Aldi Ireland to create 340 new store roles before Christmas

Retailer has already opened five new stores in 2023



30 August 2023

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Aldi is set to create 340 jobs in its stores across Ireland between now and the busy Christmas period, the retailer has announced.

Now operating 160 stores in the country, Aldi currently employs 4,650 people nationwide.

This year Aldi has opened new stores in Adamstown, Cabra, Ballyhaunis, Athenry and Kanturk as the retailer continues to invest in the rollout of its ambitious expansion plans for Dublin and the West of Ireland.

The jobs are available across the country with 79 open vacancies in Dublin, 72 in Cork, 25 in Mayo, 22 in Galway, 77 in Kerry, 15 in Kildare, in addition to vacancies around the country.

The new recruits will join the 4,650-strong Aldi team in Ireland and will benefit from a competitive package including market leading pay, access to dedicated employee benefits and wellbeing supports, in addition to career progression opportunities.

Recruitment is currently underway and Aldi is keen to fill all positions as soon as possible as the company continues to open new stores and sees an increase in customer demand across its existing store network, while the retailer prepares for the busy Christmas period. Vacancies include both roles at new stores and filling existing vacancies.

“Aldi has continued to grow in 2023 and to invest in new stores, and now we’re looking for hundreds more colleagues to join our incredible teams across the country ahead of Christmas,” said Brian O’Shea, HR director at Aldi Ireland.

“Working at Aldi means a great working environment and real opportunities to progress within the business and we look forward to welcoming even more people to be a part of our team and our success in the future.”

Interested applicants can apply for open vacancies through



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