Senior Barista (Current Employee) – Dublin – 8 November 2017
This market of stores in Ireland is not run by Starbucks Corporate so do not go in expecting the same benefits. This group is great, they do offer many perks and they do work hard to try and create a supportive environment with bonuses and well-structured operations. The hardest part of the job is long hours that can sometimes be required as a store manager, but the most enjoyable part of the job is the people you get to work with so sometimes it all works out. This is a great job for developing as a leader and business manager, I continue to learn every day.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Dundalk, County Louth – 29 October 2017
This market of stores in Ireland is not run by Starbucks Corporate so do not go in expecting the same benefits. This group is great, they do offer many perks and they do work hard to try and create a supportive environment with bonuses and well structured operations. The hardest part of the job is long hours that can sometimes be required as a store manager, but the most enjoyable part of the job is the people you get to work with so sometimes it all works out. This is a great job for developing as a leader and business manager, I continue to learn everyday.
Employé polyvalent (Former Employee) – County Dublin – 10 October 2017
Cette entreprise est presque parfaite . Le seul bémol ç'est que mon 1 er manager est partit en congé maternité . Elle à été remplacée par un manager qui arrivait du Starbucks de l'aéroport de Melbourne et qui à essayé d'appliquer les mêmes méthodes à un Starbucks de village ( Malahide ) d'ou un certain décalage entre le public et ses méthodes .
Shift Supervisor (Current Employee) – South Dublin, County Dublin – 7 October 2017
As any other company part of the development comes from you part come from the company and if you want to learn and develop as professional you definitely will have the chance at Starbucks, unfortunately the start salary is not the best one but the place is great to work at and the team is usually very friendly.
Free coffee, great work team, friendly environment
a best place for work . gain more experience . cooperative staff .funny envorinement .flexible shifts . excilant salary .job benefits free lunch and coffee . discount for students and regular customers .funny place to work .
Barista (Former Employee) – Cork, Ireland. – 18 June 2017
Starbucks Ireland has great co workers but horrible management. They do not monitor holiday pay. They don't care about their employees unless they have a supervisor position or higher Just an overall horribly ran company and i would never recommend anyone to work for Starbucks Ireland.
Barista (Former Employee) – Dublin – 21 April 2017
Basically there are two positions: Till: where you take orders and payments. Bar: you are the responsable of making the beverages according to all standards. You also have to do extra task as keeping clean everywhere and restock the store. Good atmosphere. The type of costumer is usually polite, high educated and lots of tourist depending on the area the cafe is located.
Barista (Former Employee) – Dublin – 12 March 2017
el ambiente del trabajo era agradable de ser una empleada de mi jefe que tiene discipline y aprende mucho de mi jefe y mis colegas. este tipo de trabajo que es muy relacionada con mi profesion que es turismo. tener experiencia de conocer la gente que es muy agradable.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Irlanda – 28 February 2017
Siempre te lo pasas bien y el ambiente es excepcional, gente joven y dinámica. A cualquier problema le ponen una sonrisa y lo solucionan lo antes posible, nunca hay malos rollos y jamás nadie se cree mejor que nadie.
Barista (Current Employee) – Dublin – 24 January 2017
Great Managers!! Great Co-workers!! And Great customers. It is such a fantastic place to work. since I have been in a college this part time job was the best for me. They fixed all schedule depends on my college time table and are very generous in exam period.