What are some entry-level jobs?
Entry-level positions are always a great place to get your foot in the door with most companies. These positions usually don’t require many skills or experience — and are usually easy to learn.
Since Rita’s is a yogurt shop, here is what an entry-level position will probably look like:
Treat Specialist — This position requires a friendly and dependable individual with a flexible schedule. Duties will include: Preparing treats, cleaning, inventory and stocking. Server or restaurant food service preferred, but not required.
Tips to get hired here with a felony
In order to help you know what you’re up against, we looked over Rita’s application. The only stuff you need to have ready before is your personal information and previous employer contact information. Also, have in mind what shifts are the best fit for you — they ask for your availability to see if you fit what they’re looking for.
Rita’s doesn’t request a resume, but we strongly suggest you provide one anyway. We’re aware that resumes frighten most people. In hopes of changing this, we set aside a complete section to assist you in putting your resume together. Make sure you look it over for some excellent tips in highlighting your skills, including the ones you acquired while you were incarcerated. Jobs from the kitchen or even the library aide position will be useful. You learned customer service and also how to do inventory.
Personality is a must, so make sure to smile. Remember to be polite and allow them to see for themselves how you interact with people. This gives them insight how you will be with customers.
A lot of companies that deal with the public are funny about tattoos and piercings. We suggest you cover or remove them until you are aware of their policies. A great time to ask about these is at the end of the interview.
If they inquire about your background, be honest. The interview will be the best opportunity for you to explain your situation and how you have grown.