they seemed interested to really get to know you to see if you'd be a good match for the company. I don't want to give too much detail because then it'd be easy to fake your way into the door. Personally, I only want to work with other people who are genuinely positive. Just be honest. If you're a great match, they will hire you. If you aren't a great match, then you're going to hate it here anyway because you can only act for so long. What are the challenges you've had to face with your most recent serving job? They do want you to be as specific and detailed as possible. They want to know how much you've already had to put up with before getting to the Cheesecake Factory. Be honest. They know you've had to put up with a lot. ==================================================
  57. DO THEY KNOW WHO BOB OKURA IS? YES NO Did they watch our virtual video? YES NO SECRET INTEL!!! INTERVIEWER REVIEW SHEET POSITION APPLYING FOR: APPLICANT NAME: GREETINGS & INTRODUCTION Take a moment to greet the candidate and thank them for taking the time to meet with you. Introduce yourself. APPLICATION REVIEW REVIEW THE CANDIDATE’S APPLICATION AND/OR THEIR RESUME WAS THE APPLICATION FILLED OUT COMPLETELY (CONTACT INFO PROVIDED)? YES NO DID THE APPLICANT’S JOB TITLES MATCH THE JOB BEING APPLIED FOR? YES N O DID THE APPLICANT’S JOB DESCRIPTION RELATE TO THE JOB APPLIED FOR? YES NO WHAT WAS MISSING: APPLICANT REVIEW Dress should be AZ Casual or above. This needs to be “going to work” clothes not “going to the club” or “hanging out at the park” style(s) of fashion. Did the applicant display an appropriate level of professionalism (attire/professional image)? YES NO Did the applicant display a positive, animated, upbeat, energetic personality? YES NO Did the applicant display good communicative skills (not talking too quickly, too slowly, too much)? YES NO Would they fit into a heavily, team-oriented environment? YES NO WAS THE APPLICANT POLITE AND COURTEOUS (SHAKE HAND, SAYS THANK YOU FOR MEETING WITH THEM, ETC…)? YES NO Did the applicant sound articulate and professional (refrained from using slang/jargon, etc.…)? YES NO Was the applicant engaged with the interview (listening carefully, asking questions)? YES NO COMMENTS: KNOWLEDGE ON COMPANY Our sales have more than tripled from $540 million to approx. $1.8 billion over the last ten years. We have more than 33,000 staff members and over 170 restaurant locations nationwide. We are expanding globally with plans for 22 restaurants to open in the Middle East under a licensing agreement. More to come! Did they know any of this? YES NO Have they been to our website? YES NO
  58. What was their understanding of how our stations work? WHAT WAS THEIR FAVORITE CHEF BOB RECIPE? _ ASK SEVERAL QUESTIONS FROM THE MENU…AKA…”This is my first visit…what would you recommend? THEN ASK THEM WHY. _ _ Did they ask you any questions as to what you liked or did they just recommend? YES NO DIRECT QUESTIONS ON EXPERIENCE Do you share OUR passions for cooking and serving? In what way(s)? Can you explain how that has had an effect upon the quality of your effort at work? Do you have direct, prior experience in the industry? YES NO Related industry? DID THEY MAKE A GOOD CONNECTION BETWEEN WHAT THEY HAVE DONE AND THE JOB APPLIED FOR? YES NO INTERVIEWER NOTE: DEPENDING UPON POSITION: COOKING: Do you have 6months to a year of work experience? YES NO Do you have a specialty? YES NO Do you know what restaurants that they are cooking for? YES NO How and why would you be good at a specific restaurant or better still in all around cooking? DEPENDING UPON POSITION.CASHIERING/HOST Can you operate a POS (point-of-sales) cash register? YES NO Do you have good cash handling skills? YES NO How good are you on handling/dealing with complaints? YES NO Would the airport be an exciting place to work? YES NO If so, please explain why.
  59. Are you a people person? YES NO Do you enjoy and work well in a constantly changing setting? YES NO Can you work under pressure? YES NO Please give an example or two that demonstrated this. What does customer service mean to you and how do you make that a part of how you do your job? What is your concept of team work and how does this affect your daily work? DO you have an example in how team work made the difference at being successful. INTERVIEWER IMPRESSION AND/OR SUGGESTIONS: http://www.peiwei.com/careers/careervideo3.aspx IMPORTANT VIDEO TO WATCH BEFORE YOU APPLY! We are proud of our culture and know you will be too. Hear how committed we are every day. From our commitment to food quality to our focus on teamwork and hospitality, listen as our current employees talk about what they value most about the culture at Pei Wei. Also, hear firsthand the motto that every employees stands by each and every day. Pei Wei Asian Diner is a specialty concept where you
  60. will find a team of exceptional people intent on delighting all Guests who walk through our doors. We accomplish this together by striving for excellence in all aspects of what we do; including the way we care for each other as teammates. CURRENT AREA OPENINGS: AZ - Phoenix (4340 E Indian School Rd.) (2 positions) - APPLY IN PERSON LINE, PREP & WOK COOKS - EARN $9 - $11 / HOUR FULL TIME/PART TIME DISHWASHERS FOR OTHER STORE OPENINGS, CHECK THEM OUT HERE: http://hrjobcenter.com/peiwei/ AZ - Tempe (2 positions) AZ - Chandler (1085 W Queen Creek Rd) (2 positions) AZ - Chandler (7131 W Ray Rd) (2 positions) AZ - Gilbert (2 positions) AZ - Mesa (2 positions) STUDY THE MENU BEFORE YOU GO: WHAT ARE THEIR SIGNATURE ITEMS? http://www.peiwei.com/Menu/menu.aspx ============================================= ----------------- HMSHost is a part of Autogrill Group, the world's leading provider of food & beverage and retail services for people on the move. With sales of over 5.7 billion in 2010, the Group operates in 37 countries and employs some 62,000 people. It manages over 5,300 stores in more than 1,200 locations worldwide. Visit www.HMSHost.com for more information and find us on Face book at HMSHost Making the Traveler's Day Better. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  61. ============================================================================== USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…HMS HOST… True story…we went with a group to an HMS Job Fair last year and only one person got hired. Hired on the spot! Everyone else was told: “Thank you very much…we will let you know…” Why was just one person hired when the group (collectively) had years of experience and expertise? Why the only person who was hired also the one with little or no experience? We thought through the process and it came down to one question. There was one question that determined if you got an immediate job offer or not. What we further discovered was that it was not only what you said but, in the way that you said it. “WHY DO YOU WANT TO WORK FOR US HERE AT THE AIRPORT?” The answer that our group had given was about their years of experience, they were looking for a career…etc…The person that they hired had never flown on an airplane and had never been inside an airport. To him this was an amazing experience and he was so excite about the whole airport (the people, the place and the sea of constant change). By the time he got to the interview and they asked him the question, he was still very animated and he went on to tell them that: “Why would I want to work at the airport? Because this is the most exciting place that I have ever seen!!!” He also talked about what a people watcher he was and how he really liked helping people. He finished with “I am almost willing to pay you to work here!” they hired him on the spot. Why did they pass on the more experienced, tested and seasoned cooks to hire a person with little or no experience? He was who they were looking for. With a lot of experience comes “BAD ATTITUDES,” opinions, a lack of listening and that is NOT what they were looking for. With little experience beyond the basics comes the urban myth amongst employers of an applicant who will have a desire to learn and that means listening also. They will spent a lot of time training new employees to their standards – so experience other than basic skills are not required for the entry level jobs (80% of all the jobs they offer are entry…Only a few high-end cooks and managers need extensive work history
