Aldi hiring 42 colleagues across North Yorkshire - five jobs available at Whitby store
Aldi is looking to hire 42 colleagues in North Yorkshire between now and Christmas - and five of the vacancies are in Whitby.
The UK’s fifth largest supermarket is looking for people of all levels of experience to fill roles at its stores across the region.
This includes Store Assistant roles all the way up to Assistant Store Manager, with salaries of up to £32,345.
Among the sites in the region looking to hire is in Whitby, which has five vacancies at its Fairfield Way store.
Aldi already employs more than 400 people at its 13 stores in North Yorkshire, and is looking to grow its team over the coming months as part of its ongoing expansion plans in the region.
Kelly Stokes, Recruitment Director at Aldi UK, said: “As we continue to grow, we’re looking for more ambitious and hard-working individuals to join our team at stores across North Yorkshire.
"There’s something here for everyone, from new starters looking to take their first step on the career ladder to more experienced team managers seeking a new challenge.
“Our amazing colleagues are central to everything we do at Aldi and remain one of the key factors in our success, and we’re looking forward to expanding our team to provide an even better in-store experience for our customers.”
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