This popular Irish company is set to create 200 new jobs in the coming year
Supermac's will create 200 new Irish jobs in 2016.
Pat McDonagh, the managing director of the popular Irish fast-food restaurant, announced the chain's plans to create hundreds of new jobs in today's Sunday Business Post.
Supermac's currently employ over 2,000 people in the Republic of Ireland, and this latest expansion will take their total number of employees to 2,900.
The company is also currently trying to trademark their name across Europe, which suggests that further international growth might be on the cards for the company.
Supermac's already have 106 restaurants operating in Ireland, and 2016 will see them open six new outlets.
Roughly 100 of the jobs are expected to be based in the company's new Kiltullagh Plaza location, which is set to open in February of this year. If you're in the area, you can apply to work for Supermac's here.