McDonald's in Leeds train station is hiring new staff with fully flexible job shifts available - here's how to apply
Fancy yourself a job surrounded by chips, nuggets, burgers and ice cream?
Fast food restaurant and takeaway McDonald's is looking for full time staff to work in its Leeds train station franchise.
Shift patterns and hours of work are fully flexible and you can start as early as this Sunday, April 18.
Pay is dependent on age and those aged 16 to 20 can earn £7.50 an hour and those aged 21 and over will be paid £9.00 an hour.
--> READ MORE: Leeds Northern Monk Brewery teams up with Seabrook to create 'world's first' crisp flavoured beersThe franchise wants confident, friendly, courteous and helpful people to join its team to help with preparing food, serving on the till or looking after customers in the dining areas.
The full job description on the McDonald's careers site is as follows:
Join us and you'll become part of a crew, or a team, that works together to provide the best customer experience. If you've visited one of our restaurants before, you’ve probably got some idea of what's involved in working here. But you might not realise the variety and scope of the role. We want every McDonald's customer to have a brilliant experience, every time they visit. That means hot food in a clean and friendly restaurant. As a Crew Member, you'll make it happen, whether you're preparing food, serving on the till or being out in the dining areas looking after our customers' needs.
A franchised restaurant is a restaurant operated by a local business person trading under the McDonald's name. Currently over 80% of our restaurants in the UK are franchised but from a customer point of view there's no difference. For employees there will be minor differences between a company and a franchised restaurant. Please refer to additional information for more details.
Quite simply, you'll be working in our fast moving, high energy environment and we’re looking for a genuine smile plus an ability to connect with customers and make them feel valued.
You’ll need to be confident in approaching and dealing with diverse groups of people. Friendly, courteous and helpful behaviour will come naturally to you and you’ll work well as part of a team. Effective communication skills such as attentive listening, face-to-face verbal communication and eye contact are a must. You’ll also need to understand the importance of maintaining high standards of quality and service as well as cleanliness. The ability to maintain high energy levels whilst working both efficiently and productively is essential. Finally, your appearance should be smart and clean.
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