How to get hired for a job at Taco Bell
The feeling of being cared for is one of the nicest feelings in the world, and that’s precisely what Taco Bell can offer you. Here at Taco Bell, it isn’t just about the job application, but the principle of going the extra mile to take care of you and your family. Join us and find out exactly how we can help finance your college education, save money for your future and much, much more. Visit the job application page on our website today!
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Taco Bell employments are managed by Yum! Brands, Inc. Yum! also manages A&W, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Long John Silver's and Pizza Hut.
The Taco Bell encourages a path for its associates starting as team members all the way through managerial positions.
|Taco Bell In-Store Jobs||Taco Bell Corporate Positions|
|Shift leader||Assistant Restaurant Managers|
|Assistant manager||Restaurant Managers|
|Restaurant manager||Creative Services Coordinator|
|Area coach||Instructional Designer|
|Region coach||IT Development Director|
|Team member||POS Implementation Project Manager|
|Positions with Taco Bell Express and Multi-brand Marketing|
|Quality Assurance Analyst|
|Restaurant Shift Leaders|
Applying for the Job
Attend a Yum! Careers recruitment event
Visit at local Taco Bell store and inquire about hiring procedures
Taco Bell through the Years
The founder of Taco Bell, Glen Bell opened his first restaurant shortly after the Second World War. Bell originally served hotdogs and burgers, but later developed a wider range of menu to compete with other food joints like McDonald's. In 1962, Bell opened te first Taco Bell restaurant in California.
1964 - The first Taco Bell franchise was opened
1975 - Founder Glen Bell resigns as Chairman
1978 - PepsiCo, Inc, buys all Taco Bell shares
1988 - Taco Bell introduces free drink refills
1991 - The "Express" businesses began
1997 - Taco Bell starts with famous advertising campaign with the talking Chihuahua
Taco Bell In-Store Jobs
The Taco Bell encourages a path for its associates starting as team members all the way through managerial positions. The ladder path offers training programs that develops associates into good and dependable leaders. With each step up the path, the compensation and benefits also grow.
Taco Bell Corporate Positions
If you are interested to apply in a corporate position, visit the Yum! Careers website to search for vacant positions.