Company Description

Qwick is changing the way people work. We connect food & beverage Professionals who want on-demand work with the businesses that need them through a technology-driven, app-based staffing platform. Our unique matching algorithm pairs top-rated, high quality Professionals with shifts that match their skillset. If you're eager to make a difference in the gig economy, love what you do, and lead with empathy and transparency, we would like to hear from you!

Our cultural values are an important part of who we are and what we're building:

  • Free to be us - We embrace diversity within mindsets, ideas, race, culture, background, and the things that make us uniquely us.
  • Hustle responsibly - We work hard and we make time to rest and play in order to stay our best.
  • Stand up for what's right - We don’t just do the right thing, but we hold others accountable to act with integrity as well.
  • We are human - We act with compassion to take care of ourselves, our team, our families, our Business Partners, and our Professionals.
  • Constantly curious - We seek knowledge from within and outside of Qwick and are continually learning through our successes and challenges.
  • Never give up - We welcome change, celebrate failure, and always keep moving forward.

Job Description

The Orientation Specialist is responsible for new supply acquisition by onboarding Professionals through virtual orientations. 

You’ll be responsible for: 

  • Scheduling virtual orientations across multiple markets to meet supply needs

  • Host onboarding sessions and make a great introduction to the Qwick product

  • Ensure quality standards through ratings and session standards

You’ll be a great fit if you like:

  • Interacting with people and learning about their experiences

  • Using video tools similar to Zoom

  • Leading with empathy and transparency

  • Working alongside exceptional team members on a mission to revolutionize an industry

  • Autonomous work and are self-motivated

Qualifications

  • This is a part-time role: must be able to work between 12- 28 hours weekly
  • Experience in the Food and Beverage Industry

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills - you’re okay with having tough conversations

  • Problem solver and customer-centered

  • Flexible and responsive to change

  • Flexible working hours to support mornings, evenings, and weekends as needed

  • Comfortable working remotely with quiet working space and reliable Wi-Fi connection

Full-Time Employee Benefits Include:

  • Competitive pay + Employee Stock Option plan
  • Work from home flexibility
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Life Insurance + 401k
  • Unlimited paid time off
  • Paid family leave
  • Employee support resources
  • Short- and long-term disability benefits

Qwick is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, military service eligibility, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, or any other protected class.

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