Aldi will create 2,000 new jobs before Christmas rush – with 100s of jobs available in the East Midlands

The German chain currently has more than 920 stores and employs around 38,000 people and is now pushing ahead with plans to open more than one new store a week this year.
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Aldi has said it will hire more than 2,000 new workers in the UK before Christmas as it plans to open more stores.

The German chain currently has more than 920 stores and employs around 38,000 people and is now pushing ahead with plans to open more than one new store a week this year.

The recruitment site has revealed 100s of jobs are available in the East Midlands.

Store assistants at Aldi can earn up to £10.57 nationally, and £11.32 inside the M25, with the supermarket also paying for breaks. Other store roles available will include managerial positions, caretakers and cleaners, as well as store apprentices.

The supermarket is also currently recruiting for 900 jobs across its 13 regional distribution centres around the UK, and a further 175 vacancies at its head office in Atherstone, Warwickshire.

Giles Hurley, chief executive officer of Aldi UK, said: “I am unbelievably proud of our amazing Aldi colleagues, and what they have achieved together over the last year.

“As we continue to invest in new stores, bringing unbeatable Aldi prices to millions of customers, we’re looking for thousands more colleagues to join our incredible teams across the country.

“I look forward to welcoming each and every one of them in the future.”

Those interested in applying for a career with Aldi can visit the recruitment website: https://www.aldirecruitment.co.uk/

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