The Dungannon area is set for a major economic boost this year after the pizza restaurant chain Domino’s announced it will be bringing more than 30 new jobs to the town.
The firm is looking for a range of positions to be filled, with roles from chefs to delivery drivers, at its new premises, which will be located in Scotch Street.
The company aims to open the new restaurant within weeks, and a spokesperson said they are keen to recruit its workforce from within the local area.
Conall Humston, owner of Domino’s in Dungannon said: “We’re really excited to have found such a great location and premises, right in the heart of the community.”
Mr Humston continued: “We’re looking to recruit from within the local area and want to deliver more than just great pizza to the community. Many Domino’s team members move on to management positions in under two years, so if you want it – it’s not just a job, it’s a career.”
Domino’s supports the NI Children’s Hospice in the important work that they do.
To date, the company has raised nearly £60,000 since September 2011 and is on track to raise more much-needed funds in 2016.
In addition to fund-raising activity, each store hosts the NI Children’s Hospice deal on their websites which donates £1 to the Hospice from every deal sold.
You can find out more about the new roles available at the soon to be opened Dungannon restaurant by logging on to their website at www.dominos.co.uk
Anyone interested in applying for any of the jobs can do so online at http://corporate.dominos.co.uk/ or visit the store in person.