PDX Burgerville Hiring Event

We’re hiring enthusiastic people to join our team!
Saturday, January 25, 2014 or Monday, January 27, 2014
between 10 AM – 4 PM
at the Sheraton at the Airport, 8235 NE Airport Way, Portland, OR, 97220

Do you have a passion to serve? Are you focused on extraordinary guest service? Do you have a desire to be part of an innovative team committed to the vitality of the Northwest? If you answered yes, we’d love to meet you.
Attend our hiring event for our newest location opening soon inside the Portland airport.

Hiring for all Positions
Please visit our Careers section on Burgerville.com to download our Crew Application or visit your local Burgerville for an application. Bring completed application to the event. Management candidates, please bring your cover letter and resume.
(We are also seeking management candidates for our other Burgerville locations)
To ride transit to the Hiring Event, take the Max to the PDX Airport and ride the Yellow Hotel Shuttle Van to the Sheraton Hotel.

French Fry Tasting Event

Your feedback is important to us. Earlier this year we discovered a concern with the quality of our French fries and discontinued serving them until an alternative was available. We have been temporarily serving an alternative French fry since that time. It is important to us that we partner with you, our guests, to determine what’s next in this process. We’d like to invite you to join us at one of our upcoming events to share your feedback and ideas around a new Burgerville French fry. Stop in us anytime between the hours below at our 92nd and Powell Burgerville.

Monday, October 14th between 1 PM – 6 PM and Tuesday, October 15th between 1 PM – 6 PM
Burgerville at 3504 SE 92nd Ave, Portland, OR 97266

Here’s what to expect:
You will be tasting three different French Fries and talking with Burgerville team members.
Anticipate about 10 minutes for the tasting panel, with the option to remain for another 10 minutes to talk with us about your experience. This may differ depending on the volume of guests who join us.
You may be filmed or interviewed at the event. Interviews will be audiotaped.

You’re Invited to Burgerville to Support the Clark County Food Bank

Our local food bank needs our help! Donations are down significantly -at a time when more people are relying on the Food Bank’s services than ever before.

In partnership with the Clark County JLA Yeah Program, we’re hosting a Food Drive and Partnership Nights at our Clark County and Woodland restaurants.

Donate any non-perishable food items at a participating Burgerville in Clark County or Woodland between April 12th and April 21st.  Cash donations are also welcome. With a donation of $5 worth of food items, or $5 cash, you’ll receive coupons for 10% off your meal today and for your next visit during the month of May.

Visit us on a Partnership Night and we’ll donate 10% of sales to the Clark County Food Bank.

Partnership Nights Schedule

Friday, April 12th, 4 pm – 8 pm
Orchards Burgerville, 10903 NE 4th Plain Blvd, Vancouver

In partnership with Country Critters Rabbit Club & Clark County Fair Court

Saturday, April 13th, 5 pm – 8 pm
The Heights Burgerville, 74010 E Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver

In partnership with Hip Hop Hares

Sunday, April 14th, 5 pm – 8 pm
Vancouver Plaza Burgerville, 8320 NE Vancouver Plaza Dr., Vancouver

In partnership with Clover Crest Horse Club and Prairie Hatchers

Monday, April 15th, 5 pm – 8 pm
Salmon Creek Burgerville, 13309 NE Hwy 99, Salmon Creek

In partnership with Hoof Beats Lambs and Trot to the Top

Tuesday, April 16th, 5 pm – 8 pm
Fisher’s Landing Burgerville, 16416 SE McGillvary Blvd, Vancouver

In partnership with East County DYI and Elite Livestock

Wednesday, April 17th, 5 pm – 8 pm
Cascade Park Burgerville, 11704 SE Mill Plain, Vancouver
In partnership with Evergreen FFA and Mountain View FFA

Wednesday, April 17th, 5 pm – 8 pm
Woodland Burgerville, 1120 Lewis River Rd, Woodland

