Barista - Culinary Institute of Michigan Muskegon - Muskegon, MI
- Baker College
- 1903 Marquette Avenue, Muskegon, Michigan 49442
- Employment Type
- Full Time
- Institution Type
- Four-Year Institution
The Barista at the Culinary Institute of Michigan is responsible for accurately processing customer transactions and performing register balancing functions daily. Working in accordance with the Muskegon County Health Department sanitation and food-safety procedures. A SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE WILL: Perform responsibilities consistent with and supportive of the mission of the institutionAdhere to Baker College policies and proceduresAct as a role model within and outside the CollegePerform duties as workload necessitatesMaintain a positive and respectful attitudeCommunicate openly and on a regular basis with supervisorDemonstrate flexible and efficient time management and ability to prioritize workloadConsistently report to work on time and prepared to perform duties of positionDemonstrate exceptional customer service Must be knowledgeable in Microsoft Office Suite and Google AppsProficiency in Micros-POS software requiredKnowledgeable and proficient in computer skills, which allows for the use of computer related technology The full position description is available for your review online - Barista - Culinary Institute of Michigan Established in 1911, Baker College is an independent non-profit college in the state of Michigan with the most focused approach to education and training available. Baker College believes in cultivating a culture of valuing employees and maintaining a progressive brand as an employer. They are committed to build organizational capacity through a diverse, talented, high performing and engaged workforce. They have the honor, opportunity, and responsibility of changing lives through education and are in the business of helping people achieve their dreams. They accomplish this by taking care and pride in everything that they say and do and by having commitment to processes, procedures and personal interactions that measure up to the highest standards. Baker College serves students through campuses located throughout Michigan and online, including the newest flagship campus in Royal Oak. Baker College is fully accredited and offers many programs in the fastest growing fields, such as business, health science, nursing, and IT with convenient scheduling and 24/7 accessibility online.Please visit Baker College Careers Page for more information. DIVERSITY STATEMENT: Our College strives to be exemplars in the practice of diversity, equity, and inclusion by working in communion with multiple levels of professional representation throughout our college system. We are committed to our initiatives to fully understand how we can advance our levels of diversity, equity, and inclusion and create a culture that values student, staff and faculty engagement in addressing issues of diversity and inclusiveness. Baker College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We seek a workforce with a wide range of perspectives and experiences, we provide opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or genetic information. Please visit our DEI Page to learn more about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Baker College. Location(s)1903 Marquette Avenue, Muskegon, Michigan 49442 RequirementsMINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:High school diploma or general education degree (GED) requiredAt least 1 year of cashier and customer service experience preferredPrevious Barista experience preferred Previous supervisory and register balancing experience preferredTime management and job prioritizing skills are essentialMust have excellent interpersonal, verbal, written and communication skills
Modern Education With a History of Excellence!
Putting students first for over a century! The beginnings of Baker College trace back to the turn of the 20th century, with the founding of Muskegon College by Woodbridge Ferris—who later became Governor of Michigan and then a U.S. Senator. Just two decades later, Eldon E. Baker—an educator who built a highly successful business college in Winfield, Kansas—moved to Flint and founded Baker Business University, which stood at the corner of Court Street and South Saginaw. In 1965, these two institutions came together under a single academic group headed by Robert Jewell of Muskegon. Throughout the years that followed, the schools continued to thrive and the group began to expand its outreach through the acquisition of other schools and locations. Today, Baker College serves thousands of students across the state of Michigan, as well as across the US through our global campus. Baker College offers diverse academic depth and breadth in undergraduate and graduate programs across 8 academic colleges, ranging from health sciences and engineering to business and technology. Baker College strives to cultivate and encourage positive action, critical thought, and the knowledge students need to improve their lives, careers, and the world around them.
DEI Council Mission/Vision
Baker College strives to ensure that all of our programs, institutional goals and events, and commitments are open to all constituencies of students, staff, faculty, community members, employees and participants. As an institution of higher learning committed to new knowledge and innovation, we understand that true excellence and attainment comes from the diversity of individuals who are fully a part of all of our institutional endeavors. To achieve inclusive campus professional and learning environments, we interact with a variety of organizations and institutions in various disciplines and contexts. We seek to be exemplars in the practice of diversity, equity, and inclusion by working in communion with multiple levels of professional representation throughout our college system. We are committed to our initiatives to fully understand how and why we can advance our levels of diversity, equity and inclusion. In order to achieve our goals, we expect all of our faculty, staff, and students to participate in these efforts and both teach and learn about the dynamics of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We will accomplish our goals by:
- Actively acknowledging our privileges and openly discussing them. Listening more and speaking less.
- Acting out of a sincere interest in challenging larger oppressive power structures and violent, segregating social climates.
- Supporting and making use of our privilege for the people we seek to work with, in unity.
Our mission is our reason for being and what we work to accomplish every day as an institution. The mission of Baker College is to provide an inclusive, innovative and transformative educational experience which allows students to positively impact their lives and the world around them.
Our core values influence everything we do at Baker College --- supporting our vision and defining our institutional culture.
Our vision is an aspirational outlook on what Baker College will accomplish now and in the future.
Creating better futures, one student at a time.
Baker College of Royal Oak
At Baker College, we believe there’s no such thing as one size fits all. That’s why in the fall of 2022, we launched our newest flagship campus in Royal Oak—a safe, energetic, and walkable city that’s as diverse as our community of students. Now, you can take advantage of everything the greater Metro Detroit area has to offer while you work toward earning your degree.
1020 S Washington St.
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