Employer: Restaurant Brands International (RBI) – Burger King, Tim Hortons & Popeyes
Who We AreBURGER KING®, TIM HORTONS®, and POPEYES® are truly iconic brands. Restaurant Brands International was formed in 2014 in connection with the combination of Burger King Corporation and Tim Hortons Inc. In early 2017, we acquired Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Inc. and welcomed it into to the RBI family. We are an industry leader with approximately $31 billion in annual system-wide sales and over 27,000 restaurants in more than 100 countries. It all makes this an exciting place to be. RBI is dynamic, inventive, entrepreneurial and not afraid to take risks. We are growing fast, thinking even faster and constantly exploring new opportunities. Our shared determination to achieve ever-greater things is what drives us. We have big plans for the future and for the people who want to make that future happen.Be bold. Think big.Our 10-week internships for undergraduates give top-performing individuals an early taste of real business challenges. During your summer with us, you’ll get to own at least one key project that’s been selected by our senior leaders. Past projects have included boosting our brand’s social media presence or improving the onboarding experience for new employees – projects which offer the opportunity to make a tangible impact on the business. This is definitely not a coffee-getting, copy-making kind of internship – you’ll be using your talents to the fullest. Do well, and we’ll invite you to join our Leadership Development Program after you graduate.The ProgramOnboardingIt all begins with a week of orientation activities at our corporate office. We’ll give you an in-depth snapshot of our business and culture by exposing you to Brand and Functional Overviews and exciting trainings such as problem-solving methodology which will set you up for success during your project-based internship. You’ll also get hands-on experience to operations by spending a day working in one our restaurants, pending safe return to work guidelines as per outlined in each region.Project workAfter onboarding and training, you’ll jump right into your project. The challenging project assigned to you will enable you to make a big impact on our organization – every project we assign to our interns receives sign off by our CEO and Leadership team to ensure the work supports a key initiative of our organization. Projects assigned to interns support work in marketing, digital, communications, retail, supply chain, operations, development, finance, global business services and our consumer tech group to name a few.Ongoing supportYou’ll receive plenty of guidance, support, and exposure. Your summer schedule will include training, leadership team lunch-and-learns, formal and informal performance reviews, and social opportunities.Final presentationAt the end of your internship, you’ll deliver a final presentation to the head of your department, outlining your proposal and recommendation(s) to the leadership team.What You Need:• A good academic track record – you should be a 3rd year student, working towards a bachelor’s degree at an accredited post-secondary institution (expected graduation of 2023)• Available to complete a Summer Internship (June-August 2022).• A performance-focused, results-oriented approach – you’ll have a strong work ethic and a determination to achieve success.• Strong ownership mentality and exceptional levels of self-motivation, ambition, and entrepreneurial spirit.• Excellent interpersonal, communication, leadership and motivational skills.• Able to communicate effectively (both written and verbal) with creative ability to conceptualize and articulate new approaches and solutions.• Solid analytical capabilities and structured thinking.Restaurant Brands International and all of its affiliated companies (collectively, RBI) are equal opportunity and affirmative action employers that do not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, religion, age, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by local, state, provincial or federal laws, rules, or regulations. RBI’s policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment.