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Hiring Deadline: Open until filled
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Zip Code: 95050
Industry: All
Employer: World Wrapps
Job Tracking ID: 1377981955
Job Description:
Hi! Welcome and Thank you for your interest in this opportunity with World Wrapps!

World Wrapps is a healthier alternative to traditional fast food. Our menu includes internationally inspired Wrapps, Bowls, Bentos, Soups, Salads and tasty real fruit Smoothies.

We don't necessarily look for tons of experience (if any) but we look for confident,friendly people, with neat, clean appearance, with a high desire to serve every guest and ensure their satisfaction. A quick smile and friendly eye contact are also attributes we look for.

Our Cashiers don't just take the orders...that's why we call them Guest Service Representatives. Here's a little bit about what you will be doing!

#1) Our Cashiers/GSR's (Guest Service Reps welcome customers to World Wrapps with a smile, friendly attentive eye contact and a personalized friendly greeting.

#2) Our Cashiers/GSR's help customers navigate our fantastic menu, answer questions, and recommend/suggest items to our guests.

#3) Our Cashiers/GSR's ask if they are dining in or taking their order and to-go and then ask their name (as a reference if they are taking the meal to-go) or provide a number if they are dining in.

#4) Our Cashiers/GSR's provide a friendly closing to the order by repeating the order to ensure accuracy, finish the transaction quickly (i.e. by credit card or counting change back) and provide the customer with a receipt.

#5) Our Cashiers/GSR's give the guest/customer an approximate time for the order to be made and give guests with "non-smoothie" orders their beverage (if applicable).

#6) Our Cashiers/GSR's make friendly eye-contact, Thank the guest for their order and wish them a great day and to enjoy their World Wrapps meal.

This is the primary job description for the main part of the Cashiers/GSR position. There are other responsibilities and duties associated to the job i.e setting up, cross training, keeping areas neat, clean and organized and much more. So come and find out all about it!


We strive to provide a fun, guest focused, team oriented work environment, with high standards in quality and cleanliness, with healthier, tastier products!

Come and see me in person...My name is Carlos and I am the Manager! And/or email me immediately at the posted email

Part time and Full Time opportunities available !

This position won't last long! Also visit our fun website at www.worldwrapps.com and find out more about us!

Hope to see you soon.

Employee Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Compensation: Minimum-$8..50 to start DOE

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