FOOD SERVICE WORKER 1 (BARISTA) – SUZZALLO LIBRARYUniversity of Washington
For detailed information on Benefits for this position, click here. Are you looking for an opportunity to bring your amazing service experience to a job where you make each customer’s day, one customer at a time? Are you ready to see how Starbucks and the University of Washington are partnering to make our Suzzallo Library location “the” neighborhood gathering place, where a customer’s beverage is just as important as their experience of warmth and belonging?
The University of Washington Seattle campus operates two Starbucks Licensed Stores, located in the Husky Den and Suzzallo Library. We offer you the opportunity to join the University community and deliver the renowned Starbucks experience that is known the World over! In doing so, you will connect with customers who may be starting their college educations, or are doing ground-breaking research. Chances are, once you make that connection, you will see them again and again.
We invite you to apply now! Our Licensed Store Baristas receive 40 hours of Starbucks training before working the bar, as well as the support and resources of an engaged leadership team. That means you are getting the very same training that every Starbucks employee gets! When you become a Starbucks partner on campus, you are joining UW Dining and Housing & Food Services as a state employee with the full complement of associated benefits.
There are no minimum qualifications for this position. If hired, you must obtain a Washington Food Worker’s card within two weeks of employment.
We are currently seeking a barista who is interested in working Sunday through Thursday, 12:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Schedules may be changed with two weeks’ notice. Starbucks barista positons are 9-month cyclic positions that will work full-time from mid-September through mid-June, when UW classes are in-session.
The salary range for the Food Service Worker Lead position is $2,776 - $3,120 per month, depending upon experience, plus full benefits.
You can learn more about UW Dining and Housing & Food services at hfs.uw.edu/.
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