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Employment Opportunities

Save-A-Lot is Hiring Now for the Columbus, GA Locations.......

Store Associates

Save-a-lot is looking for experienced grocery associates to join us at our Columbus, GA location.

Meat Cutters

should have a high school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of 2 years of previous meat cutting experience including the use of hand tools and power equipment such as knives, slicers, cubing machine and a power saw.

Perishable Clerks

must be able to cut and/or package authorized beef, pork and poultry items; use of hand tools and power equipment such as knives, slicers, cubing machine and a power saw is a plus. Perishable Clerks will also trim and package authorized fresh produce according to company guidelines and policies.

Store Clerks

will perform a variety of tasks including cashiering, stocking, and cleaning. Previous experience working in a meat and/or produce department is a plus. Around here, we produce leaders 24/7.Whether you’re helping a customer provide for their family or making sure our products are delivered on time, you’re doing work with a purpose at Save-A-Lot.

What you can expect from a part-time career at Save-A-Lot

If you’re looking for a flexible schedule that comes with plenty of chances to succeed, you’re looking in the right place. Our part-time associates enjoy flexible work hours, competitive pay, opportunities for growth and advancement, and a fast-paced work environment. You’ll learn from the best. Our managers are trained leaders who know that mentoring associates is just as important as driving sales.

What we expect from you

We all pitch in here. If you’re applying for our retail positions, we need you to be willing and able to work in stocking, cashiering and helping our customers. If you’re working in our distribution centers, you need to know how to work hard and efficiently. Safety, productivity, sanitation and quality control are absolutely vital to our work in the DCs. In exchange for a flexible schedule, you’ll be expected to work a variety of shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays. Above all else, we need you to be passionate about what you do—and good at doing it. Ready to step up and be a leader? Then we’d like to get to know you. If interested and meet the qualifications, please apply online at http://save-a-lot.com/careers/hourly-opportunities EOE
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