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Craveable Brands to hire over 320 staff

The company has a national network of 13,000 people across 580 restaurants.

The parent company of Red Rooster, Oporto and Chicken Treat is currently advertising for nearly over 320 jobs.

Craveable Brands said there are 320 positions available nationally across its network of restaurants and another 14 jobs in its Sydney head office.

“We are very fortunate that at a time with so much uncertainty, our industry, our company and our brands have experienced unprecedented growth, with no signs of slowing down,” Craveable Brands Group CEO Karen Bozic said in a media release.

The company boasts a national network of 13,000 people across 580 restaurants, including 180 staff at their head office.

“We are proud to empower people to try new opportunities and move through different roles, departments and brands to become senior leaders in head office, or Franchise Partners if they’re starting as restaurant team members,” added chief people officer Trudie Harriman.

“One way we support employees is through our Craver Academy, where staff can access education courses and other assets to help them learn and develop skills.”

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The chain is also giving one couple the chance to win free catering.
The Mexican QSR recently embarked on a hiring spree across the country.
The promotion is available across the chain’s 41 stores.
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The fast food chain has 54 restaurants across SA and 449 nationally.