Listed as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work for 2015 in Fortune magazine and as one of the largest private companies in Forbes’, Publix is an American supermarket chain wholly owned by its present and past employees. Developed itself from 1930 as a single store into the largest employee-owned grocery chain in U.S., Publix keeps adhering to the concept of being a great place not only to shop but also to work. Join it, and make it the premier quality food retailer in the world!
Minimum age to work at Publix is 14 years old. (This may vary by positions and shifts available at each location.)
Mon - Sun: 7:00am - 10:00pm
Time varies by locations.
Full-time, Part-time, Temporary
Publix needs people join it and create a better shopping experience for its customers with the company. Here is an overview of job openings at Publix. And applicants had better apply only for positions for which they meet the required qualifications, which will increase the possibility of being hired.
Cashier, Deli Clerk, Customer Service Staff, Grocery Clerk, Front Service Clerk, Stock Clerk, Baker, Seafood Clerk, Meat Clerk, Wine Specialist, Floral Specialist, Produce Clerk, Decorators, Meat Cutter Apprentices, Pharmacy Technician, Baker Clerk, Meals Clerk, Sous Chef, Front Service Clerk, Decorator Apprentice, Grocery Replenishment Specialist, etc.
Customer Service Staff:
Front Service Clerk:
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Necessary Documents for Applying for Publix Positions
In order to make a good preparation for your interview, you must cover several fields including bringing your resume, arriving a few minutes early, and most important, making a good impression during interview. Before interview, you should make an adequate preparation - which means you should find out about Publix as much as possible, improve your resume, prepare answers for interview questions according to online resources. During interview, you had better dress, behave, and speak properly to show your confidence and good manner, such as arriving 10 minutes early, turning off your cell phone after arriving, speaking clearly and concisely, etc. After interview, you might as well evaluate the opportunity if you will be hired or if the job is the right fit for you according to the words of hiring manager.