Mission: To deliver delightful and delicious moments for our guests.
Where is it written that Fun and Work can’t be one and the same? Not in our playbook, that's for sure. At SONIC, we encourage and attract wildly creative people. Bold, unique personalities whose passion for what they do shows in the food, the experience and the culture of America’s most-loved restaurant brand. We are pioneers of the atypical and are always seeking out kindred spirits unafraid to embrace their career potential in a shameless bear hug – yes, we are talking about you. Explore the site. Get to know us. Apply.
These values help guide all that we do.
To become America’s most loved restaurant brand.
SONIC is more than a great place to grab a Cheeseburger and a Cherry Limeade. Our heritage is not only about great food and friendly service but also being part of the community. It’s not just the right thing to do…it’s good business.
For more than 15 years, SONIC's community giving programs have been geared toward advancing education and educational opportunities for Oklahoma youth and the arts. To further extend our commitment to education, each fall SONIC conducts its largest annual fundraising effort supporting teacher’s projects across the nation—Limeades for Learning. This award winning program is a national cause effort conducted in partnership with DonorsChoose.org that benefits teachers and students in local communities. Since its origin in 2009, we have donated over $9.5 million to teacher’s projects and made a difference in thousands of students’ lives.
I have been working at Sonic full-time (More than a year)
Love the place, great team members, fun place to work
Nothing really, love my bosses I'm truly happy there.
Advice to Management
Probably the same thing i always tell my self look at everything thing from someone else perspective
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Sonic (Lockport, IL) in February 2015.
My interview lasted about 5 min and was rather unprofessional. I was not asked anything about customer service experience or many things relevant to the position for that matter. Instead of being actually offered a position, I received a phone call stating I was going to be put on the schedule.