Dunkin' Donuts is hosting a job fair for its Denver store

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The legendary Dunkin' Donuts chain is finally rolling into Colorado, with a dozen stores slated to open in the state by 2018. And this September, a Dunkin' Donuts store will rise in the heart of Denver, at 470 Broadway. The franchise owners for that location will be conducting a job fair next Tuesday, August 13, and again on August 20. The interviews will take place at 133 South Cherokee (in a residential property that the franchisees also own). Keep reading for more information on how to apply.

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Here's the posting for the positions:

Bradley Donuts is opening the first Denver Dunkin' Donuts in Downtown Denver with an anticipated grand opening the third week of September. We are looking for bakers, crew members and shift leaders to staff our new store.

Applicants must be able to work in a fast-paced, hectic environment and be able to adhere to all company policies regarding cleanliness, food and restaurant safety and store security. Must be good with customers and a fast learner. Prior counter, cash register, food or customer service is a plus for crew members and a must for bakers and shift leaders. A clean, neat appearance and the ability to read, write and speak English fluently is a must. Bilingual is a plus.

Starting salary varies by the position. Must be 18.

Please contact Holly at holly@bradleygas.com or call us at (303) 733-4627 or (720) 339-0335 for more information or an application.

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