TITLE: Caribou Coffee Barista

DEPARTMENT: Food and Beverage/Caibou

REPORTS TO: Caribou Coffee Shift Leader, Caribou Coffee Manager, Food and Beverage Director


EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS PROFILE: Restaurant, retail or guest service experience preferred.

FUNCTION: Knowledge of basic store operations. Ability to assist in training of new Associates in store roles preferred. Ability to motivate other Associates preferred.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Welcomes guests into the store. 2. Prepares beverages and serves food products according to Caribou’s policies and procedures. 3. Develops personal ongoing relationships with customers. 4. Floats between barista, guest service or wherever help is needed. 5. Manages cash drawer and follows all cash handling policies and procedures. 6. Stocks and organizes the store as needed. 7. Ensures dining area is clean, free of debris and well maintained. 8. Prepares product for later shifts. 9. Weighs out beans for the rest of the day and the next shift. 10. Prepares oatmeal cups, cold press and cooler mix. 11. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. 12. Regular attendance necessary. 12. Available and willing to work any changes in hours on the schedule at anytime during employment.

NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: Present oneself as a credit to Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel and Dacotah Ridge and encourage others to do so also.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ATTRIBUTES: Problem solving, maintaining the look and feel of a well-run store, and being resilient under pressure.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: 1. Normal Mobility throughout the facility. 2. Able to work under stressful conditions. 3. Able to stand for long periods of time. 4. Able to lift 30lbs.

DISCLAIMER: This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change (e.g. emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs or technical developments).