Chicking has more than 180 outlets around the world.
PHOTO BY JONATHAN YBERA/EXPAT MEDIA
DUBAI – Chicking, the UAE’s quick service restaurant chain, is hiring for the roles of counter staff and cashiers as the popular homegrown brand continues its expansion in the UAE.
As part of a push to open more opportunities for women in the workplace, the jobs are open to females, between the age of 18 and 25, who have experience working in a restaurant.
Applications can be sent via email to [email protected]
Chicking is set to hold a grand opening of its 22nd outlet in the UAE at City Centre Deira this month. Chicking is also set to open a new outlet in Dubai Silicon Oasis later this year.
The newest Chicking outlet is located on the main food court of Deira’s popular mall, and its opening comes within months after Chicking opened an outlet in City Centre Al Zahia, Sharjah’s biggest mall.
Chicking has outlets in Mall of Emirates, Century Mall and Al Khail Gate Community Centre in Dubai, Remal Mall in Al Ain, City Centre Al Zahia in Sharjah, and in Ajman Cooperative Society.
Chicking is considered the world’s first Halal quick-service restaurant chain, which started in Dubai in 2000 and now has more than 180 outlets in over 20 countries, including in London, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa.
Chicking’s Halal concept has also made it very popular in Africa, the Middle East and in Asia’s predominantly Muslim countries, including Indonesia.
With its slogan “it’s my choice”, Chicking offers a multi-cuisine menu that includes its Signature Fried Chicken, Grilled Chicken, pizza, pasta, wraps and burgers. PR/Expat Media
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