Customer Service In A Huckleberry Superstore / Jam & Pie Factory
Hungry Horse is nestled between two large mountains and is at the confluence of two wild and scenic rivers. It is 8 miles from the west entrance of Glacier National Park and accesses the Wilderness!
- Hungry Horse, Montana
- $12.00 / hour + tips
- No experience required
- Start Date:
- Job starts in 3 months (Jun 01, 2018)
The Wild Huckleberry is a heavenly Montana delicacy which tastes like a blueberry, cranberry, and raspberry mixed.
Happy people on vacation flock into Huckland to see what it's all about and watch the pies being made, grab a shake and buy their T-shirts when they see we have the best shirts at the best prices.
We broke all our daily records last year and employees do get a company tip when a record is broken! It is fun to work here because we are very dearly loved by customers, kids, and the online trip advising community. (Check out our reviews - last year United Airlines even did a story on us in all their in flight magazines ! )
You will meet and greet guests from Europe, Asia and the USA, serve them a shake or burger, and ring up their merchandise. Our company culture is to serve them and meet their needs not pressure them and rip them off like many competing businesses in the corridor do who sell the same items for 30% more. In house music is rock, reggae, country and pop with positive, uplifting, and in some cases Christian lyrics. An applicant who is comfortable with our Christian faith influencing our atmosphere will be the best fit and you will have the satisfaction of knowing your efforts help take kids off the streets in developing countries and put them in loving Christian boys and girls homes.
We do have a clean camper trailer with a fridge for workers to stay in free and a small cabin. (Porto Potty but no showers) Setting is surrounded by mountains where you could set up a tent. Some employees have just made their own camp down by the river 6 blocks away. Many employees get a $35 per month membership at the local gym for their showers. Hungry Horse is great because it is just a few blocks to fishing and wilderness but is a very short drive to larger cities like Whitefish or Kalispell.
We start some employees earlier but the college student on break who can come June 10th or whatever through August works out fine even though the store is actually open from April through mid October. We get super busy from mid June through September 6.
After work you can walk to rivers and lakes that are so clear you can see perfectly ten feet down and catch trout or float them in an inner tube. We schedule so that employees can have a couple consecutive days to back pack in Glacier Park or enjoy thousands of square miles of adjacent wilderness.
As the owner, I just love working at my own place just to see the smile of a kid biting into a Huckleberry Ice-Cream cone for the first time or to get the many grateful thanks from guests who thank all of us so much for providing better merchandise at cheaper prices and have finally found a place really dedicated to refreshing them rather than taking advantage of their proximity to Glacier Park.
You can check us out on Facebook at Willows HuckLand or "HuckleberryLand." Our website is huckland.com
How to Apply
We are not a big corporation with a three-hour online application. Just tell me a little about yourself, include a pic if possible and a few easily checkable recent references and their phone numbers and emails. If you already have a ready set resume you can also just email it to email@example.com Text is also Ok. 406-270-8677