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We’re one of the UK’s fastest-growing supermarket chains. We’ve just opened our 900th store and we plan to have 1,200 stores in the UK by 2025. (Not to mention our growing global presence.) But we know our success has only been possible thanks to our amazing Aldi colleagues. That's why we celebrate everyone's achievements, offer competitive pay and create great working environments. And that's how we've become a multi award-winning employer - but it's the least we can do. We know that our people make Aldi mean even more.

It’s been an incredible journey

Where are we?

Aldi is a discount retailer with global presence. We have over 6,520 stores across 11 countries and employ over 155,000 people. And in the UK and Ireland, we have anywhere from 50 to 100 stores in each region. So, we must be doing something right.

  • United Kingdom

  • Worldwide

  • Bathgate

    With our Scottish Distribution Centre opening in 2004, our store numbers have gone from strength to strength. We stock over 200 items in our Scottish stores that you won’t find in the UK. 25% of our product range is actually sourced in Scotland, with great products that include haggis and Scottish cod.

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  • Darlington

    Opening in 1995, Darlington is one of our most established regions. From Newcastle to York and Sunderland, we cover the entire North and North-East of England. 

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  • Bolton

    This region was opened as our second Distribution Centre back in 1991 based in Middleton, Manchester. It might cover the smallest geographical area, but it’s still incredibly busy due to the density of stores that opened in the City of Manchester and its surrounding areas. The Distribution Centre has recently relocated to Bolton in a brand-new purpose built site.

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  • Goldthorpe

    Opening in 2015, this region covers stores in the East Midlands and South Yorkshire. There are all kinds of opportunities in this area ranging from Warehouse Operations and Store Accounts, to Finance & Admin and Quality Control. It’s a mixed bag of delights to suit many different skills. We’d love to see where you’d fit in.

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  • Neston

    This region opened in 2006 and covers a vast area: Liverpool, the Western coastal areas and Cheshire. We even share responsibility for Wales, looking after the Northern part of the country.

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  • Sawley

    Our brand new Sawley Regional Distribution Centre is now open! From Skegness to Telford, Sawley will service Stores in the Midlands belt including Nottingham, Leicester and Derby. Please select Sawley if you are interested in an opportunity in this area.

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  • Atherstone

    We're rather fond of this region, as this is where it all began for Aldi in the UK. Our very first store opened in Stechford (Birmingham) on 5th April 1990. Our National Head Office functions, including IT, Corporate Responsibility, Buying and Central Finance & Administration, are also located on the Atherstone site.

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  • Cardiff

    In March 2017 we opened our brand new Cardiff Regional Distribution Centre. It looks after all of the stores in South Wales and the South West of England which are expanding rapidly. Please select Cardiff if you’re looking for a job in South Wales or the South West of England.

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  • Swindon

    The Swindon region opened in 1998 and hosts one of the most diverse set of stores in the country, stretching from the Cotswolds down to the seaside resorts of Bournemouth and the Isle of Wight, all the way over and up to the hustle and bustle of London. The region continues to open new stores all across the south of the UK, ensuring that every colleague has the opportunity to thrive within ALDI.

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  • Chelmsford

    Having opened in 2000, this region covers stores North of the River Thames up to the Norfolk coast, covering a broad geographic area across Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, and Essex. We’re planning even more expansion so even more customers will get to sample our delights. Please select Chelmsford if you’re looking for a job in North London or the East of England.

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  • Sheppey

    In March 2019 we opened our brand new Sheppey Regional Distribution Centre. It looks after stores South of the River Thames down to the South East coast, covering a rapidly expanding area across Surrey, Kent and Sussex. Please select Sheppey if you’re looking for a job in South London or the South East of England.

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  • Germany

    Back in 1961, the Albrecht brothers split the business into two groups: Aldi Nord (North) and Aldi Süd (South). The latter (which includes Aldi UK) consists of over 5,000 stores. Did you know that Aldi Süd was the first big retailer in Europe to ban eight pesticides that were found hazardous to bees?

    Germany
  • Austria

    We opened our doors in 1968. We’ve got 457 stores, 7 Distribution Centres and 9,073 employees. Plus, we have 237 home-grown organic products and environmentally friendly cleaning products in our range. And, as of the beginning of 2016, we’ve been operating entirely carbon-neutral.