In partnership with Crackerjack Swines and LaCenter Lucky Riders

Thursday, April 18th, 5 pm – 8 pm
Heritage Square Burgerville, 6700 NE 162nd Ave, Vancouver

In partnership with Curious Companions Llama Group and Galloping Glory Horse 4H

Thursday, April 18th. 5 pm – 8 pm
Central Park Burgerville, 2200 E 4th Plain, Vancouver

In partnership with Clovernauts

Friday, April 19th, 5 pm – 8 pm
Battle Ground Burgerville, 217 W Main St, Battle Ground

In partnership with Royal Rabbits and Battleground FFA

Saturday, April 20th, 5 pm – 8 pm
Hazel Dell Burgerville, 9909 NE Hwy 99, Vancouver

In partnership with Tailored to Ride Horse Group

Sunday, April 21st, 5 pm – 8 pm
Camas Burgerville, 218 NE 3rd Ave, Camas

In partnership with Twisted Whiskers and The Cats Meow

Burgerville Presents

JUST ANNOUNCED: Special Friday Performance

Hawthorne • 1122 Southeast Hawthorne Blvd.

10/5 The Usual Suspects – SPECIAL TIME: 5:15 – 6:30 pm


Rise & Shine Live Music Wednesdays 6:30-7:45 pm

Hawthorne • 1122 Southeast Hawthorne Blvd.
10/3 McDougall
Gresham • 2975 NE Hogan
9/19 Crown Point – POSTPONED TBD (due to illness)
10/3 Riverboat (FEATURING Peter Cornett from Floater)

Montavilla • 82nd and Glisan
10/26 Sara Jackson-Holman
10/10 Crown Point

Salmon Creek • 13309 NE Hwy 99
9/19 Riverboat (FEATURING Peter Cornett from Floater)
9/26 Crown Point
10/10 1491

Please bring a box of unopened cereal to help the Sunshine
Division provide a healthy breakfast to a family in need.

All Rise & Shine Live performances are made possible by the partnership of Burgerville and Sunshine Division.
All performances are FREE.

Tigard Burgerville Hiring Event

Where: Embassy Suites Hotels 9000 SW Washington Square Rd, Portland, OR 97223-4426


When: Wednesday, May 30, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

We’re proudly opening our newest restaurant in Tigard on Pacific Highway this July. We’re contributing 40 jobs in the Tigard community!

Do you have a passion to serve and desire to develop your leadership?

Are you enthusiastic? Are you interested in working with a dynamic, innovative local restaurant company committed to serving the community?

Then you’ve found the right place.

Why work for us?
– We are committed to the development of our employees as leaders of our mission, Serve with Love.
– We offer specialized training in Service, Restaurant Operations, Leadership, Improvisation and Storytelling, and Community Marketing.
– We are committed to bringing growth and jobs to our local communities and giving back to the communities we serve.
– We offer affordable healthcare, scholarship opportunities, and access to personal and professional development.
– We are hiring hourly and salaried positions. We are committed to promoting from within for leadership positions and career opportunities.

We’re hiring for all positions at our Hiring Event.

Please bring a completed crew application, downloadable from the Burgerville.com Careers page, and two forms of ID, including one photo ID.

We look forward to meeting you!

Burgerville Guests will help EarthShare Thursday, April 19th

“Feed the Earth” on Thursday by eating at any Burgerville; purchases benefit 90+ environmental nonprofits

VANCOUVER, Wash. (April 3, 2012) On Thursday, April 19th, eating at Burgerville won’t just feed you; it will also feed 90+ environmental nonprofits around the Pacific Northwest. For anyone who visits any of Burgerville’s 38 locations on Thursday, April 19th, Burgerville will donate a percentage of sales to EarthShare Oregon and EarthShare Washington to fund environmental nonprofit member groups who protect places for wildlife, keep people healthy, and reduce global warming.
Additionally, Burgerville cardholders who make a purchase before 11 a.m. with their rewards card will generate another five cents for EarthShare.

Burgerville’s partnership day is just one way Burgerville gives back to EarthShare; its 1,200+ employees have donated tens of thousands of dollars to EarthShare and its members this year through Burgerville’s employee giving campaign. That campaign makes it easy for any Burgerville worker to give to EarthShare, United Way, and Work for Art.

“Burgerville strives to find innovative ways to promote a sustainable community, and a sustainable environment, making our partnership with EarthShare a natural fit,” said Jeff Harvey, president and CEO of Burgerville. “Earthshare works to connect people and organizations with effective ways to support critical environmental causes and we are honored to contribute to their efforts.”

For a list of Burgerville locations visit http://www.burgerville.com/find-a-restaurant.

About EarthShare
EarthShare Oregon and EarthShare Washington are federations made up of dozens of environmental groups dedicated to providing Pacific Northwest employees a simple way to support conservation and healthy communities. EarthShare partners with hundreds of businesses to offer the convenience of workplace giving. EarthShare is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

About Burgerville
Burgerville is a restaurant company with 38 locations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington, serving guests fresh, great tasting food from the mission “serve with love.” Burgerville’s values extend beyond locally grown berries, all-natural Country Natural Beef, Walla Walla onions and cage-free eggs. At Burgerville, the commitment to fresh, local and sustainable values is about helping people and communities thrive. The innovative company, established in 1961, is redefining industry norms by providing affordable health care for hourly employees and their dependents, purchasing wind power equal to their electricity use, converting used trans-fat free cooking oil to biodiesel and implementing comprehensive resource stewardship and recycling. For more information about Burgerville, please visit www.burgerville.com

Burgerville supports United Way with all day partnership

Percentage of sales from all 38 restaurants goes to United Way

Portland, OR – United Way of the Columbia-Willamette will receive a percentage of sales from all 38 Burgerville locations on Thursday, March 29 to support the nonprofit’s work to advance the common good and create a better life for all. The fundraising event is part of Burgerville’s annual employee giving campaign, which United Way has been involved in for many years.

United Way’s focus is on education, income and health – the building blocks for a good quality life.

“One organization can’t solve the Portland-Vancouver area’s tough issues alone,” said Keith Thomajan, President and CEO of United Way of the Columbia-Willamette. That’s why United Way works with people and organizations that bring the passion, expertise and resources to get the job done. Burgerville, a local company with committed employees, supportive leadership and loyal customers is a perfect partner for us. We are appreciative of their support and excited about working together on March 29.”

“Working with local organizations committed to making a difference in health, education and quality of life is an important core value of our company and integral in creating sustainable, thriving communities,” said Jeff Harvey, President and CEO of Burgerville. “We know our customers will join us in supporting United Way.”

Harvey said Burgerville cardholders who make a purchase before 11 a.m. will generate another 5 cents for the program.

Burgerville has 38 locations in Oregon and SW Washington, 31 of which are in the Portland/Vancouver area, where United Way of the Columbia-Willamette works. Contributions from Burgerville locations outside of the four county regions of Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties in Oregon and Clark County in southwest Washington will go to the local United Way affiliates.

Employees of United Way of the Columbia-Willamette will visit a number of Burgerville locations on March 29th to thank guests and answer any questions about United Way’s work in education, income and health in the community. For more than 35 years, Burgerville and United Way have partnered together to raise money for local communities and people in need.

To find a Burgerville location visit http://burgerville.com/find-a-restaurant/.

