McDonald’s Restaurant Crew Careers
Where will you find the biggest management advantages in business? You won’t believe your eyes… Or your ears… Or anything else for that matter.
Because any way you look at it, one of the best places to build a management career is under the Golden Arches.
That’s right, your neighborhood McDonald’s. That billions and billions served. Hard to believe? Keep reading.
A restaurant job with McDonald’s is one of the better kept management development secrets in the world. More than half of McDonald’s Corporation executives and more than a third of McDonald’s independent owner/operators started their careers in a McDonald’s restaurant. What does that tell you about your chances to move up?
And that’s just the beginning. McDonald’s offer a world-renown management development program, including a chance to attend the college-accredited Hamburger University. A career path beginning in a company-owned or independently owned and operated McDonald’s restaurant can take you as far as you want to go.
That’s what restaurant jobs with McDonald’s are all about. You’ll be encouraged to grow, learn and develop the broad-based skills you’ll need to move up fast — with Kaufman Enterprises, an independent McDonald’s franchisee, or almost any company in the world. Having such experience on your resume will open eyes, not to mention doors. It starts in your local McDonald’s restaurant. What comes next is up to you.
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Kaufman Enterprises Operating Guidelines
Kaufman Enterprises’ continued success depends on living up to the high standards we have set. That’s why all of our employees follow specific guidelines and policies that govern how we conduct business and help define our culture. Our guidelines and policies include the following:
Diversity – We continuously strive to maintain an environment in which everyone feels valued, accepted and rewarded as an integral part of the team. Our corporate vision for diversity is to leverage the unique talents, strengths and assets of our people in order to provide the world’s best quick service restaurant experience. We believe diversity goes beyond race and gender to include diversity of experience and ideas.
People Promise – We know that we can only provide the best customer experience when we provide the best employee experience. Our People Promise reflects McDonald’s values and describes the culture we embrace in our restaurants and our offices. “We value you, your growth and your contributions” is more than words. It’s a commitment to our employees that we strive to achieve every day.
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Performance Development System – McDonald’s success is dependent upon the creativity, competence and leadership of our people. Therefore, we are committed to the personal and professional growth of our employees. Our Performance Development System (PDS) is a comprehensive and consistent process for developing high performance individuals who are focused on achieving business results and attaining their career aspirations. Our PDS ensures that McDonald’s has the right people in the right place at the right time.
Equal Opportunity – We provide opportunities for recruitment, employment, training, development, performance reviews, pay, advancement and any other aspect of employment based solely on individual abilities and job performance. This policy ensures a practice of equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other.
Much of Kaufman Enterprises success can be attributed to our emphasis on training. We are committed to giving you the latest information about new technology and restaurant procedures to help you serve and impress your customers. As a Kaufman Enterprises team member, your manager will discuss your training needs and provide you with the instruction you need to be successful.
Learning isn’t limited to formal training. An experience at McDonald’s will teach you important job skills that will help you throughout your work life, whether you stay with our McDonald’s or continue your career at another company, the skills and knowledge you acquire can be applied to any career you pursue in the future.
Opportunities for Advancement
A Crew Trainer is a hard working employee who is able to define and demonstrate the abilities of being a role model, coach, expert and a teacher. A Crew Trainer displays a positive, no problem attitude and is a leader within the restaurant.
A Crew Chief must be able to define and demonstrate all the roles and responsibilities of a Crew Trainer and have been a Crew Trainer for a minimum of three months. The Crew Chief’s availability must meet the store’s needs and he or she should have the ability to manager the three key areas of the restaurant which include, Front Counter Service, Drive-Thru and Production. At this point in a Crew Chief’s development, people skills will be used to motivate and lead others toward the execution of tasks and the hitting of targets in the areas of Quality, Service and Cleanliness.
To be considered for an In-Store Manager position, an individual must be a Crew Chief for a minimum of three months. The In-Store Manager’s availability must meet the store’s needs and performance must be excellent to outstanding for a minimum of three months. The In-Store Manager displays a desire to continuously learn and strives for excellence at all times. In addition, leadership qualities and the ability to motivate people are necessary. In this position, the primary goal is to learn and execute shift management skills and deliver impressive levels of QSC and Hospitality to our customers.
- Regular performance and wage reviews
- Opportunity for Advancement
- Free Meals
- Free Uniform
- Availability of Crew Health Insurance
- Open Door Policy
- Crew Outings
- Payroll Direct Deposit
- Family Meal Discounts
- Plus more!