Dot Foods, Inc. is seeking applicants for 50 positions at its distribution center in Bear this spring and summer.
“Chances are that over the last year, you’ve used many products that have passed through a Dot warehouse,” said Nakishia Bailey, human resources manager for Delaware. “It may have been supplies for a take-out order, food from a restaurant, or items you picked up at your favorite grocery store. Our essential warehouse workers and drivers kept the supplies stocked, and with rapid growth on top of the country reopening, we now need additional essential workers to meet the ever-increasing demand.”
Successful warehouse applicants can earn up to $24.25 an hour.
“Many people are out of work due to the pandemic,” added Bailey. “We are fortunate to see our business growing, allowing us to also grow our workforce this year. We have careers available in our warehouse and for truck drivers, both with some of the best pay in the region.”
Those interested in learning more about these positions may apply online atdotfoodscareers.com/now-hiring.
Dot opened its distribution center in Bear, Delaware, just a year ago, just before the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The event is slated for Tuesday from 2 to 6 p.m. at Dot’s distribution center at 401 American Blvd, Bear.
Dot Foods, Inc. carries 134,000 products from 1,000 food industry manufacturers, making it the largest food industry redistributor in North America. Through Dot Transportation Inc., an affiliate of Dot Foods, the company distributes foodservice, convenience, retail and vending products to distributors in all 50 states and 39 countries. Dot Foods operates 12 U. S. distribution centers.