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Mercadona launches its largest job offer of the year

Mercadona published last week (from September 30 to October 6) the largest job offer of the year, with temporary jobs for the winter campaign with a monthly salary of 1,328 euros gross and 1,800 at 5,800 euros in the case of Fixed jobs

In total, Mercadona has offered 350 vacancies distributed among twenty-two Spanish provinces, with the aim of strengthening its permanent workforce, which already amounts to 86,000 workers throughout the national territory.

These new job offers for qualified personnel offer salaries that start from 45,000 to 69,000 euros gross (5,800 per month) for positions of people in charge of logistics blocks and computer innovation in the province of Valencia or doctors in Lleida.

However, most of the offers focus on supermarket staff, delivery people and maintenance operators. These works start from a salary of 1,328 euros until reaching 1,800 gross in the fourth year of permanence.

For the supermarket staff the only academic requirement is the title of Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO). For weekend jobs with a fixed contract, Mercadona is looking for university students to be promoted later in the company. Regarding the positions of maintenance personnel, a Professional Training (FP) qualification is required.

Fixed contracts are offered in the cities of Madrid capital, Valdemoro, Belartza, Ceuta, Sabiñánigo, Leioa, Éibar, Jaca, Berga, Manresa, Vic, Tona, Tarragona, Cehegín, Huesca, Aviles, Sant Feliu de Llobregat and Rubí.

Aragon, Extremadura and Andalusia are, together with the Community of Madrid and Catalonia, the autonomies in which Mercadona has today greater staff needs, according to ABC. Temporary contracts are offered in the provinces of Huelva, Almería, Jaén, Córdoba, Badajoz, Cáceres, Lérida and Huesca.

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