45 new jobs at Aldi stores in Staffordshire

At least 45 jobs are being created by discount supermarket chain Aldi at its stores across Staffordshire.

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At least 45 jobs are being created by discount supermarket chain Aldi at its stores across Staffordshire.

Store assistants are being recruited by Aldi at its outlets across Burntwood, Brownhills, Cannock, Rugeley, Lichfield and Tamworth.

The recruitment drive includes an open day at the Holiday Inn Express, in Birmingham Road, Lichfield, tomorrow from 10.30am until 4pm.

It comes as the new store in Burntwood is due to be completed by November.

Bosses are looking to bring in at least 45 new staff across its outlets in the area.

Aldi spokeman Nick Bevan said: “The positions will be open for a number of stores including Aldi’s new store in Burntwood.

“Key responsibilities for successful candidates include accurate and efficient till operation, and stock management and merchandising. Full training will be provided over a 12-week period, and roles are available from 15 hours a week.”

Comments for: "45 new jobs at Aldi stores in Staffordshire"

Scowling Joe

It's sureley a sign of bad times, when a supermarket or fast-food chain taking on staff is seen as being a good news piece.

What good is such employment if it does't even cover the basic cost of living? People who have lost their jobs in engineering, construction etc are supposed to read this and think "great, let the good times roll!"??