Q&A WITH A DOMINO’S STORE MANAGER – CHARLIE
We spoke with Charlie find out more about his role as a Domino's Store Manager!
How long have you been with Solent Pizza?
I have worked for Solent Pizza for 6 years and 3 months now.
What is your favourite pizza?
My favourite pizza is definitely the cheeseburger. I probably eat that about 3 or 4 times a week!
What was your first job role within Team Solent?
I started as a part time instore around college and that was 2 nights a week as a pizza maker.
What do you look for in a Domino’s Team Member?
I look for enthusiasm, good work ethic and someone who loves the work that they do.
How fast can you make one large cheese and tomato pizza?
Oh in a matter of seconds, I haven’t timed it in a while, but I reckon about 10 to 15 seconds.
When you’ve finished your shift, what do you like to do to unwind?
After a busy shift I usually go home, meet my friends in town and have a bite to eat before heading off to bed.
What advice would you give to new starters for them to do well within Team Solent?
They have to get stuck in. I’d tell them to not hold back and definitely don’t be afraid to ask any questions. Finally I’d tell them to DO rather than WATCH.
What 3 words would you use to describe Team Solent?
That’s hard, just three words! I’d say it’s exciting, opportunistic and great fun (that’s four words but we’ll let you have it Charlie!)
You’ve been with us for just over 6 years now, which store has been your favourite to work in and why?
I have to say Eastleigh really! It’s my home store, I started here as a part time instore and since then most of my time has been here. I've met so many fantastic people along the way and Eastleigh has become and will continue to be a big part of my life! (Aw, how lovely to hear!)
What keeps you going during the rush (busy period)?
To be honest, there’s this natural adrenaline that you get during the rush, this can sometimes go on for hours keeping you driven to do the work at hand. So that’s what I would say keeps me going, the adrenaline!
Wow! Do you want to feel the 'natural adrenaline' of the rush? Want to be part of an 'opportunistic' and 'fun' company? Then what are you waiting for?