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Distribution Driver – Class A

DEPARTMENT: Inventory and Distribution

This position reports directly to the Inventory Manager and/or designee. Incumbent’s main responsibility is to safely deliver all store orders, along a designated route, in a timely manner. He/She must provide the best possible service by meeting the company’s standards when distributing merchandise.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Fulfills assigned Raw Material and Warehouse Merchandise orders.
  • Performs routine checks on the condition of the vehicle before and after daily deliveries.
  • Responsible for upkeep of their vehicle, including, but not limited to: maintain driver coach and refrigeration area clean and organized; cleans loading area between deliveries; checks refrigeration system is set to its proper temperature (38°F); reports mechanical problems immediately and takes truck to get serviced, if necessary.
  • Oversees loading of merchandise into assigned truck and verifies products are properly organized prior to departing from the loading dock.
  • Ensures all safety and sanitation protocols are followed when loading and unloading merchandise.
  • Reviews assigned delivery schedule and commits to safely delivering all products on time.
  • Works with the Special Projects department to coordinate deliveries of products for company-sponsored Special Events.
  • Assists with other assigned duties and projects as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE (2yr. minimum):

Class A Driver’s License required – must be in good standing with no at-fault accidents or traffic infractions on driving record. High School Diploma or equivalent preferred. Basic understanding of inventory management. Experience with powered, industrial equipment such as forklifts and pallet jacks (must be certified). Must have valid Food-Handling certification by a Serve-Safe certified organization. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint). Must be fluent in English and Spanish (speaking, reading, and writing).

PHYSICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, SENSORY REQUIREMENTS:

This job requires walking, standing, climbing, carrying, bending, lifting, pushing, pulling, reaching overhead, bending below waste line. Eye/hand/foot Coordination requirements. Ability to lift, carry, push, and pull up to 45 lbs. Consider the sensory requirements of touching/feeling, tasting, hearing, speaking, seeing, and smelling. This job requires the employee to see, hear, and speak. Consider environmental surroundings such as temperature, noise, irregular terrain/ground, and chemical products used. The employee must be able to walk on wet floor, work in changing ambient temperatures ranging from -20°F to 80°F, and work in loud surrounding areas. These essential functions have been set as an example on the type of work performed by the employees assigned to perform these tasks. We reserve the right to add, modify, change or eliminate assigned tasks and to make necessary and reasonable adjustments as needed.

Personnel Assistant Manager

DEPARTMENT: Personnel

This position reports directly to the Personnel Manager and/or designee. Incumbent is directly responsible for applying business knowledge and human resources expertise. Supports and assists the Personnel Manager in directing the responsibilities of the Department for Recruiting, Absence Management, COS & HRIS, Filing, Receptionist, and the Uniform Workshop. The Personnel Assistant Manager assists for managing Employee Relations.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Coordinates and administers all leave of absence programs: FMLA/CFRA, medical leave, personal leave, jury duty, bereavement, military leave, workers compensation, etc.
  • Responsible for interacting with employees on leave requests; mailing required notices/forms
    and designating leave eligibility.
  • Communicates with employees, Managers and key personnel to coordinate the return to work process, including accommodations.
  • Participates in the weekly Payroll process, approves Change of Status (COS) documents; and verifies accuracy through Dynamics, TimeClock Plus, and the Sick Pay Log.
  • Consults with Recruiting to backfill positions for separations and employees on an extended leave of absences.
  • Tracks leave time off work, manages timecards, completes timecard audits.
  • Conducts fact-checking investigations on attendance issues, coordinates with Store Managers.
  • Assists employees through their benefits eligibility enrollment period; collects enrollment forms and forwards documents for enrollment and contribution deduction set-up.
  • Reconciles the health insurance benefit billing reports monthly to remove and add employees.
  • Completes employee file reviews of employment records as requested.
  • Runs reports on hires, terms, turnover; and employee relations issues reports to assess recruiting and training needs.
  • Assists in Employee Relations and partners with: Store Management, Supervision, and Department Heads to resolve employee issues, recommend training and/or discipline.
  • Responsible for maintaining current knowledge of federal and state leave laws, benefit laws, policies and procedures and communicates them as necessary.
  • Responds to EDD correspondence.
  • Conducts investigations; assesses employee behavior, reviews employee record and consults with Manager on next step discipline.
  • Communicates and enforces the Company policies in the Employee Handbook and provides coaching to Store Management and Department Managers to assist in resolving issues.
  • Assists with other assigned duties and projects as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE (2yr. minimum)
Experience in Human Resources, within the hospitality industry or related field preferred. Experience managing or assisting in managing HR department; Depth of knowledge in: federal and state employment law and compliance requirements; Bachelor’s Degree or Associate’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field preferred. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint). Depth of knowledge of the HRIS system. Proficient in English and Spanish (speaking, reading, and writing).

PHYSICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, SENSORY REQUIREMENTS:

This job requires walking, standing, climbing, carrying, bending, lifting, pushing, pulling, reaching overhead, bending below waste line. Eye/hand/foot Coordination requirements. Ability to lift, carry, push, pull up to 20lbs. Consider the sensory requirements of touching/feeling, tasting, hearing, speaking, seeing, and smelling. This job requires the employee to see, hear, and speak. These essential functions have been set as an example on the type of work performed by the employees assigned to perform these tasks. We reserve the right to add, modify, change or eliminate assigned tasks and to make necessary and reasonable adjustments as needed.

Personnel Generalist

DEPARTMENT: Personnel

This position reports directly to the Personnel Manager and/or designee. Incumbent is directly responsible for applying business knowledge and human resources expertise. In addition to performing all of the duties and responsibilities of a HR Generalist, incumbent must assist Personnel Manager in the administration of Personnel department functions, work on private industry and government inquiries such as garnishments, verification of employment, workers’ compensation and unemployment claims.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist with Leave of Absences FMLA, CFRA, PDL LOA, designation notices, payroll
    processing.
  • Investigate employee relation issues, and provide recommendation based on federal/ state employment labor laws and company policies and procedures.
  • Provide procedure guidance to Restaurant and Department Managers, employees and Management based on Company policies.
  • Coordinate open enrollments, changes, and training for employee benefits programs.
  • Create and distribute internal communications regarding status changes, benefits, or policies.
  • Administer new employee on-boarding and orientation.
  • Collaborate with Department to develop effective recruitment strategies and retention plans.
  • Maintain employee personnel records.
  • Conduct exit interviews and recommend corrective action if necessary.
  • Assists with other assigned duties and projects as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE (2yr. minimum):

Experience in Human Resources, within the hospitality industry or related field preferred. Depth of knowledge in: federal and state employment law and compliance requirements; Bachelor’s Degree or Associate’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field preferred. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint). Basic Knowledge of the HRIS system. Proficient in English and Spanish (speaking, reading, and writing).

PHYSICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, SENSORY REQUIREMENTS:

This job requires walking, standing, climbing, carrying, bending, lifting, pushing, pulling, reaching overhead, bending below waste line. Eye/hand/foot Coordination requirements. Ability to lift, carry, push, pull up to 20lbs. Consider the sensory requirements of touching/feeling, tasting, hearing, speaking, seeing, and smelling. This job requires the employee to see, hear, and speak. These essential functions have been set as an example on the type of work performed by the employees assigned to perform these tasks. We reserve the right to add, modify, change or eliminate assigned tasks and to make necessary and reasonable adjustments as needed.

Personnel HRIS & COS Clerk

DEPARTMENT: Personnel

This position reports directly to the Personnel Manager and/or designee. Incumbent is directly responsible for maintains accurate data entry in the HRIS and Payroll systems by working closely with Payroll services to process the weekly payroll. This position functions as a link between various Units/Departments on records that are retained electronically. In conjunction with Payroll Services, assists with year-end closing of electronic personnel records.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinates and monitors the data entry of information into the HRIS and Payroll Systems.
  • Prepares Change of Status (COS) reports, obtains documented approval and are forwarded to Payroll Services for weekly payroll processing.
  • Ensures that hires, changes, separation data benefit enrollment data is entered and updated as documented on the COS forms submitted for payroll processing.
  • Processes COS forms for all approved leave requests: Family and Medical Leave, Personal Leave, and all other type of leave requests.
  • Manages and tracks all COS reports entered into the HRIS and Payroll systems for hourly and salary employees.
  • Collects and organizes the Status Change Reports and COS Reports to prepare them for filing; and organizes the new hire personnel file for filing.
  • Serves as a liaison between Payroll and employees for Payroll questions and concerns.
  • Ensures accuracy of data in the Vacation Calendar as documented on Vacation Request forms.
  • Completes year end closing of vacation balance pay-outs, address verification updates; and updates the Vacation Calendar with employee selected dates for next year’s vacation planning.
  • Audits and maintains the accuracy of all electronic records in the systems.
  • Runs reports as requested for Managers, departments, and special projects.
  • Assists with other assigned duties and projects as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE (2yr. minimum):

