NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — McDonald’s restaurants across the Nashville area are looking to hire 2,300 employees this summer.
The company made the announcement Friday, saying restaurants across the Greater Tennessee Valley will have more than 4,000 jobs available.
“We’re excited to safely welcome new members to our team this summer and introduce them to Archways as a benefit. Whether it’s a high school diploma or a master’s degree, we love seeing employees go after their goals. We’re here to cheer them on,” said Gina Wolfe, president of the McDonald’s Greater Tennessee Valley Operators Association.
McDonald's said it’s also implementing additional safety standards amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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