1,000 Jobs Open at Big Y

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Big Y has announced over 1,000 job openings in all areas of the company in response to their expansion and growth. 
These new positions include both full and part-time options including management and support positions in every location throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut. 
"Every day, our employees help us to deliver on our promise of connecting families for a better future," Michael J. Galat, vice president of employee services said. "We foster an environment of inclusion and belonging where individuals are respected, valued and heard. Employees tell us how much they appreciate being part of a community that cares."
Openings can be found at all Big Y markets, Fresh Acres Specialty Market, Table & Vine Fine Wines and Spirits, Big Y Express Gas and Convenience Stores, Big Y's Fresh & Local Distribution Center and Big Y's Store Support Center.
Supermarket openings include bakery, meat/seafood, foodservice and deli department managers and assistant department managers, overnight stocking clerks, and part-time positions in all departments. 
Fresh and Local Distribution Center openings include selectors, porters and equipment operators. 
Big Y Express Gas and Convenience Stores have openings in positions including managers, assistant managers, head cashiers and clerks. 
Current Store Support Center positions include accounts payable manager, general liability manager and openings in Information Resources and Technology. 
Accordion to a press release, Big Y offers training and incentives, flexible work shifts to accommodate parents, retirees, seniors, high school and college students.
"It is not unusual to support changing shifts to accommodate sports teams' games and practices, exams, remote learning and family life events," Kecia Bossie, Big Y's employment manager said. "Big Y is the perfect working environment for students, retirees, caregivers and others seeking flexible shifts and excellent benefits."
The press release also included that Big Y has invested over $1 million dollars through their tuition assistance plan for qualifying full and part time student employees to further their education. 
The press release also noted that since March, Big Y has instituted stringent safety protocols throughout their company. 
Interested applicants are encouraged to apply online at bigy.com/careers. For more information, contact Kecia Bossie at bossiek@bigy.com.

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MassDEP staff inspected the site that day and confirmed that a reportable spill of hydraulic fluid to the environment had occurred. Massachusetts regulations require that spills of more than 10 gallons be reported to MassDEP and that immediate cleanup be undertaken. MassDEP staff spoke with Cretecrew on that date to advise of the necessary cleanup.
"MassDEP made numerous attempts to assist Cretecrew Concrete Services in complying with Massachusetts waste site cleanup regulations," Michael Gorski, director of MassDEP’s Western Regional Office in Springfield said. "MassDEP will continue to ensure that parties responsible for oil spills undertake all required cleanup actions."
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