History of Auntie Anne’s

Through its chain of 600 generally franchised locations, Auntie Anne’s, Inc. sells soft, warm pretzels. From its origins in a Pennsylvania farmers’ market, the company grew explosively throughout the 1990s. Its stores have become fixtures in malls across the country, where baking aromas, the view of employee’s hand-rolling dough, and free samples allure shoppers into buying a softer, sweeter cousin of the prepackaged pretzel. Auntie Anne’s has rolled into airports and train stations and has begun pursuing exchange locations such as Wal-Mart. The chain also has expanded into several Asian countries. The secret of its achievement is to put people first and income will follow. Anne Beiler is the founder and CEO of Auntie Anne’s Company. Philanthropy has always played a important part in the company’s planning.

Job Description/Average Wage

Maintenance Mechanic: The responsibility of the Maintenance Mechanic is to sustain the production facility as well as keep the production and warehouse equipment in excellent working order. Some of your essential duties are as follows:

  • Efficiently troubleshoot and execute repairs on equipment during operations.
  • Perform defensive maintenance on equipment per program.
  • Proactively report possible equipment problems to Maintenance Manager.
  • Document all maintenance events and work instructions.
  • Understand and make use of safe work practices within an industrial environment. Maintain a secure work environment for all employees.

Your average wage will be from $38,000 to $41,000 a year.

Shift Manager: A Shift Manager is responsible for overseeing shift.  You’re going to confirm that the floor is ran correctly, as well as take orders, assist customers, and more.  A restaurant shift manager must have strong leadership qualities. You must be liable for a team of staff, including kitchen workers and waiters, and must have strong managerial skills and a confident, professional manner. Shift managers are expected to contract with customer grievances that have been escalated by waiters and waitresses. This job pays an average of $7 to $8 an hour.

Crew Member: A crew member is accountable for doing just about the whole thing throughout the restaurant.  From cleaning the bathrooms, to cleaning the dining room area, as well as cooking food.  Crew members should be able to multitask, often dropping one duty to execute another. They should love customer service and work well in a team situation. The average wage for this job is $7 – $8 an hour.

Store Operations Specialist: An operations specialist should show awareness to detail and the ability to explore problems and situations, however, operations specialists must also have solid communication skills. Common duties include maintaining equipment with store fixtures, troubleshooting technical problems, overseeing customer service operations as well as maintaining store files. The annual salary for this position is $34,000-$36,000.

Benefits

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision and prescription health benefits
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Paid time off
  • Eight paid holidays
  • Educational reimbursement plan

How to apply

Auntie Anne’s offers a family oriented working setting built on communication and shared value. If you are interested in one of these positions or one of the many other available positions you should visit their website at:  http://www.auntieannes.com/Careers/CorporateJobs.aspx

To be considered for the position you are applying, please complete their application and/or put forward your résumé and cover letter to: careers@auntieannesinc.com.

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