Mercadona is looking for staff to work two days a week (Friday and Sunday) with salaries of 497 euros per month. This new job offer is part of the more than eighty jobs that the Valencian capital distribution chain has offered this Monday.

Vacancies are found in work centers in the provinces of Álava, Barcelona, ​​Asturias, Navarra, Balearic Islands and León. The offer for working days of fifteen hours a week divided between Friday and Sunday is in the logistics block of the Leon town of Villadangos del Páramo. The company is looking for waiters for the process of maturation and selection of bananas and bananas.

Candidates must prove a minimum qualification equivalent to Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO). The contracts in this case are temporary and the salary amounts to about five hundred gross per month.

This modality is added to others implemented this year by the company that presides over Juan Roig as part-time to fill vacancies for the new section of home-made take-away meals or the night shift aimed at replenishers for the 1,626 supermarkets that the company has all of Spain.

Apart from the places for work two days a week in the morning or afternoon shifts, Mercadona has posted vacancies for valets in its logistic block in Vitoria. Specifically, there are fifty jobs available with fixed contracts and salaries that start from 1,328 euros at the time of joining the company to 1,800 euros gross to the fourth year. Also in the Alava capital, Mercadona seeks twenty people to work in its supermarkets with permanent contracts and identical salary conditions.


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