Do you need a job? Of course you do. The new Fresh Market is looking to hire 80 to 90 employees to fill its new store coming to Delray Beach next year.
The positions range from assistant grocery managers to specialists, bakers, meat cutters, and seafood specialists. To apply, first visit the Fresh Market website and fill out an online application. The next step is to go to the career open house at the Marriott Hotel in Delray Beach on Wednesday between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. where applicants will be set up with an on-site interview by a member of the hiring team. If anyone needs help applying online, he or she can always visit one of three One-Stop Careers in the county. Merry Christmas.
The new Fresh Market is a part of Delray Place, a brand-new shopping center coming to 1801 S. Federal Highway. Construction for the $30 million project has already begun and is slated for opening in the fall of 2014.
The project was approved by the Delray Beach City Commission last July after a year and a half of deliberations.
The property is being developed by Retail Property Group, which specializes in "developing, renovating, leasing and managing retail properties" in South Florida for long-term investment. The new shopping plaza is widely seen as the first step in the revitalization of that portion of South Federal Highway.
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