Jimmy John’s Job Description & Interview
Job Description and DutiesWhat Does a Jimmy John’s Driver Do?
Drivers at Jimmy John’s have the duties of delivering food and beverages to customers. The delivery areas vary on location. When no deliveries are available, drivers take on roles within the restaurant such as answering phones, taking orders, and prepping meals.Age Requirements and Training
Individuals who have interest in a Jimmy John’s driver career should have their own means of transportation and a clean driving record. Vehicles should be clean and organized to ensure safe delivery for guests. Drivers must be 16 years of age or above.
Salary and CompensationHow Much Do They Get Paid?
Jimmy John’s drivers have an hourly wage of $8.00. In addition to the pay rate, though not required tips are also accepted by the drivers. Annual salary can range anywhere from $16k and $55k.Career Advancement and Benefits
Hardworking drivers can grow into managerial duties. Those who can work in a very face-paced environment and keep composure are encouraged to move up within the company. Workers on shift receive various food discounts.
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Jimmy John’s Driver Interview Video
Interviewer: Please describe your job title and primary duties. Jimmy John’s Driver: Basically, it was just a delivery drivers of sandwiches. I would come in at… I would just work like mornings up until like 1:00 because I had class. Go in and get, there’d be a board with the addresses and deliveries and who had each, which driver had each delivery. And you’d just come in, see which time you were going out and wait for an order. And if not you’re just helping around with little stuff around the shop or the restaurant.
Interviewer: What was the work environment like? Jimmy John’s Driver: Pretty friendly. They’re very flexible around scheduling. Most people were very nice. I was one of the younger people on the staff, they were pretty cool with me though.
Interviewer: What was your favorite part about working there? Jimmy John’s Driver: My favorite part was it was just easy labor. I’ve done a lot of hard labor jobs and, obviously, just driving and delivering sandwiches isn’t very labor intensive. I liked that, it was pretty easy. And I liked driving because you get to listen to music and just be by your… On your own. Driving is really easy.
Interviewer: Please describe the application and interview process. Jimmy John’s Driver: I just applied online. They came in… I went in for an interview. They just basically, just like most jobs I’ve had, they just asked normal questions about your past, do probably a background check, make sure your car is in a good shape and that you can use it. That’s about it.
Interviewer: How were you notified that you received the job? Jimmy John’s Driver: Not too long. They just called me, told me that they liked what they heard from me. They said that I would be perfect for the job. And I said I’d accept it and was glad to work there.
Interviewer: What set you apart from other candidates? Jimmy John’s Driver: I just told them that I would be willing to come in every day and make money. I wouldn’t call off because I’m not about that.
Interviewer: What other advice would you give to a job seeker looking to gain employment? Jimmy John’s Driver: Well just… Advice to give? Just make sure your car is in decent shape because it honestly will take a toll on your car if you do that for awhile. Especially if you’re doing it in Akron, because the roads are kind of bad. So just be careful driving. Also just show up to work and not call off because that’s like the number one way to… If you just show up to work and do your job you won’t get fired. You’ll probably get raises. I didn’t stay there long enough to get raises, really, so I don’t know about that. That’s just all I’ve got.