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Breakfast Shift Position - Paid Time Off!

Breakfast Shift Position - Paid Time Off!
at the following location(s):
WISCASSET ME STO (34196) - WISCASSET, ME
Description:
We have a part-time/full-time Breakfast Shift Position for New Crew Members. Min of 30 HRS if desired
Must Be available to arrive at 5am, 6am, or 7am.
Shifts Can Run Through anytime you're available.
Must Commit to working 3 Shifts a Week.
As a Breakfast Shift Position, you will be responsible for:
-Taking & Making Accurate Food Orders
-Ensuring Food Safety & Adhering to Gold Quality Standards
-Creating Golden Moments to Make Guests Happy
-Partnering with Other Crew and Managers to Meet Restaurant Expectations
-Assisting With & Demonstrating Cleanliness on Every Shift
-Ensuring Items are Well Stocked
This job posting contains some information about what it is like to work in a McDonald's restaurant, but it is not a complete job description as people who work in a McDonald's restaurant perform a number of different tasks every day, and this posting does not list all of the essential functions of this job.
No experience is necessary, we are willing to train the right person. Here are some of the great things about working for our Organization...
-FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES to designed to work around your busy life
-DISCOUNTED Meals with Every Shift
-FREE Uniforms
-ONGOING TRAINING to help you grow in your position
-PREMIUM COMPENSATION RATE if you are hired with OPEN AVAILABILITY
-ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITES working for a Family Owned Organization that is GROWING and Looks to Promote Within First!
-This specific position has the potential to grow into a CREW TRAINER after 90 days with our organization.
-We take pride in our restaurants, insist on serving only the best to our guests, and we value the people who make this happen.
Details to be discussed at time of interview
Dependability is a MUST
Requirements:
Additional Info:
McDonald?s Corporation is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce.


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