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Store Associates

Hiring Deadline: Open until filled
Position updated on:
Zip Code: 90265
Industry: All
Employer: Sticky Fingers Doughnuts
Job Tracking ID: 1377456445
Job Description:

We are looking for folks with a POSITIVE ATTITUDE, who like interacting with people and have customer service experience. Sticky Fingers is selling a GOOD TIME along with our doughnuts, and our team are our brand ambassadors!

Pop Up Shop Associates:

-Serve customers purchasing our individual doughnuts, DIY doughnut kits, coffee, hot chocolate, water and soda.

-Take advance orders for doughnut delivery.

-Assist with setup at day's start and close at day's end.

-Serve samples.

-Interact with our customers and represent the Sticky Fingers brand and experience. Many of our customers will be local Malibu residents, tastemakers and celebrities, so please be comfortable in this environment.

- Must have reliable transportation to and from Malibu.

- Must be able to commit to THREE shifts. Available shifts:

3 PM -- 11 PM
6 PM -- 11 PM

8 AM -- 4 PM
3 PM -- 11 PM

8 AM -- 4 PM
3 PM -- 11 PM

8 AM -- 4 PM
10 AM -- 6 PM

We are also looking for an ASSISTANT TO OWNER, who will work Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday for 5 hours per day, in addition to two shifts during the event (Saturday, Sunday or Monday).

We are looking for a CAN-DO person with a positive attitude who is comfortable multi-tasking. There will be opportunity to continue in this role after Chili Cookoff weekend.

- EVENT PLANNING experience is a plus.
- SOCIAL MEDIA experience is a plus.
- FOOD SERVICE experience is a plus.
- PROFESSIONAL DEMEANOR required -- you will be second in command to owner and expected to handle any situations that may arise graciously.
- Will be making several pickups in the Los Angeles area. You must have a valid drivers license. Mileage will be reimbursed.

Want to join our team? Email us including the following information:

- Name
- A paragraph about why you would be a great fit for our team.
- What shifts you are available to work.
- Phone and email contact.
- TWO professional references with phone numbers. We will be contacting your references so let them know.

We can't wait to hear from you! Any questions? Give us a call at 323-632-2392. Check us out online at www.stickyfingersdoughnuts.com

Employee Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Compensation: Based on experience

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