Each day is different. The number of customers on any particular day is all dependent on what new movie comes out, what the weather is like outside, and also depending on what day, month, or particular time of the year it is.
Some days are quiet, which requires a minimum number of staff members to run the facilities, so it will mostly be a day of prepping stock, and maintaining the hygiene standards of the facilities.
Other days will be full of customers demanding tickets, food, and drink all in one go to watch the latest big hit, and this is where training that is gathered from the moment you step through the door to start first shift is vital, as you will be thrown straight in the deep end.
All the staff members are friendly, and the management are always helpful with a great deal of knowledge to hand, as they have worked up from the ranks of customer assistant to management.
The hardest part of the job is retaining knowledge of offers and deals available to the customer, stock, food standard laws, hygiene standards, chemical storage and use, instructions to know when there is a fire and what your role will be in event in an emergency.
The most enjoyable part is the team you work with tend to catch up outside of work hours, and make the most of their spare time catching up.
Can be flexible with shifts, free movie showings, and food and drink discount