McDonald's Jobs & Careers in San Leandro, CA

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30+ days ago

Restaurant Crew Person

McDonald's San Leandro, CA +6 locations

It's time you worked for someone who will give you the tools to learn, grow and be what you want to be - both personally and professionally. We're… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Hourly Shift Manager

McDonald's Corporation El Cerrito, CA +2 locations

Hourly Shift Management This is it. It's time you joined a company that'll give you the tools to learn, grow and be what you want to be - both… Snagajob


30+ days ago

UX/Interaction Designer

McDonald's San Francisco, CA

This team was recently formed as McDonald's hired its first Chief Digital Officer, who brings a deep consumer Internet experience. McDonald's is… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Regional Marketing Manager

McDonald's Walnut Creek, CA

§ Participates and supports the Marketing Director in the direction/development of creative strategies/briefs/execution and media/messaging… Glassdoor


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    Work is ok, pay is typical, but customers can be a nightmare.

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    Former Employee - Crew Member  in  Sydney
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    I worked at McDonald's

    Pros

    The best reason to work at McDonald's is the other employees. They are all around your age, so you get along really well most of them (always some bad ones). The second best reason to work at McDonalds would probably be the casual nature of the job, which when you are a student - is really good. The work is also pretty easy, though monotonous.

    Cons

    By far, the biggest downside about working at McDonald's would be dealing with the customers. The vast majority of customers are alright, but occasionally you get some really hard ones, though thats more indicative of the clientele McDonald's serves.

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