Tuesday, October 23 10:33:00
Restaurant chain, Nando's, today announced the creation of 100 new jobs with the opening of two new restaurants in Blanchardstown and Liffey Valley in Dublin.
The new jobs will bring Nando's workforce in Ireland to 380 people, underlining Nando's previous commitment to growing its business in Ireland, whilst supporting local employment and the local communities it serves, the company said.
Nando's has been operating in Ireland since 2008, when the first restaurant was opened in Belfast's Victoria Square.
Since then, the international restaurant has grown the number of Irish restaurants to nine with the opening of Blanchardstown and Liffey Valley this November.
"We're really excited about expanding in Ireland with the opening of two new restaurants in great locations. Finding the right site is never easy, but after exploring a number of different locations, we decided on Liffey Valley and Blanchardstown, both vibrant, busy locations with excellent footfall," said Alan Snyman, Managing Director of Nando's Ireland.
"The addition of 100 new full and part-time jobs demonstrates our commitment to Ireland and represents good news for Nando's and the local communities we serve."
"Regarding the new roles, we've been really impressed by the standard of the applicants in Ireland, and almost all of the roles are now filled. Having a strong, enthusiastic team in Ireland ensures that customers will have the best Nando's experience possible, which has been central to our success here."