Whole Food locations throughout the US are hiring in-store shoppers. This role offers starting pay up to $15 per hour, flexible scheduling to fit your lifestyle, and career advancement opportunities.
As a Whole Foods Shopper, you give access to wholesome food for up to 20-40 families a day that may be unable to shop for themselves. This is a role where you do good! All on a schedule that fits your own needs.
Training - Your first day isn’t trial by fire. Instead, a Whole Foods Shopper Leader spends the day by your side familiarizing you with the store, the people, and the policies. Making sure you’re comfortable with your work is the companies top priority – whether that’s Day 1 or 1,000.
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Whole Foods is offering flexible scheduling, a 20% store discount, at least $15/hr minimum starting pay and quick hiring process!
After you fill out your application, you’ll get an email to take a Shopper assessment. If you’re a fit, a hiring manager will reach out to you with a job offer – no need to wait for an interview!
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Trusting their management team!!! I was deactivated by someone named Lauren West never heard of her!
I worked at a Senior Living faculty when I was a teenager after I got out of school. I sat and read to the seniors and I would feed them no one came to visit them after that I always wanted to do something like that again. When I became a shopper that feeling came back that I am helping in some way. When I walk to the door of the customer I'm deliving to there is a sence of appreciation and respect. No matter if it's seniors or mothers with sick children the simple thank you I get from them means so much to me.