Preparing for a Virtual Fall Recruitment Process With RBI | Aug 25

| August 17, 2020
Submitted by Melanie Wyndowe for CPD

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An industry leader in the quick service restaurant sector, Restaurant Brands International (RBI) is home to some of the world’s most iconic food brands – BURGER KING®, TIM HORTONS®, and POPEYES®.

Our Talent Acquisition team will also share valuable insight into who we are, what we stand for and who we look to attract to our family of companies. You will gain insight into our new grad rotational program that fast-tracks your development and exposes you to multiple functions within our business. We will also highlight key timelines for our Fall recruitment and provide tips on how to make yourself stand out in both the application and recruitment process!

Event details: 

  • Speaker: RBI’s Global Talent Acquisition
  • Date: Tuesday, August 25
  • Time: 5 p.m. (EDT)
  • Platform: Microsoft Teams Presentation (we will host internally and share the link with all students who register)

Who Should Attend:

  • 1st year MBA students interested in internship opportunities for Summer 2021
  • 2nd year MBA students interested in full-time opportunities

Registration:

  • Step 1: Register on OSCARplus
  • Step 2: In addition to registering on OSCARplus, please email your resume to me mcgeoal@mcmaster.ca with the title:
    • RBI Event, (DATE), (first & last name)Business, Level (X)
    • By registering you give us permission to share your resume and email address with RBI.

 

 

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