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p>At McDonald’s Clare we take accessibility very seriously.

Disabled Parking

We believe that our jobs and our restaurants should be accessible to everyone, regardless of any impairment or disability.

In terms of recruitment, as an Equal Opportunities Employer, we welcome enquiries from everyone. We embrace Diversity, recognising that everyone is not the same. We value the differences and we run our business and serve our customers accordingly.

We work closely with Clare Supported Employment Services (C.S.E.S.) in our recruitment and selection process, and look forward to a strong relationship with CSES into the future.
Vodafone Passion for the world around us Award

In both our Shannon and Ennis restaurants, we constantly endeavour to improve our facilities, ensuring that our McDonald’s is a place where everyone can visit easily and feel welcome.


Three years ago, C.S.E.S. encouraged McDonald’s Shannon to participate in the O2 Ability Awards.

Examining all aspects of employment, the Awards recognise progressive attitudes, in those organisations that see disability and diversity as a corporate asset and key to success
The O2 Ability Awards are the first Irish business awards for best practice in the employment and inclusion of people with disabilities.

In 2006, McDonald’s Shannon received a Top 50 placement in the O2 Ability Awards.
Michael Martin, Danuta Gray and Caroline Casey

In 2007, McDonald’s Shannon was the Overall National Winner for the Best Small Company in Ireland Award

In 2010, McDonald’s Ennis scooped the coveted award for Overall Best Customer Service in Ireland