Wawa Looking To Hire 4,000+ Employees

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Wawa is launching a spring hiring campaign to hire over 4,000 new employees over the next three months. The local convenience store is looking to fill both customer service and management-level positions at all of the company’s 840+ stores over six states.

“At Wawa, part of our commitment to fulfilling lives means adding jobs for new associates, while also providing advancement opportunities for the more than 33,000 Wawa associates who are part of our team. That’s why we’re thrilled to kick-off this year’s spring hiring campaign and add a number of new members to our growing Wawa Family,” said Elizabeth Moore, Manager of Talent Acquisition & Diversity at Wawa. “As we look to fill these positions with people who have a strong passion for serving others, we’re looking for individuals who want to join our team for the busy summer season as well those who might be interested in the start of a fulfilling career at Wawa.”

Wawa will be hosting Hiring Events on March 27 and April 10 at select locations, some in the Ocean County area.

The Hiring Events will allow potential employees a first interview, and opportunities to learn more about Wawa’s unique culture and explore career opportunities.

Some Ocean County Wawa locations hosting the event:

  • March 27 and April 10: 902 Central Ave, Ship Bottom
  • March 27 and April 10: 1400 Route 72, Manahawkin
  • March 27 and April 10: 1166 Fischer Blvd, Toms River
  • March 27 and April 10: 320 Route 32 East, Manahawkin

Additional Hiring Events can be found at wawa.com.

Those interested in career opportunities at Wawa can apply online prior to the Hiring Event at wawa.com.

According to the company, Wawa associates enjoy competitive salaries, health benefits, flexible schedules and tuition reimbursement opportunities. Wawa’s employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) also helps associates to share directly in the growth of the company.

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