DOMINO’S will hire thousands of new staff to help keep on top of pizza orders during the World Cup and over Christmas.

The fast food chain wants to recruit 10,000 new workers to meet the expected boom in demand this winter.

Domino's estimates that it will make 10million pizzas during the busy festive period


Domino’s estimates that it will make 10million pizzas during the busy festive periodCredit: Free for editorial use

Over 10,000 roles including delivery drivers, in-store staff and pizza makers are up for grabs.

The jobs will be available across a number of the firm’s 1,184 UK outlets.

Domino’s said the jobs have flexible hours, with evening and weekend work available, will include training.

The firm is offering a mixture of temporary and permanent jobs.

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The firm said that previous experience is not essential, as managers provide training for all levels and there are lots of progression opportunities for those looking for longer term careers.

Nicola Frampton, operations director, for Domino’s Pizza Group said: “As we approach a busy period with two epic moments coming up, international football and the festive peak, we are excited to announce 10,000 new roles.

“Our research shows people are looking for flexibility but also want certainty so they can plan around their work commitments with confidence.

“So, if the idea of baking or delivering hot, fresh and tasty pizza to our hungry customers and being part of a world-class squad is up your street, then Domino’s could be for you.”

Those interested in applying for these roles should visit the new Domino’s recruitment website

You can also contact your local store via the Domino’s store finder.

Domino’s previously hired 8,000 staff to help keep up with deliveries last Christmas.

Other major retailers are likely to follow the lead of the pizza chain in the coming weeks.

Last year, Aldi hired 1,500 temporary staff over the Christmas period.

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Amazon took on a whopping 20,000 temporary workers to cover the festive period.

And Sainsbury’s created 22,000 new temporary positions to keep up with demand.

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