You don’t have to impress anyone’s dad to join us as a Nandoca, just your future team. Brimming with passion and personality, a Nandoca (the name we give to a member of our family) puts everything they have into everything they do, helping create those unforgettable customer experiences.
While it may be entertaining to watch you try to grill 100 chickens in your first hour, that’s not how we do things. Instead, you’ll start as a Trainee Nandoca and we’ll teach you pretty much everything you need to know about restaurant life. Then it’s about taking on a specific role. There are plenty of them. Don’t expect to stay in the same role forever, as we’re all about learning new skills and developing. Where you go next is up to you.
To join us as a Nandoca, simply pop into the Nando’s you hope to call home from home, and speak to the Patrão about any current or upcoming vacancies.
GrillersView our locations
Keeping our customers coming back for more by grilling the PERi-PERi goodness we’re famed for. Think of yourself as a flame-thrower if you like. One who obeys all health and safety laws.
HostsView our locations
First impressions are lasting impressions at Nando’s. Our hosts greet our customers at the door and show them to the best seats in the house.
CashiersView our locations
Taking the order, exchanging the money and making sure our customers get everything they want. Nando’s-wise that is.
Co-ordinatorsView our locations
Making sure our PERi-PERi goodness is perfect every time it hits the table, before anyone has even had the time to decide on what came first – the chicken or the egg?
BuddiesView our locations
Our Buddies have been there, done it and worn the apron. They know everything there is to know about being a Nandoca, so their role is to pass on all their knowledge and skill to everyone else within the team.
SupervisorsView our locations
Helping run the shifts, looking after fellow-Nandocas and doing the things that get the best out of everyone. It’s a great step up for any ambitious Nandoca looking to prove themselves.