SpartanNash looking to fill 1,000 jobs

Open jobs include baristas, personal shoppers, deli clerks and meat apprentices. Courtesy SpartanNash

SpartanNash is looking to hire 1,000 people to work in its retail grocery stores.

The Byron Center-based grocery chain said Monday it is looking to fill over 1,000 openings for grocery, and it also has openings in its warehouse distribution centers and corporate service centers.

Open jobs include baristas, personal shoppers, deli clerks and meat apprentices.

Those interested can learn more and apply at or visit a local SpartanNash company-owned store to apply.

All positions offer flexible shifts for days, nights and weekends. Opportunities are available for long-term career growth and development, as well as leadership opportunities in select markets.

“At SpartanNash, our success is driven by our family of nearly 19,000 associates,” said Yvonne Trupiano, executive vice president and chief human resources officer.

“Being in the business of ‘taking food places’ means we provide essential services to our customers and communities. We know that our associates are our most valuable asset and, now more than ever, are our frontline heroes. In turn, we are proud to provide competitive total rewards benefits; training, development and advancement opportunities; and a commitment to cultivating relationships based on respect, integrity, teamwork and trust to build a winning culture.”

Tom Swanson, EVP and general manager of corporate retail, added that SpartanNash has a history of advancing associates from entry-level to senior leadership roles.

“I’ve been in the industry for three decades, and I got my start as a bagger,” he said. “We’re proud to offer a people-first culture with development opportunities and formal programs for interested associates to develop and advance into specialty positions and even into store leadership. We take pride in service excellence and enjoy providing a great customer experience.”

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