Pros: flexible scheduling, commission from deliveries
Cons: car maintenence, inconsistant pay, low hourly pay
There are two main positions under the managers: insiders and drivers.
Insiders make food, answer phones, take money at the register, keep the front of the store organized and clean, and stock the food on the make-line. If need be, they will also label boxes, unload the oven, and sort delivery orders from carry-out orders. They generally earn minimum wage.
Drivers do much of the same work as insiders in the store, but their focus is on delivering orders in a timely manner. Apart from that, how drivers' responsibilities are divided will vary from store to store. Our store assigns one to two drivers to do prep work during the day, one to do the day's dishes, one to fold food boxes and recycle old boxes, one to clean pans, and two to clean the store at the end of the night. Our drivers earn $6.35 an hour with $1.25 per delivery ($1.50 with a car-top) but this varies between stores, franchises, and states. Overall, the majority of a driver's pay comes from tips and commission.