McDonald’s restaurants in Butler County are launching a new quick-hiring initiative for displaced workers.
The company announced that they are offering at least 60 new employment opportunities for local residents who are facing financial hardship.
Positions are available on the crew or in management.
“We are in a very difficult and uncertain time,” said Owner and Operator Meghan Sweeney. “Because the local economy has taken a major hit, we are announcing this initiative to immediately provide work for those who need it most.”
She noted that because McDonald’s restaurants are both essential and popular among local residents, they provide stable, full- and part-time employment opportunities.
“We offer flexible scheduling, competitive pay and terrific scholarships for all employees who want to continue their education,” she said. “In fact, in the first quarter of this year, McDonald’s awarded more than $14,000 in scholarships to employees at the Butler County locations.”
You can apply online at mcdonalds.com/careers.