SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Ralphs Grocery Co. will be adding about 1,200 permanent jobs at its Southern California stores, including in San Diego County.
Ralphs -- a subsidiary of Cincinnati-based Kroger's -- employs more than 19,000 people in Southern California.
"Ralphs is committed to creating job opportunities," Ralphs President Donna Giordano said.
Ralphs is hiring for a variety of positions, including front end, deli, bakery and store clerks. Ralphs is also looking to fill cake decorator positions and openings in its Murray's Cheese and Starbucks shops that are located in many of its supermarkets.
The jobs will be at Ralphs supermarkets in each of the Southern California counties it serves, including San Diego, Riverside, Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.
Applications can be submitted Monday through Nov. 24 at www.ralphs.com/careers. The site also provides job alerts, and it saves information about applicants for future consideration.
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