Aldi, the European-originated discount retailer, has begun the first steps in its previously announced store expansion in Southern California.
The chain is looking for about 50 managers to fill the positions for 11 locations that have been released, with positions starting at $18 per hour and going up to $23 per hour with tenure, according to The Press Enterprise.
The company said that employees will average 33 to 40 hours a week, as well as being eligible for benefits, including health and dental insurance.
The company previously announced its intentions to expand, with these 25 new Southern California locations between March and July of 2016.
The first 11 of this expansion into the Southern California markets can be found below:
According to the report, Aldi is hosting hiring events next week for the open managerial positions. These meeting are slated to take place at the following times and places:
Applicants are required to have a high school diploma or GED, the ability to lift 45 pounds, and must be able to work anytime between 5 a.m. and 11 p.m. any day of the week. For more information those interested can go to www.aldiuscareers.com.
The retailer recently said in a release that it intends to continue its accelerated growth, anticipating to serve more than 45 million customers per month by 2018.