JOB FAIRS: Who’s hiring in southern Arizona

JOB FAIRS: Who’s hiring in southern Arizona
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TUCSON, AZ (KOLD News 13) - With many of our neighbors out of work because of the coronavirus outbreak, KOLD News 13 has put together a list of companies hiring in southern Arizona.

This story will be updated as we receive information from employers or agencies. If you know of any opportunities not listed here, please email us at desk@kold.com.


Prestige Care: Hiring personal care attendants

Prestige is hiring personal care attendants that demonstrate core values of respect, integrity, commitment and trust. These team members will help deliver high-quality care that is tailored the needs and choices of the Prestige Care community, and work with full-time staff to ensure that everyone is treated with the dignity and respect they deserve. More info HERE.


Walgreens: Hiring 9,500

Walgreens says it is looking to hire more than 9,500 workers.

The company reported they are looking to hire full-time, part-time and temporary workers. Positions they need to fill include customer service associates, pharmacy technicians and shift leads.

Walgreens says it plans to fill part of its wanted workforce by hiring furloughed workers from hotel chains.

Interested candidates can get more information at https://jobs.walgreens.com/


Albertsons and Safeway: Hiring 1,000 delivery drivers, in-store employees

The two supermarket chains are offering 1,000 openings in Arizona to help meet the increasing needs of customers in the area, according to a news release. To apply, visit albertsonscompanies.com or ask to speak with a store director of a local market.

Starting March 24, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., hiring managers will be on site at all Arizona stores. Any prospective employees can interview with human resources representatives and should bring and up-to-date resume.


Sprouts Farmers Market: Hiring more than 350 across Arizona

Sprouts Farmers Market is looking to fill more than 350 roles across stores in Arizona. Additionally, Sprouts’ Phoenix Store Support office, and Glendale distribution center have 30 open jobs.

Positions range from hourly part-time roles to core management roles.

All interested candidates may apply either at sprouts.com/careers or by texting the word “careers” to 480-800-8056. We are not encouraging walk-in applications at this time.


Walmart: Plans to hire 150,000

Walmart plans to hire 150,000 U.S. hourly workers for its stores and distribution centers through the end of May.

“This initiative is aimed at helping put Americans to work, while helping Walmart better serve customers during this time of increased demand,” the company said in a press release Thursday.

The roles will be temporary at first but many will convert to permanent jobs, said Walmart spokesman Dan Bartlett. The company also stated they will reaching out to other industry groups affected by the pandemic to “to facilitate temporary roles that can be a bridge for their employees during this difficult time.”

Anyone interested in applying should do so at careers.walmart.com.


Domino’s: Hiring 10,000 to meet increased demand

Pizza delivery giant Domino’s is looking to hire 10,000 workers to meet increased demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The chain needs to fill positions in stores and factories, including chefs, customer service representatives and managers.

Job seekers can apply on the company’s website HERE.


UCP of Southern Arizona: Ongoing

UCPSA is currently looking to fill the following positions:

  • Behavior Health Technicians
  • Direct Care Workers
  • Job Coaches

The local nonprofit UCP of Southern Arizona has an on-going need for caring compassionate staff to provide non-medical, in-home supports to the elderly and people with all types of disabilities. The mission of UCPSA is to provide care that enables individuals to remain independent in their own home and community. Additionally, UCPSA has specialty departments. ASCEND is a program that offers Applied Behavior Analysis services to individuals with autism. WorkAbility is a program which provides individualized training and employment for people with disabilities.

Flexible schedules, full and part time positions are available as well as positions all over Tucson and surrounding areas. Applicants must be 18 years of age and have the ability to obtain a Class One Fingerprint Clearance Card. Applicants can apply on-line at www.ucpsa.org or visit 630 N. Craycroft Road.

For more information, please contact the UCPSA office in Tucson at 520-795-3108.


McDonald’s: Ongoing

McDonald’s has made it easy for users of Alexa and Google Assistant to begin the application process. Starting a job application can be as simple as saying, “Alexa, help me get a job at McDonald’s,” or, “OK Google, help me get a job at McDonald’s.”

The voice experience is available on Alexa and Google Assistant devices in the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain and the U.K., and is expected to roll out to other countries in the coming months.

After opening McDonald’s Apply Thru, all users need to jump-start their application process is answer a few basic questions ranging from their name, job area of interest and location. Potential applicants will receive a short text message shortly thereafter with a link to continue their application process.

To learn more about Made at McDonald’s, please visit mcdonalds.com/made.


Amazon hires for Tucson Fulfillment Center: Ongoing

Amazon is now hiring more than 1,500 people in Pima County for the Tucson Fulfillment Center.

Candidates can apply online HERE for full-time and flexible part-time positions.


JCPenney: Ongoing

Available customer service and support positions include cashier, replenishment specialist, SEPHORA inside JCPenney beauty consultant and more. JCPenney offers seasonal associates a full associate discount up to 25 percent, as well as flexible holiday scheduling. They are also seeking experienced stylists.

Highly experienced stylists can also take advantage of flexible scheduling with no booth rental fees. JCPenney salon stylists enjoy perks such as paid artistic training, health benefits for full-time stylists, paid time off and 401K eligibility.

Interested locals at all skill levels are encouraged to apply in store using the JCPenney Applicant Kiosk, or online by visiting https://jobs.jcp.com and searching for “seasonal” jobs in their market. Those candidates hired as seasonal associates have the opportunity to be hired as permanent associates, as needed on a store-by-store basis.

To interview a local JCPenney general manager or for more information, please contact: JCPenney Corporate Communications & Public Relations at 972-431-3400 or jcpnews@jcp.com


Wingstop: Hiring immediately

Wingstop is immediately hiring workers in Tucson. They offer competitive pay and bonus potential to employees. Training is paid and interviews are being conducted immediately.

Applicants can apply online at https://www.wingstop.com/employment and then select Franchise Restaurant Careers.


Nova Home Loans: Over 100 open positions

NOVA® Home Loans is recruiting for over 100 open positions across Southern Arizona, Maricopa County, and other regions.

NOVA® Home Loans has built a strong reputation for providing exceptional service to our customers. NOVA® Home Loans' ability to serve its clients has helped us grow from two employees at one location to nearly 800 employees at 20 locations across Arizona, Colorado, California and Nevada.

Become part of a team of loan professionals committed to professional excellence and a strong desire to serve the needs of homeowners and homebuyers. Interested candidates may review all open positions and apply at www.joinnovahomeloans.com.

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