Working in a Starbucks store is different from any other job. You're creating genuine moments of connection with our customers, making a difference in their day. You'll handcraft delicious beverages and build relationships with our customers (and know their favourite drink), and with your fellow partners. We offer flexible schedules, great benefits and an environment that is truly welcoming.
And what we do goes outside the store, too. You'll have volunteer opportunities to do good in the community, to help out and give back to the neighborhoods we are a part of.
Baristas really are the face of Starbucks. They are an important part of our customers' day, and experts in handcrafting deliciously perfect beverages. Connecting and creating the moments that make a difference in each person's day
Shift Supervisors help direct work on the floor. Running a shift, leading a team, and making decisions that impact store operations. A great way to develop leadership skills and expanded responsibility. They also help create great experiences for partners and customers alike.
Assistant Store Managers inspire our customers while developing their management skills on their journey to running a great store on their own. Managing a P&L for a million-dollar business, building schedules, leading a team and nurturing talent—allowing those partners to become their personal best.
Store Managers run their own million-dollar business—from managing their store’s operations to responsibility for financial results. This is not a back room management position. It’s being on the front line, connecting with customers and partners. It’s the opportunity to develop your own team, hiring and welcoming new partners and future leaders for your store.
District Managers lead a multi-unit, multi-million dollar enterprise, seeing the business at a higher level. That means developing store managers and helping them learn to solve problems and drive business results. District managers are accountable for having all stores in their districts meet every standard of quality. They’re also responsible for building local strategies to manage their district’s performance by knowing their markets, their communities and their customers.