H-E-B is looking to hire about 700 employees each for their Frisco and Plano stores according to a Dallas Morning News article which says,
“H-E-B still hasn’t said when its Frisco and Plano stores will open, but it’s having a hiring day Saturday in Frisco.
The company says it needs to hire 700 people for each store. That’s twice the average number of employees at a Walmart Supercenter.
The San Antonio-based grocer, which has annual sales of $34 billion, has confirmed that the Frisco store will open first. The hiring needs are enormous in a tight job market. The May unemployment rate was 4.3% in Dallas-Fort Worth, 4.2% in Texas and 3.6% in the U.S.”
Positions for both full-time and part-time roles are open at all levels across the store according to a WFAA article. They say,
“Positions are open are all levels; both full- and part-time roles across the store, including in the bakery, deli, produce, seafood and checkout lanes, the company said. The job fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at an H-E-B staffing office at 11955 Dallas Parkway in Frisco.
The Frisco store, located at Legacy Drive and Main Street, is set to open this fall. H-E-B also has stores under construction in Plano and McKinney.
H-E-B hourly roles start at $15 for most positions, and they include a 10% employee discount, a stock and 401(k) plan, paid time off and health insurance.”
Interested applicants may check here for online applications. Applicants can also text “metro” to 8-1931 for a list of available positions.