BALTIMORE (WJZ) — With countless restaurants and businesses in Maryland and beyond temporarily closing their doors due to the coronavirus pandemic, more and more people are relying on delivery services for meals and essential products.
That’s resulted in a number of service and delivery-based businesses needing more workers.
Here are some of the companies hiring for temporary or part-time work:
7-Eleven: 7-Eleven is hiring due to increased demand. For more information on jobs, click here.
Amazon: Amazon is hiring for 100,000 open jobs, including a number of temporary openings. For more information, click here.
Brightview Senior Living: A variety of jobs ranging from nurses to housekeepers and chefs are available. Click here for more.
Domino’s: Domino’s in the Baltimore area is looking for part-time drivers and managers. For more information, contact recruiter Faber Calvo at Faber.Calvo@Dominos.com or click here.
Giant Foods: Giant has “an abundance” of jobs open, including full-time and part-time jobs, a hiring specialist with the company said. For more, click here.
H&S Bakery: H&S Bakery is hiring at least 50 new temporary and full-time employees due to increased demand. People who are interested should email HR@nefoods.com.
Holly Poultry, Inc.: Holly Poultry, Inc. is hiring as well for a variety of different positions. Resumes can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Imperfect Foods: Imperfect Foods is hiring operations associates and delivery drivers in Baltimore. Apply here.
Papa John’s: Papa John’s is hiring up to 20,000 new workers nationwide. For more information, click here.
Safeway: The grocery store chain is hiring at least 1,000 employees around the DMV and Delaware area. Apply online at Safeway.com/careers or inquire with the Store Director at your local Safeway.
Sprouts Farmers Market: Sprouts Farmers Market is hiring for more than 110 jobs at stores in Maryland. For more information, click here.
Walmart: Walmart plans to hire 150,000 new employees by the end of May to work in stores and distribution centers. The jobs are expected to be temporary but could become permanent. For more information, click here.
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