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YUM! Brands, Inc.

Yum! Brands, Inc. is the world's largest restaurant company with more than 33,000
restaurants in over 100 countries and territories and more than 840,000 employees
worldwide. Four of our restaurant brands -- KFC, Long John Silver's, Pizza Hut and Taco
Bell -- are the global leaders of the chicken, quick-service seafood, pizza and Mexican-
style food categories respectively. A&W Restaurants is the longest running quick-service
franchise chain in America.

What makes Yum! a great place to work? It's our people. That's why we invest in people
capability so they can make the most of their career. With a diverse workforce and
ongoing opportunities for personal and professional success, we've built a culture that
rewards and recognizes great effort while providing the work/life balance that is so
important to all of us.

So come see what it's like to be with a leader in the restaurant industry. You'll find a fun
and supportive culture, where our success comes from the belief that our people's
capabilities are our greatest asset, and investing in you is our top priority.

We have opportunities based in Louisville, KY, Dallas, TX and Irvine, CA. Louisville, KY
is the headquarters of KFC, Long John Silvers and A&W. Our Dallas, TX location is the
home of Pizza Hut as well as Yum! Restaurants International. Taco Bell is based in
Irvine, CA.

To view all opportunities with Yum!, please visit www.yumcareers.com.

Below are some of our current opportunities:

Curriculum Designer – L9

Designs, develops, maintains, and analyzes business impact learning


programs.

COURSE MAINTENANCE AND RE-DESIGN


1. Maintenance of Curriculum. Lead the continued improvement
and maintenance of Yum University or Developing Champions
Curriculum. Work with subject matter experts on the revisions
and maintenance of programs. Update, revise and implement
Colleges and Courses throughout the year and/or assist Brand
Training leaders in implementation. Manage program content to
ensure it contains up-to-date data, Yum One System tools and
processes. Liaise with Brand Training Leaders to ensure
alignment of Developing CHAMPIONS Modules and YU
College/Courses. Manage electronic web-based library for all YU
courses and 1 year history of paper library. Assist with the
continuous improvement of YU Colleges and Course.
2. Support RSC Functional Curriculum and Programs. Lead the
development of training programs designed to improve the
performance of RSC functional areas. Lead the development of
training programs designed to be used across wide audiences
that are initiated by RSC functional areas. Make
recommendations on and develop instructional strategies that
RSC functional areas deem beneficial. Provide consultation and
insight on buy vs. build strategies for content development.
Manage third party content developers to ensure most cost
efficient solutions that are completed within defined budgets.
DESIGN EVALUATION and BUSINESS IMPACT
3. Business Impact Analyses. Identify, track, analyze, and report on
business impact of key YU Programs or Global Training programs.
Prepare statistical reports that can be communicated to team,
sponsors, and executives as a means to quantify value of
programs. Provide instructionally sound recommendations to
leadership on improving course design to improve retention and
business impact, and create urgency in execution across the
system.
Collaborate with YU and Global Training Team members in meetings
and projects to design and develop new College/Courses to increase
business impact of new courses and existing courses.

This position is based in Louisville, KY

How to apply?
Please visit www.yumcareers.com
Or send your resume to:
Jennifer.Clark@yum.com
(502) 905-1581

Concept Design Leader: Store Branding and Decor - L9/10

PURPOSE OF JOB:
Ensure the strategic marketing and global brand image initiatives are represented in
business unit store environments in a clear, consistent way

JOB FUNCTIONS
- Drive differentiated retail designs
- Develop consistent, yet differentiated permanent and semi-permanent signage within a
retail environment to create effective in-store consumer communications
- Evaluate market solutions and give experienced design directions to market teams
- Communicate design strengths and opportunities to senior leadership
- Partner with the broader Innovation and Design center of excellence and lead
collaborative programs with other functional groups and project teams

Requirements
SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS:
- BA required
- 5+ years interior design experience
- Environmental branding or decor experience
- Experience working with both internal designers and external agencies
- Multi-dimensional and able to work at many scales
- Strong design management and communication skills
- Architectural design, signage design, interior layout and design

YUM! Brands, Inc is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants for all job openings are
welcome and will be considered without regard to race, gender, age, national origin,
color, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, or any other
basis protected by applicable federal, state or local law.

