« FW Chamber among top 20 economic development groups in 2011 | Main | U.S. Concrete will relocate its headquarters to Euless »


Trader Joe's hiring for Fort Worth store

Trader Joe's hasn't said when it plans to open its new Fort Worth store, beyond this Spring. But it's posted on CraigsList, looking to hire people for work to begin at the end of May.

Starting Tuesday, the company began taking applications at the store, 2701 S. Hulen St. The company said in posts on its web site and the free CraigsList site that it’s taking applications 9 a.m.-noon, and 2 p.m.-5 p.m.

"We are hiring for work to begin at the end of May," the company said.

The company is advertising for "Store Crew" who will work on the cash registers, bag groceries, stock shelves, build displays, and "have fun helping customers."

Additionally, Trader Joe’s wants people with specialized talents.

Have a "Passion for Art? Flair for Food? Love of Wine?"

Trader Joe’s wants people who who can craft handmade signs promoting merchandise; plan, prepare, and serve samples of food to customers; and answer customers’ questions about wine.

The company confirmed last fall it was headed for Fort Worth, and said then it expected to open in the Spring.

Alison Mochizuki, spokeswoman for the California-based Trader Joe’s, said in an email that the company doesn’t say how many people it hires per store or expects to hire. She also said the company isn’t yet saying when its opening will be.


- Scott Nishimura


TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Trader Joe's hiring for Fort Worth store:


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

The comments to this entry are closed.


Category Cloud

Blog powered by TypePad
Member since 01/2007