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Tesco Ireland opens up 1,150 new job opportunities

Tesco Ireland is about to create 1,150 additional jobs. The new job vacancy is divided into two portions, 700 temporary jobs are opened for Christmas period along with 450 permanent jobs.

Tesco has already created 1,000 jobs since the pandemic and the latest opening will be a separate one.

Taoiseach Micheál Martin, welcomed Tesco’s announcement.

He pointed out that this recruitment is a much needed one. He also thanked and appreciated the staffs and other workers of Tesco for working throughout the pandemic.

Mr Martin said that these workers are playing a vital role and make sure that people are getting essential things.

“These additional jobs will further improve the shopping experience for customers as well as providing an employment boost in Cork and right across the country,” he said.

Tesco Ireland said that the recruitment for the latest job vacancies has already started and the application are available online.

Tesco’s Douglas store is all set to reopen on November 12. It has been a year that the store was shut down because of a fire and staff redeployed to other Cork stores.

Tesco Ireland’s CEO Kari Daniels said that their employees have stood up to the occasion and has shown great support during the pandemic period. 

“Since the start of this pandemic, our colleagues have risen to the challenge to continue to serve our customers and communities.” She said.

She also added that they are looking forward in welcoming these new team members who will enjoy good careers in a dynamic retail industry.

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