Location: Dulles Town Center, VA
Experience: Entry Level
Join our dynamic team We are hiring Baristas to join our team and provide world class service to guests from all over the world. As a part of the HMSHost family, you will have the chance to be a part of this exciting opportunity. The Barista creates the Starbucks Experience for our customers by providing quality beverages and products, quick service and providing a fun and memorable experience for our guests.What you will do- Greet all guests with a smile while taking food and drink orders, answering any questions, calling guests by name and thanking them for their order- Provide and prepare quality beverages and food products consistently to all guests by adhering to recipe and presentation standards while also providing legendary service- Stay calm during periods of high volume to keep the store operating properly and set a positive example for the team- Operate a cash register and receive payment from guests, while following all Starbucks and HMSHost customer service and cash handling policies and procedures- Keep the store clean, stocked, organized and decorate customer display areas- Acts with integrity, honesty and knowledge to enhance the culture, values and mission of Starbucks and HMSHost while following operational policies and procedures, including those for safety and security
What skills you will need- You have strong social skills and love to meet new people- You have the ability to stay calm and enjoy working in a fast and exciting environment- You love to learn new things and are able to pick up new skills quickly- You have the ability to understand and follow verbal & written instructions, policies & rules, and to requestassistance when needed- You are able to perform basic math skills to accurately count money and make change- You are able to work well with others to help create a strong and cooperative team
To learn more about HMSHost and additional career opportunities, visit https://www.hmshost.com/.Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran (M/F/D/V) Drug Free Workplace (DFW)
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Barista is $27,665 per year or $13 per hour. The highest paying Barista jobs have a salary over $34,000 per year while the lowest paying Barista jobs pay $22,000 per year
Tellers are bank employees who handle face-to-face or in-person transactions of clients. They are the bank's front liners, and they interact with clients on a daily basis. They process requests related to the clients' bank accounts, including, but not limited to, opening and closing accounts, withdrawing and depositing cash and checks, processing loan requests, accepting payments, validating transactions, and answering any other questions that a client may have. They should also be familiar with the bank's products and services. Tellers should have good customer service skills, attention to detail, and basic accounting skills.
A certified nursing assistant generally assists patients in their healthcare needs and medical procedures. They support patients in their daily activities by monitoring patients' temperature and food intake, ensuring the cleanliness of the patient's room, and keeping documentation of patients' conditions for reference of nurses and doctors. A certified nursing assistant should also communicate with patients' families and provide updates as often as needed. It is also important that a nursing assistant is patient and compassionate enough to attend to direct patient needs, which could get demanding or challenging at times.
Being a teacher is one of the most passionate professions, among others. Teachers educate, motivate, and guide every generation of learners to prepare them for the real world. Every teacher is unique and has their own teaching styles and methods depending on the subject they teach and the age of their students. Oftentimes they also function as a parent, counselor, coach, friend, and even a lawmaker. There is essentially no limit to the roles a teacher portrays.
A security officer is responsible for maintaining the peace and safety of everyone by regularly patrolling and monitoring surveillance equipment within the assigned premises. Security officers' duties also include reporting suspicious behaviors, restricting trespassers and unauthorized personnel from entering the establishment, providing incident reports for policy violations, and adhering to the standard protocols and legal requirements set by the management. Security offers must also have excellent decision-making and critical-thinking skills and extensive knowledge of emergency drills in case any unfortunate circumstances arise.
Specialists are employees who are responsible for specific tasks or activities in the department they are assigned to. The actions or tasks they work on are related to their educational background or work experiences. They are usually highly skilled in specializations related to the work they are assigned to. Specialists are also highly trained on the competencies that are required of their specialty. As such, they are focused on the skills and competencies that are needed to enhance their experience in their specific field further.
No, you cannot make $100,000 per year as a barista. It is highly unlikely to earn over $100k because the average annual salary for a barista is $27,665. Even baristas in higher-paid positions do not typically earn more than $34,000 per year.
No, barista jobs are usually not hard.
Some baristas specialize in other skills like latte art which takes time but, with practice, can be done. On top of skills, if you have good customer service skills, being a barista becomes easier the more experience you gain. Because it requires an understanding of how to make specific or customized drinks, the more you practice, the easier it is to adapt and make it efficiently and accurately.
Being a barista generally doesn't require any college degree. There are specific barista training courses and programs that you can enroll in. However, some employers may not ask for that and provide you with on-the-job training instead.
No, baristas generally don't make a lot of money. The average barista salary is roughly $25,000 per year.
On the lower end of the salary range, people make around $20,000 a year, while the higher end only makes approximately $30,000. Depending on location and experience, the pay will vary. Some of the top-paying states are Oregon, Vermont, and New Hampshire. Getting a mid-level or senior-level barista position (such as a lead barista) can offer higher pay close to $35,000.
Because baristas are typically expected to make money on tips, they are generally paid minimum wage, either the federal salary at $7.25 or their state's minimum wage. Tips then can play a significant role in how much money baristas make.