  62. and/or skills). They are looking for motivation as the key factor. People who like…or better yet…love their jobs work 3-4 times harder, are more dependable and willing to learn new skills. So, if you are applying for an entry level position…better to be the young, animated person instead of the cool, laid-back pro…even if you are a laid-back pro… GET IT???? OTHERWISE: YOU NEED TO HAVE OPEN AVAILABILITY IF YOU APPLY FOR FT WORK… =============================================================== CHECK OUT: http://www.hmshost.com/about-us/ to learn more about the company and be able to answer the big question: “What do you know about my company?” Q. WHAT DOES HMSHOST DO? A. HMSHost is a world leader in creating dining and shopping concessions for travel venues. HMSHost uses its experience and global reach to make the traveler’s day better by bringing a unique mix of local, regional, national and international amenities (food, beverage, retail) to travel venues around the world. Q. WHAT MARKETS DOES HMSHOST OPERATE IN? A. HMSHost operates in 112 airports around the globe, including the top 20 busiest airports in North America, and in 99 motorway travel plazas throughout the U.S. and Canada. Q. WHAT IS HMSHOST’S RELATIONSHIP TO AUTOGRILL? A. A subsidiary of Milan, Italy-based Autogrill, HMSHost and the rest of the Autogrill Group are recognized leaders in travel restaurants and retail. Q. HOW DO I FIND OUT WHAT JOBS ARE AVAILABLE IN MY AREA? A. Search our current job openings on line. Careers Q. WHAT ARE THE TOP BRANDS WORKING WITH HMSHOST TODAY? A. HMSHost gives travelers access to some of their most favored brands, wherever they may be. The first to introduce brands into airport and travel plaza environments in the early 1980s, today HMSHost has more than 300 international, regional, local and proprietary brands in its portfolio, including exclusive relationships with hundreds of brands that consumers prefer such as: California Pizza Kitchen, Pinkberry, Baja Fresh, Chili’s Too!, Wall Street Journal News, Hugo Boss, Ed Hardy, Bulgari, Salvatore Ferragamo, Ermenegildo Zegna, Kiehl’s, Sean John, Starbucks Coffee and Tim Horton’s to name a few. ============================================================== ==============================================
  63. USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…HMSHOST CREW MEMBER AT HMSHOST - ACCEPTED - APR 28, 2013 Interview Details –Was called in for an interview not long after I applied. Then, I was called in for a second. Very simple, basic and quick interview. Nothing special. Was then told when the orientation was and that was it. Interview Question –There were no difficult or unexpected questions. --------------------------------------------------- BARTENDER/SERVER AT HMSHOST - ACCEPTED OFFER– REVIEWED MAR 28, 2013 Interview Details –interesting interview process, because hr is in a different terminal of the airport then where you will be working Interview Question – Are you an order taker? --------------------------------------------------- CASHIERATHMSHOST -ACCEPTED OFFER –MAR20, 2013 INTERVIEW DETAILS –IT WAS THE EASIEST JOB INTERVIEW I EVER HAD. INTERVIEW QUESTION –NOTHING WAS TOO UNEXPECTED. NEGOTIATION DETAILS –GOT HIRED AFTER THE INTERVIEW WAS DONE. --------------------------------------------------- BARTENDERAT HMSHOST- ACCEPTED OFFER–FEB 26, 2013 INTERVIEW DETAILS –VERY THOROUGH INTERVIEW. I FOUND THE INTERVIEW ENJOYABLE, VERY PLEASANT AND RESPECTFUL, AND A POSITIVE EXPERIENCE. THE HIRING PROCESS AND COMPUTER TRAINING WAS RELATIVELY EASY, HOWEVER TEDIOUS BECAUSE IT WAS LENGTHY AND SEDENTARY. INTERVIEW QUESTION –I HAVE WORKED FOR THIS COMPANY FOR SEVERAL YEARS, AND SINCE SO MANY MONTHS HAVE LAPSED, I DON'T REMEMBER SPECIFICS ABOUT THE QUESTIONS ASKED AND ANSWERED, NOR ABOUT THEIR DIFFICULTY. NEGOTIATION DETAILS –THERE IS NO NEGOTIATION. YOU ARE OFFERED THE POSITION AND IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN WORKING YOU TAKE IT. ---------------------------------------------------
  64. Chompie's Restaurant at Paradise Valley Mall is hiring. Full-time & Part-time available. http://www.chompies.com/ Must have at least 2 years experience. Maricopa County Food Handlers Card required within 10 days of hire. $9/hour + Tips / Benefits available after 90 days YOU NEED TO HAVE OPEN AVAILABILITY – AS THIS IS HIGHLYDESIRABLE. Have total knowledge of all menu items including, but not limited to: the accompanying sides, the proper plate presentations. http://chompies.com/menu2.php Apply in person at Chompie's at 4550 E. Cactus Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85032 (Between Dillard's & Sears) Chompie's founders and family patriarch and matriarch Lou and Lovey Borenstein recollect at home their move from New York to Arizona in 1978 to open Chompie's Bagel Factory, Deli Restaurant and Bakery in "One Big Desert", Phoenix, with their children Wendy, Mark and Neal and extended family. WATCH THE VIDEO…IT’S IMPORTANT: http://www.youtube.com/user/ChompiesVideos -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://chompies.com/manvfood.php C'mon, we dare ya! Take on Chompie's Ultimate Slider Challenge - the food eating challenge gargantuan enough to be featured on The Travel Channel's "Man v. Food" -filmed on March 18, 2010 at Chompie's Tempe location, where host Adam Richman attempted the challenge to finish 5 lbs. of 12 Jewish sliders and onion strings by himself in 30 minutes or less. --------------------------------------------
  65. Open Interviews TODAY for Enthusiastic Employees! Please stop by 1515 N 7th Ave - Ste 140, Phoenix, AZ to fill out an application and interview from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM today or Friday. CREW MEMBERS: Providing excellent customer service, making the best subs in town, having fun and smiling, all a must to work at Jersey Mike's Subs. ($7.80 - $8.50 per hour plus tips) Please visit our website to learn more about us at www.valleysubs.com Great Subs...Great Service...Phenomenal People - Jersey Mike's Valley Subs! Thank you for your interest in joining Jersey Mike's Valley Subs in the Phoenix, Arizona area. It is important to know a few things before submitting your application for opportunity with us. Our positive culture is incredibly important to us...and the only way we can build and maintain it is to ensure we are selecting exceptional people who are willing to embrace our core values. We enjoy working in a high paced, friendly atmosphere. We have very high standards each of us are required to meet every day. A few of our minimum standards include... 1. No visible tattoos. 2. No smoking in uniform, on the clock, or on the premises. 3. Strict piercing policy allowed while in uniform. 4. Limited neat facial hair. 5. Our uniform must be worn 100% in line with our standards. http://valleysubs.com/pages/pre_application.htm MENU: http://valleysubs.com/pages/menu.htm INSIDE TIPSTER: First you know to go dressed sharp. AZ Casual – No suits or ties but, look as close to these guys as you can…Study the menu, invest 10 minutes to read their website and give yourself the biggest advantage we can give you…knowledge! If you can’t or won’t do this…Why did you apply?
