Cracker Barrel to open in Sterling
Cracker Barrel will be opening a location in Sterling near the intersection of Route 28 and Old Ox Road by Dulles International Airport. The restaurant will bring about 200 jobs to the area and will be hiring employees from a variety of different positions including servers, cooks, cashiers, retail workers and more.
“We are looking for enthusiastic individuals to help us do what we do best….please our guests with great country cooking and friendly service,” said Sterling general manager Steve Desjardins.
Cracker Barrel offers up to three pay raises in the first year of employment as well as performance-based pay, eligibility for benefits and a 401K savings plan.
This will be the first Cracker Barrel location in Loudoun County; the store currently has locations in Manassas, Frederick, and Winchester. Cracker Barrel began as a single restaurant in Tennessee but has expanded to 600 locations in 42 states across the country. They are typically located by interstates or other major travel areas, a contributing factor to the restaurant being located by Dulles Airport.
Applications will be accepted online and at the Sterling location at 23030 Indian Creek Drive from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Training will begin in mid-July to prepare the store for its grand opening.
More information about the about the positions available at Cracker Barrel can be found at http://www.crackerbarrel.com/careers .
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