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Tri-State McDonald's Restaurants Looking for Summer Employees

Local McDonald’s restaurants will hire approximately 1,000 new employees in surrounding communities over the next few weeks to staff up for summer.

Posted: Apr 7, 2021 1:04 PM
Updated: Apr 8, 2021 7:48 AM

Multiple McDonald's restaurants in the Tri-State area are looking to hire around 1,000 employees to staff up for summer.

McDonald's says it hopes to offer employees an opportunity to learn work readiness skills on the job that serve them well into future career opportunities.

In addition to gaining experience and knowledge in the hospitality industry, a job at McDonald’s develops teamwork, customer service, responsibility, and time management skills.

Local crew members may also enjoy an array of benefits including the opportunity for professional advancement, free meals, paid vacation, and more. Local Owner/Operator Katie Kenworthy says flexible scheduling is one of the most popular benefits among her crew members.

“We understand that our employees have commitments outside of work, whether that’s school, family, or other responsibilities,” said Kenworthy. “We’re dedicated to being flexible when life happens.”

Local McDonald’s owners/operators have put procedures in place for contactless ways to apply including online and text message options along with paper applications available in the drive-thru. Restaurants are also offering virtual interviews and socially distant options for onboarding new crew members.

Benefits and available shifts vary by restaurant. Contact individual locations for more information.

You can see a full list of locations that are hiring below:

Evansville
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Owensboro
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Washington
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