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Domino’s Invites Students to Earn Some Dough

22 November 2010
Domino’s invites students to earn some dough

With school and university study coming to an end for another year, more than 750,000 secondary and tertiary students will be looking to earn some extra cash over the summer holidays.

Domino’s Pizza is inviting students to join one of its 80 stores, stretching from Whangarei to Invercargill and earn some extra dough over the summer holidays.

Whether it’s making pizza, running home deliveries or making an impression with top-notch customer service skills, Domino’s Pizza is putting the word out to young people to join its team.

“It’s that time of year when people are keen to pick up more work, learn new skills and earn extra money to ease the pressure over the festive season,” says Josh Kilimnik, General Manager of Domino’s Pizza New Zealand.

“There are a range of job options and we provide full training across a variety of skills. Domino’s pays highly competitive wages, additional delivery fees, offers flexible hours and a fun working environment.”

If you are interested in working at Domino’s visit www.dominosjobs.co.nz to view available positions in your area. The dedicated careers website also features real-life videos of what it’s like to work at Domino’s and an interactive delivery driver game.

About Domino’s Pizza:
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd and its franchisees have 80 stores across New Zealand, employing more than 1,500 part-time and full-time staff and making more than 5 million pizzas each year.


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