Delivery Team Member - Boston

PR Management Corp Boston , MA 02298

Posted 3 weeks ago

Job Number: 2364

Category: Delivery

Location: 289 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA

We're looking for Delivery Team Members to join our team as key players in our new delivery program! Our best Delivery associates earn $13-15 per hour with tips!

PR Management Corp. knows there's only one way to become New England's best restaurant organization: a passion for being the very best. We're the region's leading franchisee of Panera Bread, and every day in our top-performing bakery-cafes across New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine we're raising the bar through the delicious food we create, the strong relationships we build, and the exceptional careers we offer.


We're committed to setting a higher standard for excellence in every facet of our business and as Delivery Team Member, you'll play a hands-on role in bringing that ideal to life by creating an amazing experience for every delivery customer. We take great pride in delivering not only delicious food but delivering our amazing customer service!

Your optimism and ambition will help our Panera restaurants become not just a great place to work (and the perfect spot for fantastic food in a welcoming setting), but a cornerstone in the communities where we operate. That's how we rise above rest, and in return we help you do the same with a real commitment to promoting from within, exceptional training and career growth programs, and a truly welcoming and caring working culture.

There's no limit to how far your enthusiasm and drive can take you at PR Management Corp. If you're ready to see how our Higher Standards can fuel the best experience of your career, connect with us today.


Delivering for Panera Bread is an exciting way for you to bring Panera's quality product to our customers' doors. We take great pride in delivering not only delicious food but delivering our amazing customer service!

As a Delivery Team Member, you'll enjoy:

  • Flexible hours and scheduling

  • Hourly rate plus tips

  • 65% discount on food


To qualify, you'll need:

  • To be at least 18 years of age

  • Smartphone capable of downloading the dispatch application with cellular data available for each shift


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