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Stop & Shop Plans To Hire More Than 1,000 Part-Time Employees

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Quincy, Massachusetts-based Stop & Shop intends to hire more than 1,000 part-time associates and will hold job fairs at its stores in Connecticut, western Massachusetts and Westchester and Dutchess counties in New York from noon until 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 31.

“We are eager to hire part-time associates who are looking for a job to serve as the building blocks to a rewarding career with a company that values people and hard work,” says Rudy DiPietro, SVP of operations. “Stop & Shop is looking to add seven to eight associates per store as it strives to improve the in-store experience for customers and provide even better service in area communities.”

The available positions include part-time opportunities in the bakery, deli, grocery, produce, seafood and meat departments. There are also openings on the night crew, as well as for cashiers, porters and baggers. The company will hire 600 in Connecticut, 250 in Western Massachusetts, 250 associates in Westchester County and 50 in Dutchess County.

The part-time positions provide 12-28 hours of work each week. The company said part-time employees receive competitive pay, paid training, flexible schedules, a company discount, paid time off and career advancement opportunities. Cashiers and baggers must be at least 16 years old; the other positions require applicants to be 18 years of age.

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