Experience in Human Resources, within the hospitality industry or related field preferred. Depth of knowledge in: federal and state employment law and compliance requirements; Bachelor’s Degree or Associate’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field preferred. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint). Basic Knowledge of the HRIS system. Proficient in English and Spanish (speaking, reading, and writing).

Personnel Receptionist

DEPARTMENT: Personnel

This position reports directly to the Personnel Manager and/or designee. Incumbent is directly responsible for providing customer service to all walk-in guests and phone calls. The Personnel Receptionist handles all incoming mail, completes data entry of documents and provides back office assistance to the Personnel staff.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for greeting the customer professionally and cordially; determines the reason for their visit, answers basic questions, takes applications, and directs concerns to the appropriate Personnel staff member. 
  • Answers phone calls, determines the nature of the call, and transfers the call or takes a message.
  • Logs and tracks the names of daily visitors and schedules appointments.
  • Receives incoming mail, sorts and distributes internally, and organizes outgoing mail.
  • Monitors and orders office and safety cabinet supplies and maintains a supply of store uniforms by size and type.
  • Responsible for data entry of Employee Warning Notices, Information Reports and Exit Interview reports into the HRIS system; and maintains the data entry of the Uniform Log.
  • Performs a weekly and monthly cycle count of uniforms stored in the Personnel Office.
  • Works as back-up for Absence Management; handling doctors’ certifications, assesses if employees can or cannot return to work; and prepares return to work memos and email notice.
  • Assists employees scheduled to take the Food Handler Certification in the Personnel Office.
  • Maintains the Reception area and customer lounge presentable and stocked with applications.
  • Assists with other assigned duties and projects as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE (1yr. minimum):

Experience in Human Resources within the hospitality industry or related field preferred. Depth of knowledge in: federal and state employment law and compliance requirements; Bachelor’s Degree or Associate’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field preferred. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint). Basic Knowledge of the HRIS system. Proficient in English and Spanish (speaking, reading, and writing).

PHYSICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, SENSORY REQUIREMENTS:

This job requires walking, standing, climbing, carrying, bending, lifting, pushing, pulling, reaching overhead, bending below waste line. Eye/hand/foot Coordination requirements. Ability to lift, carry, push, pull up to 20lbs. Consider the sensory requirements of touching/feeling, tasting, hearing, speaking, seeing, and smelling. This job requires the employee to see, hear, and speak. These essential functions have been set as an example on the type of work performed by the employees assigned to perform these tasks. We reserve the right to add, modify, change or eliminate assigned tasks and to make necessary and reasonable adjustments as needed.

Personnel Recruiter

DEPARTMENT: Personnel

This position reports directly to the Personnel Manager and/or designee. Incumbent is directly responsible for coordinating full-cycle recruitment activities for vacant positions within the organization. As Head Recruiter, develops and implements recruitment plans, strategies, and resources to attract qualified external candidates to meet established business goals and objectives.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Identify potential candidates through various sources such as: social media, databases, referrals, and walk-ins.
  • Analyses prospective candidate application forms, conducts interviews and performs pre-employment activities, including: sourcing, screening, testing, interviewing, and job-placement.
  • Processes new hires in an accurate and timely manner by ensuring the pre-employment screening process is complete according to company policy. 
  • Conducts prior employment references and gains adequate information on which to base a selection decision.
  • Schedules and conducts new hire orientation class.
  • Manages onboarding post-hire and ensures new hire receives all necessary training and materials.
  • Must maintain current knowledge of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), affirmative action guidelines and laws, such as the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). 
  • Prepares reports for employment records such as weekly headcounts, terminations, suspension and leaves among other duties.
  • Performs 30-day follow-ups on new recruits.
  • Assists with other assigned duties and projects as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE (2yr. minimum):

Experience in recruiting, within the hospitality industry or related field preferred. Depth of knowledge in: federal and state employment law and compliance requirements; Bachelor’s Degree or Associate’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field preferred. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint). Basic Knowledge of the HRIS system. Proficient in English and Spanish (speaking, reading, and writing).

