Team Member Career Opportunities
A Shift Manager (SM) provides shift leadership and supervision of team members to support the management team in achieving restaurant goals. Shift Managers are self-sufficient while running a shift and often act as “manager in charge” (MIC) of the restaurant. Key areas of focus include:
- Helps maintain SOS goals, guest relations and product quality
- Monitors labor and other costs to ensure they are in acceptable variances and maintains all business standards
- Coaches and supports team members to ensure a great guest experience
Shift Managers perform hands-on operational work to train employees, respond to customer service needs, ensures proper cash control, and role-model appropriate skills and behaviors in the restaurant.
Team Member/Team Trainer
Taco Bell’s team members are probably the most important employees in the restaurant because their actions and behaviors directly impact whether or not our guests have a good or bad experience! Team members are responsible for taking orders, preparing food, maintaining food-safety standards, performing cleaning tasks, providing great guest service and hospitality, and ensuring overall guest satisfaction. In essence, they are the “face” of Taco Bell to our valued customers.
A Team Trainer performs the same roles as a Team Member, with an emphasis on Training.
If you are interested in a non-management position with Tacala, please click here to be directed to CareerBuilder. You may also download and print the Tacala Employee Application below to bring with you to a designated Interview Day at a Taco Bell restaurant in your area. Interview Days take place during the week, from 3pm-7pm, and are conducted by a Hiring Manager. Please contact the Taco Bell nearest you to find out the exact day that interviews are being held. You can find your local Taco Bell by entering your state, city or zip code on our “Locations” page.