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How to Apply For a Job at Starbucks
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To apply directly through Starbucks, head over to their corporate career site at http://www.starbucks.com/career-center
and fill out an online job application.
You can apply to up to five stores at the same time when you submit a job application online. That can be a great time-saver, and you’ll want to make the most of it.
Note: If you live in an area where there are more than five Starbucks locations where you’d be willing to work, it would be a good idea to call the stores individually to find out if they’re hiring. You don’t want to use up one of your five potential locations on a store that isn’t hiring. Choose wisely.
Apply in person
You can’t apply in person at standalone Starbucks stores, but you can do so at some of the franchised stores found in places like grocery stores, Target, or Barnes & Noble. Do your homework, find out which application methods are available to you, and make a decision based on your preferences.
The Starbucks Application Process
The Starbucks job application is simple, and takes approximately 10 – 20 minutes to complete, depending on how much preparation you’ve done beforehand and how quickly you’re able to type and navigate through the process.
The application is focused on your work / education history and scheduling preferences. If you aren’t available to work the busiest shifts, getting a job can be more difficult. So in most cases, flexibility is key, and you should do your best to demonstrate your flexibility on the application.
Also, be sure to double (and triple) check your Starbucks job applications before you submit it. You will not be able to edit any information once it’s submitted.
When you apply to Starbucks, you give them permission to perform a background check. So make sure that you’re honest about any criminal convictions – chances are good that they will be discovered anyway.
How long does Starbucks keep your application on file?
An application for a barista or shift supervisor position will remain in their database for 60 days. So if you apply and don’t hear back within 60 days, you will need to apply again to be considered. Applications for other positions remain in the database for a year.
How To Get Updates on Your Starbucks Job Applications
If you use StartWire to manage your job applications, we will track the status of your application for you. We’ll let you know when it’s been read, and if you are no longer being considered for the position. Sign up for StartWire
Jobs available at Starbucks
Starbucks prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer, and it’s something that they take very seriously. All people, regardless of age, gender, race, political preference, or sexual orientation are welcome to work at Starbucks.
Who is Starbucks Hiring?
The most commonly available positions at Starbucks stores are for baristas and shift supervisors. However, if you have management experience, store manager positions are also available.
At the corporate offices, there are many different types of jobs available. Everything from customer service to accounting to IT to executive positions are available. No matter what your work experience or educational background looks like, chances are good that there’s a position you’re qualified for at Starbucks. Search Starbucks jobs
Types of people Starbucks wants to hire
Starbucks puts a huge emphasis on treating their customers well – it’s one of the things that they do better than just about everybody else. Successful candidates will be friendly, personable, and able to relate well with others. All employees at Starbucks interact with the customers on a regular basis (there are no back room jobs), so having good people skills is incredibly important.
You have to be 16 to work at Starbucks in all states except for Montana (where you only need to be 14).
Starbucks was founded by Jerry Baldwin, Gordon Bowker, and Zev Siegl. The current Chairman, President, and CEO is Howard Schultz.
In 2012, Starbucks reported earning over $13 billion in revenue. Their operating income was nearly $2 billion, and their net income was $1.38 billion.
The very first Starbucks was opened in 1971 by Jerry Baldwin, Gordon Bowker, and Zev Siegl. At the time, they didn’t sell brewed coffee – they simply provided beans and brewing supplies.
In 1987, the original founders sold the company to Howard Schultz (the current CEO), who quickly expanded the company to new markets. By 1992, there were 140 Starbucks outlets in the United States, with revenue over $70 million.
The expansion continued throughout the next decade. During most of the 1990s, there was an average of one new Starbucks location opened every day (from Monday through Friday). Today, there are more than 20,000 locations worldwide.