Chipotle Plans to Hire 4,000 People With First National Career Day
Posted on September 1, 2015
Chipotle is planning its first National Career Day on September 9th. The Mexican grill chain plans to hire 4,000 new employees. Chipotle will hold interviews at its U.S. restaurants from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m.
The company currently has 60,000 employees. Chipotle says at National Career Day will get the chance to interview with a manager. It also says 95% of its restaurant managers are promoted from within the company.
Monty Moran, co-chief executive officer at Chipotle, says in a statement, "We are constantly looking for great people to join our team. Regardless of your background or experience, you can succeed at Chipotle if you have a passion for making the people around you better. Working here isn’t just a job, but a career where employees learn how to make others better, run a successful business, master culinary skills, and most importantly, lead teams of top performers. For people who embrace that culture, the opportunities are tremendous, and we hope job-seekers looking to further their career and join a dynamic team will come join us on National Career Day."
You can register for an interview at Chipotle's site: nationalcareerday.com.