Join the Chicken Treat team: Australian restaurant chain recruits store members, cashier, shift supervisor and more

Chicken Treat is an Australian barbecue chicken fast food restaurant chain that operates in West Australia. If you are looking for a dynamic restaurant to work at, this is the place for you. Check out more information below.

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The Australian fast-food chain specializes in a menu made of – you guessed it – chicken. Also, they’re social media accounts, especially Twitter, is run by one of their mascots: a friendly chicken named Betty.

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Chicken Treat started out in 1976 by Managing Director Frank Romano, who’s in the frontline of Western Australia’s group. According to Romano, the chain aims for great customer service and high-quality meat, that is why the dishes are a “treat” to be savoured.

The very first store of the chain was opened in Midland, and it was a total success. In only 4 years, 7 other stores were inaugurated around the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia, Perth. This strategic placing was a key factor for success.

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The group had a mission to enlarge the chain of fast foods and develop the company in yet more cities. To get there, Chicken Treat launched its franchise system. Thanks to this independency, by the year of 1988, the group had 39 stores operating, while its headquarters remained in Perth. 

In 2015, the food chain campaign in social media drew a lot of attention to the restaurants. They had allowed one of their chickens, Betty, to post on the company’s Twitter account. By the end of the year, the brand had over 8,000 followers on the platform.

If you want to be a team member at Chicken Treat, you will have the mission to surprise and delight their customers with their famous “Hero Service”, outstanding brand knowledge and contagious smiles. At Chicken Treat, the Hero Code defines employees act:

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  • Heroes unleash happiness
  • Heroes win together
  • Heroes believe in themselves and the cause
  • Heroes never give up

That being said, most of the job offers at the fast-food chain are for store team members. These people will be in direct contact with customers, and therefore need to have a set of qualities to offer the best client-focused service. These requirements are:

  • hero customer service skills
  • communication, motivation, initiative and accountability skills
  • enjoying teamwork
  • being an active listener
  • compliant with the Workplace Health & Safety, Food Safety
  • being flexible and committed
  • show respect, support and commitment

If you possess some or even all of these skills, Chicken Treat is the right place for you! The chain offers both full-time and part-time jobs, so you can choose the system that works best for you. The position is available in several locations: 

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Store Team Members jobs available

  • Eaton WA
  • South Hedland WA
  • Port Hedland WA
  • Woodbridge TAS
  • Collie WA
  • Ravenswood QLD
  •  Merredin WA
  • Mahomets Flats WA
  • Carnarvon WA, and more.

Also, if you are looking for another role, there are more positions available, whereas you’d prefer to work in the kitchen or supervising the restaurant facilities. You can find these and other opportunities at au.indeed.com:

  • Store Team Members – Junior Kitchen Hands
  • Shift Supervisor
  • Part-Time Assistant Manager
  • Restaurant Manager
  • Delivery Manager
  • Part-Time Shift Supervisor
  • Full-Time Restaurant Manager
  • Full-Time Cashier
  • Full-Time Assistant Manager
  • Kitchenhand
  • Cleaner

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Source: au.indeed.com | Images: 7news.com.au/ franchisebusiness.com.au

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