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Kroger looking to hire 20,000 this week

The Kroger Co. is holding its second nationwide hybrid hiring event, including virtual and on-site interviews, this Wednesday, Oct. 13. The organization's mission is to hire 20,000 associates by finding talent for retail, e-commerce, manufacturing, supply chain, merchandising, logistics, corporate, and pharmacy and healthcare roles.

"The Kroger Family of Companies is eager to welcome 20,000 associates to our organization as we prepare for an incredible holiday season where customers are planning to return to larger family gatherings and celebrations," said Tim Massa, Kroger's senior vice president and chief people officer. "It's an exciting time to work in grocery retail, and as one of the leading retailers and employers in America, we're committed to offering associates a culture of opportunity and career with purpose, competitive pay and benefits, and flexible schedules. We truly want our associates to have a rewarding and uplifting experience while meeting our customers' needs and delivering on our promise to be in-stock, fresh, and friendly."

The Kroger Family of Companies offers resources, benefits, and training to support and develop associates, including competitive salaries and wages, healthcare and retirement; a tuition reimbursement program, offering up to $21,000 for both part-time and full-time associates;  on-demand, role-specific training and resources; and efforts to further support associates' safety, health, and well-being by coaching managers to lead with compassion and empathy.

"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," said Massa.

Kroger is looking for store leaders, customer service managers, personal shoppers, e-commerce specialists, digital marketing managers, software engineers, data architects, delivery drivers, warehouse workers, machine operators, category and procurement managers, financial analysts, pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, project managers, and administrative supporters.

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