Dominoes Pizza looks to fill 1,000 jobs in New England

FILE - In this file photo taken Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, a worker prepares boxes at a Domino's pizza restaurant in Lagos, Nigeria. After having been plagued with a reputation for tasting generic and manufactured, the Ann Arbor, Mich.-based chain has been enjoying strong sales and growth overseas boasting nearly 6,000 international locations. ( AP Photo/Sunday Alamba, File)

(WTNH) — Dominoes Pizza announced Wednesday that they are looking to hire 1,000 people to work in their stores throughout New England.

The pizza giant announced they are holding a hiring day next Wednesday, January 14th. Open positions include everything from delivery drivers to store managers.

“We are beyond excited about the opportunity to offer additional jobs across six states,” said Rob Rivard, Boston Domino’s Pizza franchise owner. “The growth and success of Domino’s throughout New England allows us to build on our business so we can continue to do what we do best – make great pizzas and deliver them with exceptional service.”

Those who are interested in applying for a position can visit, or fill out an application at any store throughout New England. Many locations will conduct on-site interviews on Jan. 14. Resumes and references are recommended.

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