Domino’s to create 650 new jobs in Ireland

It also has to open an additional 10 stores over the next two years.

Domino’s Pizza said it will create 650 new jobs across its network of 86 stores in Ireland covering management, in-store pizza making and delivery roles.

The recruitment drive is on top of 350 positions that it filled earlier this year. Once the new positions are filled, the pizza firm said it will employ close to 3,000 people in both the Republic and Northern Ireland.

Domino’s also has plans to open an additional 10 stores in Ireland over the next two years.

“We’re not rushing this process though and our priority continues to be providing top service and quality food from each of our existing stores,” the chain’s CEO for Ireland Scott Bush said.

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