1 to 2 interviews depending on if the assistant manager interviews you first. Process takes about 1-2 weeks. Sometimes the managers will ask to do a coffee tasting with you during an interview to assess your knowledge or ability to taste notes in coffee.
Réponse du - Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) - Nanaimo, BC
Apply online through /careers on the Starbucks website, bring in a physical resume and a cover letter, and then you might be interviewed within 2 weeks.
Réponse du - Barista (Current Employee) - Barrie, ON
Hiring process? About a week.
Hired new to trained? Training is about a weeks worth but expect about 3 months to be completely comfortable
Réponse du - Shift Supervisor (Current Employee) - Calgary, AB
Apply to local location or search for job fair (usually summertime)
Réponse du - Shift Supervisor and Key holder (Former Employee) - Montréal, QC
You apply online and choose from a variety of locations, and that way the manager of that Starbucks will go through every resume on there and select based on that impression.
Réponse du - Barista (Former Employee) - Abbotsford, BC
Referral by a current partner working there, online, in person, job fairs
Réponse du - Barista (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON
Applying online, stopping by at the Starbucks you've applied and presenting yourself to the manager and let them know that you applied. This goes a long way. Also getting to know the baristas and ask them personally if the store is hiring and or if any other store is really in need of new baristas. Leads are always out there.
Réponse du - Barista (Current Employee) - Ottawa, ON
Apply online to Starbucks.ca
Réponse du - STORE MANAGER (Current Employee) - Milton, ON
Do well on the interview, it asks alot about your experiences and just who you are as a person. Answer honestly and show that you are going to be a great team player!
Réponse du - Barista (Current Employee) - Winnipeg, MB
Clean, easy to read resume with excellent English, and a little bit of luck is required. Managers go through tons of resumes and constantly cycle between no open positions and 10 open positions. Try to make friends with someone who already works at a store. Managers will also tend to want someone who is extremely flexible and willing to work whatever hours.
Réponse du - Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON