Home Depot to hire 250 in Tucson - Tucson News Now

Home Depot to hire 250 in Tucson

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Home Depot is preparing for spring, the company’s busiest selling season, by hiring 250 associates in Tucson.

Applying for a job at the world’s largest home improvement retailer takes about 15 minutes on www.careers.homedepot.com, or job seekers can text HOMEDEPOT to 52270 and receive a link to apply to hourly positions in their area (Message and data rates may apply.)

From sales and cashiers to operations and online order fulfillment, opportunities include both permanent part-time and seasonal positions in the company’s stores and distribution facilities. College students, retirees and veterans are encouraged to apply. 

All interested candidates must apply online.

  • Visit careers.homedepot.com 
  • Select “Learn More”
  • Enter your desired location (CITY, STATE)
  • Click “Search Jobs”

Available positions vary by store. The Home Depot is an equal opportunity employer.

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