ALDI is targeting eight new employees to add to their roster as the demand for supermarket employees continues.
Like many supermarkets around town, Aldi has experienced a busy 18 months due to COVID-19 which means they now must look for new staff.
Recently, Coles and Woolworths also advertised for more staff, due to the demand currently on supermarkets to stock and sell produce throughout the pandemic.
Many people have 'panic bought' items throughout the pandemic so far while others also chose to buy groceries in bulk to save journeying to the supermarkets constantly.
ALDI Australia Executive Manager of Store Operations Katie Rogers believes hiring eight new permanent employees will continue to grow the company in the region.
"Regional communities are integral to the ALDI footprint across Australia and we're proud to be a part of the Dubbo community," she said.
"Our employees take huge pride in providing excellent customer service and over the last 18 months, have played a critical role in ensuring locals have access to high quality, affordable fresh food and groceries."
ALDI opened in 2014.
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