Lidl Beginning to Hire Workers for South Jersey Stores

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As Lidl, a discount German grocer, is in the final stages of constructing stores across South Jersey, the hiring process for new workers begins.

Landis Avenue in Vineland is likely to be the first location of the supermarket open in the Delaware Valley, while the company finalizes plans in Camden, Burlington, Atlantic, and Gloucester counties. 

Available positions at the company range from manager to associates. 

In Camden County, residents in Cherry Hill can expect to see Lidl open in the spring of 2018 — at the corner of Route 38 and Cuthbert Boulevard, next to Wawa.

There are also plans in place to open several locations in Gloucester Township: on Berlin-Cross Keys Road, and Commerce Plaza II on Blackwood-Clementon Road.

Plans have been approved for locations in Gloucester and Burlington counties, but no word on when construction would begin. However, the sites for the stores have been made public: 1800 Mount Holly Road, adjacent to ShopRite (Burlington County), and in the former Acme location on Woodbury-Glassboro Road in Mantua.

Cumberland County is set to get another Lidl location in Millville on the 2100 Block of North 2nd Street sometime in 2018.

As of right now, no plans have been set to open locations in Salem or Cape May counties.

Officials with the grocery chain encourage people to apply for future positions at

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