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Food Truck AssistantDouble Dutch Fries CBD / Auckland Hospitality / Service Paid position(Know your rights) $17 an hour Hospitality experience is highly desirable
Who we are
We are introducing authentic handcut Dutch fries to New Zealand. After operating for less than a year, we have been named amongst Auckland’s best fries and have been featured in the Denizen. We are growing fast and are therefore looking for some extra help!
We operate out of a food trailer that travels all over Auckland. We literally change ‘our office’ almost every day which is one of the things we love. We also have a store in the CBD that is open Monday to Friday. Due to the business being mobile, candidates must have their own transport to get to the different locations reliably.
You would be working around 12 hours per week, as there are multiple vacancies – exact hours are flexible and to be discussed. You would have to be flexible to work across either during the week or over the weekend.
We are simply looking for someone fun with a good attitude and work ethic. Previous hospitality experience is desired, however not required. It would be handy if you spoke Dutch but again not essential. Clear communication skills are essential though. Obviously we are looking for someone to fill the position for at least 3 months.
This is a customer facing role so decent banter is definitely required. Apart from that, you simply show up at the concert, event, wedding, market or store in the CBD, jump in and keep people happy whilst serving them cones of fries.
– Free tickets to concerts and events
– Free food swaps from other food trucks
– Chill and listen to music if it’s not busy
– Earn $17 an hour!
– Interact with all types of people because lets face it, everyone loves chips!
If this opportunity interests you, apply online today!
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