Connect with something bigger.
Being a Starbucks partner (employee) means becoming part of something bigger: inspiring positive change in the world while you grow in your career and in your community. It's an opportunity to be your personal best.Benefits:
What Does a Starbucks Barista Do?
- Full benefits for full-time and part-time employees (partners).
- Flexible Schedule.
- Tuition reimbursement.
- Free Spotify Premium.
Starbucks baristas perform several job duties and provide customer service. Baristas at Starbucks take orders and make coffee, tea, and other drinks to customer specifications. Starbucks baristas may also operate cash registers and credit card machines.Additional Duties:
Baristas may field customer complaints or questions, as well. Baristas at Starbucks also must often clean coffee machines, restaurant areas, restrooms, and preparation areas during a normal shift. Baristas work to maintain good customer relations and speedy delivery of all beverages as well as complete assigned tasks from management every day.Salary and CompensationHow Much Do They Get Paid?
A barista at Starbucks typically enjoys competitive pay as well as a variety of employment benefits. Starbucks barista starting salary rates typically fall between minimum wage and $12.08 per hour, depending on experience and location.Other Benefits:
Baristas may also take advantage of several Starbucks job benefits. Qualified Starbucks baristas receive health benefits, such as medical, dental, vision, and life insurance plans. Eligible baristas at Starbucks may also enjoy 401(k) retirement programs and paid vacation time.