GET ACCESS TO:
Same Day Pay-
- Never wait for a paycheck again! Work today, get paid today! With DailyPay, Pacific Bells employees have access to their pay on day 1 of work.
- Make any day payday. Enjoy our most used features:
- PAY: Transfer any amount of your available balance on your own schedule.
- SAVE: Automatically save on every paycheck by linking your savings account.
- AVAILABLE BALANCE: Track your real-time earnings & budget for upcoming bills & expenses.
- Save on phone, vacation, auto, and more!
- Tuition Reimbursement (up to $5250, annually)
- Live Mas Scholarships (up to $25,000)
- Free Food!
- Career Pathing (Mas` Career Opportunities)
- Assistance Fund
- Competitive Pay
- Flexible Schedules
- Health Insurance
Together we’re Changing Lives……….one Taco at a time!
WHO WE ARE.
We are Pacific Bells, a Franchisee of Taco Bell. We operate over 260 Restaurants in 8 States and have a lot more growth in the works. Our Corporate HQ is located in Vancouver WA.
WHO YOU ARE.
- You may have some restaurant experience, but no big deal if you don’t……. either way we have World-Class Training to get you up to speed.
- You get stuff done. On time, and to standard.
- A Team Player because culture and engagement are important to you.
- Strong internal and external customer service focus.
- Good Communicator……. you can get your point across……….and listen to others.
- Can Plan, Organize and Follow up to meet standards.
- Take constant Change in your stride and support others through it.
- Have an unwavering sense of humor.
- Think you fit the bill? Let’s Taco bout it!
- Apply Now @ jobs.pacificbells.com
- Need Help Applying? Please visit our Support Site at pbpayroll.zendesk.com to submit any questions!
Pacific Bells, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer!
“ You are applying for work with a franchisee of Taco Bell, not Taco Bell Corp. or any of its affiliates. If hired, the franchisee will be your only employer. Franchisees are independent business owners who set their own wage and benefit programs that can vary among franchisees.”