FroZenYo is a frozen yogurt shop that provides self-serve frozen yogurt with a wide range of flavours. FroZenYo features Zombie Coffee, a branded premium coffee roasted in Washington D.C. FroZenYo also provides catering services for events held in the DC Metro area.
FroZenYo was founded in Washington D.C by Chuck Rendelman, who is now the president of the company. Its business started in 2009 and franchising started in 2010. It aims to bring something new to the cookie-cutter frozen yogurt category.
Shortly after the opening, FroZenYo has exploded in the region and opened nine stores in two years, driven by a taste for innovation and high standards for quality and service. Currently there are 8 shops in Washington D.C, 4 in Virginia, 3 in Maryland and 1 in Massachusetts.
Employees will be able to work in a self-motivating team that brings together a wealth of business, management and marketing experience, and a passion that makes sure the products are nothing but the best, accompanied by a comfortable and relaxing environment. Both full-time and part-time jobs are offered, along with a flexible schedule. Employees’ work is rewarded with competitive pay and tips. Employees are also able to have yogurt in shop, and learn about business operations in a fun working environment.
How old do you have to be to work at FroZenYo?
One has to be at least 18 years old to apply for a job at FroZenYo. Nevertheless, applicants should not be allergic to dairy products. Employees who enjoy working in an interactive and fast-paced working environment enjoy working here.
Shift Manager: A shift manager manages the front-line retail environment, by overseeing the activities of the work group during typical work shifts. The primary role of the shift manager is to manage worker productivity and typically heads up a shift of workers scheduled during a particular part of the day. He or she will also assign basic tasks and provide ongoing feedback and direction as work is performed.
Store Manager: A store manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations and management of the store. He or she will also assign basic tasks and provide ongoing feedback and direction as work is performed.
Assistant Manager: An assistant manager is responsible for providing assists to the store manager, for the day-to-day operations and management of the store. He or she will report directly to the store manager.
Cashier: A cashier handles the cash register at the point of sale in the store, and give response to simple enquiries from customers. Employees working as cashier should expect to work consistently throughout a shift.
The other available positions are: Manager positions in Franchising and Operations departments, Sales Associate, etc. Applicants who apply to front-line positions can choose to work at one of the 8 different shops in Washington D.C.