As the fastest growing pizza chain in the U.S., theres no denying that Little Caesars is doing something right. Were an international brand thats a household name and a front-of-mind decision when youve got pizza on the brain.Weve grown tremendously since opening the first store in 1959 and were still growing. But, at the end of the day, our success as a big-town name is because of our focus on small town values.The Crew Member works productively as part of the restaurant team and performs his or her job responsibilities in such a way that all products the Crew Member makes are of high quality and the customers the Crew Member serves are satised.This position requires physical work such as lifting, squatting, and standing up for long periods of time on any given day. The manager will review the essential job functions, which are normally de ned as the fundamental activities conducted on a daily or regular basis that will affect the success of the restaurant.Crew Members will be scheduled according to Little Caesars business needs and therefore no guarantee of hours can be made.Serves customers according to the Ten Customer Service Standards, the Five Priority Guidelines, the Remedy Process, and the Telephone and Front Counter proceduresPrepares high quality products consistently by following Little Caesars recipes, specications and procedures as described in the CARDS materials, cashier certification program and as shown on the station job helpersDisplays the proper image as outlined in the Little Caesars employee handbook and/or as directed by the management staffCleans and organizes work stations and other assigned areas to help maintain the standards for restaurant image as outlined in the Little Caesars employee handbookPractices safety and security procedures as de ned in the Little Caesars Employee Handbook and recommended or required by government agenciesFollows Little Caesars policies, procedures, and standards of conduct as outlined in the Employee Handbook and as directed by managementAbility to lift up to 55 pounds. * Ability to push and pull up to 55 pounds. * Ability to squat or crouch to lift items form floor level. * Ability for twisting of the back up to 90 degrees left and right. * Ability for bending of the back up to a minimum of 90 degrees to lift objects from the floor.