Plans from Hungry Jacks' development application with Ipswich City Council
Plans from Hungry Jacks' development application with Ipswich City Council

NEW JOBS: Hungry Jack's stores to open before Christmas

TWO new Ipswich Hungry Jack's outlets are set to open in time for Christmas, including one this week.

The openings are expected to provide more than 140 jobs, increasing the city's number of Hungry Jack's fast food franchises from four to six.

Marketing manager Rachel Korbel says the new Brassall restaurant will open this week, while Redbank Plains would be open before Christmas. 

Both restaurants boast the newest in Hungry Jack's restaurant design including a state-of-the-art kitchen, light timbers throughout and the iconic Whopper wall which features throughout the dining rooms of Hungry Jack's US counterpart Burger King.

 

Plans from Hungry Jacks' development application with Ipswich City Council
Plans from Hungry Jacks' development application with Ipswich City Council

"For those who are interested in joining a dynamic working environment, there are still a number of jobs available at Redbank Plains for passionate and enthusiastic locals wanting to join the Hungry Jack's team in either crew or managerial positions," Ms Korbel said.                 

Hungry Jack's Brassall will be located at 145 Pine Mountain Road and Redbank Plains on the Corner of Argyle Street and Redbank Plains Road. Both restaurants will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 



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