It feels brilliant to be part of a business that does things its own way and achieves fantastic results while doing so. That’s how you’ll feel as a Stock Assistant with Aldi.
It’s a really fast paced environment, so there’s certainly no risk of getting bored. And everyone here understands exactly what needs to happen to make their store a success – and gets on with doing it. But the team is fairly small, so if you’re not contributing it will soon show.
Time will fly by as you work hard to keep stock losses to a minimum, help out with inventory counting, check off deliveries and ensure the shelves are fully stocked with attractive, well presented products. And, of course, you’ll provide excellent customer service at all times by attending to customer needs in a prompt and friendly way.
You’ll get £9.50 per hour. If you're in London, you'll get £11.07. Not too shabby.
You name it, you get it. (Well, within reason.) But from healthcare benefits and parental leave, to a whole range of lifestyle perks, it’s all on offer.
You’ll work between 15 - 30 hours a week, and there’s mixture of shifts available.
Questions such as "What hours are you looking for?" will help us see if you're right for the opportunities we have. Once you've submitted your application, our hiring managers will screen your answers.
This might involve a short video interview followed by a group or individual interview with an Area Manager where you’ll be asked a series of questions and scenarios relating to the job role you have applied for.
Following a successful interview you will be invited to take part in the 'Aldi Store Experience' where you'll get the chance to observe the different tasks that you would be expected to complete in role.
Ready to be part of a close-knit team? Ready to help customers in any way you can?
Then it’s time to apply and become an Aldi Store Assistant.
We’re growing so quickly, we’re always on the lookout for new store colleagues. You can find all the vacancies near you, register your interest and apply further down the page.
You’ll need to be comfortable with numbers. But other than that, this is about having a friendly personality, a ‘get-on-with-it’ attitude and a passion for the business.
It can be tough in the store, and lots of different challenges will come your way. We need to know you can handle the Aldi challenge, and that you’re great at dealing with people. After all, you’ll always support the team and put your customers first. So you’ll need to show us that you can be a reliable team member, happy to help out whenever possible.
You’ll receive a structured training programme that suits you. It normally lasts around 6 weeks and involves all kinds of activities. While learning from experienced colleagues – who will take you under their wing – you’ll also be supported by our ‘CheckPoints’ structured training programme and E-Learning Portal. Both your Store Manager and Assistant Store Manager will be closely involved.
Where possible, you’ll be trained in your local area.
You’ll receive constant feedback on your performance throughout your training, from your Store Manager and your Area Manager. But it’s a two-way thing. You’ll also have plenty of opportunity to offer your own thoughts and perspective on your development.
Not necessarily. However, while your store will be local, travelling by public transport may not always be reliable or convenient. And it’s always a big help if you can provide cover in other local stores.
It’s simple really. We believe our people are the best in the retail business. Compared with other supermarkets, our teams are smaller and the job involves a much wider range of activities. Our store colleagues work hard, they’re flexible, they use their initiative… at the end of the day, they deserve every penny.
It depends on the store size but you’ll normally work with between 25 and 60 colleagues.
Stock Assistants work between 15 and 30 hours a week, depending on the type of part-time contract that suits you and the store. But you can work more than that when extra hours are available. The Store Manager will draw up the rota 4 weeks in advance and your work patterns will reflect the needs of the store. While we expect you to be flexible, we also try and accommodate your needs.
No - Aldi employees are not and have never been classed as self employed.