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Marco's Pizza Combee Rd

Delivery Driver



Job Description
Checks all products for accuracy against quality standards and deliver products to customers in a safe, courteous, and timely manner while working as part of a team. Support the restaurant by performing other workstation duties. Comply with Marco’s uniform, appearance, and operations standards as defined in the Operations Manual, Cross-Training Guidebook, Team Member Handbook, and with federal, state, and local laws and ordinances.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Perform duties including pre-delivery vehicle preparation, learning the delivery area, checking orders for quality and accuracy, following proper delivery procedures; providing quality customer service through positive and professional interaction with customers in person or by phone, and acting with a sense of urgency in everything they do. Perform other assigned workstation duties including making quality products, preparing ingredients and taking orders.

Work as part of a team and assist each other by being on time for their shift, supporting other workstations during their shift and completing all closing duties, including cleaning, at the end of each shift. Enhance the company's image by complying with uniform and appearance standards. Contribute to an atmosphere of teamwork, energy and fun.







About Marco's Pizza Combee Rd
Among the top 25 pizza franchises in the United States, only one was founded by a native Italian: Marco’s Pizza®. Pasquale “Pat” Giammarco immigrated to America with his family at 9 and started his first pizza restaurant in 1978 in Toledo, Ohio. Now, we have 800 stores in more than 30 states and four countries.



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