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We’re bursting with pride here at Aldi. We’re one of the UK’s fastest-growing supermarket chains, the Grocer’s ‘Grocer of the Year’ (2017) and we’ve just opened the doors to our 700th store. You’ll also find thousands of Aldi stores across the world from Germany and Hungary, to Switzerland and Slovenia.
Yup, it’s all going incredibly well. But, without the hard work and commitment of our people, it would be a very different story. Precisely why we’re dedicated to being the best supermarket employer in Britain*.
Our pay and benefits are the highest in the sector, and we’re renowned for our training programmes (for example, we’re No.3 in the Times Top 100 Graduate Employers). But it’s so much more than that. So many of our 28,000 people have fallen in love with our ethos, the way we do business, and everything that we stand for. We’re getting things right, and you could be part of it.
Available Positions, Locations and Salaries
- Area Manager / Salary: £44,000 – £76,495
- Career Starter – Logistics / Salary: £6.09 phr
- Administration Support Assistant / Salary: £21,590 – £26,565
- Corporate Buying Assistant – Atherstone Region / Salary: £30,580 – £35,710
- Buying Manager – Atherstone Region / Salary: £51,760 – £75,360
Aldi Job Vacancies
First up, your induction. Over two weeks, you’ll build up a clear picture of the business and what makes us so different. That’s followed by a period of intensive training, taking in everything from stacking shelves to making decisions on how the store is run. Then the challenges really kick in as you’re given the keys to your own store, and get to grips with managing your team and a £multi-million business. By the end of your first year, you should be ready to take on a full Area Manager role, with all the responsibilities that entails, from motivating employees to encouraging excellent performance. Your ultimate aim? To achieve the highest possible sales while ensuring an efficient working environment, great customer service, minimal costs and maximum productivity.
Career Starter – Logistics
Based at one of our warehouses, you’ll spend a year learning the ropes with some of our experienced warehouse professionals. You’ll be trained in all aspects of health and safety while working towards achieving your Level 2 Supply Chain Operative qualification. Ultimately, it means you’ll gain an unparalleled insight into our logistics operation from the ground up. We do things our own way at Aldi. But whatever we’re doing, we must be getting it right. With a wave of impressive sales figures behind us, we’re opening new stores at lightning speed. And without the great teams at our warehouses, there’d be no products in those stores.
Administration Support Assistant
This will involve day-to-day organisational work, data processing and analysis. Naturally, you’ll need to be efficient and well organised, with excellent attention to detail and a willingness to learn.
We do things our own way at Aldi. But whatever we’re doing, we must be getting it right. With a wave of impressive sales figures behind us, we’re opening new stores at lightning speed. And to keep on top of that wave, we have to do something pretty special to keep our customers coming back for more.
Corporate Buying Assistant
Our buying teams – if it’s possible – have to move even quicker than the rest of the business. And they have to keep ahead of our customers too: second-guessing what they want and need before they do. You’ll get involved in every aspect of the buying lifecycle, from putting together tender documents and crunching numbers, to preparing samples and reviewing market data. The proposals start with you.
We do things our own way at Aldi. But whatever we’re doing, we must be getting it right. With a wave of impressive sales figures behind us, we’re opening new stores at lightning speed. And to keep on top of that wave, our buying teams have to do something pretty special to keep our customers coming back for more.
You’ll make sure we deliver on our promise to customers by helping to secure exciting products at the best price. In fact, you’ll set the bar high in retailing. Our buying teams – if it’s possible – have to move even quicker than the rest of the business. And they have to keep ahead of our customers too: second-guessing what they want and need before they do. You’re a skilled Buyer with a great supplier network with the ability to influence and manage others.
We are now looking to strengthen our growing Corporate Buying department by recruiting Managers to lead and develop our Produce team.
Reporting to a Produce Director, you will drive, support and provide strategy relating to fresh produce sales and planning.
Job Application Online Process
To finalize your online application to Aldi, follow the steps below:
Through Aldi’s website, search for the human resources tab where you can list the current job openings and the application forms. There, you can find information on the steps to follow, with the explanations. Please note that, in case the job openings are not listed online on the original company’s website, you can always use the search engines/tools or the career websites with the advertisement links. You can reach the website of Aldi from the link provided here to apply online for the openings.
Job Application Form Printable PDF
There are no printable job applications available for Aldi. You must submit your Job Application from the job application page.