McDonald's Overnight Shift or Assistant Manager in DAVIS, California

Overnight Shift or Assistant Manager

at the following location(s):



Openings for people with restaurant industry experience in a management positions in the Davis area. We are training people for positions as an Assistants Managers. Experience in the fast food industry is helpful but not required. The shift is from 9pm - 5am.

Assistant managers must have had experience as a direct support manager to the GM. Experience with inventory, scheduling, banking and cash controls. Serve safe certification classes and employee relation classes should have been already completed but we can retrain to recertify. This position requires a strong ability to use technology for communication and training. Good communication skills are required. Previous leadership awards or accomplishments should be provided in your resume. This person must have a flexible work schedule. McDonalds restaurants are open 7 days a week 365 days a year. Job includes early mornings and night shifts.

McDonalds managers attend many McDonalds training classes, some classes are out of the area and can be up to a week at a time, applicants must be willing to travel.

Are you attending college? We offer college tuition assistance up to $3000 (per calendar year).


Assistant Managers lead shifts every week, making sure customers get a fast, accurate, friendly experience every visit. An Assistant Manager provides leadership to crew and other managers during a shift to ensure great Quality, Service and Cleanliness to customers.

Additional Info:

This job posting contains some general information about what it is like to work in a McDonald’s restaurant, but is not a complete job description. People who work in a McDonald’s restaurant perform a number of different tasks every day, and this posting does not list all of the essential functions of the job.

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