Lowe's Distribution Center Hiring 100 People

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ROCKFORD (WIFR) -- Nearly 100 more jobs are coming to the Stateline.

50-100 positions are now available at the Lowe's Regional Distribution Center in Rockford. They're hiring permanent, full-time team members for positions within the warehouse environment.

Available positions also include senior leadership, supervisors, and maintenance positions. The Regional General Manager of the distribution center says no experience is necessary.

Once hired, there will be a training session. Lowe's Distribution Center says they are looking to hire more employees in time for their peak season, which is February through June.

The regional general manager, Luke Fuller, says he hopes people start applying as soon as possible, saying, "What a great company it is, how much we do in the community, how much we serve our community, how much we care for our team members. We have a very safe work environment. That's one thing we pride ourselves in is being safe for team members and families, as well."

Lowe's says they've added more positions because business has been good. They currently have 750 workers. They're looking to hire 50-100 more people immediately. Those positions include benefits, as well.

Lowe's Distribution Center is looking to fill:
-Night Shift - Monday through Thursday, 6pm-4:30am
-Weekend Days - Friday through Sunday, 6am-6:30pm
-Weekend Nights - Friday through Monday, 6:30pm - 5am

To apply online, visit Lowes.com/careers, search "Illinois" and "Distribution" to find job postings for the Rockford facility.


ROCKFORD (WIFR) ---- The Lowe's Distribution Center in Rockford is hiring 50 permanent, full-time positions.

Shift openings include nights - four 10 hour shifts per week; weekends - three 12 hour shifts per week; and weekend nights - four 10 hour shifts per week.

if interested, you can apply online at Lowes.com/careers. Search "Illinois" and "Distribution" to find job postings for the Rockford facility.



 
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