Aldi begin recruitment drive after Cambridgeshire expansion - beginning in Ely
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Aldi has kick-started a recruitment drive in Cambridgeshire and is on the look-out for staff for their store in Ely.
The company is recruiting for over 60 store positions across the county as part of a recruitment drive to support the supermarket’s expansion in 2016.
It is looking for 40 store assistants and 10 stock assistants, as well as three assistant store managers, six deputy store managers and four apprentices.
All Aldi employees receive a minimum rate of £8.40 an hour, with assistant store managers receiving a salary of £30,000, rising to £36,500 after four years. Deputy store managers receive an hourly rate of £9.40, rising to £11.
Graham Hetherington, Aldi regional managing director, said: “Our imminent expansion across Cambridgeshire has created a significant number of employment opportunities for local people, and we would encourage anyone interested in career at Aldi to find out more and apply on our recruitment website.
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“We are looking to attract applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds, including supermarket, fast-food and clothing chains, who can demonstrate relevant retail experience, and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.”
To apply or for more information, visit www.aldirecruitment.co.uk.
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