7-Eleven
MAEBASHIAMAGAWAMACHI

セブン-イレブン 前橋天川町店

Convenience store staff

Short hour shifts, second jobs, weekend hours and many other workstyles are available. We are looking for convenience store staff.

Features

  • Number of working days per week negotiable
  • Experience not required
  • Homemakers welcome
  • Students welcome
  • Double-jobber welcome
  • Promotion to full-time employment at 7-11 store possible
  • Pay raise possible
  • Available work shift / Salary

    (1)6:00 ~ 9:00

    Basic hourly pay 880 yen

    Hourly pay for senior high school students 880 yen

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

    (2)9:00 ~ 22:00

    Basic hourly pay 810 yen

    Hourly pay for senior high school students 810 yen

    Minimum working days per week : 1 days or more
    Minimum working hours per day : 2 hours or longer

    (3)22:00 ~ 6:00

    Basic hourly pay 1,080 yen

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

    (4)22:00 ~ 0:00

    Basic hourly pay 1,030 yen

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

  • Area

    〒371-0802
    群馬県前橋市天川町3-3
    MAEBASHI, GUNMA

Job information

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A neat store creates a comfortable atmosphere for customers and staff. Let’s make appealing POPs and effective display arrangements.

Job openings are available for seven-eleven convenience store staff. The job includes customer service and sales, register operation, moving goods from the stockroom and displaying them, bagging, cleaning, etc. Seven-eleven also handles various services such as public utility bill payment, parcel delivery, etc. Once you are used to these tasks, you will be put in charge of ordering goods. You will learn in small steps even though the job covers a wide range of tasks.

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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.