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Welcome to our Sussex Aldi jobs, this is a page under development, we aim to publish a general recruitment guide supported by actual user experience, so we warmly welcome your comments and feedback. If you've had any recent experience of working with Aldi or indeed their recruitment process we'd welcome your views to share with our other users. Follow this link for more jobs in Sussex.
Aldi, or ALDI Einkauf GmbH & Co to give them their full name is now a global retail brand. The store's name is a diminutive of "Albrecht Discount". Despite is growing international role it is still very much a German company. The stores were founded by the parents of brothers Karl Albrecht and Theo Albrecht who for many years were the managers and driving force behind the group's success.
The group is actually two se pare at companies; Aldi Süd and Aldi Nord, It is now Germany's most popular store and one of the market leaders in Europe.
Aldi jobs in Sussex can be neatly divided into four logical career paths:
If you search the web you'll find a wide range of views from current and past employees of the company, there has been some recent adverse press about the treatment of employees in Germany but I'm not sure the situation translates to the UK. Two things seem to consistently show up in feedback; the pay is at the higher end of the spectrum for retail work and that the work is demanding. To visit the UK Aldi recruitment website visit www.careers.aldirecruitment.co.uk
Right now most job opportunities in Sussex are in the following areas, follow the links for more information, details correct at the time of writing but are subject to change. Local contact details can be found by following these links.
Assistant Store Manager
Aldi stores in Sussex:
1 - 4 London Road, Brighton BN1 4JA
Carlton Terrace, Portslade BN41 1XF
207 London Road, East Grinstead RH19 1HA
57-69 London Road, Bexhill-on-Sea TN39 3JY
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