- $13.00 - $14.00 Hourly
- Part Time / Full Time
- Employer Fairly Likely to Respond
Cashier Job Purpose:
- As a customer service professional, the cashier makes monetary transactions with customers, place orders, and accept payment for the order . Processes credit cards, takes cash and makes change. Cashiers are responsible for the money in the cash register and must account for it at the end of their shift.
- Cashiers interact with customers in several ways. A cashier may take an order either at the front counter or pick-up window. Often, cashiers perform other jobs, such as restocking, food preparation, and restaurant maintenance.
- Cashiers often act as hostesses and show patrons to their tables, especially during busy times. They also complete some chores such as wiping off menus and are expected to keep their working area neat and tidy.
- Cases of pastries, cakes and beverage may be displayed at the cashier's counter. Cashiers in these establishments may encourage patrons to purchase desserts/drinks to take home, package the desserts and keep the cases stocked and clean.
- Overall, cashiers employees often work in a fast-paced setting.
- Competitive pay: $13-$14 hourly
- Employee discounts
- Free shift meals
- Flexible scheduling
- A great working environment
- Applicants must be 18 or older to apply
- Cashier should be familiar with basic functions, such as addition and subtraction. Computer-controlled cash registers make this aspect of the job much easier.
- Most restaurants set the minimum age requirement for employment between at 18 years old.
- Generally, prospective fast food associates need not meet any qualifications related to education or work history.
- Cashiers also are required to take out the trash and make sure it is secure inside of Dumpsters. Garbage cans should be supplied with new garbage bags. Some are required to sweep floors, mop and make sure the dining area is neat, organized and clean. They should make sure no food scraps are left on the cabinets, tables or stations or equipment. All food areas should be wiped down and sanitized.
- Cashiers may be required to bus the dining areas. When customers have completed their meals, cashiers are required to clean the tables by putting dirty dishes on a tray and taking them to the dish-washing area for cleaning. They have to organize the dining area so that chairs and tables are situated and ready for patrons. Cashiers must ensure restrooms are kept stocked and cleaned according to Company’s standards.
- A Cashier should be in good physical condition that allows them to bend, kneel or stoop, so they can pick up items such as loads of dishes and other, move tables, machinery and food preparation equipment. Some places require that a Busser/Runner have the ability to lift 50 to 100 pounds during the course of the day.
We were raised on the Mediterranean Diet, one of the healthiest ways of eating in the world: pasta, bread, fruit and vegetables are our daily choice. We prefer to eat together because a shared table is an everyday celebration. We do it with pleasure because our food is Good for You and Good for the Planet. That’s why eating well in a Barilla Restaurant comes naturally. Because we prepare the same recipes that Italians eat every day, 7 days a week