Domino's pizza announces 715 new jobs in Ireland

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Domino's Pizza Announces 715 New Jobs In Ireland Domino's Pizza Announces 715 New Jobs In Ireland
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Kenneth Fox

Domino's Pizza has announced 715 new roles across Ireland including management positions, team members and contract drivers as it gears up for its busiest time of year.

The pizza chain said the big recruitment push comes at a time when many people find themselves out of work due to the global pandemic and recent lockdown.

Domino’s already provides work for nearly 2,000 colleagues and contract workers across its 85 Irish stores.

Successful applicants will be welcomed with opportunities for career development, rewards and recognition. They also said working for Domino’s opens up interesting opportunities for long-term career development.

Food safety

Speaking about today's job announcement Dominic Paul, Domino’s Pizza Group, chief executive said: “It has been a privilege to keep our stores open during Covid-19 and to now be in a position to offer hundreds more people the opportunity to become a Domino’s team member.

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"Creating over 700 new roles, will help ensure we keep serving our local communities safely as we head towards a busy festive period.”

The business has introduced measures such as contact free delivery and collection.

All team members are trained in Domino’s rigorous food safety and hygiene procedures to ensure hungry customers receive their freshly made, hot pizzas as safely as possible.

In terms of what Covid-19 restriction are put in place, he said Domino’s is a safe place to work with perspex screens installed in all stores, limited numbers allowed in the customer area and mandated face masks in store to ensure the safety of all our colleagues.

He also said that the company is an Age Positive Employer Champion, meaning it has been recognised for its commitment to welcoming applicants of all ages.

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