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Busch's Job Fair

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(WJBK) -

Busch's is hiring and will host several job fairs in July. Busch's has 15 locations and is hiring 50 associates, primarily part-time positions, to join its family-owned, Ann Arbor-based company.

 Job Fair Schedule

  • Thursday, July 25th  9:00 am-7:00 pm

Busch's Farmington Hills (24445 Drake Road, Farmington Hills – Phone: 248-427-7400)

Hiring for Busch's Farmington Hills, Novi and West Bloomfield stores.

 Job openings for Deli and Meat departments and other positions as well.

Focus on great guest services and salesmanship; culinary background encouraged.

 Busch's offers a friendly, supportive environment and:

  • Competitive & Premium Pay
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Advancement Opportunities
  • Weekly Paychecks and More!

Applicants should apply online before the job fair at www.buschs.com/joinourteam/

Applications will also be accepted at the job fair and offers may be extended on the spot.

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