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Starbucks to enter Cambodia, its 16th market in the China/Asia Pacific region and has opened its first location in the Phnom Penh Airport in October 2015 while the 1st store in downtown was recently opened in AEON Mall. We values our employees as "Partners" and we as a team contribute to the great success and continual growth of our business.

In Starbucks, we embrace diversity to create a place where each of our partners can be ourselves and always treat each other with respect and dignity. If you're looking for another working experience with challenging role, you may find yourself a career in Starbucks.
 

Barista (Full Time/Part-time)


Responsible for:
• Creating the Starbucks Experience to customers and promoting coffee culture and providing prompt service, quality beverages and products
• Delivering legendary customer service
• Maintaining a clean and comfortable store environment
• Modeling and acting in accordance with Starbucks guiding principles

We offer you a career with Starbucks, a great working environment, a rewarding package, systematic training programs and employee benefits.

Interested applicants, please send your resume to Partner (Human) Resources Organization, #22 (7/F), Mao Tse Toung Blvd, Sangkat Beoung Trobek or email to job@coffee-concepts.com.kh

For enquiries, please contact Partner (Human) Resources at 023 986 590/ 086 989 642
All information will be used for internal recruitment and development purpose within Starbucks.

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