Customer Support Agent - (San Francisco)

Posted on: 12/14/17


Customer Support AgentTacolicious | San Francisco, CA www.tacolicious.comJob Overview JOB TYPE: Full-time CATEGORIES: Customer Service, Food & DrinkJob Description WHO WE ARE Tacolicious is a San Francisco-based Cal-Mexican restaurant group focused on service that's considered but casual; spaces that are quirky but cool; and food that has finesse without fuss. What started out as a little stand at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in 2009 is now made up of five full-service locations, as well as a tequila + mezcal bar and a cantina. We believe community is critical, which is why the Tacolicious School Project will have raised $1M for public schools by the end of 2017.WHO WE'RE LOOKING FOR We are looking for someone who has a passionate love and appreciation of good food and drink (particularly tacos and margaritas) and who loves to be our guest first point of contact when calling in. This position demands an energetic, service-oriented and detailed individual who can juggle multiple projects and tasks at the same time.PERKS Prime Mission District location Your fill of tacos The chance to become apart of our awesome familiaREQUIREMENTS + SKILLS Exceptional verbal and written communication Consistently deliver great service to both our internal and external guests The ability to work during the customer-support phone line business hours Cultivate a good-times vibe that is casual, friendly and professionalAbout Tacolicious Tacolicious may have launched in 2009 as a stand at the Thursday Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, but Joe's love affair with Mexico started when he was a kid. Back in the 70's, his parents would hitch a catamaran to their VW van and drive the family down to Baja to camp on the beach for months at a time (hippies!). When Joe started returning to Mexico as an adult, it was trip that he and Sara took to Mexico City, eating their way through modern spots such as Contramar and El Califa, that provided the "aha" moment that ultimately lead to Tacolicious. By the start of 2010, T-lish had opened its first brick-and-mortar on Chestnut Street. Today, Tacolicious has five Bay Area locations and the restaurant is as San Franciscan (see: Marina Girl salad) as it is Mexican (see: guajillo-beef tacos de guisado). We also have a spin-off in San Miguel de Allende, MX called Taco Lab; a tequila bar called Mosto; and our cantina Bar San Pancho. For our philanthropic efforts, read all about the Tacolicious School Project.

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