Fast food may not be known for its high-earning potential, but become a general manager at Chipotle and you could be rolling in more than just burritos. The compensation package for a Chipotle restauranteur—or general manager—hovers around $99,000 a year, CBS Los Angeles reports.
An entry-level employee at Chipotle Mexican Grill makes about $21,000 a year plus benefits, but those employees can work their way up, sometimes fairly quickly. One restauranteur CBS Los Angeles interviewed, Lidia Castillo, went from a service manager to general manager in less than a year.
In 2011, 97 percent of Chipotle's salaried managers were promoted from hourly positions within Chipotle, the restaurant's website states.
The employees who make it to the top of the ladder possess the 13 qualities Chipotle says make an ideal employee. Those characteristics, Castillo told CBS Los Angeles, are: “Conscientious, respectful, hospitable, high energy, infectiously enthusiastic, happy, presentable, smart, polite, motivated, ambitious, curious, and honest."
Think you have the 13 qualities of an ideal Chipotle employee?
According to the Chipotle website, the Chipotle in Wayne is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
The Mexican grill is also hiring at other nearby locations. Visit Chipotle's career website for more information.