- Application deadline: All year round
- Starting salaries: £40k
- Regions: Nationwide
- Industries: Retail, Management
- Website: http://www.aldi.co.uk/
- Email: N/A
- Telephone: N/A
- Address: Queries about the area manager role should be sent to:
Area Manager Recruitment
Aldi Stores Limited
Chester High Road
What is Aldi ?
With over 7,000 stores worldwide, Aldi has established itself as one of the world's top retailers, dedicated to supplying high quality products at low prices. The Aldi chain is an ever-growing organisation, expanding throughout Europe, North America and Australia, boasting 400 stores in the UK since first reaching the shores in 1990.
What roles are available at Aldi ?
Application process for Aldi .
Apply online at http://www.graduates.aldirecruitment.co.uk/index.asp
Entry requirements and type of person suited for Aldi .
Suitable applicants will be ambitious and motivated, self-confident and able to work in a fast-paced environment, and should possess a 2:1 minimum degree classification. Good communication and leadership skills are vital for the position of Area-Manager as your role will involve supervising and overseeing your staff as well as the more demanding responsibilities. The ability to think logically about problems and come to suitable solutions is an important characteristic for this role.
Future prospects and training at Aldi .
The training program is designed to equip you for a role as an Area Manager, which is as near to the top of the tree as you can get. All relevant skills will be tested and enhanced through the training process.
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