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Here are some basic tips to keep in mind as you create your online profile
and apply for jobs with us.

Jobs available to current employees.

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1. Be Friendly

We’re the friendliest store in town, so we’re looking for the friendliest people to join our team.

2. Be Flexible

We are a retail grocery chain. That means we’re open seven days a week, from early morning to late at night, including most holidays.

3. Be Focused

Only apply for jobs that:
  • You are interested in
  • You are qualified for
  • Are at stores where you’re willing to work

4. Be a Good Candidate

  • Read and understand all job qualifications
  • Tell us your compelling story with a complete profile and your resume

Jobs in Oregon and Washington.

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Jobs at our San Jose, California store.

NOTE: This opens the career site of our sister company, New Leaf Community Markets.

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Jobs available to current employees.

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New Seasons Market Slabtown Job Fair

Tuesday, May 12th, 11am – 4pm
New Seasons Market Store Support at Washington High School
1300 Stark St, Suite 401, Portland, OR 97214

The Friendliest Store in Town will soon be opening in Northwest Portland. That means we’re looking for exceptionally friendly people to join our team—either at Slabtown or at our other locations. Build your online profile ahead of time, and attach a résumé, at newseasonsmarket.com/work-with-us.

At our job fair, you’ll have an opportunity to meet Slabtown’s department managers, and learn more about opportunities in the following departments:

  • Grocery
    Prepared Foods
    Cheese
    Meat & Seafood
    Homegoods
    Promotions
    Front End
    Overnight Freight
    Floral
    Housekeeping
    Wellness
    Beer & Wine
    Produce
    Bakery
    Operations
New Seasons Market is an equal opportunity employer, and the diversity of our workforce reflects the communities we serve. We’re also a local company with great benefits and progressive policies. Taking care of our customers, our coworkers and our communities is good business sense and good common sense. If you agree, we’d love to meet you.
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