Go in clean and make food
From 9 to 16.30
I found it difficult to transition into rapid order-making and the flow of customers, but once everyone knows their designated tasks it makes the process easier, especially in the kitchen. There's rarely any leisure time and always something that needs to be done in the off-chance the store slows, so you're never bored.
Busy. But I can honestly say that Sheetz takes excellent care of their employees.
Depending on your store and shift it can very. On weekends stores are more busy and usually less staffed. Weekdays during the day time lunches will be very hectic as well as right after most people get out of work.
- Clock in
- Do the wipe-down previous shift forgot (done every 4 hours)
- Take note of what codes on the units
- Make a list of what all needed stocking
- Stock the units
- Occasionally take over register
- Take out trash
- Take out cardboard
- Sweep and mop
- And make food in between all of that
My location was busy 24/7. Theres never usually any down times but there is always something to do so time passes quickly.
Very busy but can be fun
Customer service is number one at Sheetz! Make sure that the guest experience is by far the best that they have ever experienced from anywhere else. From cashing out a customer to assisting them in getting just the right product they want that is the focus. Then cleaning and stocking the store, as well as making sure the products served are the freshest and most eye appealing they can be. Meet, greet and thank customers and portray yourself a a Sheetz ambassador is the best way to succeed.
Third shift isn't busy?! There's 3 of us if we beg enough we get 4th team member who might not survive the shift, we each get 30 minutes break after 5 hrs working. Your the jack of all trades, cook, clean, customers, cashier and stock. Or don't get the job. We have to extra super clean the store while we have midnight rush of dozens of customers then the bar closed rush after 2pm which is just ever so much fun and finally the morning madness rush starting around 5 for mostly the factory and hospital workers who line up even outside when there gets too many people. Lines of people at each rush. With short staffed shift. Oh and don't forget to clean because the other shifts can only do so much and stock the shelves between the rushes. Oh and when you do get a break its right next to sink where you just did dishes on a card table 90% covered and plastic lawn chair; but you will have a spot to squeeze in there. It's just great! Who wouldn't want to work here?!
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