McDonald’s looking to open up new doors for ambitious Kuwaiti talent
When you’re 15 or 16 years old, the world is your proverbial oyster. Full of boundless energy, a natural curiosity about life, and a hunger for new experiences - you are just starting to look towards your future, carving your individual identity and starting to plan your career path. It’s all about getting to know yourself and the world around you, picking up new experiences along the way.
So, what can be more perfect than gaining some great professional and personal experience working with one of the biggest brands in the world?
This past January, McDonald’s Kuwait launched a new recruitment program designed to attract ambitious Kuwaiti youth, ages 15 and above. The program is aimed at providing aspiring young talents with a unique work experience that offers them a number of great benefits, giving them the oppurtunity of earning their own money whilst also gaining some invaluable professional experience – all whilst they continue to pursue their education.
The uniquely designed program is set up to allow young applicants the chance to get the maximum value and exposure, whilst proving utmost flexibilty to fit in seamlessly with their lifestyles and time demands. The program allows employees to choose their preferred work schedule, whether part-time or full-time, working days and hours, as well as a location close to home or school or university. Employees can also choose a job role that is of interest to them, including: restaurant crew, trainee manager, guest experience leader, or barista.
Additionally, through this program, McDonald’s Kuwait seeks to provide youth with a number of benefits, including developing valuable skillsets in team work, decision making, time management and leadership. The program will also provide youth with the unique experience of working in a multinational and diverse professional environment, allowing them to gain invaluable expertise along the way.
According to president of Al Maousherji Catering Company, Saqer Al Maousherji, this program is just part of McDonald’s Kuwait’s ongoing commitment to the Kuwaiti community and its efforts to be a socially, environmentally and culturally responsible brand.
“McDonald’s Kuwait has always prided itself on being fully locally owned and operated, housing a diverse and passionate workforce - including talented Kuwaiti minds – that is dedicated to bringing the unique McDonald's Kuwait experience,” said Al Maousherji.
Adding: “We are focusing heavily on supporting local youth, and this program is a clear testament of that. Our goal is to support young talents in developing strong professional skills and career foundations, by offering them valuable and attractive job opportunities tailored to their needs. This is such a great opportunity for young people to get a rich, educational and thrilling work experience with one of the most exciting brands in the world.”
For all those interested in applying, you can visit the dedicated site mcdonaldskuwait.com and submit an application.