Food City To Hold Career Fair On April 24

Monday, April 15, 2019

Food City will be hosting a company-wide career fair on Wednesday, April 24to include hiring for both full-time and part-time positions.

Food City plans to hire over 750 additional friendly, smiling faces to work in key customer and food service positions at store locations throughout our market area. The positions include both entry-level and experienced/skilled positions, such as meat cutter, cake decorator and retail management.

Food City is a local, family owned and operated company with lots of growth activity and offers a generous benefits package to our associates, including competitive salaries, comprehensive training, healthcare coverage with medical and dental plans, 401(k) with a 3% company match, vacation accrual, vision coverage, company paid life and disability plans and Employee Stock Ownership Plan.  In addition to these great benefits, Food City also offers advancement opportunities to associates who wish to progress within a growing company. 

Interested candidates can apply online at FoodCity.com or visit any Food City location to complete an employment application. 


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Circuit Court Judge Justin C. Angel has been selected to serve as president of the 12th Judicial District Bar Association. The 12th District is comprised of Rhea, Bledsoe, Sequatchie, Marion, ... (click for more)

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The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce announces the Leadership Chattanooga class of 2019-20. “I see Leadership Chattanooga growing more diverse each year, representing the growing diversity ... (click for more)


Business

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Pilot.com To Locate Account Management Headquarters In Nashville

Pilot.com plans to create more than 450 new jobs in the Nashville area over the next 5 years Company was founded in San Francisco in 2017 NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Pilot.com, Inc. announced Tuesday that the company will locate its new account management headquarters in Nashville, ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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Opinion

Thank You, Commissioners

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