How to Apply?
Submit current resume to:
Sarah Beauerle
Yum! Brands
Global Talent Management
502-874-2707
sarah.beauerle@yum.com

This opportunity is based in Louisville, KY

People Capability (Human Resources) Leader


The People Capability Leader provides HR leadership for the Field. The position is
focused on building people capability and driving and executing key HR initiatives and
programs throughout the Regions. The Human Resources Leader is charged with
building the overall organizational capability of the Region. This position requires the
exercise of discretion and independent judgment in the performance of the various
duties.

We have current openings in the Baltimore and DC area as well as potential openings in
GA and CA/AZ/NV.

To learn more, please visit www.yumcareers.com or contact Mary McFarland at 502/874-


8620 or mary.mcfarland@yum.com

Yum! Restaurants International (YRI), based in Dallas, Texas, is the largest


division of Yum! Brands (KFC, Pizza Hut, Long John Silvers, Taco Bell and A&W)
with nearly 12,000 restaurants outside the U.S. (excluding Yum! China Division).
One of Yum! Brands' four key business strategies is to drive profitable
international growth. In 2006, operating profits for YRI were more than $407
million. 2006 was the seventh straight year that YRI (excluding Yum! China
Division) has opened more than 700 new restaurants outside the U.S. We've
achieved this growth while more than doubling our operating profits since Yum!
Brands became a public company in 1997.

We have strong local teams around the world, operate in over 100 countries with
established supply chains and have over 750 international franchisees. Our
franchise and joint venture partners are driving growth by opening 90 percent of
our new international restaurants.

We continue to show the power of our global portfolio of leading restaurant


brands, including KFC and Pizza Hut, fueled by continued profitable international
expansion. Our international business is one of the key factors that makes us
truly unique in the restaurant industry.
To learn more about the opportunities listed below which are based in Dallas, TX, please
visit www.yumcareers.com or contact Maria Betular at 972-338-7593 or
maria.betular@yum.com

Lab Technician (NE3)

To provide support to YRI Technical group in new products development & core PH
ingredients assessment. and to help in product demos
• Support the Design and Development of Products and Ingredients while working in
cross functional team utilizing suppliers
• Assist with the development of technical specifications and job aids that are technically
sound and match supplier’s manufacturing capabilities and restaurant back of house
requirements
• Conduct Core Ingredient Cutting Sessions in order to assess individual supplier quality
(as needed) and to benchmark Global Quality (once per year for each core ingredient)
• Prepare for and support Product Demonstrations (QBR, Innovation Summit, Franchise
meetings etc.) as needed throughout the year
• Manage Test Kitchen Duties including inventory management, ingredient stock rotation,
equipment maintenance, the implementation of a cleaning program and ingredient
shipping (as necessary)

Analyst, Restaurant Information Systems (L8)

This position is responsible for the design, implementation and support of YRI Brands
RSC, Store, and Wide Area networks.
Design networking solutions, configurations, Provide 3rdlevel support of network
hardware (routers, switches, firewalls, etc). Evaluate new hardware and configurations
for equipment acquisitons, monitor and report network performance, develop and
document policy standards. Provide planning, leadership, direction and training.

Senior Engineer, Equipment (L8)

Tactical Project support for New products and work closely with PSC’s on brand specific
development ,Equipment approval and testing for field, Technical services to field.
Coordinate and collaborate with domestic brands and International teams for
information, problem solving, and BDP sharing. Integrate equipment with OPS
engineering support

Associate Manager, Supply Chain Management (Equipment) (L8)

Manage supplier relationship for X-regional non-core suppliers to optimize the supply
system, and leverage YRI’s significant purchasing power on a global scale; Contract
negotiation, Account management, Issue resolution .
Provide Equipment supply support for key corporate initiatives, menu vision and PSC
driven new product development. This includes supply chain feasibility assessment,
recommendations on supply alternatives, proposals on product options, motivating
supplier participation and guidance on financial implications.
Manage the equipment component of the SCM website. This includes updating and
posting the approved equipment catalogue, sourcing tools and equipment supply
strategies
Assist with the development of equipment sourcing tools. These tools are intended to
promote BMU self-sufficiency and share best practices across market lines.

Associate Manager, Supply Chain Management (Promotions) (L8)

Serves as the hands on supply chain leader for premium development on assigned
chains and territories. Due to consolidation of chain processes, the role also influences
supply chain in non-assigned chains/territories for all five concepts both US and in over
100 countries….approximately 33,000 stores globally.
Can influence incremental restaurant sales
Encompasses cross functional interfaces - RSC and field: marketing, advertising, legal,
licensing, finance, program management, QA, distribution, as well as agencies and off-
shore factories, at all levels of management at YUM! up to sr. vice president and all
levels of agency and factory management, including senior level and ownership.

