Jobs Most Recently Posted by KFC
Company Overview: KFC
- Restaurant, Fast food
- Number of stores:
- $9.5 billion (2012)
- Louisville, KY
- Roger Eaton
- KFC is the world's largest fried chicken chain, and the third largest restaurant chain in the world behind only Subway and McDonald's.With more than 17,000 locations in 115 countries, chances are very good that there's a KFC now accepting job applications near you.
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If you prefer, you can search and apply for jobs directly through KFC's hiring website. If you choose this method, don't forget to come back to StartWire to add your application and keep your job search organized.
Many KFC restaurants are franchises, and franchise owners may have their own hiring practices. While corporate-owned restaurants do not accept paper applications, some franchise owners do. To find out if the location near you accepts paper applications, just give them a call.
The KFC application should take you between 30-40 minutes to complete. It's comprised of two major sections, each of which we'll talk about in detail below.
The first section of the application is designed to collect your personal information. You will need to provide your name, phone number, address, social security number, work history, availability, and pay requirements. You will also need to provide at least one reference, which can be either personal or professional.
If you have a resume prepared, you can upload that as well. Though it isn't required, adding a resume provides you with an opportunity to highlight some qualities and experiences that are difficult to get across during the formal application process. If you have a resume on hand, you should definitely take advantage of this feature.
The second section of the application is an assessment. The assessment is designed to help KFC determine if you would make a good fit for their organization.
You will be asked about 30 questions during the assessment. To give you an idea of what you can expect, here are a couple examples:
"I can get frustrated when I try to do more than one thing at a time."
"While you are picking up trash in the parking lot, a customer asks you for help. What would you do?"
It's important to answer the questions honestly, but don't be afraid to give strong answers. For example, if you were an employer, would you rather hire someone who would 'definitely' turn in someone for stealing? Or someone who 'might' turn someone in?
If a question seems a little vague, think about why KFC might be asking it. What are they trying to learn about you through the question?
Unfortunately, KFC does not provide automatic application updates at this time. If you want to check on the status of your job application, you will need to call the hiring manager at the location where you applied.
KFC is an equal opportunity employer. They do not make hiring decisions based on age, gender, race, or disability.
Jobs available at KFC
KFC stores are frequently hiring for team members, shift supervisors, assistant managers, managers, and general managers. Of course, the availability will vary depending on the location. Search jobs
There are also many opportunities available at KFC's corporate headquarters in Louisville, KY. The best way to check for new opportunities as they open is to visit the KFC hiring website and sign up to receive email notifications.
Types of people KFC wants to hire
If you read through the KFC job descriptions, you'll learn that they want to hire fun and friendly people who come to work on time and work as a team. The organization places a high value on customer service as well, so you should do your best to highlight as many of those qualities as you can on your resume and application.
You must be at least 16 years old to work as a team member at KFC. More advanced positions normally have an age requirement of 18.
Roger Eaton is the Chairman and CEO of KFC. He reports to David Novak, who is the Chairman and CEO of Yum! Brands, the parent company.
In 2011, Yum! Brands (which also owns Taco Bell and Pizza Hut) earned $12.6 billion in revenue. Their net income was $1.3 billion, and they had more than $8.8 billion in assets.