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Aldi to create 1,050 new jobs in Ireland

Christian Fernsby |
Aldi is to create more than 1,000 new jobs across the country this year and will also open a number of new stores.

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Topics: ALDI    IRELAND   

The new roles announced on Wednesday will include 700 permanent positions and 350 temporary jobs.

The German company will be hiring managers, assistant managers and store assistants for shops across the country.

Aldi will open four new stores in the coming months at Dunshaughlin in Co Meath, Douglas in Co Cork, Newbridge in Co Kildare and Bayside in Dublin. Stores in Cahersiveen and Killarney in Co Kerry to follow later this year.

It has also submitted six new store planning applications in the past year, seeking permission to open new stores in Castlecomer, Roaches St. Limerick, Ballybrit, Ballyhaunis, Kanturk and Shannon.

Additional staff are required to help meet ongoing customer demand across its store network. Over 500 additional employees have been successfully hired since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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