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2 days ago

Gameroom Technician – new

Chuck E. Cheeses San Jose, CA

and Skills: Makes daily decisions that involve time management (must have a sense of urgency), upholding company standards, product quality, and… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

Senior Assistant Manager

Chuck E. Cheeses Newark, CA

Makes daily decisions that involve time management (must have a sense of urgency), staff scheduling and support, upholding product quality… CareerBuilder


20 days ago

Assistant Manager

Chuck E. Cheeses Redwood City, CA

• Makes daily decisions that involve time management (must have a sense of urgency), upholding product quality, cleanliness, and all other Company… CareerBuilder


10 hrs ago

Electronic Gameroom Technician – new

Chuck E. Cheese's San Jose, CA

Makes daily decisions that involve time management (must have a sense of urgency), upholding company standards, product quality, and cleanliness… Glassdoor


13 days ago

Restaurant Senior Assistant Manager

Chuck E. Cheese's Newark, CA

Makes daily decisions that involve time management (must have a sense of urgency), staff scheduling and support, upholding product quality… Glassdoor


29 days ago

Opening Coordinator

Chuck E. Cheese's Redwood City, CA

• Makes daily decisions to ensure product quality, store cleanliness, and other Company standards are met. • Understands cost control procedures… Glassdoor


10 hrs ago

Restaurant Fast Track to General Manager – new

Chuck E. Cheese's San Bruno, CA

Makes daily decisions that involve time management (must have a sense of urgency), staff scheduling and support, upholding product quality… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Team II Trainer in Superior, CO (US)

    I worked at Chuck E. Cheese's part-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    This was an excellent first job, I can't complain. When I first started in September 2011, they trained me on everything I needed to know. I was working in the dining room area, (aka kid check, and cashier) I watched the front doors mainly and made sure that every family who came together, left together. Eventually I got promoted to a Team 2 trainer, which is a lot better than a cast team member. You get free employee meals, (ONLY during your shift) you can't just walk in anytime and get it for free all though you can use your 50% off. I forgot to say you get 50% off anything in the store which is useful in a way. Managers where awesome and taught me a lot. They can be rough on you some times, but that's only to boost your confidence more and so you can learn new things. I would say this is a great first job for any young teenager out there and who can handle working along side with kids ALL day long. Also, everyone is required to wake up Chuck, and either preform birthday shows, or just walk around the store and greet kids and dance. It's really fun but gets really sweaty in that costume.

    Cons

    I never really got that much hours and they did cut hours and send people home when times are slow and that happened a lot. Also, you have to clean the bathrooms and it's the most disgusting thing you will have to deal with in your life. But hey, it's good learning experience still none-the-less. During the winter, it gets EXTREMELY busy and if your kid check that's the most stress fullest part of the job. When they run out of tables, they have to go on wait and wait on tables. Sometimes we get so busy that people start to line up in the parking lot, which causes people to become cranky, just a heads up. But that was the really only bad thing and stressful part of the job. Sometimes in the winter, during closing you could be ending up there really late. The latest time I've ever gotten out of there was 1AM, no joke. But hey it's more hours for you!

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    The management was great, but they could of done a lot better of a job about communicating with people. The manager would usually just talk behind your back of what you are doing wrong, rather than addressing the issue and trying to improve you. When it got busy, they would be very agitated. They would take things out on you even though their policy is "leave it out the door." Sometimes they would also hide in the office and not help when it was needed most.

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