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At Einstein Bros Bagels, the mission is simple: to redefine the fast casual neighborhood bakery cafe. Einstein’s is defined by its fresh baked bagels and fresh brewed coffee, all served by a warm, friendly team in a comfortable, neighborhood cafe environment. Einstein Bros Bagels offers places — quite simply — where people want to be. Think fresh-baked goods, made-to-order sandwiches, crisp salads and gourmet coffee.
Einstein Bros Bagels are looking for Bakers, Team Members, and Shift Managers to join the team at both locations, in East Memphis and the newest opening in Bartlett. Compensation is up to $10 per hour.
The Bartlett location will be having a job fair this weekend, March 14-16 at
7780 Highway 64 at Stage Road and Kate Bond. Get an interview on the spot!
Bakers are the core of the business and the restaurants revolve around you and the products you produce! Bakers start as early as 3am! Don’t worry, if you don’t have experience, Einstein’s can teach you!
Shift Managers need a minimum of 1-year restaurant management experience and will be required to pass ServSafe certification.
All Team Members need to possess the following:
- Be able to deliver exceptional hospitality, quality, service, a clean and safe environment, and experience consistently, every time with every guest!
- Enjoy a sense of ownership — you are the face behind the bagels!
- Sense of urgency at ALL times.
Einstein Bros Bagels believes that taking great care of guests begins with taking care of its team members. Einstein Bros Bagels does something innovative around dinner time; they close the store and go home. Standard operating hours start early — at 5:30 a.m. as a leader in the breakfast fast-casual segment — and generally end around 6 p.m. No more late nights! That’s called “Quality of Life,” and it’s just one of the benefits, which also include:
- Opportunity for advancement!
- No grills, fryers or grease!
- Meal discounts for you and your immediate family!
What do you need to join Einstein Bros Bagels?
- You must be 18 years of age or older
- Ability to lift 40 lbs. on a consistent basis
- Maintain a clean, organized work area
- Able to work early morning hours
- Send resume to either firstname.lastname@example.org to apply for the East Memphis location or to email@example.com to apply for Bartlett.
- Interviews are happening now!
- Letters sent without a resume or job history will NOT be considered.
- You are also encouraged to apply in person at 4631 Poplar Ave, Monday-Thursday & Saturdays 2-5 p.m.
- Visit einsteinnoah.com for additional information.
Reported by: RandyWimbley
Published: 5:28 pm
Updated: 6:43 pm
WEST MEMPHIS, AR (abc24.com) – Need a job? Uncle Sam can
help. The Army National Guard is recruiting for hundreds of
openings. Many are right here in the Mid-South.
From tuition assistance to low cost health insurance, there are
several benefits that come along with the dozens of job openings
with the National Guard in West Memphis. But there are strings
attached. Or more fittingly, one really long one.
“It’s very important with the economy we’re in today to have a steady
job to know that you’ve got a paycheck coming in,” Staff Sergeant
Charlie Williams said.
With a nearly nine percent unemployment rate, the Mid-South knows
that all too well.
The 1123rd Transportation Company in West Memphis is looking for cooks, mechanics and truck drivers.
“Here there are over 50 slots available so it’s a great opportunity to grow, great opportunity to serve your community and be part of
something that’s better than yourself,” Williams said.
The Arkansas National Guard offers to help pay tuition or repay loans for college students and graduates. Those who haven’t
made it that far are still encouraged to apply.
“We have had somebody that actually got their bachelors degree and graduated with their master’s and that’s in the Army
National Guard and this person only started off with no GED coming into the military,” said Sergeant First Class Shonnon Sims.
All the jobs require eight weeks of basic training in boot camp. After that guard members work just 39 days a year plus
“If you like physical activities, you like to challenge yourself, we want you,” Williams said.
Guard members are paid for training and can also get bonuses while on the job. They have to commit to a six year enlistment
plus two years of inactive service.
“We like to always say we’re trying to save the world one enlistment at a time,” Sims said.
“If you’re 17 years of age up to 35 years of age we’d love to talk to you,” Williams said.
For more information call (870) 735-6920.