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Company Overview: Tim Hortons

About Tim Hortons

Industries:
Restaurant, Coffee shop
Number of stores:
4,500+
Founded:
1964
Revenue:
$2.5 billion (2010)
Headquarter:
Hamilton, Ontario
CEO:
Paul D. House
Overview
Tim Horton's is a large coffee and restaurant chain based in Hamilton, Ontario. The company operates more than 4,500 locations, nearly 1,000 of which are in the United States.

How to Apply For a Job at Tim Hortons

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You can use StartWire to search and apply for select positions at Tim Hortons. When you use StartWire to manage your job applications, we'll even provide you with the tools you need to simplify and organize your job search. Apply now

Apply online

You can use Tim Hortons hiring website to apply for all positions within their stores and corporate headquarters. If you choose to use this application method, don't forget to come back to StartWire and tell us about it so we can help you keep your job search organized.

Paper application

Tim Hortons also offers a paper application that you can use to apply for a job in their stores. To get one, stop by your local Tim Hortons location and fill it out in person. This can be a great way to make a personal connection with a hiring manager, and can improve your chances of getting the job.

The Tim Hortons Application Process

Tim Hortons has one of the nicest and most user-friendly online applications out there. From start to finish, the entire application process shouldn't take you more than 15 minutes to complete.

To start out the application, you will need to provide your personal information like your name, phone number, address, and social security number. Compared to most employers, they ask for very little information, which is very appreciated.

Once your personal information is entered, you will simply have to select the position that you want (team member or management). From there, you simply have to select the location at which you would like to work.

You will also have an opportunity to enter in your interests and hobbies outside of work, which gives you an opportunity to stand out a little bit against the competition and personalize an otherwise generic application process. With that said, make sure that the hobbies and interests you list are not controversial. Only list things that will paint you in a positive light.

From here, you will need to enter your availability (when can you start, and what times you're available to work each day), and your employment history. Then you will need to answer a very brief series of questions. To give you an idea of what to expect, here are a few examples:

"What is important to you as a guest at Tim Hortons?"

"Making our guests happy is our number one priority. How would you help us make that happen?"

The fields are free-form, so you can type directly into the answer box. Though it might be a little difficult to come up with a good answer, it's nice that Tim Hortons offers this type of question. Most applications don't really give you a chance to stand out as a person.

The final part of the application will ask you to provide up to three references. Only one reference is required, though we would suggest adding all three if you have them.

How to Get Updates on Your Tim Hortons Application

Unfortunately, Tim Hortons doesn't offer automatic application updates at this time. If you would like to learn where you stand or find out if you're still being considered for the position to which you've applied, you will need to contact the hiring manager directly.

Who is Tim Hortons Hiring?

Tim Hortons is an equal opportunity employer. They do not consider an applicant's gender, age, ethnicity, or disability while making their hiring decisions.

Jobs available at Tim Hortons

In Tim Hortons stores, all employees are either team members are managers. Team members are responsible for cooking the food, brewing the coffee, running the cash registers, and helping out the customers in any way that they can. Managers are responsible for keeping the restaurant running smoothly, and making sure that the work environment is safe and positive for their employees. Search jobs

There are also many opportunities available at Tim Hortons corporate headquarters. To learn more about those opportunities as they become available, we recommend that you check the job listings on their hiring website regularly.

Types of people Tim Hortons wants to hire

If the job descriptions are any indication, Tim Hortons wants to hire dependable, friendly, and honest people who like to work as part of a team. Customer service skills are incredibly important as well. To give yourself the best chance of getting the job, you should do your best to emphasize those skills and any related experience while filling out the application and going in for an interview.

Age requirements

You must be at least 15 years old to work at Tim Hortons

Business Summary

Leadership

Paul D. House is the Executive Chairman and interim CEO of Tim Hortons. Don Schroeder preceded him, and was the CEO from 2008 until 2011.

Finances

Tim Hortons earned $2.5 billion revenue (Canadian dollars) in 2010. Their net income was $647 million in that same year.

History

The first Tim Hortons was opened in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1964. The original name of the restaurant was "Tim Horton Donuts", though that was later changed. The restaurant was founded by former NHL player Tim Horton and his partner Ron Royce. By the time of Horton's death in 1974, there were 40 Tim Hortons locations. By 1991, there were more than 500 locations.

Today, there are more than 4,500 Tim Hortons locations. Roughly 75% of the stores are in Canada, with the rainder in the United States.

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