to start -Work 2 or more overnight shifts a week

$11.00 to start -Work 2 or more overnight shifts a week
at the following location(s):
East Bank - AURORA, CO
Description:
Looking for a job that fits your scheduling needs? We are open 24 hours a day and can provide you with a flexible schedule. Give us a try, you will be glad you did!
It's time you worked for someone who will give you the tools to learn, grow and be what you want to be - both personally and professionally. We're looking for hard working, enthusiastic individuals who want to be a part of a winning team. If you enjoy working with people and love to learn new things, we want to meet you.
As a Crew Person, you may be responsible for:
? Greeting customers with a smile
? Taking accurate food orders
? Preparing all of McDonald?s World Famous food
? Partnering with other Crew and Managers to meet target goals during your shift
? Restaurant Cleanliness
? Ensuring items are well stocked
Requirements:
18+ years or older
Additional Info:
Starting Pay: $11.00 hour; no experience necessary.
This job posting is for a position in a restaurant owned and operated by an independent franchisee, not McDonald?s Corporation or McDonald?s USA, LLC. This means the independent franchisee, and not McDonald?s Corporation or McDonald?s USA, LLC, is alone responsible for all employment related matters in the restaurant including, among other things, setting any requirements for this job and all decisions concerning hiring, firing, discipline, supervisions, staffing and scheduling. If you are hired for this job posting, the independent franchisee, and not McDonald?s Corporation or McDonald?s USA, LLC, will be your employer.
This job posting contains some general information about what it is like to work in a McDonald?s restaurant, but is not a complete job description. People who work in a McDonald?s restaurant perform a number of different tasks every day, and this posting does not list all of the essential functions of the job. 8a441f6efb9042f4ba6a6980d44720bc

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