Published on March 5, 2014
5 MARCH 2014 SPECIAL ISSUE… NOT JUST TEENAGE JOBS ANYMORE! At Whole Foods Market, we empower our Team Members to make their own decisions, thus creating an environment where people are treated with respect and are highly motivated to excel. We mentor Team Members through education and on-the-job experience. As a result, we are able to fill a majority of leadership roles from our existing Team Member base. We also recognize that there are individuals with talent outside of Whole Foods Market, and have training programs to bring those new leaders into the company.
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WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT MY COMPANY? http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/about-our-products HAVE YOU TRIED ANY OF OUR RECIPES? http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/recipes HAVE YOU SEEN OUR BLOG? http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/blog/whole-story http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/companyinfo/whole-foods-market-history THIS COMPANY IS VERY PROUD OF WHO THEY ARE AND FROM WHERE THEY CAME. IT IS YOUR OWN INTEREST TO UNDERSTAND THIS. Your job is to know more about this company than the manager. This and availability will be the reason why you did or did not get the job. ===================================================================================== http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers These job posting is intended to describe the general requirements for the performance of this job. It is not a complete statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements. Other duties not listed here may be assigned by leadership. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WARNING! THIS IS A RULE NUMBER 4 ALERT YOU WILL NEED OUR OLD FRIEND ONET TO FILL OUT THESE APPLICATIONS. FAILURE TO USE ONET WILL RESULT IN FAILURE TO GET CALLED FOR INTERVIEW, LEAD TO DISAPPOINTMENT, CONTINUED UNEMPLOYMENT AND A LESSOR PAYING DEAD-END JOB. http://www.onetonline.org/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CAMELBACK STORE 4701 N. 20th Street, Phoenix Arizona 85016. Phone: 602-761-4750 Hours: 7am - 10pm seven days a week BAKERY SERVICE TEAM MEMBER (68986) As a member of our Bakery Team, your role will include setting and maintaining attractive bakery displays, preparing and serving products and supporting the regional Bakery vision. You will ensure a positive company image by providing courteous, friendly, and efficient customer service to customers and team members. The Bakery departments may include artisan bread, cakes, pastry, gelato, juice and coffee bars. 51-3011.00 Bakers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/51-3011.00?s=baker APPLY HERE: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers/find-and-apply-jobs ========================================================== BAKERY SUPERVISOR (68988) As a Bakery Supervisor, you will assist with scheduling, supervision of team members as well as with the day-to-day flow of the department. Additionally you will maintain attractive Bakery displays and support the regional Bakery vision. Your role will include working closely with the Bakery Team Leader and Associate Team Leader to ensure smooth operation of the Bakery Team. You will ensure a positive company image by providing courteous, friendly, and efficient service to customers and team members. Extensive knowledge of Bakery Team procedures and policies. - Capable of teaching others in a constructive and positive manner. Minimum 1 year of Bakery experience or equivalent. - Ability to communicate effectively with customers and team members. - Ability to operate all necessary equipment. - Strong organizational skills; basic computer skills. - Able to prioritize efficiently and delegate responsibilities. - Available for flexible scheduling to meet the needs of the department. 1-1011.00 First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/51-1011.00?s=Bakery%20Supervisor APPLY HERE: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers/find-and-apply-jobs =========================================================== PT COFFEE AND JUICE BAR TEAM MEMBER (68985) As a Coffee and Juice Bar Team Member, you will be responsible for making quality coffee and juice bar beverages according to recipes and customer requests. You will ensure that quality standards are being upheld for all
coffee/juice bar products and will contribute to team sales by suggestive selling and sampling of coffee/juice bar products. Must be available for flexible scheduling to meet the needs of the department/store. - Able to work a flexible schedule based on the needs of the store, including nights and weekends as required. 35-3022.00 Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/353022.00?s=Coffee%20and%20Juice%20Bar%20Team%20Member APPLY HERE: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers/find-and-apply-jobs ================================================================ WARNING! THIS IS A RULE NUMBER 4 ALERT YOU WILL NEED OUR OLD FRIEND ONET TO FILL OUT THESE APPLICATIONS. FAILURE TO USE ONET WILL RESULT IN FAILURE TO GET CALLED FOR INTERVIEW, LEAD TO DISAPPOINTMENT, CONTINUED UNEMPLOYMENT AND A LESSOR PAYING DEAD-END JOB. http://www.onetonline.org/ =============================================================== SPECIALTY SERVICE TEAM MEMBER (68880) As a member of our Specialty Team, your role will include setting and maintaining attractive specialty displays and supporting the regional Specialty vision. You will ensure a positive company image by providing courteous, friendly, and efficient customer service to customers and team members. The Specialty departments at most of our stores include cheese, coffee, tea, beer, wine, housewares and other specialty foods and products. 43-5081.01 Stock Clerks, Sales Floor http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/4/43-5081.01?s=grocery APPLY HERE: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers/find-and-apply-jobs ============================================================ EXPERIENCED MEAT CUTTER (68301) Your role as an Experienced Meat Cutter will include oversight of the food preparation process, creation of recipes, and the selection of items for the Meat Case. Additionally, you will perform general duties of a Meat Team Member and cut all meat for the department. Prepare specialty merchandise consistent with Whole Foods Market quality goals. Maintain a positive company image by providing courteous, friendly, and efficient customer service. Support the Meat Team Leader, Associate Team Leader, Supervisor and Regional Team in
