Two more Jollibee restaurants to open soon in Singapore heartlands

Staff Writer, Singapore
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Miss Universe 2017 Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters of South Africa poses with a bucket of fried chicken during her interaction with Filipino orphans in her visit to the country’s fast food chain Jollibee, along with other Miss Universe winners on 7 December, 2017, in suburban Pasay city south of Manila, Philippines. (AP file photo)
Miss Universe 2017 Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters of South Africa poses with a bucket of fried chicken during her interaction with Filipino orphans in her visit to the country’s fast food chain Jollibee, along with other Miss Universe winners on 7 December, 2017, in suburban Pasay city south of Manila, Philippines. (AP file photo)

Expect to see two more Jollibee outlets in Singapore soon at Woodlands MRT station and Waterway Point in Punggol.

The Philippine fast-food giant popular for its fried chicken on Wednesday (27 March) announced that they were looking to hire full-time and part-time positions for the two stores on its Singapore Facebook page, but did not state when they would be opened.

The listed jobs include service and kitchen crew as well as managerial roles. The company also added that it is looking to hire positions for its existing stores.

Jollibee has six stores in Singapore: two at Lucky Plaza, and one each in Paya Lebar, Changi, Novena and Jurong East. Its first store in Singapore – located on the sixth floor of Lucky Plaza – was opened in March 2013.

In a 2017 interview with The Straits Times, Dennis Flores, Jollibee’s president and head of international business, said that the Manila-based company would open at least 15 more outlets in Singapore “in the next five years”.

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