Domino’s Pizza to hire 2,000 more in Chicagoland
113 Chicagoland Domino’s® Locations to Hire 2,000 New Team Members. Open positions include delivery drivers, customer service representatives, assistant managers and general managers
CHICAGO, Oct. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Domino’s is looking to hire 2,000 new employees across 113 franchise-owned locations across Chicagoland. All of the new positions offered are for delivery drivers, pizza makers, customer service representatives, assistant managers and general managers.
The continued success of Domino’s across the nation, and specifically the growth of Domino’s locations throughout Chicago and its surrounding areas, increases the need for additional support from enthusiastic employees.
“Domino’s has been a great place to work over the years,” said Reece Arroyave, a Chicagoland Domino’s franchise owner. “Our company provides a fantastic opportunity to those who show initiative and a desire to advance. Whether you’re looking to grow with the company or need a part-time job, Domino’s is the place to be.”
Arroyave started working part-time at Domino’s when he was a teenager. He worked his way up and eventually became a franchise owner in 1999. Arroyave now owns 34 Domino’s stores throughout Chicagoland. He is not alone – more than 90 percent of Domino’s U.S. franchise owners began their career as part-time delivery drivers or pizza makers.
Those who are interested in applying for a job may do so at jobs.dominos.com.
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