German supermarket chain Aldi is to recruit 1,050 additional employees in Ireland this year. It said 700 of the jobs will be permanent roles serving new stores the company is planning to open.
The remainder will be temporary positions to provide additional support through the Covid-19 pandemic. They will join the 500 additional staff that Aldi has recruited since the coronavirus crisis began last year. "Additional investment for 2021 in new stores, store extensions and Project Fresh store upgrades confirms our continued commitment to the Irish economy," said Niall O'Connor, Group Managing Director at Aldi Ireland.
The new jobs will be across a range of positions, including store assistants, assistant store managers and store managers. Six