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Carrefour seeks 6,700 new employees for summer
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thinkSPAIN , Wednesday, May 17, 2017

HYPERMARKET chain Carrefour plans to take on 6,700 new members of staff for summer, of whom nine in 10 will be based in stores.

Customer service and check-out, shelf-stacking, staff on the deli counters and in technology sales are sought, with others needed for financial services, travel agencies and petrol stations.

Applicants should have a 'clear sales orientation' and 'excellent customer service skills', as well as being able to work well in a team, digital or computer skills and 'great potential for development'.

First-jobbers, as well as students seeking to earn money for the summer are the most likely to be expected to apply, although workers of any age can send their CV via Carrefour's website.

Potential will be valued as much as prior experience, so those who believe they have what it takes to make a success of the job will be considered even if they have never worked in a hypermarket or similar position before.

Having taken over a number of Eroski stores and expanded across the country, Carrefour is also looking to increase its employee numbers this year.

As at the end of 2016, the group had 49,000 workers in Spain alone.

 

 

 
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