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Burger King Carrols CorporationLewisburg, WV
  • Maintenance Opportunity Awaits Carrols owns and operates more than 800 Burger King Restaurants, and we need great people on our team As Maintenance, you will be the one to help our Burger King to run smoothly.
  • You will be fixing and cleaning different parts of both the inside and the outside of the store so we can continue to serve up our sizzling burgers with excellent guest service.
  • What Does MAINTENANCE do?
  • Uses basic power tools in order to maintain the proper function of the building Maintains restrooms, dining areas and the kitchen by keeping them clean and up to safety and health standards Maintains the outside appearance of the building, parking lot and landscape.
  • Carrols makes sure you are an important part of customers having it their way As Maintenance, you will help keep Burger King running.
  • You will need to use basic power tools and have knowledge of how to fix basic structures in order to maintain the home of the Whopper Your responsibilities will also include cleaning of both the inside and the outside of our store.
  • Have it your way and enjoy flexible scheduling and sizzling benefits Carrols participates in the BKC scholarship program started by the founder, Jim McLamore.

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