Tim Hortons logo
Tim Hortons
3.6 out of 5 stars.
Get weekly updates, new jobs, and reviews

Tim Hortons Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    José Cil
  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Food Service


We were not able to detect your location. You can browse through the 1,054 job Tim Hortons has to offer

Browse jobs by category

Food Preparation & Service

375 jobs


Salary estimated from 19.5K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 19.4K reviews and is evolving.


Customer Service Associate in Wallaceburg, ON
on 29 July 2021
Productive and pleasant work environment
When I started working at timmies it was very pleasant there the pay wasn't bad but not something to write home about and the staff are very friendly and helpful management was constructive and responsible but they are human so they make mistakes at times my advice is to always ask a question before doing something you don't understand
Cashier/Customer Service in Courtenay, BC
on 4 August 2021
Was a fun fast paced resteraunt. A lot of friendly people and the crew members were all super great!!
I didnt work there for too long but it was a good job experience and would reccomend it to another individual. what I didnt like is they let me go without reason. It was a good job for a first job experience though. thank you for the experience!
Team Member in Oromocto, NB
on 3 August 2021
Poor Management
I found that I couldn't rely on any of the managers. There was minimal communication between the managers and the employees. I was lied too and ignored.
Manager Operations in Ottawa, ON
on 31 July 2021
Very Productive
I enjoyed working with Tim Hortons because I am a people personality and love serving customers. At Tim Hortons, I have learned to work in a fast-paced work environment and dealing with all types of customers. I learn to lead, control and motivate in teamwork.
Baker/Cashier in Montréal, QC
on 29 July 2021
Worst place, very less pay, work in place of 2 person, not recommended
I worked there for only 4 weeks part time for 20 hours/week, after training for the first week, they put me on night shift, first week there was a girl with me and it was good as it lockdown at that time. The next week they put me alone on the night shift, the lockdown had just opened, and there were customers in night also, and i was all alone, doing baking cleaning and handling customers, as i just came to canada like a month ago, I didn’t even know much about their burgers and wraps and drinks, and man you don’t learn everything in just a 20 hours training, i passed that night crying alone because i do not even speak french and it was very hard understanding customers and doing all the chores, the second night of that week, i left the job. I asked them to put me in a day shift so i can learn but they said no we can’t do that. I had the worst experience with them and I don’t even buy tim’s coffee now, most of the time there are international students like me looking to work in Tim Hortons, and they take two person’s work from a single person and pay very less. I would never ever suggest anyone to work in Tim Hortons

What would you say about your employer?

Help fellow job seekers by sharing your unique experience.

Questions and answers

People have asked 431 questions about working at Tim Hortons. See the answers, explore popular topics, and discover unique insights from Tim Hortons employees.

See questions about:

Interview insights

Insights from 6.3K Indeed users who have interviewed with Tim Hortons within the last 5 years.
Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

They just asked me about my schedules and availability and why do i wanna be part of the tim hortons team

Shared on 20 August 2020

A customer is angry while you are taking their order and is ridiculing you. What should you do?

Shared on 7 November 2019

A customer has spilled some coffee on the table and is very embarrassed about it. What should you do?

Shared on 7 November 2019
  • Companies
  • Tim Hortons