Big Y Hiring Spree

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — On Tuesday June 29, Big Y will hold their first ever company wide "monstrous hiring" event at over 75 locations across Massachusetts and Connecticut. 
 
According to a press release, Big Y are simplifying their application process. Every store plus the distribution center will hold interviews and hiring managers will be able to make on-the-spot job offers on June 28 from 3-8 PM
 
"A future at Big Y means more than stocking shelves. It is an opportunity for personal leadership and growth, an opportunity to belong and contribute to your own vibrant future and an opportunity to connect with others and be part of a community that cares," said Michael J. Galat, vice president of employee services. "We stand committed to making a real difference where employees are celebrated for who they are and have a chance to share their ideas and be respected, valued and heard."
 
Currently, there are openings at all Big Y supermarkets, Big Y Gas and Convenience Stores, Table & Vine Fine Wines and Spirits, and Big Y's Fresh and Local Distribution Center.
 
Full time supermarket openings include bakery, meat, seafood, in-store kitchen, and deli, department managers and assistant department managers, overnight stock clerks.
 
Part time positions are open in all departments. 
 
Big Y Express Gas and Convenience openings include managers, assistant managers, head cashiers and clerks. Table and Vine has openings in all departments. Fresh and Local Distribution Center openings include selectors, porters and equipment operators.
 
Applicants must be 18 years old or older.
 
Interested applicants are encouraged to apply in advance online at http://www.bigy.com/careers which also includes addresses of all locations.
 
All individuals hired on this day will receive a $50 gift card of their choice such as Apple, Big Y or Spotify.
 
Additionally, after working through the summer, every Big Y employee including those newly hired will receive an Employee Appreciation Bonus in their paychecks in early September. To qualify, employees must have worked during July and August.
 
 
 
 
 

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