Is it time for a change? Are you feeling unappreciated?
Aarsand is looking for quality veterans who are dynamic quick service managers who want to improve their career in an organization that cares about their people. They offer challenges, growth, and a fun work environment! Aarsand & Company managers enjoy competitive salaries and benefits and take pride in knowing that their company is involved in improving the quality of life in the communities where their stores are located.
The company was founded in 1983 by the late Knut Aarsand, with his son Kurt Aarsand, its president and daughter Krista Aarsand Bedford, vice president. Beginning with one KFC Restaurant in Havre de Grace, MD, Aarsand Management has grown to include a total of 59 restaurants located in Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Today, the company employs more than 1,400 full and part-time crew members. This impressive 27-year growth includes 41 Taco Bell locations, 8 KFC locations, 6 KFC / Taco Bell combination restaurants, and 4 Taco Bell/ Pizza Hut combination restaurants with sales reaching $60 million in 2009.
The growth of the nation, its population and its fondness for Quick Service Restaurants has created a great many opportunities for Aarsand Management to expand its service and support to their employees and their communities. They are regularly exploring new menus and new locations at which to provide them. The growth from one restaurant to 57 today, in 26 short years, is a tribute to the quality of ther product and the commitment of their people.
At Aarsand Management they are optimistic about their ability to expand and provide ideal working conditions for their employees. They believe their vision will translate to an improvement in the quality of life in every community where they locate and invite eager, results-orientated workers to join the “Aa Team” as they continue to make a difference in the 21st Century.
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