Supermac’s is set to create 400 jobs with the opening of six new restaurants across the country.
The new outlets in the chain will bring the total amount of the group’s stores in Ireland to 114 in the first half of 2018.
The planned openings will be in Donegal Town, Balbriggan, Co Dublin, three in Cork at Ballyvollane, Bandon Rd and Glanmire and one in Naas, Co. Kildare.
The jobs do not include another planned restaurant for Port Road in Letterkenny which may not open until either later this year or next year.
The company – which currently employs over 2,700 people here – is currently on a major recruitment drive.
Supermac’s is looking for management staff in particular but there are “career opportunities at all levels”.
“We are looking for staff in the area of managers, store managers, assistant managers and catering assistants,” MD Pat McDonagh said.
“We put structured career paths in place for staff that leads to store manager positions as well as site managers and area managers.
“Some of the stores that are scheduled to open will be franchised operations and we are looking for people that want a career.”
The first Supermac’s store was opened in Ballinasloe 40 years ago and the latest outlet to open was in Headford, Co. Galway.Tags: