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Food Counter Attendant

  • Mad Pizza Company Inc. dba Domino's Pizza

  • Vancouver, BC

  • Posting Date: Mar 04, 2022

  • Expiry Date: Aug 31, 2022

  • Job ID: 24590

Expired FEATURED SPONSORED Full time Food Services

Job Description

Mad Pizza Company Inc. dba Domino's Pizza is looking for 6 full/time Food Counter Attendants on permanent basis for their pizza shops located in the Lower Mainland / Greater Vancouver area for
(35-40 hour/week) with a salary of $15.50 to $17.00/hr. (depending on exp.).


Job requirements:

  • Some secondary school education would be an asset.
  • Training will be provided on-the-job.
  • No experience required.



  • Take customers’ orders
  • Clean, unwrap, slice and trim food products by means of manual and electric appliances
  • Assist in preparing orders such as pizza, pasta, salads, and other items as per customers' preference
  • Handle guest complaints and notify manager on duty immediately
  • Provide timely, pleasant, and polite service to patrons
  • Maintain sanitation of the work place including floors, tables, ledges, and counters
  • Maintain awareness with menu and special items


Work Locations:

4298 Dunbar St., Vancouver BC, V6S 2E9

777 Denman Street, Vancouver BC, V6G 2L7

190-11700 Cambie Road, Richmond, BC, V6X 1L5

2958 W Broadway, Vancouver BC, V6K 2G8

4426 W 10th Avenue, Vancouver BC, V6R 2H9


Please email resume to

Interested applicants shall be able to work any day, any shift - may include overtime.

Youth, seniors, persons with disabilities, aboriginal peoples and newcomers are encouraged to apply as well.

No phone calls or drop-ins please.

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