    Austria
  • America

    In 1976, one year after our 500th Aldi South store opened, Aldi US officially launched. We now have 1,500 stores across 34 states, plus recent expansion into California. This is where we initially launched our new concept store called ‘Aldi Food Market’ with fresh food and extensive chilled ranges at the heart of the offer.

    America
  • Ireland

    As of 1999, we’ve been taking Ireland by storm. We’re committed to supporting Irish suppliers, with over half of our product range sourced locally. And they’ve proven a real hit, gaining a number of awards. Split into two regions – Naas and Mitchelstown – our RDCs service over 120 stores across the country.

    Ireland
  • Australia

    Opened in 2001, we’ve got 400 stores serviced by 6 Distribution Centres. 91% of Aldi Australia’s fresh fruit and veg are grown within the country. Now that’s some sustainable sourcing. We were also the first Australian supermarket to join the Supplier Ethical Data Exchange (Sedex) which ensures more ethical practices in our supply chain.

    Australia
  • Switzerland

    Opened in 2005, we’ve got 180 stores, 3 Distribution Centres and 2,410 employees. The first new store triggered a rush of bargain-hunters in one of the world’s most expensive countries. The car park at Altenrhein was full within 30 minutes!

    Switzerland
  • Slovenia

    Just like our Swiss stores, we opened in 2005. Although smaller in scale – we still have 78 stores, 1 Distribution Centre and 1,364 employees. The stores carry around 700 food lines, including typical Slovenian products.

    Slovenia
  • Hungary

    We threw our doors open in 2008, across 107 stores, 1 Distribution Centre and with the help of 1,883 employees. So far, we’ve won two ‘Superbrands’ awards (2014 and 2016). These awards recognise quality retailing in Hungary.

    Hungary
  • Hong Kong

    Not many people know we’re in Asia, but here we are. In 2012, we opened the Corporate Responsibility Unit Asia in Hong Kong. Not only does it realise our CR goals in the continent, it also helps to forge closer relationships with our suppliers.

    Hong Kong
  • Germany

    Back in 1961, the Albrecht brothers split the business into two groups: Aldi Nord (North) and Aldi Süd (South). The latter (which includes Aldi UK) consists of over 5,000 stores. Did you know that Aldi Süd was the first big retailer in Europe to ban eight pesticides that were found hazardous to bees?

Germany

Plenty to Polish

We work incredibly hard to do a great job for our people and our customers. Over the years, we’ve won all kinds of accolades and added many awards to our trophy cabinet.

Equality and Diversity

Aldi is committed to ensuring the equality of opportunity for all of our employees and job applicants. We value diversity above all else and are dedicated to treating all of our employees and prospective employees fairly and with respect. We do not discriminate and ensure that everyone is treated equally, in accordance with the law and as an individual, irrespective of age, gender reassignment, sex, disability, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation, marital or civil partnership status, part time or fixed term contract status, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief.

Aldi does not tolerate any form of harassment or bullying  under any circumstances. Our Equal Opportunities and Prevention of Discrimination policy forms part of the contractual obligations of all employees, and every employee has a responsibility to adhere to this policy. We strive to ensure that the working environment of all Aldi employees is free from harassment, bullying and discrimination.

If you have a disability, a learning difficulty, a medical condition or other need, which you feel may affect your performance in the selection process, we will endeavour to make reasonable adjustments to our processes. If you would like to request support with your application then please answer ‘yes’ to the following question on the application form ‘do you have a disability that may require us to make reasonable adjustments to the selection process’.

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Right to Work

Aldi is committed to ensuring the equality of opportunity for all of our employees and job applicants. We value diversity above all else and are dedicated to treating all of our employees and prospective employees fairly and with respect. We do not discriminate and ensure that everyone is treated equally.

The law requires us to ensure our employees have the right to work in the UK. Before commencing employment you must therefore provide original documents to prove your right to work. You will therefore be required to produce for inspection original documents dependent on your circumstances. These documents may include your passport or birth certificate, and where applicable a visa or Biometric Residence Permit.

Details of the documents you will need as well as further details regarding the checks employers carry out to ensure right to work can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/prove-right-to-work. During the recruitment process we will advise you when and where to provide the documents, and what information we will need to see. We thank you in advance for your cooperation with this legal requirement and for making an application to Aldi.

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