There will be more opportunity for Bundaberg jobseekers to gain work with Domino's calling for 25 new local employees as part of a nation-wide hiring campaign.
Local Domino’s Bundaberg franchisee Thomas Walker said he was humbled to be in the position to give those looking for work the chance to do so.
“As a small business owner, I am proud to be able to provide jobs in our local community, especially at a time where so many people are out of work,” he said.
“Domino’s is a people-first business and our stores are a great place to gain important life skills and grow both as an individual and professionally.
“I encourage anyone out of work, looking for a change, or even for their first job to apply.”
Local jobs part of Domino's nation-wide campaign
The popular pizza brand is looking to hire 2,500 team members across Australia.
Domino’s ANZ CEO Nick Knight, who started in the business more than 20 years ago as an instore team member himself, said the company was privileged to be in a position to hire in the current landscape.
“With JobKeeper now finished and many people still struggling to find meaningful work, we are fortunate to be in a position to give thousands of Aussies looking for work the opportunity to do so,” he said.
Mr Knight said Domino’s was a “people-first business”, with various roles and shifts available to suit everyone.
“We take pride in supporting our local communities – whether that be through providing free pizzas, or holding ‘Doughraisers’, for those in need, and are looking for team members who share that same passion and pride.”
To apply, head to the Domino’s Jobs website jobs.dominos.com.au.
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