🍕 Little Caesars is hiring Managers, Shift Leaders, Crew Members! (Richmond, TX)

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Ad Details

  • Ad ID: 176737

  • Added: September 23, 2020

  • Location: United States

  • State: Texas

  • City: Katy

  • Views: 20

Description

Who Are We?
As the fastest growing pizza chain in the U.S., there’s no denying that Little Caesars is doing something right. We’re an international brand that’s a household name and a front-of-mind decision when you’ve got pizza on the brain. We’ve grown tremendously since opening the first store in 1959 – and we’re still growing. As one of the biggest American names in the pizza restaurant industry, Little Caesars is a great place for people to launch a career!

Who Are We Looking For?
At Little Caesars, we’re looking for amazing Restaurant Managers, Shift Leaders , and Crew Members to join our team!

The Restaurant Manager builds and supervises a team that achieves Little Caesars goals of customer satisfaction, sales and profitability and operates the restaurant according to company standards and procedures.

The Crew Member works productively as part of the restaurant team and performs his or her job responsibilities in such a way that all products the Crew Member makes are of high quality and the customers the Crew Member serves are satisfied.

A Shift Leader is responsible for the overall shift operations, guest experience, sales performance, and execution of brand excellence in a store. In the absence of the manager, the shift leader effectively leads the team to execute great guest service and follows operating policies and procedures.

Despite being the fastest growing pizza chain in the United States, we focus on small town values in all our stores. We don’t just serve pizza, we serve people . If you want to join a family that is determined and fun team, then APPLY TODAY!

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