7-Eleven
KYOTOSANJOKIYAMACHI

セブン-イレブン 京都三条木屋町店

Convenience store staff

High school students, college students, long-term part-time workers, homemakers and seniors are all welcome! Part-time jobs provide opportunities for everyone to be active!

Features

  • Masks provided
  • Number of working days per week negotiable
  • Long-term work available
  • Working on Saturdays and Sundays welcome
  • Within 5 minutes of station
  • Within 5 minutes of bus stop
  • Experience not required
  • Persons with experience welcome
  • Homemakers welcome
  • Students welcome
  • Job-hopping part-timers welcome
  • Double-jobber welcome
  • Uniform lent by store
  • Commuting by bicycle OK
  • Job training available
  • Pay raise possible
  • No smoking indoors
  • Available work shift / Salary

    (1)7:00 ~ 10:00

    Basic hourly pay 980 yen

    Minimum working days per week : Negotiable
    Minimum working hours per day : Negotiable

    (2)18:00 ~ 22:00

    Basic hourly pay 950 yen

    Hourly pay for senior high school students 950 yen

    Minimum working days per week : Negotiable
    Minimum working hours per day : Negotiable

  • Area

    〒604-8004
    京都府京都市中京区三条通河原町東入中島町99
    NAKAGYO, KYOTO, KYOTO

Job information

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Let’s help make customers’ lives convenient by offering wide-ranging goods from foods like bentos, onigiri and seven café goods to daily commodities and magazines.

Job openings are available for seven-eleven convenience store staff. You will start with tasks including customer service and sales at a register counter, stocking shelves and displaying goods, and simple cleaning. Once you are used to these tasks, you will be put in charge of seasonal product campaigns and ordering goods. Checking what goods are selling well and making POPs are also important tasks. Please feel confident about applying since we will give you full support to learn the job.

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10:00-19:00 (Phone calls and job interviews are conducted only in Japanese.)

Apply by phone
0570-031-711 (10:00-19:00) Phone calls and job interviews are conducted only in Japanese.