  66. http://sodexousa.jobs/search?location=az&q= Sodexo will require a background check and may require a drug screen for all positions. Make the most of your future at Sodexo with career growth opportunities that consider your aspiration and needs. By meeting your hard work and ambition with abundant development opportunities, we encourage you to build your future and grow with the company. We foster an environment where employees are friends, where the work is invigorating and satisfying, and where we share common values and a commitment to your future – your Quality of Life. Explore job opportunities at Sodexo now. http://www.sodexousa.com/usen/careers/find-job/Search-Jobs/search-jobs.aspx USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…SODEXO… CASHIER AT SODEXO - ACCEPTED OFFER– MAR 16, 2013 Interview Details – I applied in person, and did not hear back for a week or so I returned and asked if they were still hiring and he then asked if I could work that night and I said yes and began training. He knew me as a good student so I think that is why he hired me. Interview Question –None --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Food Service Manager I at Sodexo - Accepted Offer – Feb 9, 2013 Interview Details – There are 2 preliminary interviews with recruiters. They are mostly about personality and what you would do in certain hypothetical situations. This allows them to see if your personality and management style would be a good fit for the company. Then if you pass both of those, the GM from the place you are applying will call you for an interview and ask "tell me about a time when you had an emergency situation and how you handled it and what the outcome was," for example. There will be about 8 questions like this. Then, once they narrowed down the selection of candidates, me and one other person was interviewed by the district chef who asked me technical food questions to see how much food knowledge I had. One question for example was naming the 5 mother sauces. Interview Question –
  67. • Tell me about a time when you were faced with a challenge. • How did you handle it and what was the outcome? Negotiation Details –There was no negotiation phase really. All of the details of the job were given to me before I had the interviews. This way, no one's time would be wasted. For example, when they called me after I applied on line, they told me about the property I would be working at, the location, the size, what I would be paid, if relocation was available, etc. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOOD SERVICE AT SODEXO - ACCEPTED OFFER - DEC 2, 2012 Interview Details –I was interviewed by the General Manager, and the direct supervisor I would be under at the time that I turned in my application and resume. The interview lasted approximately 10 minutes. I was called and offered the position the following day by the General Manager. Interview Question – • What difficult situations did I anticipate encountering in my position and how would I handle? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOOD SERVICE MANAGER AT SODEXO - ACCEPTED OFFER Interview Details –Applied in January and continued to work with a few different HR reps ( all very kind in voice and seemingly helpful with answers to the questions I had) until a position in my area came about. Working with persons who seem very interested in working with you to achieve the best possible fit was very refreshing. I did all of my interviewing via phone and then finished the paperwork via on-line and through the mail. Drug testing and other background checks were completed prior to the first day. Overall, the interview process and actual events were smooth - it just seemed like it took forever. Interview Question – • Tell us about a time when you had difficulty getting a co-worker to help you with a project and how did you handle it? • What was the end result? • How would you handle it differently? Negotiation Details –This was an entry level interview and the position was posted and described in such a way that the recruiter actually made it known at the very beginning what the pay and benefits would be. Very up-front - no room for negotiation. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RETAIL MANAGER AT SODEXO - ACCEPTED OFFER Interview Details –Applied online via website after compiling a profile, then selected specific jobs I was interested in. After selecting the specific jobs I had to answer a few basic questions regarding my experience. A few days later I received a call from a
  68. recruiting screener who asked me some more basic questions about my experience. Interview Question – • Tell me about a time you received multiple sources of information and had to make decision. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SALES REPRESENTATIVE AT SODEXO - ACCEPTED OFFER Interview Details –The interview was first with a personnel agency. Average interview, for only one hour. Tests of PC skills and selling skills. I did not get much information about the job itself. The second time I spoke directly with the HR manager of the company and my new boss. Interview Question – • What was the toughest day in your last job? ========================================================================== Five Guys is always looking for great candidates who are friendly, out-going, and have integrity and a solid work ethic. If you are interested in applying for a position at one of our restaurants, we suggest that you contact that store directly either via phone or in person. We are currently unable to accept any inquiries for store level positions through the website: ARCADIA CROSSING - 1.7 mi - 2641 N 44th Street, Suite 100, Phoenix, AZ 85008 Phone: 602-956-0444 Hours: 11a-10p PHOENIX - 3.8 mi - 50 W. Jefferson Street, Suite 180, Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 602-687-7575 Hours: 11am-10pm PHOENIX - 4.1 mi - 1515 North 7th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 602-253-6014 Hours: 11am-10pm Every Day location. Most locations are not corporate stores but franchises; contact each franchise as to openings at their Visit them between 2-4PM (M-f) as a best way to getting hired. IF YOU CAN’T GO…THEN CALL between 2-4PM (M-F). NOTE: NEVER…NEVER…start your conversation with “ARE YOU HIRING?” The quickest response is “NO.” Try this instead: {With experience*} “I have years of experience and I was wondering if I could stop by later this afternoon and talk to someone about upcoming openings at your location because I live just down the street…and I would really love to work at Five Guys…” *For cooking jobs…experience need not be commercial experience…doesn’t hurt…every stay-at-home mom or dad has been cooking multi-serving meals, making menus and handling prep and clean-up on a daily bases…How much experience do you have? “I have been cooking all my life…” is the correct answer to the question of “Do you have any experience?”
  69. Connect with something bigger, have an impact every day and work someplace truly great. The opportunity is here – all you have to do is take it… STARBUCKS What’s it like to work at Starbucks? It’s a lot like working with friends. For one thing, the people who work here aren’t “employees” - we're “partners” because we passionately share common goals and mutual success. We’re dedicated to serving ethically sourced coffee, caring for the environment and giving back to the communities where we do business. SELECT THE LOCATION THAT YOU ARE INTERESTED IN AND APPLY HERE: http://www.starbucks.com/career-center/retail-positions GET TO KNOW THEM BY CHECKING THIS OUT: http://www.starbucks.com/ STUDY THE MENU...KNOW THE COFFEE(S): http://www.starbucks.com/menu SELECT THE LOCATION THAT YOU ARE INTERESTED IN AND APPLY HERE: http://www.starbucks.com/career-center/retail-positions -Phoenix, Arizona (2824 N. 44th Street) - 0 miles - Currently accepting applications for the following jobs: Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) --------------------------------------------------- -Phoenix, Arizona (4340 East Indian School Road) - 2.34 miles - Currently accepting applications for the following jobs: Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) --------------------------------------------------- -Phoenix, Arizona (2425 East Camelback Road) - 3.15 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs: Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) ---------------------------------------------------
  70. -Phoenix, Arizona (1641 East Camelback Road) - 3.15 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs: Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) --------------------------------------------------- -Phoenix, Arizona (3165 E. Lincoln Dr.) - 3.15 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs: Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) ---------------------------------------------------- -Phoenix, Arizona (1601 E. Bethany Home Road) - 3.15 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs: Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) ---------------------------------------------------- -Phoenix, Arizona (3175 E. Thomas Road) - 3.15 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) ----------------------------------------------------- -Phoenix, Arizona (2340 E. Baseline Road) - 4.09 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) ----------------------------------------------------- -Phoenix, Arizona (455 N. 3rd Street) - 4.17 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) ----------------------------------------------------- -Phoenix, Arizona (5557 N. 7th Street) - 4.49 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) ------------------------------------------------------ -Phoenix, Arizona (530 East McDowell Road) - 4.6 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) -Shift Supervisor (US) ------------------------------------------------------- -Phoenix, Arizona (50 W. Jefferson Street) - 4.6 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) -Shift Supervisor (US) ------------------------------------------------------- -Scottsdale, Arizona (2865 N. Scottsdale Rd) - 4.82 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) -Shift Supervisor (US) ------------------------------------------------------- -Phoenix, Arizona (3110 North Central) - 4.83 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) -Shift Supervisor (US) -------------------------------------------------------- -Scottsdale, Arizona (7014 E Camelback Road) - 5 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) -Shift Supervisor (US) -------------------------------------------------------- -Scottsdale, Arizona (4032 N. Scottsdale Road) - 5 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) -Shift Supervisor (US) -------------------------------------------------------- -Scottsdale, Arizona (3300 N. Hayden Road) - 5 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) -Shift Supervisor (US) -------------------------------------------------------- -Tempe, Arizona (871 W. University Drive) - 5.04 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) -Shift Supervisor (US) --------------------------------------------------------
  71. -Tempe, Arizona (420 S. Mill Avenue) - 5.04 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) --------------------------------------------------------------- -Tempe, Arizona (1158 W. Washington Street) - 5.04 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) -Shift Supervisor (US) -------------------------------------------------------- -Tempe, Arizona (555 N. Scottsdale Road) - 5.04 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) -Tempe, Arizona (1926 N. Scottsdale Rd.) - 5.04 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) ---------------------------------------------------------- -Phoenix, Arizona (701 West McDowell Road) - 5.29 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) ---------------------------------------------------------- -Scottsdale, Arizona (32421 N Scottsdale Road) - 5.57 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) ----------------------------------------------------------- -Phoenix, Arizona (5344 N. 7th Avenue) - 5.61 miles currently accepting applications for the following jobs Barista (US) - Shift Supervisor (US) ------------------------------------------------------------ FURTHER OUT LOCATIONS: -Scottsdale, Arizona (7001 North Scottsdale Road) - 5.97 miles -Tempe, Arizona (5000 Arizona Mills Circle) - 6.5 miles -Tempe, Arizona (4455 Lakeshore Drive) - 6.5 miles -Tempe, Arizona (5158 South Rural Road) - 6.5 miles -Tempe, Arizona (3223 S. McClintock Drive) - 6.5 miles --------------------------------------------------------------- USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…STARBUCKS
  72. Barista at Starbucks - Accepted Offer Interview Details –All applications are done online, and the manager will call if resume/app looks good. If you want the job, go into the store, meet the manager, and drop off a resume. One interview, very basic situational questions. What would you do if... Give an instance when... Come dressed professionally -- amazing how many kids I saw come into the store for interviews who were wearing jeans and a t-shirt. Don't be that guy. Interview process took about 30 minutes. Interview Question –At the end of a hard work day, how do you make it through the last hour? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cashier at Starbucks - No Offer Interview Details –I went to my local Starbucks and got an interview form. I was then called for my interview and it was very laid back. I shortly received an answer about my job and I was hired. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Barista at Starbucks - Accepted Offer Barista at Starbucks - Accepted Offer Interview Details –I saw an advertisement they had on craigslist and immediately sent them my resume through email. About a week later I was contacted by the Store Manager to come in for an interview. When I got there, I was offered a free drink and waited for about 5 minutes. The manager then came up to me and took me to a table she was sitting at and we began the interview. All of the questions were reasonable but some I had to think about. After the interview she said she had some more coming up and would be choosing by Monday; it was Tuesday. She told me if I didn't hear from her by Monday it meant she chose other candidates. I thought I'd did pretty well until she said that. Saturday afternoon I got a call from her but I didn't catch it and she left a voicemail for me to call back but by the time I did she had clocked out. She called again Monday morning and told me on the voicemail that I had gotten the job. Interview Question –Explain a time where you had an issue at work and you weren't sure how to resolve it? What did you do? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Barista at Starbucks Accepted Offer Interview Details –I had to wait so she told me to get a free drink and sit down. After she asked me the basic questions. Why do you want to work at Starbucks? Why do you think employees where a uniform? What are your strengths and weaknesses? I had to go to two different interviews. The second one was just like the first. ===========================================================================
  73. SSP AMERICA HIRING FOR SKY HARBOR OPENINGS! IMMEDIATE INTERVIEWS FOR ALL APPLICANTS! We invite you to apply to join our growing team of hospitality professionals at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. COOKS – CASHIERS – DISHWASHERS – BARTENDERS - OTHERS Our exciting Phoenix portfolio of restaurants will include; Four Peaks Brewing Company, Lola Coffee, Delux Burger, Humble Pie, Nocawich, Matt's Big Breakfast, MidCity Kitchen, Sweet Republic, Peet's Coffee & Tea, Joe's Real BBQ, Lo-Lo's Chicken & Waffles, Los Taquitos, Cheuvront Restaurant & Wine Bar and Zinc Bistro to name just a few. YOU MUST ATTEND ONE OF OUR JOB FAIRS BELOW TO APPLY Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm 1710 E. Grant St, Suite 150 (North of Buckeye Road/East of 16th St.)