Follow United Way of the Columbia-Willamette:
Twitter: http://twitter.com/UnitedWayPDX
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/UnitedWayPDX
Blog: http://uwcw.blogspot.com
Online: http://www.unitedway-pdx.org

About Burgerville
Burgerville is a restaurant company with 38 locations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington, serving guests fresh, great tasting food from the mission “serve with love.” Burgerville’s values extend beyond locally grown berries, all-natural Country Natural Beef, Walla Walla onions and cage-free eggs. At Burgerville, the commitment to fresh, local and sustainable values is about helping people and communities thrive. The innovative company, established in 1961, is redefining industry norms by providing affordable health care for hourly employees and their dependents, purchasing wind power equal to their electricity use, converting used trans-fat free cooking oil to biodiesel and implementing comprehensive resource stewardship and recycling. For more information about Burgerville, please visit www.burgerville.com.

About United Way
United Way of the Columbia-Willamette is working to advance the common good in the four-county Portland/Vancouver area by focusing on the basics we all need for success:  education, income, and health. We all win when children succeed in school, families are financially stable and independent, and people have good health. Our goal is to create long-lasting changes that prevent problems from happening in the first place. By working together we can create opportunities for a better life and create a stronger community. That’s what it means to LIVE UNITED. Visit www.unitedway-pdx.org.

Burgerville Shakes It Up on Thursday, December 15 To Benefit The Brian Grant Foundation for Parkinson’s

WHAT: Burgerville is partnering with the Brian Grant Foundation by donating 25 cents of every holiday milkshake and smoothie sold on Thursday, December 15th, 2011 to support those living with Parkinson’s disease. Burgerville’s two holiday flavors are Egg Nog, made with rich Sunshine Dairy egg nog, and Chocolate Peppermint, made with Ghirardelli chocolate syrup and B.G. Reynolds peppermint syrup made with peppermint oil from Willamette and Yakima Valley peppermint.

WHEN: All day Thursday, December 15th, 2011.
All 38 Burgerville restaurants are open by 7 AM and are open until 10 PM or later.

WHERE: All 38 Burgerville restaurants in Oregon and SW Washington. For hours and directions to the Burgerville nearest you, visit Burgerville.com.

MEDIA EVENT: The media is invited to join Brian Grant and the Blazer Dancers at the Convention Center Burgerville near the Rose Garden Arena beginning at 11AM on Thursday.

Giving back to the community never tasted or sounded so good. This special event is in addition to Burgerville’s ongoing Shakers’ Sessions CD sales to help those affected by Parkinson’s. The CD features 12 local artists performing songs by Rob Barteletti, a local singer and songwriter diagnosed with early onset Parkinson’s disease. On sale now through December 31st exclusively at Burgerville restaurants, 100% of the profits from the sales of the CD will be donated to the Brian Grant Foundation.

About Burgerville
Burgerville is a quick service restaurant company with 38 locations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington, serving guests fresh, great tasting food from a mission to “serve with love.” Burgerville’s values extend beyond locally grown berries, all-natural Country Natural Beef, Walla Walla onions and cage-free eggs. At Burgerville, the commitment to fresh, local and sustainable values is about helping people and communities thrive. The innovative company, established in 1961, is redefining industry norms by providing affordable health care for hourly employees and their dependents, purchasing wind power equal to their electricity use, converting used trans-fat free cooking oil to biodiesel and implementing comprehensive resource stewardship and recycling. For more information about Burgerville, please visit www.burgerville.com.

About The Brian Grant Foundation
Established in 2010, the Brian Grant Foundation supports efforts to build awareness and education of Parkinson’s disease in order to increase earlier diagnosis, educate patients and their families, and provide a viable forum for people affected by Parkinson’s. Its mission is to be an informational and inspirational resource for a community of people to live unique and fulfilling lives with Parkinson’s disease. Recently, the Foundation launched its new website, www.poweringforward.org, designed to support newly-diagnosed Parkinson’s patients and their caregivers. After playing professional basketball for 12 seasons in the NBA, Brian Grant was diagnosed in November of 2008 at age 36 with young onset Parkinson’s disease. Since, he has become an advocate and an inspiration for those living with PD.

BURGERVILLE DEBUTS BURGERVILLE RECORDS WITH A CD LAUNCH PARTY

First album to benefit Brian Grant Foundation

Vancouver, Wash. (Nov. 11, 2011) – Just one month after the debut of BV Radio, Burgerville is expanding its reach into the local music scene with the launch of Burgerville Records. Burgerville Records’ first album, “Shakers Sessions” will be unveiled at a launch party Tuesday, Nov. 15.

“Shakers Sessions” is a compilation CD benefiting the Brian Grant Foundation. The album was created by local singer and songwriter Rob Barteletti, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2002. Wanting to make a benefit album for Parkinson’s patients, Barteletti recruited 12 Northwest vocalists to record the songs he wrote for the CD including Storm Large, Pete Droge, and Mike Coykendall. 
 “Shakers’ Sessions” will be sold exclusively through Burgerville’s 38 restaurants for $10 with 100 percent of profits being donated to the Brian Grant Foundation.

WHAT: Burgerville, the Brian Grant Foundation, and Rob Barteletti will cohost a CD launch party for Burgerville Records’ first album, “Shakers’ Sessions”. The event is free and open to the public.

WHEN: 3 – 7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 15

WHERE: Hawthorne Burgerville – 1122 S.E. Hawthorne Blvd., Portland

VISUALS: Live music, including Rob Stroup, Steve Wilkinson, and Nick Peets, among others.

AVAILABLE  FOR INTERVIEWS:
• CEO of Burgerville, Jeff Harvey, about why Burgerville is launching this project and his personal passion for music.
• Brian Grant, former Portland Trail Blazer, about the Brian Grant Foundation.
• Rob Barteletti about his creative process and the story of “Shakers’ Sessions.”                            
Last month,  Burgerville launched BV Radio, a unique, in-restaurant radio station that showcases musicians from the Northwest. BV Radio plays at all 38 Burgerville restaurants.

About Burgerville
Burgerville is a quick service restaurant company with 38 locations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington, serving guests fresh, great tasting food from a mission to “serve with love.” Burgerville’s values extend beyond locally grown berries, all-natural beef, Walla Walla onions and cage-free eggs. At Burgerville, the commitment to fresh, local and sustainable values is about helping people and communities thrive. The innovative company, established in 1961, is redefining industry norms by providing affordable health care for hourly employees and their dependents, purchasing wind power equal to their total energy use, converting used trans-fat free cooking oil to biodiesel and implementing comprehensive resource stewardship and recycling. For more information about Burgerville, please visit www.burgerville.com.

Visit Burgerville to Feed the Earth April 20th

Visit Burgerville on Wednesday, April 20th and support EarthShare. EarthShare Oregon and EarthShare Washington support over 100 environmental nonprofit member groups who protect places for wildlife, keep people healthy, and reduce global warming.

We’ll make a donation for every guest transaction Wednesday – and, if you use your Burgerville Card and purchase any Fresh Strawberry item, we’ll make an additional donation on your behalf. Join us to feed your family – and feed the Earth.

Live United: Visit Burgerville March 30th to Support United Way

Visit any Burgerville restaurant on Wednesday, March 30th and we’ll make a donation to each community’s United Way chapter. Every guest visit counts – come by and make any purchase and you’ll be helping others in your local community! United Way and Burgerville know that healthy, educated and empowered communities thrive. Stop by and be counted.

Feed the Arts March 10th

Thanks for visiting our Burgerville restaurants on Thursday, March 10th. We were able to donate $2200 to Work for Art, a nonprofit supporting over 80 local arts and culture organizations.

Burgerville Events

Check out our Facebook page to see the latest Burgerville events.

http://www.facebook.com/#!/burgerville

Speaking Engagements

Burgerville participates in many speaking events that cover a wide range of topics such as our corporate-wide use of wind power, recycling of used cooking oil into biodiesel and our composting and recycling programs. Contact us if you are interested in engaging a Burgerville representative to speak at your event.