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King Soopers/City Market to Hire Thousands of Associates During Holiday Hiring Event

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Published: Oct. 12, 2021 at 11:53 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Release) - King Soopers/City Market is recruiting talent to join their team for the holidays and beyond. The retailer will be hosting a four day holiday hiring event, beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, October 13th. The grocer is looking to hire more than 1,900 associates in both hourly and salaried roles by identifying talent for retail, e-commerce, manufacturing, supply chain, merchandising, logistics, corporate, department leader and pharmacy and healthcare roles.

King Soopers/City Market will be offering a hybrid hiring event, including virtual and on-site interviews, tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct. 13, from 12-3pm MST. Following the hybrid event, the grocer will be hosting in-person hiring events at every location across the state on Thursday, Oct. 14 (2-6pm), Friday, Oct. 15 (2-6pm) and Saturday, Oct. 16 (12-3pm). These events will consist of manned hiring tables where interviews will be offered on the spot and new hires can start their careers in as little as three days.

King Soopers/City Market offers associates a culture of opportunity and career with purpose, competitive pay and benefits, and flexible schedules. Additionally, they offer resources, training, continued education and tuition reimbursement, perks and discounts, to support and develop associates and make their lives easier.

“We know that a career looks different for everyone, so we strive to provide the tools and support associates need to create their own path to success. No matter where your journey begins, we have fresh opportunities for everyone,” Jessica Trowbridge, King Soopers/City Market Corporate Affairs Leader.

King Soopers/City Market welcomes individuals who are looking for a career with purpose. To preview all available roles and register for the hybrid hiring event, visit King Soopers/City Market career site.

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