Need A J-O-B ?
The effects of the Coronavirus are starting to show up everywhere and today's jobs report showed that 3.3 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits as a matter of fact these are the worst jobless claims data in history. Personally I've had friends who have lost jobs in the last week due to the economic ramifications of COVID-19. The good news is that there are several companies that are actually hiring through all of this madness. Here is a list I found on ktvb that includes potential places of employment in the Treasure Valley.
Albertsons is hiring in-store employees and workers. According to their website, the grocery chain had 98 openings in Idaho as of Thursday. Some of the positions included grocery clerks, delivery drivers, warehouse clerk and driver, meat cutters, cake decorators and numerous managerial jobs. There were 70 jobs available within 20 miles of Boise.
According to KING 5 in Seattle, Amazon announced changes to its supply chain amidst a sharp increase in online orders. Shipping on non-essential items will be prioritized lower than items like food and cleaning supplies and the company is currently in the process of hiring 100,000 delivery drivers, warehouse workers and grocery shoppers. The average pay is $17 an hour through April. Employees do receive benefits.
On March 23, CVS announced plans to fill 50,000 full-time, part-time and temporary roles across the country.
The positions include store associates, home delivery drivers, distribution center employees, and member/customer service professionals.
Dollar Tree is hiring 25,000 employees to support its stores and warehouses during the coronavirus pandemic.
Along with the increase in online shopping and restaurant take-out, there is a need for delivery drivers to bring goods to customers. Many of these services now offer no-contact deliveries to comply with social distancing measures. Food delivery services like DoorDash are hiring contractors to pick up and deliver food. Other services include Postmates, UberEats, and GrubHub.
Clerk positions are available at Fred Meyer locations in Idaho and other Northwest communities.
The company is also looking to hire people to stock shelves and says immediate positions are available.
Those who are interested in applying can visit Fred Meyer's website.
According to the company’s website, Walgreens said it was looking to fill roughly 9,500 existing full and part-time roles in stores across the U.S.
The primary roles they’re looking to fill include customer service associates (CSAs), pharmacy technicians and shift leads.
Walmart’s President and CEO John Furner announced last week that the retail giant is looking to hire more than 150,000 hourly associates in the U.S. through the end of May to work in stores, clubs, distribution centers and fulfillment centers.
WinCo Foods is hiring cashiers, janitors and workers for their deli and bakery.
Go to the company’s website for more information and to fill out an application.