King Soopers and City Market stores around Colorado are on a mission to hire up to 1,900 new employees. A hiring event is coming soon to the Grand Junction, Fruita, Montrose, and other communities in Western Colorado.

Right now City Market stores are accepting applications for all positions. Opportunities include cashier, bagger, produce clerk, deli clerk, and more.

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Huge Hiring Event Coming to Grand Junction, Fruita, Montrose

The stores will conduct a hybrid-hiring event including virtual and on-site interviews. The event is coming up on Wednesday, October 13, from noon to 3 p.m.

According to Kroger's official webpage, job responsibilities could include:

  • Assist customers at checkout and bag groceries
  • Build attractive displays and stock shelves
  • Select and gather products to fulfill customer’s online orders
  • Prepare gourmet dishes, make artisan sandwiches and serve local and imported cheeses
  • Bake fresh breads and cookies, decorate cakes and serve personalized coffees
  • Create artistic floral arrangements
  • Prepare fresh cut fruits and vegetables
  • Cut and serve the highest quality meats and seafood
  • Contribute in many other areas to provide extraordinary service to our customers
  • We are now accepting applications for all positions including cashier, bagger,
  • e-Commerce clerk, grocery clerk, produce clerk, meat clerk, deli clerk and bakery clerk.

It’s an exciting time to work in grocery retail, and as one of the leading retailers and employers in Colorado, we’re committed to offering associates a culture of opportunity and career with purpose, competitive pay and benefits, and flexible schedules. We truly want our associates to have a rewarding and uplifting experience while meeting our customers’ needs and delivering on our promise to be in-stock, fresh, and friendly. - Jessica Trowbridge, King Soopers and City Market Corporate Affairs Leader via 9News

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