Target hiring for holiday season

The holidays are almost here and to help prepare to serve guests all season long, Target today shared plans to hire seasonal team members in its stores and supply chain facilities nationwide, including in Chambersburg. For more information on local hiring in your area, please visit TargetSeasonalJobs.com, and learn more about non-seasonal roles here.

Details below:

  • Target team members will focus on providing an exceptional experience by keeping stores stocked and organized and helping guests locate and buy all their holiday must-haves easily.
  • The team will also help Target provide its guests with industry-leading same-day fulfillment services like Order Pickup and Drive Up, packing and shipping orders, and more.
  • Team members will earn starting wages of $15-$24 an hour, making Target a wage leader in every market where it has stores or facilities.
  • Target team members, including seasonal hires, also have access to flexible scheduling benefits, team member discounts, and more, in addition to becoming a part of Target’s caring culture.

Additionally, Target’s holiday savings will start earlier than ever with the return of Target Deal Days Oct. 6-8. Guests will find deep holiday deals on must-have items and everyday essentials, in stores and online and with Target’s industry-leading Holiday Price Match Guarantee running from Oct. 6 to Dec. 24, guests can shop confidently and get the best value no matter when they choose to shop.

For a full look at Target’s plans for the holiday season, including plans to hire up to 100,000 seasonal team members, please see the press release.

Comments

Advertisement

PSP: Promotions announced

Pennsylvania State Police announced 43 promotions to the rank of major, captain or lieutenant were recognized at promotion ceremonies Sept. 22 and Sept. 30.

Read More »

Deer season dates announced

Pennsylvania’s statewide archery white-tailed deer season opened statewide last weekend and runs to Nov. 18. The regular deer season is Dec. 26-Jan. 16.

Read More »