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Company Name:
Wendy's Company
Become a proud leader running a business dedicated to the community and the customer experience. With over 6,600 locations, Wendy's is one of the largest quick-service restaurant chains in the world. If business - on a big scale - is what motivates you, Wendy's is the place to be.

As a General Manager at Wendy's, you'll enjoy:
A competitive salary, bonus and generous benefits including 401(k)
An excellent support network, and promotion from within
The personalized training, support and tools you need to reach your goals
The opportunity to operate a million-dollar plus business
Defined career paths for those who pursue a long-term career at Wendy's

Overseeing operations for a designated Wendy's restaurant, you will develop and mentor your team-and ensure a positive dining experience for your customers-by monitoring and reinforcing food safety procedures, maximizing store sales and profit goals, maintaining QSC standards and ensuring protection of Wendy's brand and assets.

If you're interested in a company that rewards you for your dedication and commitment, then Wendy's is right for you.

The responsibilities and qualifications described above are for positions at Wendy's International, Inc. company-owned and operated restaurants. A large percentage of Wendy's restaurants are independently owned and operated franchised Wendy's restaurants.

Job descriptions, compensation, benefits and other employment terms and conditions applicable to positions at independent franchised Wendy's Restaurants will vary and are determined solely by the Franchisee.
Qualifications:
College degree and 3-4 years' experience as General Manager in the restaurant industry; or equivalent combination of education and experience
Strong PC skills
Open / flexible work availability
Demonstrated ability to lead and manage operations in a fast-paced, dynamic environment
Solid talent- and performance-management skills
Wendy's is an equal employment opportunity employer who may provide reasonable accommodation to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.


The following are examples of some, but not all, of the essential job functions of a General Manager position at Wendy's:

Physical Elements
Ability to stand for long periods
Frequent bending, kneeling, lifting (25 - 50 pounds)
Ability to travel to other restaurants, Area Office, etc. as needed

Equipment Use
Ability to use Headset to take customer orders or to take or give direction
Ability to use general restaurant equipment (e.g. warmer, fryer, slicer, grill, etc.)
Ability to use keyboard and computer

Performance Elements
Ability to come to work promptly and regularly
Ability to take direction and work well with others
Ability to accomplish multiple tasks within established timeframes
Ability to concentrate and perform duties accurately
Ability to learn and apply policies and procedures
Ability to react to change productively and handle other tasks assigned
Ability to complete all applicable training programs

Working Conditions
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment that may involve exposure to noise, heat, cold or other elements
Company Description:
The Wendy's Company (NASDAQ: WEN) is the world's third largest quick-service hamburger company. The Wendy's system includes more than 6,500 franchise and company restaurants in the U.S. and 29 other countries and U.S. territories worldwide.
At Wendy's people always come first. That includes our customers - and our valued team. It's a legacy we live every day. We work hard, with honesty, integrity and a true sense of respect for one another. And we take time to give something back to the communities we serve, with a special focus supporting foster care adoption. Our products are just as important as our people. Our promise is to use only the freshest ingredients to create the best tasting food for you. Quality is our promise and our recipe.
Rated as the Top Overall Mega Chain -- 2012 ZAGAT SURVEY
Ranked No.1 for speed-of-service -- 2012 QSR Drive-Thru Survey, a proprietary report by QSR

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