7-Eleven
AZUMINOINTAKITA

セブン-イレブン 安曇野インター北店

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

  • Number of working days per week negotiable
  • Short working hours
  • Long-term work available
  • Working on Saturdays and Sundays welcome
  • 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 car OK
  • Commuting by motorcycle OK
  • Commuting by bicycle OK
  • Pay raise possible
  • Available work shift / Salary

    (1)17:00 ~ 22:00

    Basic hourly pay 850 yen

    Hourly pay for senior high school students 850 yen

    Minimum working days per week : 2 days or more
    Minimum working hours per day : 3 hours or longer

    (2)22:00 ~ 7:00

    Basic hourly pay 850 yen

    * Basic hourly pay + 25% for working between 22:00 and 5:00

    Minimum working days per week : 2 days or more
    Minimum working hours per day : 3 hours or longer

  • Area

    〒399-8201
    長野県安曇野市豊科南穂高1622-1
    AZUMINO, NAGANO

Job information

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After gradually learning tasks like displaying goods, replenishing drinks, cooking hot snacks, etc., you will be in charge of ordering goods and more.

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.