How To Apply For Jobs At Shoprite Stores


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Shoprite is one of South Africa's best-known retailers, and the Shoprite Group offers many career opportunities in their stores and offices. Here is how you can apply for a Shoprite job.


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Who Is The Shoprite Group?

Shoprite is a leading South African supermarket chain that operates in various countries in Africa. The company was founded in 1979 in Cape Town, South Africa, and has since expanded to operate over 2,800 stores in 15 African countries.

In South Africa, Shoprite operates over 600 stores, making it the country's largest supermarket chain. The company offers a wide range of products, including groceries, fresh produce, household items and clothing. Shoprite stores are typically large, well-stocked and offer competitive pricing. In addition to its retail operations, Shoprite also operates a number of other businesses in South Africa, including a mobile network service, financial services and furniture stores. The group also runs the Checkers chain, and the Checkers Hyper stores.

The Shoprite Group is always looking to grow their team, whether it be in your local store or in their corporate offices.

Shoprite Vacancies

Shoprite offers a variety of job opportunities across its many stores and business operations in South Africa. Some of the typical job positions available at Shoprite include; store manager, assistant store manager, department manager, cashier, shelf-packer, butcher, baker, deli assistant, customer services representative, merchandiser, logistics coordinator, driver, accountant, human resources officer and marketing coordinator.

These are just a few examples of the types of jobs available at Shoprite. The company also offers various entry-level positions for students, graduates and job-seekers looking to gain experience in the retail industry. Additionally, Shoprite offers training and development programmes for employees to help them advance in their careers within the company.

How To Apply For Shoprite Jobs

If you're looking for a career in one of Shoprite's stores, you can choose one of the following means of application:

  1. There is an online application process to get a job at Shoprite stores. This online application will ask you for your ID number and personal information such as your name and contact details. You will also be asked questions like where you live, which stores you would like to work in and how much retail experience you have.

  2. Dial *120*446# and follow the prompts (Network rates apply)

  3. Hand deliver your CV to one of Shoprite's Recruitment Centres, found in Cape Town, Johannesburg or Pretoria.

To work in a Shoprite store, you will need the following:

  • A South African ID

  • Be able to work retail hours, including weekends and Public Holidays

  • A minimum qualification of Grade 10-12 (or equivalent)

  • Shoprite Group reserves the right to conduct Employee Verification Checks, including but not limited to Criminal and Credit Checks

If you haven't heard back within 30 days, your application was unsuccessful.

The Shoprite Group will never require any candidate to pay a fee when applying for a position within the Group. Anyone requesting such a fee is not doing so on behalf of the Shoprite Group and is not operating with their knowledge or consent.

Shoprite is known for its commitment to social responsibility and community development. The company has a number of initiatives aimed at promoting sustainable business practices, supporting local communities and improving access to education and healthcare.

Overall, Shoprite is a well-established and respected brand in South Africa and across the African continent, and continues to be a major player in the retail industry.

For more information on the jobs available, you can visit our Work Opportunities Section.

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