About Us

Burgerville has grown a bit from our beginnings in the 1960s. One thing that has remained constant is our commitment to giving back to the communities that have given us so much. Today’s Burgerville includes 40 restaurants in Washington and Oregon, with more in the planning stages.

Food Sources

Our supplier partners are part of who Burgerville is. Without them, we wouldn’t be able to offer our guests fresh, local and sustainably-produced food. Learn about our food sources

The Holland, Inc and Burgerville LLC are Equal Employment Opportunity employers.

Restaurant Crew Members

Crew Members are the heart and soul of the Burgerville team. This entry-level, hourly position is a great place for those looking to begin their career with Burgerville. Our Crew Members are friendly, guest-oriented, reliable, outgoing, and dedicated to serving our guests with love. If you are at least 16-years old, have basic math, reading, writing and communication skills we invite you to apply.

Each of our restaurants is responsible for its own staffing at the crew level. To apply for a Crew Member position, take a completed Hourly Employment Application to your neighborhood Burgerville restaurant location. You may apply at as many locations as you would like.

Click here to download a Crew Application (requires Adobe PDF Reader).

Management and Corporate Leadership

If you have the drive to lead and manage a creative and service-focused workforce and enjoy working in a fast-paced, friendly atmosphere, then Burgerville is the place for you! We are currently seeking candidates for the following positions:

• Assistant Managers
• General Managers

For more information regarding our current open positions, refer to these Current Career Opportunities.

We offer our Management and Corporate Leadership Team Members:

– Competitive compensation (Restaurant Management includes bonus potential)
– 4-8 week start-up training and/or mentorship to prepare you for success
– Extensive management, mission & leadership development
– Medical and dental insurance
– 401k with company match
– Paid vacation
– Pre-tax dependent care flexible spending account
– Tuition reimbursement
– Opportunities for career growth and advancement

Ready to join our team?

Your first step is to apply today!

To apply for a management position, please submit your resume and cover letter to careers@burgerville.com describing why Burgerville is a right fit for you.
Include in your resume work history, educational background, career goals and references.

Kyle Dean

Chief Financial Officer, Burgerville

8_2_kyledeanAs Burgerville’s Chief Financial Officer, Kyle Dean is responsible for managing the company’s financial data, financial planning and record-keeping, as well as financial reporting to upper management. Dean also develops innovative ways to partner with the company’s suppliers, economic development entities and the banking community. Internally, he is leading accountability initiatives that will help people quantify their results and contributions to Burgerville’s financial structure.

Dean joined the company in February, 2006 as the financial controller where he supervised cash flow management within the company. Prior to his work with The Holland, Dean spent six years in the hospitality industry with Westin Hotels and Resorts and nearly 10 years with Columbia Helicopters, Inc., where he served as a senior accountant, business analyst and senior financial analyst.

Janice Williams

Chief Operations Officer, Burgerville

janicewilliams_with_bufferJanice Williams is the Chief Operations Officer for Burgerville. Williams’ responsibilities include accountability for restaurant performance and all resources that impact the operation of each of the company’s 40 restaurants in Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Since joining The Holland, Inc., parent company of Burgerville, in 1984 Williams has become an integral part of the company’s executive team and is a driving force behind the Training and Development Center. Williams recently led the creation of Burgerville’s Center for Responsible Community Leadership (CRCL) where she redesigned the company’s management curriculum and training programs. As chief talent officer, Williams was responsible for the strategic process of Burgerville’s workforce productivity. Her role included attracting, training and deploying the best talent throughout the company.

Williams has held the positions of Assistant Manager, General Manager, Portfolio Manager and Director of Professional Development.

Williams holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Marylhurst University.

Contact Us

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Suppliers, energy partners, ranches and farms. Learn more about our supply chain of collaborators that share our values.


Are you an enthusiastic people person, committed to making a difference each and every day? Burgerville could be an ideal place for you to work. See available opportunities.