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Eat'n Park Hospitality Group
Parkhurst - Barista/Cashier
Company:
Eat'n Park Hospitality Group
Position:
Parkhurst - Barista/Cashier
Department:
Staff
Status:
Part Time
Shift:
First / Day Second / Afternoon Third / Night
Req #:
1977031
Date posted:
January 26, 2018
Location: Job Location Address Map
Parkhurst Dining at Saint Francis University, Parkhurst Dining Location 7180
Loretto, PA, 15940, US
Job category:
Parkhurst Hourly Team Member
Job link:
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At Parkhurst Dining, we pride ourselves on creating personal relationships and authentic culinary experiences. Apply to join our team and create your own story with Parkhurst!

Job Summary

The Barista/Cashier is responsible for serving quality food and beverages to our guests in a friendly and helpful manner and in accordance with Parkhurst Culinary Gold standards.  Barista/Cashier is expected to have friendly interactions with customers and to practice genuine hospitality when working with guests and other team members.

 

Benefits

  • 20% off your purchase at all family brands
  • One free meal while you are on shift
  • Options for 401k, dental, vision, and medical plans
  • Paid time off: depending on the length of your tenure at Parkhurst, a number of hours of work results in one hour paid time off
  • On site training!

Essential Functions

  • Brew Barista coffee along with flavor of the day coffee.
  • Make specialty drinks to order, following all Parkhurst recipes.
  • Adhere to all cash handling procedures.
  • Advertising the merchandise area using Barista signage and other approved materials.
  • Maintain an open line of communication with management, informing them of products and supplies needed.
  • Follow the uniform dress code.
  • Assist fellow team members at every opportunity.
  • Standing and/or walking - 50% of time.
  • Occasionally lifting up to 25 lbs.
  • Frequently lifting up to 10 lbs.

*** Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.