maintaining regional standards. Minimum one year experience as Meat Team Member or equivalent. - Demonstrated ability in knife handling and use of other cutting equipment. - Excellent cutting skills, with ability to break beef into subprimals and process sub-primals into retail cuts. - Extensive knowledge of meat cuts and cooking technique. - Willingness to receive constructive feedback pertaining to job performance. - Willingness to provide exemplary customer service constantly and consistently. - Good communication skills. - A desire to learn about natural and organic foods and products. - Available for flexible scheduling to meet the needs of the department. 51-3021.00 Butchers and Meat Cutters http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/51-3021.00?s=meat%20cutter 51-3022.00 Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/2/51-3022.00?s=meat%20cutter APPLY HERE: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers/find-and-apply-jobs . ============================================================ PRODUCT TEAM FLOATER (67956) As a Product Team Floater you will work together with other Team Members to assure that all objectives and goals of the departments and store, as communicated by the Team Leader/Store Leadership, are met or exceeded. You will provide excellent customer service while serving and selling the highest quality foods. And abide by the strictest standards of physical and food safety, freshness and sanitation. 43-5081.01 Stock Clerks, Sales Floor http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/4/43-5081.01?s=grocery APPLY HERE: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers/find-and-apply-jobs ========================================================== WINE BUYER/SPECIALIST (67724) Performs all functions related to wine and specialty item preparation, counter service, sanitation, and stocking of products. Purchases and merchandises all wine and beer products for department. Maintain a positive company image by providing courteous, friendly and efficient Customer Service. - Able to work a flexible schedule based on the needs of the store, including nights, weekends and holidays as required. 43-5081.01 Stock Clerks, Sales Floor http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/2/51-3022.00?s=meat%20cutter APPLY HERE: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers/find-and-apply-jobs ===========================================================
WARNING! THIS IS A RULE NUMBER 4 ALERT YOU WILL NEED OUR OLD FRIEND ONET TO FILL OUT THESE APPLICATIONS. FAILURE TO USE ONET WILL RESULT IN FAILURE TO GET CALLED FOR INTERVIEW, LEAD TO DISAPPOINTMENT, CONTINUED UNEMPLOYMENT AND A LESSOR PAYING DEAD-END JOB. http://www.onetonline.org/ COOK (64509) – 4 OPENINGS $12.00/HR. As a Prepared Foods Production Team Member you will perform all functions relating to the maintenance and proper food preparation of the cold case, fresh pack, and salad bar. Additionally you will maintain attractive Prepared Foods displays and support the regional Prepared Foods vision. You will ensure a positive company image by providing courteous, friendly, and efficient service to customers and team members.- Previous kitchen experience focusing on hotel/banquet and/or catering a plus, able to execute large batch production recipes. -Excellent understanding of quality, scratch food production and fundamental cooking techniques. - Excellent communication skills and willingness to work as part of a team; ability to communicate effectively with customers and team members. - Ability to work with a sense of urgency and meet timelines Ability to follow instructions and procedures. - Ability to learn basic knowledge of all products carried in the department. - Understand and communicate quality goals and ingredient information to customers. - Ability to visually examine products for quality and freshness. - Effective time management skills. - Strong work ethic and integrity. - Proper handling of knives and other cutting equipment. - Available for flexible scheduling to meet the needs of the department. 35-2015.00 Cooks, Short Order http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/5/35-2015.00?s=cook APPLY HERE: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers/find-and-apply-jobs ============================================================ http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers
PARADISE VALLEY MALL 10810 N Tatum Blvd. Phoenix, Arizona 85028. Phone: 602.569.7600 Hours: 7am to 10pm Seven days a week PT DISHWASHER (60805) As a Dishwasher you will be responsible for ensuring that our production teams have sanitary tools and workspaces. This includes all duties related to dishwashing: unloading kitchen deliveries and cleaning all of the dishes, utensils, pots and pans. Other areas of responsibility include food prep work and maintaining food quality and sanitation in kitchen. Available for flexible scheduling to meet the needs of the department. 35-9021.00 Dishwashers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/35-9021.00?s=dishwasher APPLY HERE: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers/find-and-apply-jobs ============================================================ COOK (57876) As a Prepared Foods Production Team Member you will perform all functions relating to the maintenance and proper food preparation of the cold case, fresh pack, and salad bar. Additionally you will maintain attractive Prepared Foods displays and support the regional Prepared Foods vision. You will ensure a positive company image by providing courteous, friendly, and efficient service to customers and team members. 35-2015.00 Cooks, Short Order http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/5/35-2015.00?s=cook APPLY HERE: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers/find-and-apply-jobs ============================================================= PRODUCE ASSOCIATE TEAM LEADER (66402) The role of Produce Associate Team Leader performs all functions necessary to support the daily operations of the department. Responsibilities include inventory control, maintenance of back room and floor, and training and supporting of Produce Team Members. Candidates must be prepared to think, learn and contribute all while consistently communicating and modeling the Whole Foods Market vision and goals. In addition, must exhibit a desire and potential to move into a Team Leader position. MINIMUM OF 1 TO 2 YEARS OF PRODUCE EXPERIENCE, with leadership duties preferred. Passion and knowledge for Produce and Natural and Organic foods. A
desire to become a Team Leader within Whole Foods Market. Clear and effective communicator. Analytical ability and proficiency in math sufficient to calculate margins, monitor profitability and manage inventory. Strong ability to effectively work with others in a team setting. Demonstrated ability at mentoring others. Strong organizational skills. Strongly demonstrated merchandising skills. Available for flexible scheduling to meet the needs of the department. 41-1011.00 First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/41-1011.00?s=grocery APPLY HERE: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers/find-and-apply-jobs ============================================================= WARNING! THIS IS A RULE NUMBER 4 ALERT YOU WILL NEED OUR OLD FRIEND ONET TO FILL OUT THESE APPLICATIONS. FAILURE TO USE ONET WILL RESULT IN FAILURE TO GET CALLED FOR INTERVIEW, LEAD TO DISAPPOINTMENT, CONTINUED UNEMPLOYMENT AND A LESSOR PAYING DEAD-END JOB. http://www.onetonline.org/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…WHOLE FOODS MARKET… PRODUCE TEAM MEMBER AT WHOLE FOODS - ACCEPTED OFFER Interview Details –Was called in for 1 interview. Very basic interview. Was called in for a second interview and it was more serious. Then the next day i was called for the job. Interview Question – What are your weaknesses? Negotiation Details –They asked me what i was looking for (shift wise) and i said days or nights. They only had nights available. They also told me what they were going to pay me and when I would start. CASHIER AT WHOLE FOODS - ACCEPTED OFFER – INTERVIEWED
Interview Details –I applied online at home on a Thursday and was called the next day to come in for an interview the following Monday. I arrived and waited for a few minutes before a manager (I am assuming?) came to greet me and we sat down for the interview. It was very casual, at some counters near the checkout. She had a print off of my application with her but I gave her a copy of my resume anyway. She asked about 5 or 6 questions before asking for a reference at my previous job. Know the brand identity and culture! Interview Questions • What does a guest service mean to you? • What does teamwork mean to you? • Why do you want to work at Whole Foods? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------BAKERY TEAM MEMBER AT WHOLE FOODS - ACCEPTED OFFER Interview Details –Applied online and was contacted a couple days later. Had two interviews (one with front end & other with bakery after I mentioned coffee experience), which both went great. Know WFM core values and history of company, questions will be asked! Both interviews were very casual and relaxed, with plenty of laughs in between. A couple of days later I received another phone call regarding a "second" interview with the store TL. It was short and sweet about my schedule and flexibility (if I could close/open, our term for "close at 1030 then open at 5am the next day), etc. I don't know if all TL interviews are like that, but mine was! I think a couple days after that, I received a phone call from the ATL offering me the position and I have loved it ever since! Interview Question –Are you a circle or a square? Negotiation Details –The TL and ATLs told me the beginning hourly pay for each team member during my interview with the chance of raises at the 6 month and year reviews. =================================================================== SEAFOOD TEAM MEMBER AT WHOLE FOODS - ACCEPTED OFFER Interview Details – I was very determined to work for whole foods, where I was in a bad spot with my current working job, and after I had done my research and realized what a great company wfs' was to work for. I applied, applied, and I applied some more. I took the time to go into the store to introduce myself to every manager in the departments I had applied in. My first application was for a management position in the seafood department, although I had no management experience. I introduced myself to the manager he asked me a few questions, asked me to wait so he could look up my application, said he would look over it and give me a call, I re-checked my application online, and it stated the status of my application was "pursuing other candidates, but encouraged to apply for other jobs,"
So, I did, and I received an interview on a Saturday in the grocery department, after my 30 minute interview of basic questions, "schedule restrictions, what does organic mean to you, etc." The interview was concluded with, "I have a lot of people to interview, if you do not hear from me in a week, feel free to give me a call to check the status, I am very busy and can sometimes forget." I did some shopping afterwards and took the time to touch base with more managers in departments I had applied; I also went to touch base with the Seafood Manager to thank him for his words of encouragement, even though he had not chosen to hire me. He wished me luck and told me to let him know how it goes, The following Thursday (the day before I had planned to call the grocery manager to check about the job) I received a call from the seafood manager, asking if I had heard back from anyone, and that if not, he had a position that just opened up and he would really like to have me in his department if someone else had not snatched me up yet. I was THRILLED! I went in for an "interview" with him, he showed me around the department, gave me the "low-down" of what a day of work there would be like, and asked me if I had any issues with the bare-necessities I would need to work there. He offered me the position, full-time, and that was just last week, I am currently awaiting my background screening to clear and schedule my "day 1" training class. I cannot wait to start my career with whole foods, and leave behind my junk of a job I have now, PERSISTENCE REALLY DOES PAY OFF! Interview Question –What does Organic mean to you? Negotiation Details –There was no negotiation, I was more than thrilled with the offer with it being almost $3 more than what I am currently making... ================================================================ FREE E-BOOK COPIES OF THE USED JOB SHACK! Visit our Job Board for all the newest jobs, TIPS and SECRET INTEL about Real Jobs from Real Employers who need to hire a Real Worker. http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Auntie-Sue-Uncle-Bobs-USED-4550443?trk=my_groups-bgrp-v
LOCALIZE YOUR JOB SEARCH AND YOU CAN ENHANCE YOUR CHANCES OF GETTING HIRED… STAY WITHIN 5 MILES OF YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD (85008) IN CENTRAL THE PHOENIX/AIRPORT AREA….AS THIS IS YOUR SEARCH LOCAL ZONE… STEP ONE: APPLY ONLINE… http://www.careersatsafeway.com/ DID YOU KNOW? 80% of all applications get thrown away because you NEVER showed the employer that you had the skills that THEY were looking for. You got too caught up with explaining what you did instead of showing how that related to what this employer wanted. HINT: If I was an auto mechanic applying for a courtesy clerk position at Food City…the last thing I would talk about would be repairing a car…I would talk about dealing with my customers, resolving their problems…MAKE SENSE? TRY IT! IT DOES WORK MIRACLES! YOU MUST HAVE OPEN AVAILABLE TO WORK IN THIS INDUSTRY UNLESS YOU ARE APPLYING FOR PT WORK. STEP TWO: GO INTRODUCE YOURSELF…If you really want the job, demonstrate that by going over to the store and introducing yourself…If you can’t or won’t…this tells the employer everything they need to know about how seriously you REALLY want their job…NOT! Most importantly, this says that you do not care enough…that you might do this job…OR NOT? NO ONE wants to hire the person who demonstrates that they would take this job as a last resort…everyone wants to hire the person who is excited…who likes/love the work and who appreciates the opportunity to get THIS job. STEP THREE: Explain that you understand that you are being offered an opportunity and that you appreciate it…because the employer believes that they are offering you an opportunity and most applicants (mostly those not hired) never demonstrate that they get it…little-a-lone that they appreciate it. At the end of the interview, tell the employer that you still want the job…these things make a big difference and many times…means the difference between getting hired or not. APPLY NOW FROM OUR ONLINE CAREER CENTER AT http://www.careersatsafeway.com/ NOTE: ALL APPLICATIONS ARE ACCEPTED AND A CRIMINAL RECORD WILL NOT DISQUALIFY YOU FROM EMPLOYMENT!
The nature of the offence and how it related to the position that you are applying for plus the age of the offence and the circumstances of the offence. TIPSTER: HUMANIZE THIS! There is a big difference in I stole to feed my babies versus I stole that big screen TV from WALMART…GET IT???? http://www.careersatsafeway.com/ ====================================================== THE OLD FAT MAN SITTING ON THE PARK BENCH ANSWERS AN ANGRY CAMPER: “YOU LIED ABOUT SAFEWAY!” Many times in dealing with our previously incarcerated job seekers, we have found that they tend to blame the “F” word for all their difficulties in finding re-entry employment. It is an easy associate but, NOT always true. While blaming that foul, evil letter “F” that you tattoo on your forehead every new day of your job searching seems the correct thing to do but, you give it too much credit. Why did you NOT get hired at (say) Safeway had less to do with your background unless your past is directly linked or associated with the job you are applying for or you are totally exhibiting no remorse: • “YEA! I would steal that 55 inch TV again…Hell, I didn’t really steal it but it was Super bowl Sunday…I would have brought it back on Monday…REALLY! Would I do it again…well…not till Super Bowl Sunday…” • “Yea, I shot him but, he deserved it! He had not right to talk to me in that tone!” Understand that we used extreme examples but, they are true examples that applicants told their potential, new bosses at the interview. Hopefully you get the serious point of that their offensive is not the real issue but their attitude and that creates fear that the applicant has not learned anything in the process and would be more inclined to repeat the behavior as they see nothing wrong with what they originally did. If you were the hiring employer, would you want that on your watch? Would you be willing to take a risk? You know that answer! More importantly, if you did not get hired at Safeway, might have more to do with your availability. Please remember that the job description (you did read it,
didn’t ya?) told you that candidates with open availability will always be on the “A” list when they select interviewees because most stores run extended hours and as the new guy, they are hiring you to work the shifts that their older, more seasoned employees don’t want to work. That’s reality! That you couldn’t work evenings, weekends or holidays has more to do with you not getting hired that the old “F” word. That you are living in Central Phoenix and the location you applied for is in Anthem might be a good reason you didn’t get selected unless they knew you were looking to move out to Anthem (and that you communicated that to that local manager before or right after you completed the application…they do not have ESP or ESPN if they don’t have cable). The application and how you filled it out would be the primary reason why you were not selected. No slight on you because 8 out of 10 applications get tossed because they were done incorrectly. If you didn’t use our Rule # 4 formula then, you did the application incorrectly. Not bragging because it is true. If you didn’t know to get the full job description, didn’t know how to break it down to the skills and abilities that the employer was looking (screening) for…if you didn’t know how to take that and create a narrative that incorporates successfully all of the key words and phrase then you missed it by a mile – unless old lady luck was shining on you or riding shotgun with you that day. If she wasn’t and you didn’t get called…then, I would say that is why they didn’t call you because you never showed the employer that you have the specific skills and abilities that they spelled out in the job description. Please remember that just because it requires no experience does not mean that the job did not require certain skills or abilities – and sometimes a lot of them. Because you were not schooled on Rule # 4, I will cut you some slack. But, that is a method of correctly filling out an application and you should become schooled in it if you want to be successful in this new age of job searching. So...not knowing the step-by-step process you took…I would still content that there were other factors rather than (our old whipping boy) the “F” word, as to why Safeway didn’t call ya…SORRY DUDE! ================================================================== FREE E-BOOK COPIES OF THE USED JOB SHACK! Visit our Job Board for all the newest jobs, TIPS and SECRET INTEL about Real Jobs from Real Employers who need to hire a Real Worker. http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Auntie-Sue-Uncle-Bobs-USED-4550443?trk=my_groups-bgrp-v
http://www.frysfood.com/company_information/careers/Pages/default.aspx Kroger, one of the world's largest retailers, employs more than 339,000 associates who serve customers in 2,422 supermarkets and multi-department stores in 31 states under two dozen local banner names including Kroger, City Market, Dillon’s, Jay C, Food 4 Less, Fred Meyer, Fry's, King Soopers, QFC, Ralphs and Smith's. The company also operates 790 convenience stores, 344 fine jewelry stores, 1,141 supermarket fuel centers and 37 food processing plants in the U.S. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- *Note - The existence of a criminal history will not automatically disqualify you from the job you are applying for. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LOCAL STORES… FRY`S 135 - 4505 E. THOMAS RD. PHOENIX, AZ 85018 (602) 952-1288 FRY`S 002 - 3036 EAST THOMAS, PHOENIX, AZ 85016 (602) 468-9155 FRY`S 081 - 2250 EAST BASELINE ROAD, PHOENIX, AZ 85040 (602) 305-4420 FRY`S 039 - 1625 WEST CAMELBACK, PHOENIX, AZ 85015 (602) 277-9664 FRY`S 128 - 744 W. CAMELBACK ROAD, PHOENIX, AZ 85013 (602) 279-9001 =========================================================================== USED JOB SHACK INSIDER… IMPORTANT…THE COMPANY WEBSITE WILL NOT SHOW YOU ACTUAL STORE OPENINGS UPFRONT! You must do a 50 minute application to get to actual jobs! Feedback is that it is better to go into the closest store between 2-4PM to talk to someone about actual openings…unless you want to spend 50 minutes to find out there are no openings…Don’t figure that a phone is the lazy way out…as they MAY take the easy way out too and just answer “NO.”
COURTESY CLERK AT KROGER - ACCEPTED OFFER Interview Details – Applied in store and was called to interview the next day. Was very quick. Just asked very basic background questions. I don’t think there were any personality questions at all. Overall very easy process which is expected for a very low skilled job Interview Question –No difficult questions ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CASHIER - ACCEPTED OFFER Interview Details – The interview was pretty formal and easy. The Associate Manager was the one that did the interviewing and she just asked the basic retail questions. It seems that if you get an interview you'll more than likely get the job as long as you don't say anything that would jeopardize that. The manager actually spent more time talking about the company than actually asking questions. She also liked the fact that I was in college since many of the employees there were attending a college or university. They also do an oral drug test with you right away in the office after the interview. Interview Question –There wasn't any difficult or unexpected questions. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CASHIER - ACCEPTED OFFER Interview Details – I applied online. I was contacted 2 weeks later for an interview. I arrived early, and had to wait. The interviewer finally came to interview me. Was immediately asked to see my identification and SS card. She copied it, and then proceeded to give me papers describing the duties of cashier and courtesy clerk. I was asked questions regarding education, past experience, scheduling availability, customer service, and why did I want to work for Kroger. She went over the pay scale, training, scheduling, dress code, lunch/breaks, and insurance. Afterwards, I was given an oral drug test and back ground check. Exactly one week later, I was contacted to come in and do paperwork. Training was then scheduled. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CASHIER - ACCEPTED OFFER Interview Details –Initially received a phone call to schedule an interview several days after my online application. I arrived a bit early so I had to wait for about ten
minutes upstairs, I guess they weren't expecting me to be prompt. When my interviewer arrived, it was fairly straightforward and quick from then on. We went into the office and I was asked simple questions about myself, my work experience, and why I wanted to work for Kroger. At that point, the conversation shifted to the job description, work environment, expectations of me, and the drug test I'd have to take. I then was given time to ask questions, and then taken to the HR person to take my drug test. I was called a few days later when the results were in to schedule training and orientation. Easy process and the front end manager were very nice throughout it all. Interview Question –There weren't really any difficult or unexpected questions. They were fairly simple and straightforward. The only one that wasn't about me or my history was why did I want to work for Kroger, and that was simple to wing my way through. Easiest interview I've ever had. =================================================================== CASHIER - ACCEPTED OFFER Interview Details –Applied online. Standard online application included basic info and a Q&A assessment test. Do not "Strongly Agree" or "Strongly Disagree" with anything and you should pass it just fine. HR called and asked me to come in for an interview with the manager. Wear something nice Men: Collared button-down shirt (tucked in), slacks/khakis (no shorts) and belt (preferably one that matches shoe color), loafers or not-worn-out sneakers. No flip-flops or sandals. Women: Nice shirt with slacks or skirt. A dress is ok too, but make sure it is covered (if sleeveless) and an appropriate length (right above knee or longer). Shoes can be dress sandal to high heels. No flip-flops. THE MANAGER MADE IT A POINT TO TELL ME I LOOK POLISHED AND PRESENTABLE. HE HIRED ME AFTER A 5 MINUTE INTERVIEW. Interview Question –Standard interview questions, including: Why do you want to work here? Why are you a good fit for this company? What are your goals in the next few years? ========================================================================== Trader Joe's Phoenix - Town & Country (90) 4821 N 20th St, Phoenix, AZ 85016 602-912-9022 Trader Joe's Paradise Valley (282) 4726 East Shea Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85028 602-485-7788
We're looking for employees that are hardworking and have a passion for food. To apply, print out the application below and bring it in to the store. http://www.elranchomarketiga.com/downloads/I GA_job_application.pdf El Rancho Market IGA 8901 North 19th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85021 Phone: 602-870-3600 Hours: 6 am - 11 pm, daily NOTE: Have you been convicted of a felony in the last 7 years? Yes/No If yes, please explain fully… (Note: A conviction does not necessarily prohibit employment.) =================================================================== Trader Joe's Phoenix - Town & Country (90) 4821 N 20th St, Phoenix, AZ 85016 602-912-9022 Trader Joe's Paradise Valley (282) 4726 East Shea Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85028 602-485-7788 Do you possess a sense of adventure? Do you like to make people smile? Do you love great food? Would you rather wear a Hawaiian shirt to work than a suit? If the answer is, "yes!" then we have management opportunities that will challenge and excite you. Who are we? Trader Joe's, your favorite neighborhood grocery store that originated in Southern California and now operates more than 350 stores from coast to coast. And we are still growing, so we need fun, passionate leaders like you to guarantee our continued success. http://www.traderjoes.com/pdf/employment_application.pdf (Note: A conviction does not necessarily prohibit employment.)
PRO'S RANCH MARKETS More stores mean more opportunities and Pro's Ranch Markets is looking for you to join our team. Our HR Department can be reached at: (602) 254-7201. We are a fast-paced, fast track, multiple award-winning Supermarket Retailer. One of our Accomplishments includes being named Arizona Retailer of the Year - Arizona Food Marketing Alliance for 2012. And the only thing growing quicker than our acclaims is our expansion. Pro's Ranch Markets is on track to grow even more stores in the coming years. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Phoenix #1 5833 South Central Ave, Phoenix AZ 85040 Phoenix #2 5802 West Thomas Road, Phoenix AZ 85033 Phoenix #3 1602 Roosevelt Street, Phoenix AZ 85006 Phoenix #4 6730 West Camelback Road, Glendale AZ 85303 Phoenix #5 3223 W. Indian School Rd, Phoenix AZ 85017 Phoenix #6 3415 West Glendale Avenue, Phoenix AZ 85051 Phoenix #7 1118 E. Southern Ave, Mesa AZ 85204 ================================================================== CALL OUR HR DEPARTMENT AT (602) 254-7201 FOR ACTUAL OPENINGS OR GO TO THE STORE TO APPLY DIRECTLY. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- *Note - The existence of a criminal history will not automatically disqualify you from the job you are applying for. WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT MY COMPANY? http://prosranch.com/about.aspx ==================================================================
Your Career with Bashas' STARTS HERE… Enjoy shopping in one of the Bashas' Family of Food Stores, including Bashas', Food City, AJ's Fine Foods, Bashas' Diné Markets and Eddie's Country Store? Then why not start a career with us? We are always seeking friendly, talented and energetic people who want to join our team; recognizing that our success is based upon hiring people with the same passion for service and excellence we have. Whether you desire a position in one of our stores, our distribution center, corporate offices, or pharmacies, we offer careers certain to develop both your abilities and your potential. https://www.hrapply.com/bashas/AppIndex.jsp Produce Clerk 141891 Phoenix Bashas’ 011 Warner Rd and 48th St Deli Clerk 141892 Phoenix Bashas’ 011 Warner Rd and 48th St Meat Sales Clerk 141890 Phoenix Bashas’ 011 Warner Rd and 48th St Bakery Clerk 141893 Phoenix Bashas’ 011 Warner Rd and 48th St ================================================================= (Note: A conviction does not necessarily prohibit employment.) https://www.hrapply.com/bashas/AppIndex.jsp Outdoor Grill Clerk 141887 Phoenix Bashas’ 094 35th Ave and Van Buren ================================================================ (Note: A conviction does not necessarily prohibit employment.) ============================================================== Courtesy Clerk 141875 Phoenix Food City 107 Central Ave and Baseline Rd Bakery Clerk 141901 Phoenix Food City 107 Central Ave and Baseline Rd Wall Deli Clerk 141553 Phoenix Food City 107 Central Ave and Baseline Rd =============================================================
Meat Manager 141376 Phoenix Food City 143 44th St and Thomas Rd Produce Clerk 141247 Phoenix Food City 143 44th St and Thomas Rd Meat Sales Clerk 141494 Phoenix Food City 103 43rd Ave and McDowell Rd Cashier/Clerk 141491 Phoenix Food City 103 43rd Ave and McDowell Rd ================================================================== (Note: A conviction does not necessarily prohibit employment.) ========================================================== Gourmet Chef 141590 Phoenix AJ's 159 44th St and Camelback Rd Lead Bistro Clerk 141591 Phoenix AJ's 159 44th St and Camelback Rd Bakery Clerk 141617 Phoenix AJ's 159 44th St and Camelback Rd Baker 141655 Phoenix AJ's 159 44th St and Camelback Rd Asst Customer Service Manager 141895 Scottsdale AJ's 063 Lincoln Blvd and Scottsdale Rd Bistro Clerk 141463 Scottsdale AJ's 063 Lincoln Blvd and Scottsdale Rd Bistro Manager 141896 Scottsdale AJ's 063 Lincoln Blvd and Scottsdale Rd Catering Director 141569 Scottsdale AJ's 063 Lincoln Blvd and Scottsdale Rd Meat Sales Clerk 141793 Scottsdale AJ's 063 Lincoln Blvd and Scottsdale Rd Bakery Clerk 141292 Scottsdale AJ's 063 Lincoln Blvd and Scottsdale Rd Gourmet Chef 141651 Scottsdale AJ's 063 Lincoln Blvd and Scottsdale Rd ================================================================== (Note: A conviction does not necessarily prohibit employment.) ========================================================== Order Selector - Chandler Requisition # 140347 Employment history in physically demanding positions is required. One or more years’ experience loading and selecting merchandise in a high volume distribution center is preferred. Candidates must demonstrate