Picking and Receiving Coordinator

DEPARTMENT: Inventory and Distribution

This position reports directly to the Inventory Manager and/or designee. Incumbent’s main responsibility is to manage day-to-day receipts of raw material merchandise and selection of merchandise to fulfill store orders. Coordinates team members to ensure timely and safe delivery of all shipments.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manages merchandise entry and exit operations.
  • Supervises handling of merchandise upon receipt and dispatch to appropriate warehouse.
  • Works with Quality Control to ensure shipments received follow required safety, sanitation, and specification standards.
  • Confirms shipment receipts align with programmed orders and addresses any discrepancies.
  • Maintains warehouse daily to avoid errors and accelerate the processes of receipt of goods and preparation of orders.
  • Decides on inventory control procedures and monitor compliance.
  • Responsible for controlling inventory levels and product movement; and the conditions in which items are stored.
  • Verifies fulfillment of store orders ensuring planned production procedures are carried out in a timely manner with necessary quality and safety measures.
  • Assists with other assigned duties and projects as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE (2yr. minimum):

High School Diploma or equivalent preferred. Understanding of inventory management. Experience with powered industrial equipment such as forklifts and pallet jacks. Must have valid Food-Handling certification by a Serve-Safe certified organization. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint). Must be fluent in English and Spanish (speaking, reading, and writing).

PHYSICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, SENSORY REQUIREMENTS:

This job requires walking, standing, climbing, carrying, bending, lifting, pushing, pulling,reaching overhead, bending below waste line. Eye/hand/foot Coordination requirements. Ability to lift, carry, push, and pull up to 45 lbs.

Consider the sensory requirements of touching/feeling, tasting, hearing, speaking, seeing, and smelling. This job requires the employee to see, hear, and speak.

Consider environmental surroundings such as temperature, noise, irregular terrain/ground, and chemical products used. The employee must be able to walk on wet floor, work in changing ambient temperatures ranging from -20°F to 80°F, and work in loud surrounding areas.

These essential functions have been set as an example on the type of work performed by the employees assigned to perform these tasks. We reserve the right to add, modify, change or eliminate assigned tasks and to make necessary and reasonable adjustments as needed.

Picking Clerk

DEPARTMENT: Inventory and Distribution

This position reports directly to the Inventory Manager and/or designee. Incumbent’s main responsibility is to prepare and set up Raw Material and Warehouse orders for delivery and rotate Production Department’s product stocks using FIFO (First in First Out) method.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Prepares and sets up product orders/requisitions to be delivered to King Taco stores.
  • Maintains the picking/receiving area clean and organized; makes sure all merchandise/product is in its designated area.
  • Complies with company safety, hygiene and cleanliness standards when preparing orders to be delivered to stores.
  • Maintains walk-in coolers, containers and freezers; must be clean and well organized.
  • Ensures product received from production is properly stamped and labeled with pack date and product description prior to being loaded according to picking sheets.
  • Product left over after picking and filling prime material store orders must be counted for inventory.
  • Assists with other assigned duties and projects as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE (2yr. minimum):

High School Diploma or equivalent preferred. Basic understanding of inventory management. Experience with powered industrial equipment such as forklifts and pallet jacks. Must have valid Food-Handling certification by a Serve-Safe certified organization. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint). Must be fluent in English and Spanish (speaking, reading, and writing).

PHYSICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, SENSORY REQUIREMENTS:

This job requires walking, standing, climbing, carrying, bending, lifting, pushing, pulling,reaching overhead, bending below waste line. Eye/hand/foot Coordination requirements. Ability to lift, carry, push, and pull up to 45 lbs.

Consider the sensory requirements of touching/feeling, tasting, hearing, speaking, seeing, and smelling. This job requires the employee to see, hear, and speak.

Consider environmental surroundings such as temperature, noise, irregular terrain/ground, and chemical products used. The employee must be able to walk on wet floor, work in changing ambient temperatures ranging from -20°F to 80°F, and work in loud surrounding areas.

These essential functions have been set as an example on the type of work performed by the employees assigned to perform these tasks. We reserve the right to add, modify, change or eliminate assigned tasks and to make necessary and reasonable adjustments as needed.

Quality Control Associate

DEPARTMENT: Production

This position reports directly to the Quality Control Manager and/or designee. Incumbent’s main responsibility is to perform daily quality checks to ensure all raw materials and processes comply with food safety requirements and specifications. As Quality Control Associate, supports production in their efforts to achieve and maintain the highest level of food safety standards and practices.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Maintains quality standards by approving incoming products that conform to specifications; conducting visual and measurement tests; rejecting and returning unacceptable products.
  • Maintains quality standards by approving in-process production that conforms to specifications; conducting visual and measurement tests; communicating required adjustments to production leadership.
  • Maintains quality standards by approving raw & finished products that conform to specifications; conducting visual and measurement tests; returning products for re-work;
    confirming re-work.
  • Evaluate King Taco’s and supplier’s product specifications; Coordinate with Purchasing department to continuously establish quality requirements from external suppliers.
  • Maintains quality standards by removing all products that fail to meet specifications.
  • Monitor operations & recommend process improvements to meet standards.
  • Communicates and documents inspection and data results by completing reports and logs.
  • Maintains safe and healthy work environment by following HACCP standards and procedures, complying with USDA, FDA, and CDC regulations.
  • Assists with other assigned duties and projects, as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE (2yr. minimum):

Experience in food handling/administration or related field. Bachelor’s or Associate’s Degree in Food Science or related field preferred. Knowledge and experience with laboratory equipment. Must have valid Food-Handling certification by a Serve-Safe certified organization and California HACCP certification. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint). Must be fluent in English and Spanish (speaking, reading, and writing).

PHYSICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, SENSORY REQUIREMENTS:

This job requires walking, standing, climbing, carrying, bending, lifting, pushing, pulling,reaching overhead, bending below waste line. Eye/hand/foot Coordination requirements. Ability to lift, carry, push, and pull up to 45 lbs.

Consider the sensory requirements of touching/feeling, tasting, hearing, speaking, seeing, and smelling. This job requires the employee to see, hear, and speak.

Consider environmental surroundings such as temperature, noise, irregular terrain/ground, and chemical products used. The employee must be able to walk on wet floor, work in changing ambient temperatures ranging from -20°F to 80°F, and work in loud surrounding areas.

These essential functions have been set as an example on the type of work performed by the employees assigned to perform these tasks. We reserve the right to add, modify, change or eliminate assigned tasks and to make necessary and reasonable adjustments as needed.

Staff Accountant

DEPARTMENT: Accounting & Fiscal Department

This position reports directly to the Accounting Manager and/or designee. Incumbent’s main responsibility is that of assisting the Accounting Manager with the upkeep of the General Ledger, Financial Reports and Audit preparation.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The Staff Accountant prepares monthly bank reconciliations.
  • Prepares the monthly adjustments to the General Ledger for various allocations and accruals required.
  • Keeps the monthly proof of cash conciliation reports, part of the required annual Audit schedules.
  • Supervises the A/R and recording of sales, reviewing all data entry into A/R module.
  • Works as a backup person with the accounting staff, when others leave on vacation.
  • Is the person that primarily assists the Accounting Manager, with all Audit Schedules and requirements.
  • Assists the Accounting Manager with preparation of regular and special Financial Reports and Analysis.
  • Prepares various G/L account analysis and reconciliations as part of the internal audit of accounts.
  • Assists with other assigned duties and projects as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE (2yr. minimum):

Must have an Accounting degree from an accredited university or college. Experience in Accounts Payable, Payroll and Bank reconciliations; must understand the concept of Accrual Accounting and have understanding of concepts of Inventory Management, Journalizing to G/L, and Cost Accounting. Ability to use MS Excel, Word and experience with Accounting computer applications.

PHYSICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, SENSORY REQUIREMENTS:

This job requires walking, standing, carrying, bending, lifting, pushing, pulling, reaching overhead, bending below waste line. Eye/hand/foot Coordination requirements. Ability to lift, carry, push, pull up to 10lbs.

Consider the sensory requirements of touching/feeling, tasting, hearing, speaking, seeing, and smelling. This job requires the employee to see, hear, and speak.

These essential functions have been set as an example on the type of work performed by the employees assigned to perform these tasks. We reserve the right to add, modify, change or eliminate assigned tasks and to make necessary and reasonable adjustments as needed.