SAN ANTONIO – Papa John’s is hiring nationwide and looking to fill 400 positions across San Antonio, according to a news release.
The pizza chain, which is hiring 20,000 people nationwide, is looking for 300 delivery drivers and 100 in-store team members, the news release states.
Papa John’s has implemented safety measures to help protect against COVID-19 including no contact delivery and additional sanitation measures.
No contact delivery provides limited interaction with online payment options and food drop off.
“In most cases, applicants can expect to have an interview and potentially start the same day,” according to the release.
Applications can apply online at https://jobs.papajohns.com/ or text JOBS to 47272.
“We are in the unique position – as a restaurant that specializes in delivery and carryout – to help our communities through this crisis,” said Papa John’s chief people and diversity officer Marvin Boakye.
COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the new virus, stands for coronavirus disease 2019. The disease first appeared in late 2019 in Wuhan, China, but spread around the world in early 2020, causing the World Health Organization to declare a pandemic in March.
MORE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE FROM KSAT:
- Everything we know about the coronavirus cases in Bexar County
- Track coronavirus cases by ZIP, age in San Antonio with interactive map
- Explained: San Antonio, Bexar County issue ‘Stay Home, Work Safe’ order. Here’s what that means.
- ‘We feel helpless’: Family of COVID-19 patient at nursing home concerned about care he’s receiving after fatal outbreak
- H-E-B partner confirmed positive for COVID-19, store officials say
- As Texas mayor orders closures, daughter gets COVID-19
- Map: Track COVID-19 cases in Texas, county-by-county updates
- SAQ: Your coronavirus questions answered
- A guide to unemployment benefits for Texans laid off during coronavirus pandemic
- Map: Where San Antonio-area students can find free school meals during closures
- 8 ways to help your fellow San Antonians during coronavirus pandemic
- Track live coronavirus updates in the US, globally with real-time maps of confirmed cases, deaths
- ’SA Food 2 Go:’ Search nearby restaurants offering to-go, delivery around San Antonio
- Resources from World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, City of San Antonio