Aldi to create 400 jobs in Ireland and open 20 new stores across the country
Good news on the job front.
Aldi Ireland is to create 400 new jobs in Ireland over the next three years as part of an €100 million expansion programme of its store network.
The investment will see Aldi open 20 new stores along with extending a number of its current locations over the same three year period.
The new stores will be located throughout the country, with stores in Trim, Co. Meath, Leixlip, Co. Kildare and Ennistymon, Co. Clare opening in early 2017.
The retailer is also in the planning process to create an additional five new stores in 2017 and renovating nine of its existing shops.
With regards to the new positions that are being created, opportunities will be available for Area Manager, Store Manager, Assistant Store Manager and Store Assistant positions. Aldi currently employs over 3,200 people in Ireland and they recently introduced the ‘Living Wage’ for all entry level positions, with store employees earning up to €13.80 per hour.
Applications can be made online by visiting the careers section at www.aldi.ie.