Ice Cream Shop Jobs

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Full & Part Time Positions at Ice Cream Parlor Outlets: Team Members, Shift Managers, Ice Cream Man & More


Baskin Robbins Application

Ben And Jerry's Application

Braum's Ice Cream And Dairy Store Application

Bruster's Ice Cream Application

Carvel Application

Cold Stone Creamery Application

Dairy Queen Application

Golden Spoon Frozen Yogurt Application

Haagen Dazs Application

MaggieMoo's Application

Marble Slab Creamery Application

Menchie's Application

Orange Leaf Application

Pinkberry Application

Red Mango Application

Swensen's Application

TCBY Application

Yogen Fruz Application

Yogurtland Application

How to Get Hired at an Ice Cream Shop
Customer service skills prove vital in the ice cream industry. Workers must ensure guests leave with pleasant memories of the experience, atmosphere, service, and ice cream, which increase the likelihood of return trips. Employers usually do not require entry-level candidates to hold previous experience working for ice cream parlors, though positions in management or ice cream-making often entail more rigorous training for less qualified individuals. Job hopefuls typically stand as young as 16 years old, depending on applicable state laws. Generally, a high school diploma or the equivalent proves sufficient for applicants to achieve hire in any position, including managerial roles, at ice cream parlors across the U.S.

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Job Outlook
Over 80,000 people currently work in more than 7,600 ice cream companies active in the industry, according to an IBIS World report. Still, competition from the progressively more popular frozen yogurt bar industry necessitates ice cream makers undertake new strategies to remain profitable and thriving. Inventive sweet creations may draw curious patrons to the shop. Many stores now personally make the ice cream in the shop as opposed to ordering from distributors to appeal to customers who prefer locally produced goods. Businesses also strive to create higher-quality products in attempts to fulfill more exclusive and upscale niches in the food industry as well as attracting the growing population of health-conscious consumers.

Job Descriptions and Pay
Basic team member employees scoop ice cream, add toppings, and present the completed desserts to the waiting customers, among sanitation and maintenance duties. Cashiers operate the registers and handle monetary transactions, though responsibilities may overlap with team members. Many establishments do not distinguish between the two positions. Management supervisors train new employees, oversee daily operations, and essentially keep the store running in a profitable and safe manner. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the median annual pay for managers in restaurants and other eateries at $46,360. Food service employees earn around $8.75, on average.

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