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Aldi offers 228 new jobs for summer
By thinkSPAIN Team Mon, Jun 17, 2019
BUDGET German supermarket chain Aldi is seeking 228 new employees for the summer – 191 for its national network of stores and 37 for its warehouses.
The new jobs are mainly in tourism hotspots, and staff numbers are set to go up by 217% on those of last summer.
Warehouse and logistics jobs are in Masquefa (Barcelona province), San Isidro (Alicante province) and Dos Hermanas (Sevilla province).
Of the 191 needed in shops nationwide, the vast majority – 99 – are in either Catalunya (Lloret de Mar, L'Escala, Platja d'Aro, Palafrugell, Calonge and Blanes in the province of Girona, and Cunit in that of Tarragona) and the island of Mallorca, in Campos and Magaluf, whilst another 23 in these areas are needed in warehouse operations.
After having recently opened new stores in Los Alcázares (Murcia Region) and Ontinyent (Vall d'Albaida, Valencia province), Aldi is growing rapidly in the east and south-east – earlier, a battery of new shops were launched and existing ones expanded in the provinces of Alicante, Murcia and Almería, where 64 new store employees are sought and six for logistics.
A further 36 new jobs are up for grabs in Andalucía – El Puerto de Santa María, Rota, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Conil, Chiclana de la Frontera, Barbate and Cádiz (all in Cádiz province), and Fuengirola, Estepona, Benalmádena, Torremolinos, Marbella, Mijas, Mijas Cala and Caleta de Vélez (all in Málaga province).
Aldi, which has a presence in nine countries including the UK, launched itself in Spain in 2002 and currently has 300 stores and 4,000 employees on its books.
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