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Company name: Dunkin' Donuts

Position title: Crew Member

Housing: $125 per week per person

Wage per hour: 9.00$+some counter tips

English level: Advanced

Additional information: Earliest start date: 1 May, 2018
Latest start date: 10 June, 2018

Earliest end date: 31 August, 2108
Latest end date: 9 September, 2018

Location: 918 LACONIA RD, BELMONT, NH, 03220

Job description: Serving coffee, making sandwiches, prepping food, cleaning restaurant, taking orders,
ringing up food and cashiering. Clean when slow. Must be able to communicate with
customers and make change. English level required: advanced. Your work location may be
changed depending on the store needs.

Estimated hours per day: 6-8

Number of days per week: 5

Overtime: YES

Second Job: Yes, students can find a second job as long as it does not interfere with our schedule

Details for clothing: Students should have non-slip shoes. You will also need to bring blue jeans and a white polo
style shirt with short sleeved shirt. Shirts must be white solid white, have a collar, turtleneck
or mock turtleneck, can be button up or pullover, cannot be open more than 3 inches below
base of neckline or see-through.

Grooming: No visible tattoos or facial piercings including no tongue piercing. Must have a clean and
neat appearance. Long hair MUST be secured back while working.

Additional position information: Rewarding job, serving customers and filling orders. Beautiful location with lake and
mountains. The employer has 4 locations and they may change your work location when you
arrive.

Students will be working in such positions as cashiers, food makers. Participants should be flexible and outgoing. Job involves communication with clients and making quick decisions.

Students need to show the receipt from Social Security Administration before starting to work.

Student will be provided with company shirt and hat and need to bring own khaki shorts and slip-resistant shoes.

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