The Best Team Around

We have the best team around (no boast!).
Here is how we do it:

We look for extraordinary personal skills during the interview process, then, once hired, 66% of your performance review is based on how effectively you interact with your coworkers, customers, and management. We will help you with this, but you must be willing to meet us half way.

Superstars love this system; mediocre workers hate it. If we ever do make a mistake and hire some miserable cuss, we get rid of them using the fast method (drama queens, high-maintenance prima donnas, skeptics, slackers, and negative-nellies can’t survive here.)

We also require:

  • A high sense of urgency – please show up on time
  • That you leave your “baggage” at home
  • Willingness to learn new ways of doing things
  • A self-starter attitude so we can trust you to do quality work all the time (you see, we don’t believe in being out there “cracking the whip” all the time.)
  • Natural enthusiasm for meeting new people
Now, here are the nuts and bolts of the catering job (34% of your performance review):

Here at the Croc, you will do lots of different things during the day. You might prep food in the kitchen, load catering trucks, deliver four catered lunches in an hour, build a couple hundred hoagies, slice fruit wedge trays and lots more – all in the same day.

We aren’t like most office caterers and foodservice operations in general. We don’t believe in getting “slammed” or “going into the weeds.”

Corporate catering experience is not necessary, but often extremely helpful. It is physical, sometimes dirty work so we need physically fit people who can hustle and lift 50 pounds. We have a totally smoke-free workplace. Totally.

Above all, we need people with personality and intelligence who believe that work should be interesting and challenging- not just something to be endured. All applicants must have a valid PA driver’s license with no more than 4 points.