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Aldi Plans to Offer 500 Apprenticeship Positions in 2024

Aldi, the UK’s fourth-largest supermarket, aims to hire more than 500 new apprentices throughout the UK in 2024.

The supermarket is currently accepting applications for its apprenticeship program, providing opportunities in stores, buying, logistics, and HGV driver roles.

Aldi has recently increased pay rates for all store and warehouse colleagues, with some apprenticeship roles seeing a pay rise of up to 37%. For instance, a store apprentice at Aldi can earn £8.44 per hour in the first year, increasing to £11.83 per hour in the third year, with paid breaks. Meanwhile, those in logistics and driver roles can earn £10.96 and £14.13 per hour, respectively.

Successful applicants will have the chance to earn industry-recognized qualifications while working and will be eligible for additional benefits, including various shopping discounts, a bike-to-work scheme, and a new option for free mortgage advice and mortgage education.

This apprenticeship initiative is part of Aldi’s broader expansion plan, with the supermarket having created 6,000 new roles across the UK last year.

Lisa Murphy, Learning and Development Director at Aldi UK, expressed, “We are seeking hardworking and motivated individuals to strengthen our Aldi team. By joining our apprenticeship scheme, individuals will become experts in their role and receive comprehensive skills training at one of the fastest-growing retailers in the country.

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