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Jack in the Box looking to hire 200 local workers

July 26, 2012  |  Jack In The Box West Chester Ohio
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A spokesperson with Jack in the Box announced Wednesday that the company has hired its management teams for its soon-to-open Cincinnati area restaurants and is now focused on filling about 200 team member positions.

Brian Luscomb of Jack in the Box said the positions are for workers with strong customer service skills who may or may not have a lot of work experience. The company is also offering benefits, such as medical, dental, vision, vacation time and flexible scheduling.

Even though the company is now targeting a mid-September opening date for its West Chester location and an October opening for the location in Pleasant Ridge, it is still hoping to fill the bulk of open positions in the next few weeks.

To apply for one of the positions or to find out more, call 866-290-5225 (option 6).

The West Chester location will be the first Jack in the Box restaurant to open in the state of Ohio. It is currently under construction at 7425 Tylersville Road, which is off I-75 in an old gas station lot that is directly next to Long John Silver’s.

Meanwhile, the Pleasant Ridge location is at 5234 Ridge Ave. across the street from Burlington Coat Factory.

According to Luscomb, Jack in the Box has targeted Cincinnati and plans on adding more locations based on the belief that local consumers are already aware of the fast-food chain.

“We have been very diligent expanding into new markets,” Luscomb said. “We want to make sure that it is the right market and that it has a high level of brand awareness where people know what Jack in Box is and what it is all about.”