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What does a "crew member" do in a restaurant?

What does a "crew member" do in a restaurant? Topic: Boston market jobs application
July 18, 2019 / By Ashton
Question: I want to apply for a job and on snagajob it says that near me, Boston Market is hiring crew members. What does a crew member do? It doesn't really explain it, but it says you have to be 16+ and I'm 17 and I've worked at another food place before so maybe that would be advantageous for me. I'm just confused as to what a crew member does. Thanks! Also, is Boston Market a restaurant AND a grocery store??
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Zubin Zubin | 8 days ago
Typically a 'crew member' is trained to do many of the jobs so they can fill-in where needed. It could be waiting tables, cashier, clerk, or possibly a kitchen task at times. Boston Market is basically an eat-in or take-out type of restaurant. They may have a few displays of additional items for sale but they aren't a grocery store, primarily a restaurant. Good luck with your application.
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Zubin Originally Answered: Do I need a work permit and resume to work as a crew member in Mcdonalds if I'm 17?
Not for the interview. When and if you get hired yes you will need those things. Although you can bring a resume and a cover letter if you'd like.
Zubin Originally Answered: Do I need a work permit and resume to work as a crew member in Mcdonalds if I'm 17?
Yes Everyone under the age of 18 must by law have a work permit. You don't bring everything you ask for they will not even talk to you
Zubin Originally Answered: Do I need a work permit and resume to work as a crew member in Mcdonalds if I'm 17?
This is not a national or federal law. You need to find out the law of your STATE, COUNTY, and/or CITY on work permits. We can't help you on this so you need to find out what you are going to need.

Sol Sol
that is the term used now adays ,you will be schedule any where in the orgnisation for packing,cleaning,waiting,cash and other---cheers
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