Starbucks, a place where people from all over come together for conversation and great coffee, is present the largest company in the world. Starbucks currently spreads all over 66 countries and territories in Africa, North America, Oceania, and South America, Asia, Europe. Starbucks’ headquarter is located in Seattle, Washington, United States, having about three thousand people worked so far. It owns 23,132 locations with more than then thousand employers until 2015. Being a Starbucks partner means having the opportunity to be something more than an employee. If you are willing to work in the service industry, Starbucks is definitely your best choice!
Minimum age to work at Starbucks is 16 years old. (Except for Montana where the minimum age is 14 years old.)
Mon - Fri: 5:30am - 11:00pm
Sat: 6:00am - 11:00pm
Sun: 6:00am - 10:00pm
Hours of Operation may vary by location.
Full-time, Part-time, Internship, Contract, Freelance
Starbucks provides you with different positions and available jobs are listed below. Detailed information differs from store to store.
Starbucks Barista Jobs, Starbucks Shift Supervisor Jobs, Shift Supervisor, Store Manager, Starbucks Clerk, Assistant Store Manager, Shift Manager, Barista Trainer, Cashier, Associate, Product Manager, Supervisor, District Manager, General Manager, Assistant Manager, Sales Associate, Project Manager, Recruiter, Partner, Regional Director, Coffee Master, Shift Leader, Starbucks Team Member, Customer Service Representative, Intern, Team Associate, Compliance Manager, Sales, Administrative Assistant, etc.
Starbucks Corp is a customer-focused luxury brand of coffee chain. What Starbucks provided customer with is not simply coffee, but a spirally elevating customer experience and connection. Searching thoroughly for some information of Starbucks before attending the interview will contributes to your success better. Make sure you are familiar with behavioral-based interviews and questions typically focus on key competencies relevant to the position you are interviewing for. You’d better be specific in your answers with real-life examples to answer questions like “how you have handled situations in the past”. Stay on point when answering questions and be careful not to ramble. Make sure you listen to the question fully to allow you to answer correctly. Don’t be nervous, being yourself is OK!
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