Pizza Inn is an American pizza restaurant chain. It is specialized in serving American-style pan pizza and side dishes. Founded in 1958 in Dallas, Texas, Pizza Inn is operating in 12 countries with roughly 300 franchised locations. About 250 of these locations are distributed across the United States, mostly in 14 states in the Southwest. Pizza Inn has introduced the first Taco Pizza, dessert pizza (“Pizzert”) and Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza to American society.
Pizza Inn Jobs and Careers
If you’re living in the United States, you should search for the hometown of pizza there. Lucky for you, there is a restaurant which is named Pizza Inn! It has been tossing dough since 1958. Pizza Inn knows how to produce pizza and value to their customers and employees. So, if you are ready to carry on the tradition that families have counted on for over 60 years, Pizza Inn is a nice place for you to start working. Italian pizza out, American Pizza Inn!
How do I apply for a job at Pizza Inn?
- Go to the career website of Pizza Inn.
- You can search for jobs by location and click “Go!”. If you want to see all jobs, click “View All Jobs”.
- You will see the list of job openings at Pizza Inn if you scroll the page down.
- Click on the name of an interesting job position to read more about it.
- A new page will open. Read the job description. At the right of the page, you can see that you can either apply with Indeed, or apply by filling out the online application form under the “Apply with Indeed” button. When you fill out, click the black “Submit Application” button and your online application will be finished.
Minimum Age to Work: 16
Hours of Operation: Every day 11:00am-9:00pm. May vary by location.
Job Positions: Delivery driver, phone pro, pizza maker, server, cashier, host, dishwasher, cut n pack, manager.
Printable Job Application Form PDF: Available.
Job Positions & Salaries
Delivery Driver: You will deliver food orders to customers’ houses. You will accept payments and keep the delivery vehicle clean. You should know the menu and assist in some restaurant areas when needed.
Prerequisite: 18 years of age. Driver’s license.
Phone Pro: You will answer phone calls and take the orders of customers. You should deeply know the menu, because you will be expected to suggestively sell menu items over the phone. You should of course have good communication skills.
Pizza Maker: You will prepare pizzas in the kitchen by using kitchen equipment. You should be able to make all Specialty Pizzas correctly. You will be expected to follow all safety and sanitation procedures, as well as correct baking procedures.
Server: You will greet guests and present them with the menu. You will inform them of the menu items and use suggestive selling techniques. You will then take the food orders and relay to kitchen staff. You will prepare and deliver beverage orders, then you will deliver the food orders when they are ready. You should maintain a neat and orderly dining area.
Pizza Inn Job Application Form PDF
Down below this text, you can find the link to the printable job application form for Pizza Inn. Click the link and print the document. Fill it with blue or black ink and let it accompany you as you make a job application to Pizza Inn by visiting your local Pizza Inn restaurant.
The job application form of Pizza in is only two pages long. There are sections titled Job Interest, Personal Information, Emergency Contact, Additional Information, and Education on the first page of the form. On the second page, you should provide your employment history. Next, you are invited to list the qualifications, experiences or skills that qualify you to work at Pizza Inn other than your work history. List at least three professional references. Read the Employment Terms, sign below, and write the date of application.
Pizza Inn Interview
After you applied for the job you’ll be called for an interview. During the interviews, you’ll be asked questions such as “Is it better to be good and on time or perfect and late with your work?”, “What can you provide to our company that others cannot?”, as well as your previous job experiences, your personality, etc. After the interview, you have to take a test before you can proceed to the next step. If you did well in the test you will be brought in for a pre-employment meeting. After the pre-employment meeting, you will be informed if you got the job or not.