Sonic Drive-In Looking to Hire Roughly 20,000 Employees

    Industry News | March 31, 2021
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    Flexible work hours are also available.

    During a time of unprecedented challenges within the employment landscape, Sonic Drive-In and its franchisees are bringing new opportunities to aspiring team members nationwide. With an estimated total of 20,000 positions available nationwide, candidates have the opportunity to deliver delightful and delicious moments to guests in a fun and fast-paced work environment.

    “The Sonic family continues to grow as thousands of new team members begin working for franchised and company-owned drive-ins across the country,” says Eddie Saroch, chief operating officer for Sonic. “Our fast-paced environment and unique brand culture make Sonic Drive-Ins a great place to work as we remain committed to the health and safety of team members and guests.”

    From Sonic’s iconic Carhops to Multi-Unit Leaders, the brand offers a wide range of opportunities centered on the growth and development of employees. For the past 26 years, drive-in team members nationwide have participated in a series of individual and team trainings as part of the DR PEPPER SONIC GAMES, the brand’s premier training program that strengthens Carhops’ teamwork skills, and guest and operational service. Additionally, many leaders within Sonic have built careers with the brand, from working in the kitchen and serving guests to becoming successful operators and franchise owners.

    Flexible work hours are also available to provide drive-in team members, management and leadership the support needed to succeed in and outside of work.

    While experience and skills are valuable, Sonic and its franchisees seek passionate candidates who embody the brand’s team values. For a complete list of specific job openings, candidates are encouraged to apply at careers.sonicdrivein.com.

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