Giant Eagle to Hire 700 Team Members in Northeast Ohio

Cleveland, OH - Supermarket workers continue to play a vital role in serving our communities, and as holiday preparations begin, Giant Eagle is looking to fill 700 permanent full and part-time positions across the company’s Northeast Ohio Giant Eagle and Market District supermarkets. Giant Eagle will conduct socially distant, in-person holiday hiring events at 24 Northeast Ohio host locations November 9 – 11 from 1 - 6 p.m.

Candidates will meet with recruiters and have the opportunity for same-day job offers. All event participants will be required to wear a mask or other face covering. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit for complete event details, a full list of host locations and to explore open positions and submit their application in advance to expedite the in-person interview process.

The company is looking for team members who enjoy performing a variety of tasks in a fast-paced work environment and are passionate about delivering exceptional guest service. A variety of positions are available across daytime, evening and overnight shifts depending on candidate availability and interest. Open positions include; personal shoppers for Giant Eagle’s popular curbside pickup and home delivery services, deli and prepared foods clerks, cashiers, bakery team members, and more! Giant Eagle team members enjoy a variety of benefits including flexible scheduling, competitive wages, paid training, advancement opportunities, and paid time off.

The health and wellbeing of team members is always a top priority at Giant Eagle. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic the company has put numerous precautions in place to ensure a safe and healthy working environment, including providing personal protective equipment, installing plexiglass dividers at primary points of guest interaction, and increasing the frequency of sanitization of all common areas and shared surfaces.

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