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McDonald’s in southern Idaho to hire for 100-150 jobs

Dick Darmody, center, and his son Rick, share a laugh with two-year-old Hudson Dunn at the grand reopening of the McDonald’s on Chinden Boulevard in August 2012. The Darmody family owns and operates McDonald’s restaurants in the Treasure Valley.
Dick Darmody, center, and his son Rick, share a laugh with two-year-old Hudson Dunn at the grand reopening of the McDonald’s on Chinden Boulevard in August 2012. The Darmody family owns and operates McDonald’s restaurants in the Treasure Valley. cbutler@idahostatesman.com

McDonald’s restaurants in Southwest Idaho plan to hire between 100 and 150 people, with a hiring day slated for 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 19.

The 33 restaurants are in the Treasure Valley — including Mountain Home and Weiser and Ontario, Ore. The jobs include entry-level through management positions.

Interested candidates can start an application at www.MyLocalMcDs.com to expedite the interview process.

The company noted in a news release that employees can receive high school or college credits, scholarships for higher education, English as a second language education and other support.

“Many of our employees have built a wonderful career, and others have worked here while finishing their education or while their kids are at school during the day to earn extra money,” said Dick Darmody, a longtime Treasure Valley franchisee. “Flexible schedules and training are offered to help people achieve their life goals whether those goals are with McDonald’s or elsewhere.”

Audrey Dutton: 208-377-6448, @IDS_Audrey

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