ALDI has announced its intentions to recruit over 30 team members in county Tipperary.
Since its inception in the county in 2003, its store network has grown to encompass 8 stores in Cahir, Clonmel, Carrick on Suir, Cashel, Nenagh, Roscrea, Thurles and Tipperary Town.
The store in Tipperary town is currently undergoing renovations as it continues to trade.
The store will be closed between January 15th and February 15th for the internal retrofit and also to install a Deposit Return Vending Machine to enable qualifying cans and plastic bottles to be returned for customers to redeem the deposit.
With 161 operational stores nationwide ALDI continues to expand its workforce, currently employing almost 5,000 people across the country.
The recruitment drive comes on the heels of ALDI’s commitment to adopting the recommendation of the Living Wage Technical Group in 2024.
This means that from 1 February, the starting rate for store assistants and selectors increases to €14.80 per hour. ALDI is the first supermarket in Ireland to adopt the Living Wage recommendations in 2024.