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95 jobs available at new Newport Walmart Neighborhood Market

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NEWPORT, N.C. - Walmart needs up to 95 associates to work at the new Walmart Neighborhood Market in Newport.

It’s scheduled to open this summer.

A temporary hiring center will open on Monday, February 17th at 7025 Highway 70, Suite B in the Oceanway Plaza shopping center.

Applications will be accepted from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, and after 6 p.m. by appointment. Interested applicants may also apply online at http://careers.walmart.com.  

Through Walmart’s Veterans Welcome Home Commitment, the company will offer a job to any qualified veteran who has been honorably discharged within the past 12 months.* Interested veterans may find out more at http://walmartcareerswithamission.com.

Tammy Cooper, store manager, says they’ll be hiring both full- and part-time associates.

“We are excited to add a new Walmart Neighborhood Market to Newport and bring good jobs with great career opportunities to the area,” said Cooper.

Most of the new associates will begin work in May to help prepare for the store’s grand opening.

Veterans must be within 12 months of active duty and meet Walmart’s standard hiring criteria.

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