  74. THESE WILL BE WORKING DIRECTLY AT THE AIRPORT SO YOU MUST BE ABLE TO PASS THE AIRPORT SECURITY BADGING CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK APPLY IN PERSON: Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm 1710 E Grant St, Phoenix, AZ 85034 Cross Streets: Between E Sky Harbor Cir N and S 16th Pl Neighborhoods: Downtown, Central City, South Phoenix STUDY THE BACKGROUND OF THE COMPANY AND BE PREPARED TO GIVEN AN EXTENSTED ANSWER TO THE QUESTIONS: “What do you know about our company?” “Why do you want to work for us at the Airport?” REMEMBER THE TRADITIONAL OF “I NEED A JOB!” JUST DOES NOT HACK IT! http://www.foodtravelexperts.com/international/page/about/ CHECK THEM OUT AND FIND OUT WHY THEY ARE THE FOOD TRAVEL EXPERTS. ================================================================ USED JOB SHACK SSP STUDY GUIDE: If you really want a career with this company it is to your benefit to know who they are, what they do, how well they do it and what is their future. Why should you put in all this extra effort for another interview at another cooking facility? If you don’t already know the answer to this…you are in the wrong spot, reading the wrong thing. To humor you…let’s go through this again: A. They have just received an 11 year contract with Sky Harbor. B. Since they have been here less than 6 months…they are not going anywhere for a long time and that gives you STABILITY! C. They are young here in the valley but, already, have a rep for promoting from within. Many of the people who went to the initial rounds of interviews (several months back) have already been promoted to leads or supervisors. D. They offer benefits from day one. E. They are ONLY one-third full on their staffing.
  75. WHO ARE THEY? • How long have they been in business? • How many countries are they in? • What are their two “catch phrases?” (What two things are their passions?) • How do they see themselves? They are of the Food Industry. • How strongly do they believe in TEAM WORK and how does that work for them? WHO ARE YOU? • Do you share their passions? In what way(s)? Be able to explain how that has an effect upon the quality of your effort at work? • Do you have direct, prior experience in the industry? Related industry? • DEPENDING UPON POSITION. COOKING: Do you have 6months to a year of work experience? Do you have a specialty? Do you know what restaurants that they are cooking for? How and why would you be good at a specific restaurant or better still in all around cooking? • DEPENDINGUPONPOSITION.CASHIERING/HOST/RETAILSALES ASSOCIATE: Can you operate a POS (point-of-sales) cash register? Do you have good cash handling skills? How good are you on handling/dealing with complaints? • Would the airport be an exciting place to work? If so, please explain why. • Are you a people person? Do you enjoy and work will in a constantly changing setting? Can you work under pressure? Please be able to have an example or two that demonstrated this. • What does customer service mean to you and how do you make that a part of how you do your job? • What is your concept of team work and how does this affect your daily work? • Have an example in how team work made the difference at being successful. SECURITY: • Are you able to pass a Homeland Security Background Test? Drug Test? • Do you have or can assemble a list of places that you have lived and worked for the past ten years? • Do you already have an AZ Fingerprint Clearance Card? Do you have an AZDPS Security Guard License?
  76. HOW ARE YOU GOING TO DRESS TO APPLY? Please remember that they are a very large company and that these positions are NOT at their commissary but, at the airport. How well you present yourself is a factor in the decision making to hire you or not. Dress should be AZ Casual or above. This needs to be “going to work” clothes not “going to the club” or “hanging out at the park” style of fashion. ================================================================== We are truly the Food Travel Experts, skilled in combining global reach with a distinctive local touch. Drawing on our years of global operational insight and experience we can consistently deliver high quality food and beverage services to travelling customers, in often demanding and challenging operational conditions. http://www.foodtravelexperts.com/international/page/about/ ===================================================================================== DID YOU KNOW? MAKE SURE YOU WATCH THEIR VIDEO & BE PREPARED TO TAKE NOTES...THIS IS A TEST...IT’S CALLED AN INTERVIEW! Zpizza was founded in the art colony of Laguna Beach, California, where creativity and craftsmanship have flourished for almost a century. So it comes as no surprise that our critically acclaimed pizza is a true Laguna original. A passion for great food is why we start with dough made from 100% organic wheat flour prepared fresh every day, hand-thrown and fire-baked until uniquely crisp. Our zest for quality continues when the toppings go on. We combine select ingredients using award-winning skim mozzarella from Wisconsin, certified organic tomato sauce, MSG-free pepperoni, additive-free sausage, and fresh produce. Our gourmet salads and sandwiches are just as delicious. We hope you enjoy our authentic and unique recipes as much as we enjoy making them for you. STUDYTHEIRMENU: http://www.zpizza.com/organic-food-menu MAKE SURE YOU WATCH THEIR VIDEO & BE PREPARED TO TAKE NOTES...THIS IS A TEST...IT IS CALLED AN INTERVIEW! http://www.zpizza.com/abouthttp://www.zpizza.com/ ====================================================
  77. AT CHILI’S WE SEE THE GLASS HALF FULL…OF SMOKIN’ HOT PEPPERS. WE LIKE THINGS HOT. Do you think fast and act fast? Do you live life up-tempo? Does your dial go all the way to 11? If you can slow down for just a moment, we should talk! https://brinker.taleo.net/careersection/brinker_hourly/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=002BN6&src=JB-10220 ========================================================================================= http://www.brinkerjobs.com/ THERE ARE 174 CURRENT OPENINGS FOR CHILI’S HERE IN AZ… WATCH THE Kelly Video before you go to an interview. http://www.brinkerjobs.com/our-careers.aspx Does working at Chili's sound like the gig for you? Apply today! For more than 35 years Chili's Team Members serve up tasty food and a lot of fun. And there's a reason they're always having such a great time. They get all the great perks that come with working for one of the largest casual dining chains in the country. But they also get to be a part of what makes Chili's so special — a great family atmosphere. Chili's is a place where you can have a blast, make great money and be part of something big. Not to mention, you'll get to help raise money at various times throughout the year for local charities and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital®. Dishwasher - Camelback Chili's (Job Number: 002AM9) Work Locations: Camelback-CHI 2057 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix 85016-4710 Dishwasher - Metro Center Chili's (Job Number: 002DII) Work Locations: Metro Center-CHI 10237 N Metro Pkwy W, Phoenix 85051-1407 Line Cook - Camelback Chili's (Job Number: 002APV) Work Locations: Camelback-CHI 2057 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix 85016-4710 Line Cook - Metro Center Chili's (Job Number: 002DDY) Work Locations: Camelback-CHI 2057 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix 85016-4710 Prep Cook - Camelback Chili's (Job Number: 002ATH) Work Locations: Camelback-CHI 2057 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix 85016-4710 To Go Specialist - Camelback Chili's (job Number: 002B7X)
  78. Work Locations: Camelback-CHI 2057 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix 85016-4710 To Go Specialist - Metro Center Chili's (Job Number: 002E5A) Metro Center-CHI 10237 N Metro Pkwy W, Phoenix 85051-1407 PULL UP A LIST ALL LOCATIONS AND ALL POSITIONS…WE JUST POSTED A FEW AS THERE WERE LIKE 38 IN PHOENIX ALONE… STUDY THE MENU: KNOW THE COMBINATIONS AND SPECIAL DEALS…”I have limit funds…what would be the best meal for my budget? And why?” This is an interviewquestion. http://www.chilis.com/EN/Pages/menu.aspx USED JOB SHACK INSIDER TIPS: This Company gives you NO idea as to what skill levels you need to get hired. Look up a similar company and use COMMON SENSE to see if you qualify. Also, apply only to locations that you are willing to or are able to easily get to on a daily basis. Then, prove that to the employer by visiting them between 2-4PM weekdays. This cannot be said enough (everyone hired already knows this) that if you do not go…more than likely they hired the person who did. Server/Host at Chili's Accepted Offer – Interviewed Apr 3, 2013 Interview Details – GOT HIRED ON THE SPOT WITH THE ASSISTANT MANAGER . If you choose to work at Chili's you have to go online first, follow up with a call a day later and I got my interview in a snap. Hiring was quick and painless. Interview Question –Typical interview questions- your strengths, weaknesses, what would you do in a difficult situation? Etc. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Host at Chili's
  79. Accepted Offer – Interviewed Mar 24, 2013 Interview Details – Applied online on a Sunday night and had a positive email response the next day. Set up an interview through their website for Wednesday afternoon, and they were expecting me and prepared. I was hired that same day and had orientation the Saturday of the same week. Interview Question – Questions were very straight forward and most of them came straight off of the online application. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Server at Chili's Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mar 4, 2013 Interview Details –I applied online at the beginning of January. I had to pass through a questionnaire that sorted out different personalities and work ethics. I got an email a couple days later asking me to schedule an interview. Super easy, I scheduled it myself on my own time. I then met with the GM for the interview. She was super laid back, and she asked me some questions about working in a team and about previous server exp. She must have liked me, because she hired me without any prior serving experience. Very comfortable interview process. Interview Question –How have you worked in a team on a job before? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Chilli's To-Go Cashier at Chili's Accepted Offer – Feb 27, 2013 Interview Details –Filled out application online, set up interview day and time online. Went into Chili's wearing black slacks and nice dressy top. Sat down with manager at the booth. He asked me to tell him about myself and my experience with doing To-Go and cashiering. I WAS HIRED ON THE SPOT. Interview Question –Why should we hire you? Negotiation Details –They told me the rate was 9.00/hr. plus tips ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ http://raisingcanes.com/our-story/ Are you ready for the opportunity of a lifetime? Then apply today! What are ya...Chicken? Prior restaurant experience is a plus but not necessary, as we offer on-going training. We offer competitive wages and a dining discount. Crewmembers-Counter or Kitchen: We are seeking outgoing, energetic, hardworking individuals to join our Kitchen and Counter teams! Counter crewmembers focus on giving exceptional customer service to our guests and taking / fulfilling their orders. Counter crewmembers work the front counter, lobby and drive-thru area of our locations. Kitchen crewmembers focus on delivering "What We Do", serving the freshest, never frozen cook-to-order chicken finger meals in a timely manner. At Raising Cane's, we never sacrifice QUALITY for speed. To apply for a position, please pick up an application at 4325 East Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ. 85018.
  80. MAKE SURE YOU WATCH THEIR VIDEO & READ UP ON THEM…EDUCATE YOURSELF & GET THIS JOB: http://www.caniaccareers.com/ CHECK THEM OUT…http://www.caniaccareers.com/ Raising Cane's #MRGAZ1 - Phoenix, AZ 2715 West Peoria Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85051 - Phone: 602-795-3550 Hours of Operation: Dine-In Mon-Sun 9am-11pm - Drive-Thru Mon-Sun 9am-12am Raising Cane's #MRGAZ2 - Phoenix, AZ - Phone: 602-553-2263 4325 East Thomas, Phoenix, AZ 85018 Hours of Operation: Dine-In Mon-Sun 9am-11pm - Drive-Thru Mon-Sun 9am-12am Raising Cane's #AZ3 - Tempe, AZ - Phone: 480-696-3497 960 East University Drive, Tempe, AZ 85281 Hours of Operation: Sun-Wed 9am-12am - Thurs-Sat 9am-2:30am
  81. Ralph's Snack Bar -4501 West Van Buren, Phoenix, Arizona Monday thru Friday - Noon-3:00pm Hello, I am Ralph Colella, Founder and President of Ralph’s Snack Bar Mobile Catering. We are a family owned and operated business serving the Phoenix Metropolitan area since 1973. WE ARE LOOKING FOR INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR DRIVERS The work is very fast paced and socially interactive. Managerial and people skills are required. Previous experience in food trucks or management in the food industry such as restaurants or catering is preferred as well as cash handling and credit card transaction skills. This is a great opportunity to participate in the growing popularity of the trending food truck phenomenon with the valley's largest food truck operator. You must have a valid Arizona Driver’s License. All routes begin in Phoenix at the renowned "Ralph's Snack Bar" food truck headquarters at 4501 W. Van Buren. Profits are based on route complexity and experience. Hours are generally M-F 4AM to 2PM. Apply in person with your Motor Vehicle Report (MVR). DID YA KNOW? Our menu will show you that we are more than just a snack truck. We offer Full Meals for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner…American, Mexican, Italian and Deli Entrees, Healthy Selections such as Salads and daily specials, including a large variety of beverages and snacks. All this food comes to you at an affordable price. http://www.ralphssnackbar.com/menu.asp INSIDE TIPSTER: You may be asked a question like “I have $3…what can I get that’s good?” In other words…Know the menu! Know more about Ralph and why he is so proud of his job.-- Ralph's Snack Bar, the valley's largest food truck operator, is looking for food truck line cooks and catering event cooks -- The work is very fast paced and high volume. Previous experience in food trucks, restaurants, catering, hotels or any similar background is preferred. Culinary students; this is a great learning opportunity to participate in the growing popularity of the trending food truck phenomenon. Hours vary, mostly Fri. Sat. and Sun. SOME PART TIME WORK IS AVAILABLE. Apply in person at Ralph's Snack Bar, 4501 W, Van Buren, and Phoenix, AZ 85043 ================================================================
