We are looking for a Barista/ Bar Person. Someone who loves the morning and loves coffee to come join our wake up team! Key Duties & Responsibilities:
First duty of Barista is to greet all patrons with a smile.
Must be able to count money at a fast pace.
Balance drawer coming in and leaving for the day.
Keep kitchen and coffee ware clean and organized.
Help customer make decisions on coffee choices
May consist of keeping lobby area neat.
Be able to use a coffee machine.
Providing training and assist to new employees.
Be somewhat knowledgeable about different coffee brand and flavors.
Skills of Barista:
Great Customer Service Skills
Be able to stand for a short/ long period of time
Quick Learner in a Fast- paced environment.
Be a team player
Should have good personal hygiene
Company Overview: While it is ideal that a candidate would already know essential details about the hiring company, it is helpful for potential applicants to have a description of the company (as written by the company) at hand. Include information about the company’s mission, goals, industry and headquarters location. Other useful details could include the number of states and countries where the company is present, number of employees, annual sales and so on. Location: 0 % Travel
Type of Employment: Full-Time Position Mon-Fri 5 a.m.- 2 p.m. Salary Range & Benefits: $8- $10 hour DOE
Medical and dental benefits for full-time employees
Vacation and holiday pay
Employee discounts on Coffee..
Recruiter Contact Information:
Human Resource Department
Phone: (555) 543-9876
Fax: (555) 542-7654
The form of departmentalization that should be used for Starbucks is departmentalization by function because they are “smaller and offer one main product or service”, Reilly, M., Minnick, C., & Baack, D. (2011). The form should change in store offering other foods or services because they then become departmentalization by product because they are then offering another service. When the company began to experience financial problems, should the leadership have tried to centralize power and decision making then the managers could do what worked for them in that area. Organizational by function best fits Starbucks, “this form is seen in smaller, single-product or service companies, which constitute the majority of businesses. As companies add products, services, and additional specialists and activities, the degree of complexity rises and more intricate departmental arrangements normally result”, Reilly, M., Minnick, C., & Baack, D. (2011).
Reilly, M., Minnick, C., & Baack, D. (2011). The five functions of effective management (2nd ed.). San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc