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New Safeway at San Antonio Shopping Center Hiring

The Safeway will open on April 19, 2013.

The opening of Safeway, the first store at the highly anticipated new residential and commercial project at San Antonio Road and El Camino Real, means the project is closer to completion.

According to The Village at San Antonio Center email newsletter, the Safeway—which relocates from California Street to 645 San Antonio Rd—opens its doors on April 19th "with lots of special activities."

But prior to its opening the store needs to hire its staff and Safeway has partnered with the Mountain View-Los Altos Adult Education School to get the word out.

On Wednesday, Feb. 27 and Thursday, Feb. 28 from 1 to 3 p.m., Safeway representatives will conduct on-site interviews for fulltime and part-time employment at the new store, and at others in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, Palo Alto and Menlo Park.

Candidates must apply online prior to Feb. 27 at www.safeway.com/careers.

Positions are available in many different areas of the supermarket including: deli clerks, produce clerks, starbucks clerks, meat/seafood clerks, courtesy clerks, food clerks, office clerks, bakery clerks, cake decorators, bakers, sushi clerks and floral clerks.

There isn't word yet about when the hiring will begin for the other restaurants and retailers at the site—The Counter Custom-Built Burgers, Starbucks, Fidelity Investments and BlueWhite Cleaners. Another restaurant, TavernaBlu has since dropped out, according to a project spokesperson.

Do you plan to apply for one of these jobs? Are you excited for the opening of the new stores? Share in comments!

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Claudia Cruz February 25, 2013 at 07:12 PM
I live nearby and I feel very fortunate to have so many supermarkets close!
MV Resident February 26, 2013 at 07:38 PM
Hopefully they got rid of some of the old staff from the California St location. I might consider shopping at Safeway again. They had a lot of good people, but the bad ones weighed them down. Otherwise, Trader Joe's, Walmart, Target, Sprouts and 7-11 will continue to receive all of my business.

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