Java Developer (L8)


1. Coding and design of software using Java and other languages and tools
2. Mentor junior-level Java programmers
3. Assist in management of contract programmer tasks
4. Perform Project Management on assigned projects
5. Work closely with customers to gain definition of project requirements
6. Perform on-going support and maintenance of Java applications
7. Set technical direction and architecture for Enterprise Solutions team

Manager, Dine-In Systems (L9)


Identify global vendor solutions for point of sale, back office, and above store reporting
for YRI EDI restaurants. These solutions should include tested and proven components,
including hardware; application software specific to the restaurant EDI industry;
installation service providers; service providers for hardware and software support; and
service providers for menu maintenance and help desk support. Success in this function
is measured by the availability of identified solutions and support models in the majority
of markets worldwide.
Sales and Margins Effectiveness
Implementation Effectiveness
Vendor Management
Relationship Management

Associate Manager, Supply Chain Management (L9)

Manage supplier relationship for X-regional “other” food suppliers to optimize the supply
system, and leverage YRI’s significant purchasing power on a global scale
Contract negotiation, Motivating NPD support ,Account management ,Issue resolution
Coordinate the Asia and Americas Product Excellence Council. This entails gaining
consensus on the agendas, performing feasibility analysis on the initiatives, coordinating
supplier participation in business reviews, ensuring that the meeting participants are
adequately prepared for the meetings and coordinating follow up on project execution
once decisions are taken. This includes one formal meeting, several APEC “lite”
meetings and 2 formal conference calls per year.
Support adhoc requests from the field to resolve supplier issues, share best practices
and develop tool to promote self sufficiency.

Manager, Delivery Systems (L9)

Solution Identification
Identify global vendor solutions for point of sale, back office, and above store reporting
for YRI delivery restaurants.
Sales and Margins Effectiveness
Identify opportunities to drive additional sales through the use of delivery systems
technologies. Examples of this include internet ordering, call center ordering and
technologies, and SMS ordering.
Identify opportunities to increase margins through the use of delivery systems
technologies. Examples of this include driver forecasting, fleet management, forecasting
methodologies, labour scheduling tools, and waste management solutions.
Implementation Effectiveness
Lead the use of the YRI Request For Proposal process for delivery systems solutions
worldwide
Vendor Management
Lead the negotiation of global pricing contracts for global vendor solutions, in
conjunction with Yum RIS Project Management Office.
Relationship Management
Lead the development of POS, BOH and ASR systems strategy development for
delivery systems markets around the world.

Manager, Internal Communications & Engagement (L9/10)

Manage YRI Communications and Engagement strategies and programs. Provide


strategic thought leadership, counsel, and communications expertise to YRI senior
management and BMU Leadership in shaping core YRI / Yum! programs and messages
while executing a global, One System, communications process to drive employee
engagement.

Serve as thought leader and counsel to YRI executive


management and BMU leadership for all communications programs and initiatives:
Establish and implement One System, One Voice global communications process,
infrastructure, tools, and channels:

Drive employee engagement:


Take leadership role in creating, implementing, and managing on an ongoing basis YRI
engagement programs and initiatives to inspire commitment and desired action among
YRI employees. Programs include Founders’ Survey, Building People Capability Series,
RSC Engagement program and Culture team.

Manager, Strategic Planning (L10)

Maintain consolidated three-year economic growth model for YRI. Expand and adjust
model as needed to reflect appropriate degree of business complexity, while preserving
ability to evaluate the impact of macro-level assumptions. Obtain growth assumptions
from the field, and evaluate reasonableness based on historical performance and known
market potential. Highlight opportunities and risks inherent in earnings projections. Build
and assess multiple scenarios. Track and update market-specific long-term growth
initiatives through communication with field.
Recommend Annual Operating Plan targets consistent with three-year economic growth
model, and assist with communication to field.
Perform financial analysis and secondary research to support strategic growth initiatives.
Drive financial reporting to support these initiatives, coordinating with other team
members as appropriate. Perform financial research and analysis to support the
production of key business updates, including Quarterly Business Reviews, Board
presentations, Strategic Planning sessions, and Analyst/Investor Conference decks.
Source, validate, and frame data across a wide variety of business measures. Suggest
and coordinate document edits with senior executives and corporate staff, ensuring
accurate and high-quality output.

