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June 8, 2022
Job Alert! Do you have a passion for driving excellence in day-to-day operations by training, coaching and supporting restaurant managers? Do you live in Indianapolis? Well, then this #TacoBell Area Coach role is for you. Apply today by clicking the link below!
You and The Bell® has a nice ring to it.
Taco Bell restaurants have a variety of job opportunities to suit you. Whether you want to pursue a career with us or utilize our career opportunities to start chasing your dreams, we want to be a part of your story. Additionally, we continue to evolve our benefits for employees. Here's just a taste: free meals, competitive pay, flexible scheduling, paid time off, performance bonuses, education support, and career growth opportunities.
Kathy's Journey with the Bell...
Watch to learn more about Kathy from franchise organization Fanticola Group and how she recognizes, inspires and grows her team to be the best they can be.
Our Enhanced Safety Measures!
Taco Bell always strives to be the safest place to work and eat, which is why we’re rolling out 7 Enhanced Safety Steps throughout all U.S. restaurants to improve upon restaurant health and safety amid the pandemic. We’ve been leveraging information from experts and learning from the experiences of our sister brands in other countries to protect our people and our communities as best we can. While it takes time to train all 7,000 U.S. restaurant teams in partnership with our franchisees and licensees, we worked hard to implement the following steps as quickly as possible.
Why a career at the Bell?
Meet Ted Muse. He has been with Taco Bell for 10 years, has an incredible career path from Shift Lead to Area Coach and truly believes in the Taco Bell magic.
2020 Live Mas Scholarship announcements!
The Taco Bell Foundation announced $3 million in Live Más Scholarships to 622 Taco Bell team members and fans. With this year's winners, the Taco Bell Foundation now has a community of more than 1,000 Live Más scholars, who have received a total of $13.6 million since the program first opened in 2015. Visit www.tacobellfoundation.org to learn more.