satisfactory employment history. Rotating days off; one weekend off per month; length of the shift may vary (usually 8-10 hours); 10am starting shift; but work until all orders are completed. Skills Requirements: Must be able to pass a pre-employment aptitude test, background check, and drug test. Must have strength and endurance to continually lift cases weighing from 75 to 100 pounds throughout a 10+ hour shift. Must be 18 years old to apply. https://www.hrapply.com/bashas/JobView.app https://www.hrapply.com/bashas/AppIndex.jsp http://www.silveradopainting.com/about.html =============================================================== SALES ASSOCIATE JOBS We believe that to be effective leaders at 7-Eleven, we must think about the needs of our customers and our teams before we tend to our own needs. We call this Servant Leadership, and it's the foundation of everything we do here. As Servant Leaders, we are guided by core values that we live by every day. These values help us serve our customers, our teams and our communities. They are the heart of 7-Eleven and what makes us who we are. (BELOW VIDEO IS A MUST WATCH – THEY ASK YOU ABOUT THIS) http://youtu.be/cVQVQxD-Xaw - THIS IS ON THE TEST (INTERVIEW)
Stores Accepting Applications 4748 E. MCDOWELL RD, PHOENIX, AZ 85008-4510 4748 E. VAN BUREN, PHOENIX, AZ 85008-6928 3948 EAST THOMAS, PHOENIX, AZ 85018-7512 5135 E. THOMAS RD. PHOENIX, AZ 85018-7914 2401 E. MCDOWELL PHOENIX, AZ 85008-3528 2843 N. 24TH ST. PHOENIX, AZ 85008-1048 3912 E. CAMELBACK PHOENIX, AZ 85018-2611 4511 N. 24TH ST, PHOENIX, AZ 85016-5201 1950 E. INDIAN SCHOOL RD. PHOENIX, AZ 85016-6017 7-Eleven Franchisees are Independent Contractors who are solely responsible to control the manner and means of the day to day operation of their stores. As such, each Franchisee solely controls all aspects of his or her employment practices. =================================================================================- WinCo Foods, the “Supermarket Low Price Leader’ is a very successful and fast growing employee owned supermarket chain. Over 14,000 employee owners make the company great and share in the success. WinCo has about 90 grocery stores and state of the art distributions centers. Stores are approximately 94,000 square feet, open 24 hours a day, and provide families with tremendous flexibility. In addition to a huge selection of groceries, stores feature a fresh bakery, a large bulk foods department, deli, fresh meat and seafood, and fresh produce departments. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Apply now for any posted position in your chosen location. YOU MAY ONLY APPLY FOR ONE POSITION EVERY 30 DAYS. Stores cannot accept application. Applications are only accepted online, unless you have a disability that prevents you from doing so.
NOTE: CONFESSION OF AN APPLICANT SLAMMER…Back when they came to town, they were new and fresh to this market. They were open and willing to create opportunities for people who had been denied just that by their background. They said “Sure, we will not reject people because merely because of their past history (ie. Criminal history)…” Based upon the kindness of their heart (recruiter, now, long since gone from the company), we slammed them at their early recruitments with what must have seemed to be every newly released person from AZ DOC (some…a lot of them…really were heavy duty guys/gals) and the recruiters freaked…the vast majority of applicants (way over 50%) were rejected by the corporation. By the time of the second round of interviews, their ads now carried, bold, block lettering that said “NO FELONIES!” After that they went to this system where you must apply online and you are screened (rejected) by computer selection for answering “YES” to have you ever been convicted? Nice and neat solution, tidy and without applicant recourse…”we selected another candidate…thank you!” This is what happens and why many employers are not willing to openly say that they are open to considering people with backgrounds – in fact, legally, it is easier to exclude everyone in this class rather than be accused of favoritism. Were the local job placement agencies to blame? Yea, as they are driven not by what is good for the employer, the community and many times not even their clients; they are driven by numbers (the need to generate numbers). This company was slammed by the sheer numbers that were herded towards them and in the end; they reacted not too well and this eliminated all opportunities for all previously incarcerated job seekers. Is this
unusual? No, this is the norm just ask Danny of Danny’s Car Washes among other local businesses. What is the solution, I don’t know? Maybe not until you tear down the way the system works, rebuilding it to consider the REAL needs of everyone in the whole community instead of the greed of agencies driven to create and required to achieve totally unrealistic placement numbers (85 hires out 100 enrolled) of hard to place job seekers because the grant structure is conducted as an E-Bay Auction to the highest bidder and goes to agency willing to bid the highest numbers. Eliminate the actual numbers to be placed and replace it with will “we will serve ___ number of _____ and work with them towards securing employment” would have helped the local business community and the applicants (the agencies) to be served. - Just a random thought or two from a former slammer and herder? THE SOAP BOX GOT MIGHT HIGH TODAY…NEED WADERS? Got a coupon? ================================================================== http://www.sprouts.com/careers THEY STRONGLY SUGGEST YOU WATCH THIS…BUT, ONLY IF YOU WANT TO WORK THERE! ==================================================================
