COURTESY PHOTO, Domino’s

COURTESY PHOTO, Domino’s

Domino’s Supply Chain Center in Kent hiring for all positions

Facility produces fresh pizza dough, toppings and ingredients for stores in Washington

Domino’s Supply Chain Center in Kent is looking to hire for all positions, including production, warehouse, class A and B CDL (commercial truck driver license) drivers, maintenance and administration.

“We want to make sure we continue delivering great service and excellent food to the community and that starts with ensuring our supply chain centers are well staffed,” said Michael Blanchard, director of Domino’s Supply Chain Center in Washington, in a Jan. 10 media release.

Domino’s supply chain center in Kent, 8005 S. 266th St., produces fresh pizza dough, toppings and ingredients for Domino’s stores located throughout Washington. The center is where team members from customer service, production, warehouse, maintenance, delivery and service come together to give Domino’s stores everything they need to operate flawlessly.

“Our CDL drivers are making very competitive wages and our warehouse and production employees receive excellent benefits and wages as well,” said Blanchard. “If you are looking for a new job, Domino’s is definitely the place to be. We are always hiring”

Those who are interested in applying for a position should visit jobs.dominos.com.

Founded in 1960, Ann Arbor, Michigan-based Domino’s Pizza is the largest pizza company in the world, with a significant business in both delivery and carryout pizza. It has more than 18,300 stores in over 90 markets.


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