The UK supermarket chain is recruiting for 310 roles at stores across Cheshire, including Crewe, Warrington and Runcorn
Aldi has announced a jobs boost for Cheshire as it looks to recruit 310 people to work at its stores across the county between now and the end of the year. The welcome boost to the county’s economy will see people sought to take on a variety of roles at all levels of experience.
Jobs up for grabs include a number of positions at the popular budget supermarket chain’s stores in Crewe, Warrington and Runcorn. There will be full and part-time positions available, including store assistant and caretaker roles, along with opportunities to become a store manager, which offers a salart of up to £48,490.
The recruitment push by the UK’s fifth-largest supermarket chain forms part of the company’s nationwide expansion drive, with the supermarket on track to create 2,000 permanent new roles across the UK this year.
Aldi‘s UK recruitment director Kelly Stokes said: “As we continue to grow and make Aldi accessible to even more shoppers, we need more amazing colleagues across the country to help make that possible. As well as healthcare and lifestyle perks, working at Aldi means a great working environment and real opportunities to progress within the business.
“We look forward to welcoming even more great people in Cheshire to become a part of our success.”
In July the company announced a second pay increase this year for its store colleagues, maintaining its position as the UK’s best-paying supermarket. From September, Aldi staff will earn a minimum hourly rate of £10.50 nationally, and £11.95 inside the M25, with paid breaks included.
- 12:14, 24 AUG 2022