http://jobs.sprouts.com/ GROCERY CLERK JOB Location: Phoenix, AZ, US Address: 017-1625 East Glendale Avenue http://jobs.sprouts.com/job/Phoenix-Grocery-Clerk-Job-AZ-85001/46890800/ 43-5081.01 Stock Clerks, Sales Floor http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/43-5081.01?s=Grocery%20Clerk ============================================================= WARNING! THIS IS A RULE NUMBER 4 ALERT YOU WILL NEED OUR OLD FRIEND ONET TO FILL OUT THESE APPLICATIONS. FAILURE TO USE ONET WILL RESULT IN FAILURE TO GET CALLED FOR INTERVIEW, LEAD TO DISAPPOINTMENT, CONTINUED UNEMPLOYMENT AND A LESSOR PAYING DEAD-END JOB. http://www.onetonline.org/ ============================================================= VITAMIN CLERK JOB Location: Phoenix, AZ, US Address: 017-1625 East Glendale Avenue http://jobs.sprouts.com/job/Phoenix-Vitamin-Clerk-Job-AZ-85001/46890700/ 43-5081.01 Stock Clerks, Sales Floor http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/43-5081.01?s=Grocery%20Clerk ================================================================
TIPSTER: OK…THIS A GOOD JOB DESCRIPTION TO WORK RULE NUMBER 4 WITH. ONET needed only to verify and add new thought to application. CASHIER JOB Address: 008-2824 East Indian School Rd. #126 The Cashier is responsible for processing sales quickly, accurately and efficiently while ensuring customer satisfaction through prompt and friendly service. Additionally, they are responsible for cash register operations and for safeguarding company assets. Essential Job Functions • Provides the highest level of prompt and friendly customer service; greets and thanks customers. • Maintains a positive work environment at the front end. • Scans orders accurately and efficiently; properly identifies produce items. • Correctly identifies items that do not scan and reports them properly. • Bags customer’s groceries and takes them the customer’s cars if necessary. • Collects carts from lot and surrounding area if needed. • Counts till prior to each shift and ensures security of drawer at all times. • Memorizes produce PLU codes and keeps up to date with new produce. • Accurately handles customer cash, credit/debit payments and change. • Assists customers by providing information and resolving their complaints. • Follows all front end procedures as outlined in the Cashier Manual. • Maintains knowledge of weekly ad items; gives customers direction of product location throughout the store. • Is familiar with events and seminars going on or coming up. • Maintains excellent communication with front end manager and Head Cashier at all times. • Communicates customer requests to management. • Assists with stocking shelves, facing and dusting when needed. • Ensures that checkout areas are properly maintained in a clean and orderly condition at all times. • Other related duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities • 1-2 year’s recent cashiering experience and a high school diploma or GED. • Requires strong attention to detail and proficiency with numbers; proficient in cash handling and mathematical skills; ability to read, write and count. • Excellent communication skills in order to ensure excellent customer service; outgoing and friendly. • Able to provide and receive constructive feedback. • Reliable and dependable; able to work a flexible schedule. • Ability to interact effectively at all levels and across diverse cultures. • Ability to solve practical problems. • Ability to perform repetitious activities; manual dexterity to scan or key groceries. • Excellent customer service skills and a positive attitude are essential to interact
with customers and employees. • Ability to operate front end equipment; register, calculator, scanner. Physical Requirements • Requires standing and walking for long periods of time. • Repetitive arm and hand movements; bending, carrying, and lifting. • Requires transferring product either horizontally or vertically of up to 30 pounds. • Requires moving grocery carts of up to 35 pounds. This job has specific physical requirements that may require you to lift up to 75 lbs., to operate machinery with moving mechanical parts, bend, reach, kneel, squat, stand of a long period of time, or push/pull heavy loads. Qualified candidates will be contacted. To learn more about all the benefits of working at Sprouts' and how you can become part of our growing team, apply on-line at www.sprouts.com/careers =================================================================== FOOD SERVICE WORKER • NO PRIOR FOOD EXPERIENCE NECESSARY 2500 E. Van Buren Street, ASPC - Phoenix First/Day Second/Afternoon Third/Night Supervise inmate labor and/or team members in accordance with the company and the facilities policies •Prepares, assists, or instructs inmate labor and/or team members in the preparation of a variety of food items in accordance with departmental work production standards, standardized recipes, and work instructions •Follows assigned facility housekeeping and safety practices in all preparation, oversight, and serving of correctional facility meals. High School Diploma or Equivalent •Prior institutional food service or restaurant experience is a plus. MUST BE ABLE TO SUCCESSFULLY PASS A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK AND DRUG SCREEN. http://www.trinityservicesgroup.com/careers/ =================================================================== MULTIPLE OPENINGS IF YOU GO DOWN TO FILL OUT APPLICATION
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