coco di mama jobs: JOIN OUR FAMILY
Ever since we opened our first store in 2011, we have been determined to do things our own way. To us, that means hiring great people and making sure they are happy and motivated to work Coco di Mama jobs. We’ve got strong values that we take very seriously – when everyone sings the same tune, working life is a pleasure!
WHY WORK FOR COCO?
- Free meals (pasta, coffee & more!)
- Great culture – parties, events and Club Coco
- Paid breaks
- Wagestream: access your wages before pay day
- Amazing growth opportunities & in-house development
- 50% discount at Ask Italian and Zizzi
- WeCare: Access to 24/7 GP appointments, counselling & more
- Shoes 4 Crews: free shoes for hourly paid team members, delivered within 2 weeks
- Wrkit: discounts on shopping, cinema & more
- A bunch of great people to enjoy your days with!
“Ciao” is the most commonly used word at Coco di Mama every day!
Not only do we say ciao because we’re a friendly bunch, but it also describes Coco’s behavioural values and how it feels to be part of our family in 4 letters.
CIAO aren’t skills we train, they are personality & behaviours traits that we all demonstrate every day. Its not just a job here at Coco di Mama.
C – Can do!
As part of the Coco family, we all share a ‘can do’ attitude with positive energy in all situations.
I – Individuality
Within our Coco culture, we embrace, encourage and look for ‘individuality’.
A – Approachable
We’re approachable and welcoming to our colleagues and our customers, and will always make time for people. We work as a team and are always warm and friendly.
O – Organised
For the day ahead, we like to be super organised to ensure a smooth operation and great customer experience.
If CIAO describes you, we would love to hear from you. Hit the button below to check out our vacancies and apply to join the team today!
Job Spotlight: Our lovely Sandra
“I joined Coco in 2017 as an inexperienced Barista, and then worked my way up to General Manager within five years.
Coco di Mama always felt like a second home to me, and the teams I’ve worked with have become my family. Since my very first day I felt very welcome, and I was immediately treated as part of the Coco family.
I want to say a big Thank you to all my colleagues and managers, who were always very supportive, answering any questions I had and helping me progress within the business. A very big Thank you to the amazing team members and customers that helped make every busy lunch service easy and fun! I’m also extremely thankful for all the friendly latte art “competitions” in the mornings, and for all these great memories we all keep creating together at Coco.”
Job Spotlight : THE OG Manager
“I have worked at Coco for 10 years.
I was first taken on as a General Manager when Coco had only 1 shop at Fleet St. As that store got more popular, we expanded the business and I soon stepped out to become an Operations Manager. As the brand grew and we opened more shops, I also began to help with the new store opens and quickly become the NSO Projects Manager.
I’ve always loved working at Coco as I love the dynamism and proactivity of the brand, something which mirrors my skills.
In my spare time I enjoy road biking and going for long walks in Epping Forest!”
Job Spotlight: THE FOOTBALLER
“My career at Coco started in June 2012. I was taken on as a part-time kitchen team member, then very quickly moved to a full-time position, and soon after that I transferred to the Fleet Street store to become pasta lead. It wasn’t long after that I got trained to use the till and the coffee machine and all other aspects of the business. I became a General Manager within 3 years of joining Coco di Mama. In my 7 years of managing experience, I have overseen 8 sites and I am now in charge of the production kitchen!
In my spare time I like to play football, meet friends and visit new places. I see myself as a confident, organised person with a can-do attitude. If you’re like me join us!”
Job Spotlight: THE FOODIE
“I absolutely love working at Coco! It’s a real up beat, friendly environment. Every day is different and there’s never a dull moment.
I’m also a serious foodie, so it’s perfect for me. There’s always something that needs tasting!”