Assistant Manager (06827) - 3411 W Fm 120Job DescriptionABOUT THE JOB
Perform all duties of store operations and productively work in a team environment overseeing all employees
- Operate all equipment.
- Stock ingredients from delivery to storage, work area, and walk in cooler.
- Prepare product.
- Receive and process telephone orders.
- Take inventory and complete associated paperwork.
- Clean equipment and facility approximately daily.
They must be at least 18 years old with a valid driver's license and a 2 year driving history.
Their motor vehicle record (MVR) will be checked for a safe driving history and must conform to company standards.
They must have current liability insurance at all times.
They must always wear their seatbelt while driving for this company.
Personal vehicles used for delivery must pass a safety inspection.
Domino's Pizza uses cartop signs on delivery vehicles. Driver may be required to place a cartop sign on their vehicles.
The only exception is if a vehicle does not accept the cartop fittings.
Orientation and training provided on the job. Req ID
I acknowledge that I am applying for employment with PAGA LTD, an independently owned and operated Domino's Pizza franchisee that is a separate company and employer from Domino's Pizza LLC and any of its affiliates or subsidiaries. I further acknowledge that any decisions regarding my employment will be made solely by PAGA LTD and that my employer is not Domino's Pizza LLC or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries. Job Category
Store Assistant ManagerFranchise Consent Statement
For employment purposes in accordance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act ("FCRA") and applicable law, the Company may obtain consumer reports, or investigative consumer reports, in connection with your employment application or from time to time during employment. Consumer reports include record checks conducted by consumer reporting agencies and may include driving records, criminal records, or other background reports. Investigative consumer reports include investigations conducted by consumer reporting agencies through personal interviews (or through any means in California) on information as to character, general reputation, personal characteristics, or mode of living. You may make a written request for a summary of FCRA consumer rights and a disclosure of the nature and scope of an investigation. A disclosure of the nature and scope of such investigation is provided below. Disclosure of Nature and Scope of Investigation for Investigative Consumer Report If we request an investigative consumer report in connection with your employment application, a consumer reporting agency will prepare such a report based on the following investigation: The agency may interview former employers, business references, personal references, and/or others for information regarding prior employment, work experience and performance, reasons for employment termination, and information as to character, general reputation, personal characteristics, or mode of living. The agency may also conduct a records check of driving, criminal, credit, education, degrees, professional licenses, and/or certification records, depending on the job position and the state involved. I authorize the procurement of consumer reports and/or investigative consumer reports by the Company as part of the pre-employment background investigation and at any time during my employment.
*California, Minnesota, and Oklahoma Applicants: you may receive a free copy of any credit, consumer, or investigative consumer report obtained at your request Maine Applicants: You may request and promptly receive from the consumer reporting agency a copy of any investigative consumer report prepared. Regarding such reports, you may request from us (and receive within 5 business days) the name, address, and telephone number of the consumer reporting agency's nearest unit designated to handle inquiries.
*Massachusetts and New Jersey Applicants: You have the right to have a copy of the investigative consumer report upon request.
*Minnesota Applicants: You may make a written request to the consumer reporting agency for information on the nature and scope of a consumer report prepared.
*New York Applicants: Upon your request, you will be informed whether or not a consumer report was requested, and if such a report was requested, the name and address of the consumer reporting agency furnishing the report. You may inspect and receive a copy of such report by contacting such agency.
*Washington Applicants: You have the right to request from the consumer reporting agency the written summary of the rights of the consumer prepared under the Washington Fair Credit Reporting Act, RCW 19.182.080(7)."