Tim Hortons

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Job Position: Crew Member/ Shift Supervisor

  • Application Deadline: 24th December 2021
  • Employment Type: Part Time and Full Time Availability
  • Location(s): Burlington, Hamilton, Waterdown, Stoney Creek
  • Compensation: $14.25 per hour
  • How to Apply: Submit your resume and cover letter to vpeart@goodwillonline.ca
  • or submit them using the Apply button below.

Required Qualifications:

No experience required. Training is provided.

Key Responsibilities:

As a team member your top priority is guest satisfaction. Whether you are the very first person our guests encounter or producing quality finished bakery items that our guests come to enjoy and love you will have the opportunity to deliver and create exceptional guest experiences. Your energy and passion for guest service are what make you a top team member in this fast-paced environment while your ability to multi-task and communicate with your fellow team members will contribute to your success.

Additional Details:

We are an equal opportunity employer and considers all qualified applicants equally without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or disability status.Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Pay: From $14.25 per hourCOVID-19 considerations:
All Customers wear mask also hourly sanitizing

Must have own transportation as location is not on bus route.

About Our Company:

Tim Hortons is a Canadian restaurant chain known for its coffee, doughnuts and connection to Canada’s national identity. Its namesake, Toronto Maple Leaf’s defenseman Tim Horton (1930–74), founded the business with Montréal businessman Jim Charade. The first Tim Hortons doughnut franchise opened in Hamilton, Ontario, in April 1964. Since then, Tim Hortons has become Canada’s largest restaurant chain, operating 3,665 stores across the country as of 2016. In 1995, American fast-food chain Wendy’s bought Tim Hortons in a partnership that lasted until 2006. In 2014, the chain was again purchased by a foreign company, this time by Brazilian firm 3G Capital, known for its ownership of Burger King. Despite foreign ownership, Tim Hortons remains a Canadian cultural phenomenon.