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Emerald Coast Confections of Pier Park

Fudge Chef



Job Description
JOB SUMMARY
Works under direction of the Shoppe Manager. Makes assigned products in the shoppe. Possible products include: fudge, corns, brittles, caramel and/or chocolate dipped items, waffle cones / bowls. Also performs customer service duties; cleans and restocks.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1. Greets and interacts with customers
2. Answers customer questions and makes sales suggestions
3. Knows Kilwins History
4. Makes product following Kilwins approved recipes
5. Follows proper sanitation / health department regulations for food handling
6. Quality control
7. Properly stores products
8. Restocks product displays
9. General cleaning; dust, sweep, mop, and wash windows, empty garbage
10. Gives samples of designated items

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITY
1. Assists drivers when deliveries are made
2. Puts away, rotate stock. Helps update prices
3. Cleans/polishes equipment

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITY
1. Ability to work well with others, listens well and follows direction
2. Must be customer service oriented, with good personality and manners
3. Must read and speak English and have good communication skills

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
1. Previous sales experience helpful, but not necessary
2. Ability to follow directions/instructions during training period

PHYSICAL REQUIRMENTS
1. Must be able to lift 40 pounds
2. Must be able to stand for long periods of time in retail st








About Emerald Coast Confections of Pier Park
We are a locally owned franchised chocolate, fudge and ice cream store located at Pier Park in Panama City Beach, FL.


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