  82. At Cafe Zupas our Line Servers are extremely important With their amazing personalities, they can provide exceptional guest service while serving the best food on the planet! Because our Line Servers are well- trained, they are able to make salads, sandwiches, soups, and can also work our cash register. In other words, as a Line Server, you would be able to work any station on our line at any time! We are looking for AWESOME AM/PM Line Servers. DO NOT COME DURING LUNCH! IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, PLEASE STOP BY OUR LOCATIONS TODAY! Dana Park location, 3420 East Baseline Dr. Mesa, AZ 85204 - IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, STOP BY AND ASK FOR ANNIE! Camelback location, 1935 E Camelback Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85016 - IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN CAMELBACK, STOP BY AND ASK FOR BRETT! ==================================================== Go Concessions Food Service Positions within the Zoo: Any interest in food service jobs should be addressed to our Food Service Provider - Go Concessions. PLEASE CONTACT JILL LEWIS AT (480) 255-3505 OR JLEWIS64@COX.NET FOR FUTURE OPEN POSITIONS – NO CURRENT JOBS BUT, PUT YOURSELF IN LINE FOR THE NEXT OPENING. ============================================================================ 49 W. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85013 Phone: 602.265.3889 · Fax: 602.265.0584 info@pinkspotcoffeeandicecream.com PINK SPOT COFFEE AND ICE CREAM IS A LOCAL COFFEEHOUSE AND ICE CREAM SCOOP SHOP IN CENTRAL PHOENIX. WE ARE LOOKING FOR A BARISTA/CASHIER/SERVER/SCOOPER. We are looking to fill a part time position, roughly 20-30 hours a week, but it could turn into full time depending on your flexibility and ability. We are a small shop and require someone who can work on their own, do the right thing and make a connection with our loyal customers. Currently we have mix of evening, morning and weekend shifts. However, we would like to have someone who has open availability as much as possible so that we have flexibility among the staff when folks need time off or otherwise can't work. The hours are easy (the earliest we open is 7am and the latest we're open is 10pm). The work is fun and the customers loyal. We prefer someone who has a car and can drive/take deliveries as needed. The tips are great! Drop by and fill out an application any time other than LUNCH… BUT, YOU KNEW THAT ALREADY…RIGHT?
  83. MENU(S): See our daily menu @ http://www.pinkspotcoffeeandicecream.com/downloads/pink-spot-menu.pdf See our party menu on our parties and events page @ http://www.pinkspotcoffeeandicecream.com/parties-events.php TELL ME WHAT YOU KNOW ABOUT MY COMPANY? http://www.pinkspotcoffeeandicecream.com/press/index.php ===================================================================== Chase Field Localized Food Svc Job Search NO FRAUDS, THEFT, NO VIOLENT CRIMES NOR SO’s. Others will be reviewed based upon the age, nature of the crime and if it related to the job applied for. 401 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 Within walking distance of Chase Field there are hundreds of businesses (both large and small); you pass by them, every day, without ever a thought that this is a treasure chest of awaiting jobs and opportunities. In almost every career field there are employers that need a person with your skills and the sad disconnect is that they do not know you either. SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS PUT MUCH VALUE ON FACE-TO-FACE MEETINGS AND PUT EVEN MORE VALUE UPON IN A PERSON WHO WAS INTERESTED ENOUGH TO PRESENT THEMSELVES IN PERSON. The go in person approach shows that you are motivated and that you are really interested in working for them. Calling is less time consuming; you can screen many more companies and it is easier but…you must realize that without the proper script; you might be wasting time and energy. Remember it is very easy to say no over the phone than it is to say no in person. ========================================================= USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…WHAT DO I NEED TO TAKE WITH ME??? Well…a resume is always your “must” have document BUT…how about business cards? Why would I need business cards? Aren’t business cards expensive? We live in a business world where business cards are considered vital pieces of information…where they are collected and saved where other types of info are commonly lost…Resumes given out at a localized job search might…may…be set aside…put into a filing cabinet… Business cards are not…they are collected and are put directly on a person’s desk…many people in business put them in special books of reference. Business cards do not need to be expensive…All you need is MS Word, paper and a
  84. printer. MS Word has several templates for business cards…Go to new document…select a template…you get 3 lines…Put your name on the first…on the second; do NOT put your address –but some cute/lame saying like “Best Worker Ever!” and on the third; put your contact number. Print this on normal paper and hand cut your business cards… So, next week when someone quits and they are trying to remember the person that they were talking to last week…they will not need to guess or try to find you in a stack of other resumes…your card is on their desk…SEE? =============================================================== • Lexus Club Downtown-American, International 401 E Jefferson St • Arizona Baseball Club Downtown-American, Buffet 401 E Jefferson St 0.0mi • Friday's Front Row Sports... Downtown-American, Burgers 401 E Jefferson St 0.0mi • Strike Zone Lounge at Bank... Downtown 401 E Jefferson St • Sliders American Grill • Downtown-American 201 S 4th St • Karim's Cobbler Shop & Deli Downtown-Southern/Soul, American, Desserts/Ice Cream 333 E Jefferson St • Jefferson Street Bar & Grill Downtown-American 333 E Jefferson St 0.1mi • Kincaid’s Classic American... Downtown-Seafood, Steakhouse, American 2 S 3rd St • Palazzetto Downtown-Italian 211 E Jefferson St • Whataburger Downtown-Burgers, Fast Food 201 E Jefferson St • Starbucks Downtown-Coffee 201 E Jefferson St • Pizza Hut Downtown-Pizza 201 E Jefferson St • Frozen Fusion Fruit... Downtown 201 E Jefferson St • Roc Choc Downtown 700 E Jefferson St • Crust Italian American... Downtown-Pizza, Italian 100 N 3rd ST • Coach & Willie's Downtown-American, Burgers, Pub Food 412 S 3rd St • Legends Sports Bar &... Downtown-American 412 S 3rd St
  85. • Hard Rock Cafe Downtown-American, Burgers 3 S 2nd St • Brothers Pizza Express Downtown-Pizza 3 S 2nd St • Paradise Bakery & Cafe Downtown-Bakery, Sandwiches/Subs, American 3 S 2nd St • Maria's Mexican Gril Downtown- Mexican 3 S 2nd St • Brooklyn NYC Pizza Downtown-Pizza 201 E Washington St • Los Hermanos Cafe $Downtown106 St 3rd St • Pizzeria Bianco Downtown-Pizza, Italian, Organic 623 E Adams St • Bar Bianco Downtown-Italian623 E Adams St • Majerle's Sports Grill Downtown-American, Burgers24 N 2nd St • Rose and Crown Downtown-English/Irish, Pub Food 628 E Adams St • Nobuo at Teeter House Downtown-Japanese, Tea 622 E. Adams St • AliceCooper'sTown Downtown-American, Pub Food, Burgers 101 E Jackson St • Silver Wine & Martini Bar Downtown-Wine Bar 136 E Washington St • Sports City Grill Downtown-American 132 E Washington St • Bar Smith Downtown-Modern American 130 E Washington St • Mrs. White's Golden Rule... Downtown-Southern/Soul, Chicken 808 E Jefferson St • Burger King Downtown-Burgers, Fast Food 1 N 1st St • Cartel Kitchen Downtown-Coffee, Breakfast/Brunch, Bakery 1 N. 1st Street Suite 107 • Cartel Coffee Lab Downtown-Breakfast/Brunch, Coffee 1 N. 1st St • • Tee Pee Tap Room Downtown-Mexican 602 E Lincoln St • Copper Blues Downtown-Modern American, Tapas 50 E. Jefferson St.
