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Pizza Hut - Lancaster - Checkout Assistant
Pizza Hut LancasterNew Texas, PA
In addition, you'll often be responsible for making sure the front of the house is neat and orderly, restocking items, and answering the phone The ideal candidate is dependable and reliable with excellent customer service skills, top-notch accuracy, and displays exceptional customer service to ensure the guests will return.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Pizza Hut - Lancaster - Driver
Pizza Hut LancasterNew Texas, PA
Job Description Pizza Hut - Lancaster, Lancaster, TX Pizza Hut - Lancaster is hiring a qualified full time or part time Driver to join our team in Lancaster, TX. As a driver, you are the face of our brand.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Pizza Hut - Lancaster - Shift Leader
Pizza Hut LancasterNew Texas, PA
Shift Leader Job Essentials: -Must be able to demonstrate you are committed, hard-working, honest and friendly.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Pizza Hut - Lancaster - Shift Manager
Pizza Hut LancasterNew Texas, PA
A successful Shift Manager will keep everything running smoothly and roll up their sleeves to join their team when needed.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Pizza Hut - Lancaster - Team Member
Pizza Hut LancasterNew Texas, PA
As a team member at Pizza Hut - Lancaster, you're fully immersed in the spirit of the establishment and responsible for providing a memorable guest experience.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Pizza Hut - Lancaster - Cook
Pizza Hut LancasterNew Texas, PA
As a cook, you should be able to follow recipes and take direction from the Chef or Sous Chef and also explore your creativity where appropriate.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Pizza Hut - Lancaster - Pizza Hut Delivery Driver
Pizza Hut LancasterNew Texas, PA
That's right, we'll pay you to cruise around in your mobile office – your car – listening to your own tunes and delivering great pizza – and pasta.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Pizza Hut - Lancaster - Cashier
Pizza Hut LancasterNew Texas, PA
Job Description Pizza Hut - Lancaster, Lancaster, TX Pizza Hut - Lancaster is hiring a qualified full time or part time cashier to become a valuable team member on our Lancaster, TX staff now.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Pizza Hut - Lancaster - Pizza Hut Team Member - Cook
Pizza Hut LancasterNew Texas, PA
It's about being independent and having fun, making new friends and earning extra cash.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Pizza Hut - Lancaster - Assistant Manager
Pizza Hut LancasterNew Texas, PA
Job Description Pizza Hut - Lancaster, Lancaster, TX As the Assistant Manager, you'll have a lot of face time with guests and employees.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Pizza Hut - Lancaster - Manager
Pizza Hut LancasterNew Texas, PA
You should prioritize outstanding guest service and will be responsible for sourcing, hiring and developing team members.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Pizza Hut - Lancaster - Pizza Hut Team Member
Pizza Hut LancasterNew Texas, PA
It's about being independent and having fun, making new friends and earning extra cash.
Last updated 30+ days ago
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