Pizza Hut is an American public corporation of a restaurant chain. The main office of the company is in Plano, Texas, United States. The company is mainly focused on Italo-American kitchen meals such as pizzas, pasta, salads and desserts. Pizza Hut has more pizza restaurants than any other company on the planet. The company was established in 1958 by two college students, Dan Carney his brother Frank Carney in Wichita, Kansas, US. The franchising operations started in 1959. After PepsiCo’s purchase in 1997, today the company is owned by Yum! Brands, an American fast-food restaurant company, since 2002. The first Pizza Hut restaurant in the United Kingdom was launched in 1973 and by the end of the 80s, the company had more than 100 restaurants. As of the end of 2019, the company operated nearly 19,000 restaurants all over the world with more than 300,000 employees. More than 260 of the restaurants and 10,000 employees are in the United Kingdom. More than 3 million people eat from Pizza Hut every month in the country.
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Minimum age to work Pizza Hut: Age limit is 16 years or older.
Working Time: Varies depending on the position.
Available Positions: Guest Server, Kitchen Team Member, Team Member, Bike Riders, Car Owner Drivers, Shift Manager, General Manager
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All sorts really, and that’s the beauty of it. You’ll be given a uniform and your own section to look after. Normally, you’ll be taking over from another colleague/Guest Server (unless you’re starting first thing) so you’ll have to work out what’s happening double quick. Then it’s about spotting opportunities to make the experience – for all your Guests – as great as possible.
Sometimes you’ll need to seat people or take their order; sometimes you’ll be clearing the table and offering desserts with a cheeky elbow nudge (‘Go on, treat yourself…’). Whatever stage your Guests are at, you’re happy to help and full of ideas (‘Have you tried this? Would the kids like some crayons?’). You’ll make the whole process go really smoothly.
Kitchen Team Member
The salad bar distracts our Guests for a while as they pile up the tomatoes and bacon bits. But deep down, they’re anticipating the hot stuff. Yummy pepperoni feasts, that rather naughty stuffed crust. You’re the one who gets to make it all.
It’s not about being a bossy person in the kitchen. It’s about approaching your work with passion, pride, care and consistency. You’re more Come Dine With Me than MasterChef and great to have around: a positive, energetic team member who can’t wait to make the next order as it flashes up on screen. (Our kitchens are rather fancy these days.) And you can forget about needing official qualifications: it’s your interest in food we are interested in and our training’s awesome.