Job Title :Chocolatier
*สำหรับนักศึกษาที่เลือกงานนี้จะต้องชำระค่าสัมภาษณ์ $70 ภายใน 1 วันหลังจากวันที่สมัคร
Start Date :June 6, 2019 (ต้องเริ่มงานภายในวันที่กำหนดเท่านั้น)
End Date :September 5, 2019 (ต้องจบงานภายในวันที่กำหนดเท่านั้น)
Skill Required :Advanced English Skill
Detailed Description :**รบกวนน้องๆอ่านรายละเอียดด้านล่างให้ครบถ้วนก่อนสมัครนะคะ**
CHOCOLATIERSTOCKER: Pre-packing chocolate, stocking merchandise, cleaning projects, lifting heavy cases (fem: 10-35lbs/4-15kg, males: 50-75lbs/22-34kg) and unloading trucks 3 times a week; wear Sundae Suit.
RETAIL SALES/GREETER: Great communication/customer service skills and a strong knowledge of chocolate merchandise.
FOUNTAIN/BUSSERS: Preparing ice cream sundaes, coffee drinks, cleaning projects, taking out trash, mopping floor, bussing tables.
CASHIERS: Great customer service skills; American currency. Employer will assign duties as needed. Must have a strong knowledge of chocolate merchandise and knowledge & handling of US Currency. May be asked to wear the "Sundae Suit". Must pass a drug test.
MUST be friendly, great attitude, and excellent customer service skills. Must be able and willing to perform ALL duties, including standing up to 8 hours, scooping ice cream, preparing food and drinks, greeting, cashier, cleaning, taking out trash several times daily, mopping floor, bussing tables, pre-packing chocolate, stocking merchandise, lifting heavy cases 10-30lbs/4-13kg and unloading trucks. Employer will assign duties as needed. Must have a strong knowledge of chocolate merchandise and knowledge & handling of US Currency. May be asked to wear the "Sundae Suit". Must pass a drug test. Please note that 80% of the time you will be working a shift that includes working until closing and working on weekends. You have to be flexible to work the shifts scheduled by Ghirardelli.
You will need to arrive BEFORE your orientation date, so you can arrange housing and attend orientation (on time!) If you miss the orientation, you will not be scheduled to work until the following week. YOU MUST arrive at orientation in your complete uniform; including correct shoes, in order to be put on the schedule to work that weekend. See attachment for pictures. Contact Ghirardelli after you have checked into your housing to inform the manager you have arrived, they will take you to your drug test. The drug test can take up to a week for results and you can't be scheduled to work until they receive the results.
Will be cross-trained to work in all departments at the shop. Important you hounor your agreement by staying until your scheduled end date. The employer is counting on your
commitment to them and the job.
Required Job Training :Yes. Within a few days - must pass the drug test first & attend New Hire Orientation.
Hours :Average 32 - 40 hours/ week
Extra Hours :$18.00
Possibiliity of a 2nd Job :You are permitted to have a 2nd job although it must not interfere with your schedule and performance at Ghirardelli AND you must get approval from the manager AND you may not work at 2nd job at night or on the weekends.
Dress code :**รบกวนน้องๆอ่านรายละเอียดด้านล่างให้ครบถ้วนก่อนสมัครนะคะ**
Employer supplies an apron, hat, name tag and bow tie.
Student must bring a few button-down short or long sleeved white shirts (bussers and fountain employees can only wear short sleeves) black loose-fitting long pants past the ankle
(no jeans), a black belt for your pants; black, non-skid, closed-toe shoes (like tennis shoes) - NO high heels. Dress needs to be very conservative. PLEASE REFER TO ATTACHED PICTURES SO YOU HAVE THE APPROPRIATE SHIRT, SHOES & SLACKS; IF YOU DO NOT, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO WORK UNTIL YOU DO.
Ear piercing only & no more than 1 piercing per ear and no bigger than a dime. No visible tattoos. Dress needs to be very conservative. Must have a clean uniform every shift and be
freshly showered - using deodorant every day.
Housing :Must Arrange Own
Housing Deposit Required :Students must arrange their own housing; so only adventuresome and independent individuals should consider these positions. Housing is very expensive in San Francisco; it can range from $400-$600. a month per student; not including their housing deposit, transportation to and from work, food and possible utility costs. We want all the students to have clear expectations regarding working and living in San Francisco before applying for these positions; we only want well informed, prepared individuals; this will ensure your success.
Transportation to work :Public Transportation
Meal benefits Required :Discount
Nearest Airport :San Diego International Airport (SAN)
Additional Information :
The best part of visiting San Diego is the vast variety and diversity of things to see and do. Learn about San Diego’s historic beginnings in Old Town, or head to sea for a whale-watching tour aboard a historic vessel. Explore the best bird watching spots in East County and learn about over 480 species observed around the county. You can even take a tour around Southern California’s best wineries. If sports holds your interest you can watch professional football or baseball with the local teams, San Diego Chargers or San Diego Padres. Of course, there are many activities for you around San Diego: water sports like fishing, sailing, surfing, kayaking or land sports like biking, hiking, horse back riding, golfing, plus many others. Then, there are these famous local attractions: SeaWorld San Diego, San Diego Zoo & Zoo Safari Park, Legoland California Waterpark & SeaLife Aquarium, USS Midway Museum, Old Town San Diego or Balboa park.
All information (pay rate, rent, deposit, etc.) is subject to change within reasonable mean
to reflect the nature of each placement without prior notice.