Have you ever imagined working in one of the largest fast food chains in the country? BK Brasil, which owns the Burger King and Popeyes brands, recently opened more than 1,500 jobs across the country.
Most jobs target professionals interested in working in one of the company’s restaurants in various cities in the Southeast, Northeast, Midwest, and South regions. Vacancies for leadership positions, such as Restaurant Manager, Shift Coordinator, Service Technician and Maintenance.
There are also 35 opportunities to work in the brand’s corporate office, located in Barueri, in the greater city of São Paulo, focusing on the areas of technology, finance, marketing and sales, people and management, operations and expansion and engineering.
In the latter case, by the way, there are opportunities for roles of data engineer, software engineer, data engineer, PO (product owner), and digital business analyst among other jobs, trying to meet the demand for professionals in this field from you.
Requirements vary depending on the role being sought and the full list of opportunities and requirements can be accessed here.
In addition, BK Brasil has created two exclusive talent pools for black people and another for disabled people.
How to apply
Those wishing to apply for any of the vacant positions should have access to Company page on LinkedIn To see the full list of opportunities. It is also possible to register via WhatsApp through the number (11) 94317-6360. The company has a recruitment robot, which facilitates the application process.
Also, applications must be submitted for a talent bank that is exclusive to blacks and one for people with disabilities. here And here.
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