Enthusiastic handworker with over a year of barista experience eager to contribute to business success. Experienced in providing high quality barista work. Focused on customer satisfaction and team productivity.
As a barista at Starbucks I was responsible for making drinks, greeting customers, cleaning restrooms, back of house, and front of house, as well as calibrating the espresso machines to ensure they are pulling the right amount of espresso. It is a very fast paced job as it is the busiest coffee shop in town due to being close to a high school and several other businesses. After a year of working at Starbucks I have moved up from a barista, to a barista trainer. This entails training new baristas how to make drinks, clean the store, and work in a fast and efficient way without sacrificing any quality in the final product. Working at Starbucks has taught me how to think critically and efficiently in the work environment, as well as the importance of working together with coworkers to achieve a common goal.
greeted customers. cleaned the store. cooked food. organized back of house. worked well with team during peak to provide customers with quality food in an efficient manner.
My responsibilities at Mcdonalds included making food, making espresso and coffee drinks, greeting customers, working the register, cleaning front and back of store, and working to create a friendly and efficient work environment. Additionally, I drove team success by completing jobs quickly and accurately. I Worked hard to learn all required tasks quickly to maximize performance.
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