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November 30, 2009 at 7:48 pm #31252Learnist CareersParticipant
Aldi Application Form
Aldi has over 7,000 stores all over the world and they are planning an expansion of their stores throughout Europe, Australia and North America. Before Aldi opens up a store location they study the logistics of the area and decide where the best cities are to put one of their stores. They have had a high success rate and they are one of the best companies to work for.
Aldi is looking for not just book smart employees but people who have excelled in their own lives. Aldi is one of the most sought after jobs in the United Kingdom. Of the top 100 Graduate Employers in the United Kingdom, Aldi currently rates number 4 and they are striving for number 1 everyday. Aldi has many great job opportunities available, they are hiring for Store Managers, Assistant Store Managers and Store Assistants. Find your local Aldi and ask them if they have any job vacancies available.
Some of requirement needs to work at Aldi, is that you have to have a good degree and a minimum of 2:1. Aldi wants you to think about it for a second for handing in your application. You will need plenty of energy to work here as well as a commitment as well as the ambition to face any challenge that you will face here.
You must have a strong work ethic, training will be demanding and it will require a lot of flexibility and effort. On the Aldi website there is a link under the Have You Got What It Takes button, the link is for a Self Evaluation Tool, take this test and see if you really are Aldi material. If so, head over to the Apply Online and start the application process.
At Aldi, weâ€™re always on the look out for people who can make a difference. After all, itâ€™s only by investing in the right individuals that weâ€™re able to continue growing at such an exciting rate. If you want to join in our success, just follow these three simple steps.
With a company of this caliber and seeing from the strict guidelines they require to hire the right people. The interview process is very intense. You will want to make sure that you are on time and dress for success. Draft a CV and a cover letter to bring to the interview. Make sure that the CV looks professional. Do not embellish your CV or any experience that you donâ€™t have in order to get the job.
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When you are lucky enough to be hired by Aldi, you will go through a well executed Graduate Job Training Programme. You will start right away and this program will start with everything from how to the store operates to the financial administration section of the business. The company will provide a schedule that you will follow you for the first year of the job. You have a schedule of which department you will train in and what you will be learning.
The salary as a Manager after you have completed the Graduate Job Training Programme is Â£40K and after 4 years it will increase to Â£65K. You will have a pension scheme as well as private healthcare, life assurance and a 5-week holiday schedule. Your progress is very carefully and when you are ready, your job will allow you to take over 4 to 6 stores. How much more successful do you want to be? This is a great place to get started.
Related: Aldi SalaryMarch 20, 2010 at 1:42 pm #34020AnonymousGuest
my name is shahid, i am intrested to get a job in ur company, shilfing or nights jobs . so how i can apply boc i need a job. thxApril 3, 2010 at 8:56 pm #34021AnonymousGuest
Would like to apply for this vacancy! Where abouts can I apply for this one? 🙂April 13, 2010 at 6:24 pm #34022AnonymousGuest
hello i am elegant worker
i need a part time job i like aldi i am pupil 20 pls send me detail/offerApril 18, 2010 at 5:49 pm #34023AnonymousGuest
HELLO SIR,I HAVE SOME EXPERIENCES TO WORK IN UK.NOW I AM LOOKING FOR A GOOD JOB.CAN I HAVE TRIAL THEN U DECIDE THATY U NEED ME OR NOTApril 19, 2010 at 4:39 pm #34024AnonymousGuest
I know Aldi is seeking for a assistants for 20-30 hrs per week in Aldi Shop on 2 Salop Street, Merseyside
Liverpool L4 4BZMay 25, 2010 at 4:31 pm #34025AnonymousGuest
i am intrested in this job…June 16, 2010 at 7:46 am #34026AnonymousGuest
how do i download?June 30, 2010 at 4:28 pm #34027Learnist CareersParticipant
good luck with Aldi guysMay 14, 2012 at 11:39 pm #34028AnonymousGuest
I have a question. Two month ago I had interview in Aldi and I failed =( I applied by internet and I would like do this once again – not today, not tomorrow, but soon. And my question is: when my application will expire? Somebody know that? Is it ever will expire? I was thinking whether to go to them with a CV but do not know do I still have a chance.
Someone tried to apply once again?February 15, 2013 at 8:02 pm #34029AnonymousGuest
Anyone wanting to work in Aldi should go and check out their website. I’m sure there’s lots of helpful information about applying. There may be a group interview at first if you’re successful with the application to start with.June 21, 2016 at 12:59 pm #34030AnonymousGuest
Aldi Interviews are interesting and so is the process, we know as we advertise their jobs.
For general applications its all about the data and information on the form… Include as much ‘personality’ as possible but don’t waffle, as the reviewing manager has been trained to look for this!
For graduates the process is initially paper based, then followed by a personal video. this is then progressed to face to face interviews if you succeed. Aldi are all about the person and how they work… Not just ticking boxes!
Check our top interview tips and latest vacancies: http://www.ourjobsrock.co.uk
We can also help with free interview advice through our Twitter forum. #ourjobsrock
I hope that this helps 🙂
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