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KFCPhiladelphia, PA
  • At KFC, we feed the world.
  • But we do more than fill people up.
  • We fulfill their life.
  • Our meals matter, and when we serve them with southern hospitality, we make our customer's day.
  • So our jobs are more than a paycheck - they're about being independent, having fun, and making new friends.
  • If you're ready for a career in restaurant management, our Shift Supervisor position is the right place to start.
  • Working as a Shift Supervisor lets you develop your management skills while still having the time to do the things you enjoy.
  • You'll benefit from our training and career opportunities and receive reward and recognition for your efforts.
  • Requirements: The good news is that your training will teach you everything you need to know to succeed on the job.
  • But there are a few skills you should have from the get-go: - We have a GREAT culture at KFC and look for GREAT people to add to our family.
  • You know who you are -honest, energetic and fun.
  • Able to get along and talk easily with people.
  • You're never short of a smile and take real pride in your work; cope well under pressure and thrive on a challenge.
  • A natural leader, you want to be captain because you can bring together a winning team You're all about teaching new things and motivating the team to work together.
  • - You set high standards for yourself and the people you work with - you love keeping things fun for the team and the customers.
  • You want to learn how to run great restaurants from the best restaurant managers in the business.
  • - And, you're at least 18 years old with a valid driver's license, reliable transportation (not public transportation - you may need to drive to make deposits for the restaurant sometimes) and a true desire to learn and grow.
  • Additional Info: This job posting is for a position in a restaurant that is independently owned and operated by a franchisee.
  • This means your application will be reviewed by the franchisee who will make any hiring decisions.
  • If hired, the franchisee will be your employer and is alone responsible for any employment related matters.
  • Keep in mind, this is just basic information.
  • You'll find out more after you apply.
  • And independently-owned franchised or licensed locations may have different requirements.
  • We've got great jobs for people just starting their careers, looking for a flexible second job or continuing to work after retirement.
  • At KFC, what you do matters If you want a fun, flexible job and be part of a winning team, find out now why Life Tastes Better with KFC. Apply today

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