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Join The Hooligans

Ever since we opened the big blue house with the red door, we've made two things clear, we love people and we happen to make damn good coffee. Our team is made up of a bunch of hooligans who are part interior design nerds, event planning specialist, your go to car dj, and coffee addicts from all walks of life. Our little family is constantly growing and we’re always on the lookout for talented baristas to join our team. Whether you're a world barista champion or a coffee enthusiast with no professional experience, we would love to get to know you. But just to be clear, if your passion for coffee is more important than your passion for people, this may not be the job for you. Because at our house, we live by one Mantra: we first and foremost love, and happen to make damn good coffee.

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We're honored you've come this far and you're considering applying to one of our positions. Before you smash that apply button, make sure this is this right position for you. We've put together a list of "what not to have" in hopes of saving you time and effort. If you see yourself on this list we encourage you to keep searching elsewhere, the right job is just around the corner. 

  1. You're currently a barista at another shop and intend to split shifts. (Even though we love watching the bachelor/bachelorette, we’re not that into the idea of competing for your time/love.)

  2. If the thought of working on a weekend or late night shift disgusts you. We open until midnight daily therefore if hired, working late nights are your jam. Our main goal is to provide a space for the city of Azusa where community is created and conversation begins, which can happen at all times of the day.

Lastly, and arguably most importantly we created Mantra under the impression that this establishment will serve as a home for the city of Azusa, and that covers ALL of Azusa. This includes but is not limited to college students, LGBTQ+, the elderly, vegans, carnivores, the homeless, and even the people who prefer Keurig coffee over a pour over. If this statement does not sit well with you, we’d love to still be friends just not coworkers.