On Wednesday, September 8th and Thursday, September 9th from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m.,Walmart will be holding special hiring events to attract the best and brightest candidates at all supply chain locations. Interested applicants are invited to attend hiring events at the Washington Court House Distribution Center located at 1400 Old Chillicothe Rd SE.
The company will be filling a wide range of roles, including order fillers, freight handlers, lift drivers, technicians and management positions. These positions will be permanent roles and will be offered in both full- and part-time capacities. The average wage for supply chain associates is $20.37 per hour.
Walmart plans to hire 20,000 new associates across more than 250Walmartand Sam’s Club distribution centers (DCs), fulfillment centers (FCs) and transportation offices including facilities in Ohio.
At Walmart, what starts as a job has the potential to lead to a limitless and rewarding career. After all, the majority of Walmart managers started their careers in roles such as an order filler, and now have responsibility for leading a team of associates to ensure goods are received and shipped to stores and customers with the highest quality and service levels.
To help associates gain the experiences and skills needed for success in the jobs of today and tomorrow, Walmart has invested in associate development and growth opportunities, including opening six new Walmart Academies to support the supply chain business. Walmart Academies immerse associates in a training program that allows them to receive both classroom and DC/FC floor training in specialized supply chain skills and soft skills like leadership, communications and change management. In FY21,Walmart trained approximately 5,900 associates via the Walmart U.S. Supply Chain Academy, including in-person and virtual trainings.
In addition to job-focused training at Walmart Academies, we also encourage associates to pursue further education with Live Better U. This year, Walmart announced that it would pay 100% of the cost of tuition and books for Live Better U – allowing Supply Chain associates to achieve bachelor’s degrees debt-free.