  86. • Terrace Café at Hyatt... Downtown-American, Southwestern, Breakfast/Brunch 122 N 2nd St • Networks Bar & Grill at... Downtown-American, Burgers, Sushi 122 N. 2nd St • Steve's Greenhouse Grill Downtown-American, Breakfast/Brunch, Burgers 139 E Adams St • Hanny's Downtown-Pizza, Sandwiches/Subs, Italian 40 N 1st St • YogurtiniSelf-Serve Downtown-Desserts/Ice Cream 1 E. Washington St. • Compass Arizona Grill Downtown-Southwestern, American 122 N 2nd St • The Arrogant Butcher Downtown-Modern American 2 E. Jefferson #150 • Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery Downtown-Pub Food, Burgers, Sandwiches/Subs 2 E. Jefferson #22-217 • The Strand Urban Italian Downtown-Italian 2 E. Jefferson St • Starbucks Downtown-Coffee 100 N 1st St THIS IS SCARY! WHAT DO I SAY? By the mere fact that you are coming in the employer’s door…already being dressed to go to work (AZ Casual for most jobs – especially if you are on the bus – as sweat = stink and stink = No job offer) and you have already made an impression on the employer. Walking in the door you look the part and now you need to start your conversation with the employer with something like the following: “I thought that I would come down directly to introduce myself because I just live down the street and I have been seriously waiting for this opportunity to open up so close to home; because…I have… {Insert your talking points)…” APPLICATION TIME: ONLY BETWEEN THE GOLDEN HOURS OF 2-4PM M-F… DO NOT GO ANY OTHER TIME IF YOU WANT A JOB! =============================================================================== 4539 E Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018 http://www.subway.com/subwayroot/Careers/default.aspx
  87. 4539 E Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018 SANDWICH ARTIST® The Sandwich Artist® greets and serves guests, prepares food, maintains food safety and sanitation standards, and handles or processes light paperwork. Exceptional customer service is a major component of this position. Tasks and Responsibilities*: 1. Exhibits a cheerful and helpful manner while greeting guests and preparing their orders. 2. Demonstrates a complete understanding of menu items and explains them to guests accurately. 3. Uses Point of Sale system/cash register to record the order and compute the amount of the bill. Collects payment from guests and makes change. 4. Performs Cash-In Procedure- accounting for all forms of money, bread, etc., during the shift. 5. Prepares food neatly, according to formula, and in a timely manner. 6. Checks products in sandwich unit area and restocks items to ensure a sufficient supply throughout the shift. 7. Understands and adheres to proper food handling, safety and sanitation standards during food preparation, service and clean up. 8. Cleans and maintains all areas of the restaurant to promote a clean image. Understands and adheres to the 3-step method for cleaning. 9. Understands and adheres to all quality standards, formulas and procedures as outlined in the SUBWAY® Operations Manual. 10. Maintains a professional appearance and grooming standards as outlined in the SUBWAY® Operations Manual. 11. Performs light paperwork duties as assigned. 12. Completes University of SUBWAY® courses as directed PREREQUISITES: Education: Some high school or equivalent. Experience & Skills: No previous experience required. Ability to understand and implement written and verbal instruction. Must be able to work any area of the restaurant when needed and to operate a
  88. computerized Point of Sale system/cash register. Position requires bending, standing, and walking the entire workday. Must have the ability to lift 10 pounds frequently and up to 30 pounds occasionally. TO APPLY & SPEED UP THE PROCESS: STOP BY BETWEEN 2-4PM M-F TO FILL OUT APPLICATION --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- USED JOB SHACK TIPSTER: HIRING @ SUBWAY comes down to availability, how flexible you are in your availability and your friendliness /people skills. Go dressed like you were ready to work. Know something other than “I need a job!” Invest 10 minutes to read about their history and study their menu. What is their new $4 Special? That you know these things and more DOES make the difference to whether or not you get hired. If that is something that you DON’T think you need to do…Hope you don’t get frustrated from hearing “Sorry we hired a more qualified person. “Qualified Person” means someone who spent those 10 minutes to get educated. http://www.subwaykids.com/grownups/?rdr=Homepage:Secondary:Unit2:Monsters University:W5:2013 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://www.subway.com/subwayroot/about_us/history.aspx The History Of Subway The Seventeen-Year-Old Entrepreneur Back in 1965, Fred DeLuca set out to fulfill his dream of becoming a medical doctor. Searching for a way to help pay for his education, a family friend suggested he open a submarine sandwich shop. With a loan of $1,000, the friend—Dr. Peter Buck—offered to become Fred’s partner, and a business relationship was forged that would change the landscape of the fast food industry.
  89. The first store was opened in Bridgeport, Connecticut in August, 1965. Then, they set a goal of having 32 stores opened in 10 years. Fred soon learned the basics of running a business, as well as the importance of serving a well-made, high quality product, providing excellent customer service, keeping operating costs low and finding great locations. These early lessons continue to serve as the foundation for successful SUBWAY® restaurants around the world. ============================================================= 2641 N 44th St # 103, Phoenix, AZ 85008 (602) 956-0444 Five Guys is always looking for great candidates who are friendly, out-going, and have integrity and a solid work ethic. If you are interested in applying for a position at one of our restaurants, we suggest that you contact that store directly either via phone or in person. OTHER PLACES TO STOP BY AFTER 2 PM…INTRODUCE YOURSELF…USE YOUR MASTER APPLICATION TO FILL OUT AN APPLICATION… Souper Salad Restaurant - 602) 840-5686 2651 N 44th St Ste 2, Phoenix, AZ 85008 – Near Camelback East and Arcadia Crossing http://www.soupersalad.com/ ============================================ Papa John's Pizza - (602) 667-0600 4501 E Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018 – Near Arcadia Crossing and Camelback East http://www.papajohns.com/ =========================================== Schlotzsky's - (602) 808-9800 4445 E Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018 – Near Camelback East and Arcadia Crossing http://www.schlotzskys.com/ ================================================ == Starbucks Coffee - (602) 952-1797 4515 E Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018 – Near Arcadia Crossing and Camelback East http://www.starbucks.com/ ================================================

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