CASH TIPS PAID DAILY
Discounts on food
Medical, Dental, Vision Available for FT Employees
Advancement Opportunities through our Career Path Program
The delivery driver works day and/or night shifts using an automobile to deliver customers’ food orders to residential or commercial properties.
Education: The applicant must be either enrolled in high school or a certified G.E.D. program or have their high school diploma or G.E.D.
Requirements: The applicant must be age 18 or over, have a valid Drivers’ License, have regular and predictable access to their own automobile to use, have a history of good driving during the past three years, as determined by a Motor Vehicle Report including no convictions for DWI, and/or no more than two speeding violations, and/or no at fault accidents (or the applicant may have one at fault accident on their record if the accident is determined to be minor), and/or any combination of speeding violations and at fault accidents. The applicant must also be able to furnish proof of insurance coverage in compliance with the applicable State. The applicant must have a cell phone to use as needed to facilitate deliveries while abiding by all applicable laws and safety procedures. Must be 18 years old or older. Experience preferred but not required.
Skills: Qualified applicants must be able to memorize menu abbreviations and menu prices, and basic job routines, must be able to read and write, and communicate in English effectively, must be able to perform basic math including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, counting change correctly, and handling, organizing, and balancing money and credit card charge slips.
Health: An applicant who is currently infected with or has knowledge that they are currently infected with a communicable disease which has been determined by the Secretary of Health and Human Services as one which is transmissible to the public through the handling of food will not be considered as a qualified applicant. An Applicant must comply with the applicable city Department of Health regulations as well as Jason’s Deli’s dress code policies.
Essential Job Functions:
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Statement of Performance:
The General Manager and his or her Assistant Managers will evaluate a new employee during the ninety-day introductory period. After the introductory period, the General Manager and his or her Assistants evaluate performance on an on-going basis and salary increases are given at any time, as determined by the General Manager.
Statement of Totality:
This position will include any and other essential and secondary duties assigned by management to ensure the proper functioning of operations in the deli.