IKEA Hiring For Fishers Store

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(photo courtesy Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness) (photo courtesy Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness)

Swedish retailer IKEA has begun hiring for 250 positions at its new Fishers location. The company is looking to fill a number of positions at the store, slated to open this fall, including sales, customer service and facility management.

IKEA is also hiring for positions such as safety and security, warehouse receiving, stock replenishment and child play area supervision. The company is also looking to fill about 50 food service positions for its restaurant, Swedish Foodmarket, Exit Bistro and coworker cafeteria. 

"We are thrilled to offer positions with limitless opportunity at a global company known for being a great place to work to friendly, people-oriented job-seekers," said store manager Holly Davidson. "IKEA offers diverse positions for different coworkers’ interests so they can enjoy their job and contribute successfully. We believe it is as fun to work at IKEA as it is to shop at IKEA."

You can find more information on the available jobs and benefits at the IKEA website.

Last month, IKEA announced plans to add electric vehicle charging stations at the new store. In April, the company detailed efforts to install a 1.34 megawatt solar array on the roof of the 289,000 square-foot building.

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