Aldi gears for SA expansion

aldi-1Aldi Australia has begun recruiting for more than 100 new positions across South Australia, as it ramps up for its state-wide expansion in 2016.

Aldi has today opened applications for retail assistants and store management trainees, with all applications available via its  website.

The new hiring announcement comes following a successful recruitment period for Aldi’s first South Australian store managers, who started their roles with the business earlier this month.

“As one of the country’s fastest growing retailers, Aldi is looking for dynamic, enthusiastic and ambitious people to help bring the Aldi difference to South Australia,” said Viktor Jakupec, Aldi MD – South Australia.

“Aldi employees are highly motivated and dedicated to delivering the best shopping experience to our customers. In return, they are provided with rewarding careers, development opportunities and industry leading employment benefits.”

New employees will undergo extensive training to learn the Aldi way of doing business. South Australian retail assistants and store management trainees will also receive in-store training in various locations across South Australia.

“Aldi’s training program sets our employees up for career success. We’ve enjoyed seeing our staff grow alongside our business and independent employee surveys have consistently shown high levels of job satisfaction,” Jakupec said.

As Aldi’s South Australian expansion continues to progress, areas of interest include West Lakes, Hawthorn, Mount Barker, Hallett Cove, Seaford Heights, Woodcroft, Victor Harbor, Parafield Gardens, Blakeview, St Agnes, Kilburn, Gilles Plains, Berri, Aldinga, Noarlunga, Modbury, Evanston, the Barossa, Golden Grove, Salisbury, Mt Gambier, Marion, and Yorke Peninsula.

Recruitment closes on September 27  2015, before reopening for a second round in February 2016.

Aldi says it has already received more than 12,000 expressions of interest for these roles.


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