Domino's Pizza announced Wednesday that 34 corporate stores across the Baltimore area are looking to hire 100 new delivery drivers and assistant managers.
"We are dedicated to this area and are excited about the opportunity to offer additional jobs within the community, and to grow in the Baltimore area," said Tony Baffour, human resource manager of Domino's corporate stores in Baltimore. "The growth of the community and success of Domino's allows us to build on our organization, so we can continue to do what we do best - make great pizzas and deliver them with exceptional service."
The continued success of Domino's Pizza across the nation increases the need for additional support from enthusiastic employees.
"Domino's has been a great place to work with over the years," said Mike Rathjen, director of corporate operations of Domino's Pizza in the region. "Our company provides a fantastic opportunity to those who show initiative and a desire to advance. Whether you're looking to grow with the company or need a part-time job, Domino's is the place to be."
To apply for a position with Domino's Pizza, visit a Domino's Pizza store or visit www.careers.dominos.com.
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