Smart hustle and results-driven. Demanding and customer-focused. Passionate and innovative. Fun with a family-feel. These aren't words we selected because we think they sound good. This is how actual corporate team members describe the best aspects of the Domino's culture.
It's our brand's culture that inspires us to continuously do better. From menu items to online ordering, we care about every aspect of our customers' experience. And we can prove it. Just listen to our team members' stories.
One of the greatest things about working in a Domino’s corporate or franchise store is that it can fit your goals for work and life. Looking for a schedule that allows you to be enrolled in school? Check. Want to earn extra money to buy a new car or go on the vacation of a lifetime? Check. Just want to work at a location near your home? Check.
Flexible schedules, extra cash and convenient locations. That’s all available. But there’s even more for the taking. Many of our corporate and franchise store team members have made the leap from entry-level to business owners. Others have pursued leadership opportunities throughout the brand. For those with their sights set on becoming managers, a store role can offer the chance to hone their skills in customer service, inventory management and people development.
Along the way you’ll develop long-lasting friendships with your co-workers. Fun people who are motivated and positive. We’re pretty sure that even on a bad day there’s someone who’ll make you laugh. Throw in a pace that's fast and some friendly competition. Before you know it you'll have pizza sauce flowing through your veins.
350 million pounds. Talk about a lot of dough. That’s what our supply chain team members in the United States and Canada produced last year alone. They processed close to 500,000 orders and racked up nearly 20 million miles on the road. Whether they’re keeping the production line running smoothly or delivering supplies in a modern Volvo equipped with safety sensors and electronic logs, they make it possible for over 5,000 corporate and franchise stores to make great pizza. And let’s not forget delicious pasta, sandwiches or chicken. Supply chain is where people from customer service, production, warehouse, maintenance, and delivery and service come together to give our stores everything they need to operate flawlessly.
Domino’s even offers a Leadership Development Program to college graduates who are interested in pursuing director, vice president and franchise owner roles and helps educate and propel young professionals into those roles.
The goal of the Leadership Development Program is clear for us ... we're using it to develop the future leaders of this company. We find bright, highly motivated students and then give them the training and development opportunities they need to become extraordinarily successful at Domino's. It's clear to me that many of the program participants will reach the highest levels in management at Domino's.
Lunch with the CEO. Hands-on projects. Input from executive vice presidents. This is no dream. It’s what you can expect when you’re a Domino’s intern. You’ll work right alongside really bright — and nice — people. They’ll help you exceed expectations as you work on projects designed to meet specific business objectives. Plus, we’re pretty sure you might just want to stick around after you get a taste of our fast pace, fun culture and friendly team members.
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Our roots date back to a single store that opened in 1960 in Ypsilanti, Mich. Since then, Domino’s has grown to become a global brand known for innovation. From tasty new menu items and a revamp of the Domino’s experience to the development of a Sync system that makes placing an order from your car a cinch, we’re all about making every day better than the last.
Today, we’re 11,000+ global stores and counting. Bringing pizza to every corner of the world takes a talented team of individuals across our brand. So the brand is always on the lookout for fun, smart and passionate people.
• Stores: Extra cash. Flexible schedules. You can find all of this and more in our corporate and franchise stores, where you’ll make and deliver great food.
• Supply Chain Centers: Enjoy competitive pay and grow your career by keeping Domino’s stores stocked with the top-quality ingredients they need for their customers.
• Corporate: You might not make it, bake it or take it, but you’ll support everyone who does while influencing where we go next as a brand. Corporate opportunities span information technology, domestic and international operations and development, marketing, finance & accounting, communications, legal, human resources, and supply chain.
• University Recruiting: If you’re a current student or recent graduate you’ll want to learn more about our world-class programs that can help you gain hands-on experience, launch your career or prepare to be a future leader at Domino’s. We’re also a great place for that part-time job you need while you’re still in school.
Driven to achieve more.
As a brand, Domino’s believes in smart hustle. We’re a pretty demanding bunch, but it’s just because we’re fanatical about doing our very best for our customers. If you’re ambitious and have a healthy appetite for competition, then consider joining the Domino’s brand. – less