Senior Manager, Supply Chain Management (Cheese) (L11)

In alignment with the BMU strategies anticipate the global cheese related needs across
the world and establish the strategic vision that will deliver the infrastructure required to
maintain YRI’s competitive advantage. These strategies should also address the variable
global trade environment while leveraging the benefits of Yum’s global scale. Additionally
these strategies should accommodate YRI’s NPD requirements
2) Manage supplier relationships for cross-regional cheese suppliers including a)
contract negotiation, b) account management and c) issue resolution.
3) Enable continuous improvement in quality and deliver cost reduction through
concerted effort with the R&D technology team. This requires developing adequate
supplier relationships that engender a spirit of mutual benefit.
4) Participate in the regional Product Excellence Councils with the intent of delivering
against the cheese and training initiatives prioritized by each of the regions.
5) Provide functional guidance to individual markets as required to develop local cheese
supply capability.
6) Develop and deliver training programs to drive supply chain capability across the YRI
system. This accountability contemplates harnessing the expertise resident in YRI’s
SCM personnel worldwide.
7) Develop and maintain a Knowledge and information transfer program that enables
best practice sharing across
YRI’s market lines.

To learn more about the opportunities listed below which are based in Dallas, TX, please
visit www.yumcareers.com or contact Karen White at 972-338-7595 or
karen.white@yum.com

Associate Manager, Concept Design, (L9)

Provides concept design support to international markets for at least one brand. Act as
key support interface with YRI Development & Concept leadership and the YRI field
design teams to assure that design standards are clearly expressed in all facility
standards and fully communicated to the field. Supports BMU Development function in
multiple markets by providing concept design consultation and training.
Provide field coaching/support for concept design issue resolution for at least one Brand.
Support Dallas Development function in implementing concept design standards.
Effectively manage all aspects of design projects from initial concepting thru design
development package production. Includes project scheduling and budget.
Develop training programs and deliver in-Market training for concept design standards
and consultant coaching and management. Manages external consultants as needed for
development and publication of concept design standards.
Conducts market asset reviews as needed and provides recommendations to field team
leadership for improvement.

Manager, Enterprise Systems (L10)

Maintain existing YRI applications portfolio


Maintain the organization’s repository of above store software applications through best
practices and the appropriate staffing and management of a technical team.
Develop additional applications required by YRI
Plan and coordinate the processes required for the provision of user applications and
systems necessary for business operations.
Relationship Management
Lead the development of strategy for enterprise application development for YRI.

Senior Manager, QSR Systems (L11)

Solution Identification Identify global vendor solutions for point of sale, back office, and
above store reporting for YRI QSR restaurants. These solutions should include tested
and proven components, including hardware; application software specific to the QSR
industry; installation service providers; service providers for hardware and software
support; and service providers for menu maintenance and help desk support. Success in
this function is measured by the availability of identified solutions and support models in
the majority of markets worldwide.
Sales and Margins Effectiveness Identify opportunities to drive additional sales through
the use of QSR technologies. Examples of this include kiosks, hand helds, drive-thru,
and digital menu boards. Identify opportunities to increase margins through the use of
QSR technologies. Examples of this include forecasting methodologies, labor scheduling
tools, and waste management solutions.
Implementation Effectiveness Lead the use of the YRI Request For Proposal process
for QSR solutions worldwide. Use this process to identify best pricing for hardware,
software, and services used in QSR markets around the world. Implement best practices
where possible to assure successful systems implementations in YRI markets. Success
in this area is measured by having every market who is selecting a new QSR solution
use the YRI Request for Proposal

Vendor Management
Lead the negotiation of global pricing contracts for global vendor solutions, in
conjunction with Yum RIS Project Management Office.
Relationship Management
Lead the development of POS, BOH and ASR systems strategy development for QSR
markets around the world.

Director, Architecture and Enterprise Systems (L12)

Management of existing YRI applications portfolio


Supervise the team which maintains the organization’s repository of above store
software applications through best practices and the appropriate staffing and
management of a technical team. Develop relationships with the sponsors of all
supported applications, and ensure tactical and strategic plans are in place for their
interaction with existing solutions. Success in this function is measured by the
application of these systems across YRI, and the availability of these solutions across
the identified user constituency worldwide.
Guide the technical architecture decisions of YRI
Designs complex systems at the component level, makes strategic technology choices,
and directly supervises the quality of designs and implementation inside and between
components.

Relationship Management
Lead the development of strategy for enterprise application development for YRI.