Aldi to create 3000 new jobs
8 August 2012
Aldi will create 3,000 new job in the UK over the next year.
The high street budget supermarket will be looking for staff to work across all parts of the business. A variety of positions will be available, from store manager positions to stock assistants, as the company expands its number of outlets in the UK.
The firm is also looking to fill over 100 spaces on its graduate recruitment scheme.
Richard Holloway, Aldi’s Head of Graduate Recruitment, says: “Aldi is looking to recruit more than 100 graduates this year, more than ever before, and with a rolling recruitment deadline, this will continue into next year. In addition, we are always on the lookout for new store recruits, and we'll create a training programme that suits our candidates and will last about six weeks.”
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