Teen Jobs at Dunkin’
Dunkin’ is an American company which has grown to become one of the largest coffee and baked goods chains in the world. It offers varieties of donuts, bagels, breakfast sandwiches, and a wide variety of hot and iced beverage. Here are some examples of job titles that teenagers can apply at Dunkin’. The following job titles and descriptions are taken either from Dunkin’ career page or job boards.
To work at Dunkin’ you must be at least 16 years old. Possible positions are porter, crew members, counter help, cashier, shift leader/supervisor, assistant store manager or even restaurant manager. Each store has different requirement for each position.
You are responsible to receive and process cake orders from online, phone, or in person. You will keep the stock and product displays according to the store merchandising standards. You can decorate cake following the Baskin Robbins cake design standards.
You are responsible to provide guest service excellence by serving them with enthusiasm in a clean, fast paced environment. You must follow Brand standards, recipes, safety, and sanitation guidelines systems.
You are responsible to ensure food quality and order execution following the company recipes and standard. You will do product labeling, maintain inventory controls, and keep the back kitchen cleanliness.
A Dunkin’ Crew Member is part of a team that meets the needs of their Guests while providing a hospitable environment. Pride in accomplishing restaurant goals, rather than simply completing tasks, is required.
A Dunkin’ Shift Leader must enjoy a fast-paced environment and possess the ability to shift work focus as needs change. A Shift Leader understands the importance of teamwork and is able to motivate team members to deliver passionate Guest service at all times. As a problem solver who is not afraid to ask questions, the Shift Leader understands the importance of accountability and standards.
Assistant Restaurant Manager
Dunkin’ Assistant Restaurant Manager is charged with being a role model for exceptional guest service and a supporter of teamwork through training and communication. As Assistant Restaurant Manager, you have the opportunity to impact restaurant performance by assisting the Restaurant Manager in building sales programs and leveraging business opportunities. A strong work ethic and “can-do” attitude are essential.
The Dunkin’ Restaurant Manager is responsible for building sales programs, leveraging business opportunities and creating a competitive spirit. As Restaurant Manager, you are responsible for the profitability and overall operation of the restaurant according to Dunkin’ Donuts operational standards. The ability to make logical and timely decisions under tight deadlines is a critical requirement.
Dunkin’ Job Application
To apply jobs at Dunkin’, you can visit dunkindonuts.com/en/careers to find teen jobs at Dunkin’ stores near you.
Dunkin’ Job Interview Questions
- Tell me about your work experience?
- Can you work 3rd shift?
- Name one time you had a challenge in customer service?
- What is a positive trait about yourself?
- Can you make sandwiches?
Dunkin’ Job Perks and Drawbacks
- You will receive free donuts and coffee
- There is 50% discount for employee meals while working a shift
- A flexible schedule to fit your needs and school life
- You will get work outfit as uniform
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