Home Depot is looking to fill 500 full- and part-time positions in Southern California as the home improvement retailer gears up for its busy spring season.
Openings are available in customer service, sales, store support, freight operations and merchandising.
The company didn’t reveal what the various positions pay, but data from Indeed.com show Home Depot merchandisers in California earn $16.24 an hour, while sales associates make $15.96 and warehouse workers are paid $18.37 an hour.
Job seekers are encouraged to apply online at careers.homedepot.com. The company will also hold a Virtual Spring Career Day event on Thursday, March 16. Attendees will hear from current employees to get a better idea of the various jobs that are available, as well as Home Depot’s company culture and benefits.
Openings are available in customer service, sales, store support, freight operations and merchandising. (Photo courtesy of Home Depot) Home Depot offers a range of health and personal benefits, including tuition reimbursement, a performance-based cash bonus program, paid family leave, back-up dependent care, a 401(k) savings plan and a discounted company stock purchase program.
Over the last three years, Home Depot workers have received more than $1.5 billion in Success Sharing awards, the company said.
Home Depot said 90% of its store leadership started as hourly employees.
Home Depot is the world’s largest home improvement retailer with approximately 500,000 employees and more than 2,300 stores throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The company generated $157.4 billion in revenue in 2022.
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