Australians have had to work at Dan Murphy’s – and all you have to do to get a job is show up at a shop by Sunday
- Dan Murphy’s is offering Australians ‘on-site’ interviews in their stores
- Thousands of new workers are needed before the summer holidays
- The roles are open a minimum of 20 hours a week with applications open until this Sunday
Drinks retailer Dan Murphy’s is looking to hire more than 2,000 new staff across Australia this week and will be offering interviews to applicants who just walk in the door.
The positions are available through Sunday, September 11, and anyone over the age of 18 can complete a 10-minute interview by expressing interest to an associate at any of the franchise’s 258 stores.
“Every single Dan Murphy store is hiring…and we make a commitment to every applicant to give you a short on-site interview,” said Agi Pfeiffer-Smith, general manager of Dan Murphy.
She explained the company is gearing up for the busy summer holiday season and wants to make applying for a position as easy as possible.
Dan Murphy’s expected to hire 2,200 new employees, applications open until Sunday (file image)
The drinks retailer has roles in most of its stores across the country
“We encourage people from all walks of life to spend a summer with Dan; from university students to retirees who want to fill in a few hours a day or a few days a week, and everyone in between.’
Applicants do not need to already have responsible alcohol certification service as the company offers free training.
Most positions are for at least 20-hour shifts per week, and employees, including casual workers, are eligible for perks such as discounts on drinks, groceries and pub meals.
A total of around 2,200 roles are available – 670 in NSW, 570 in QLD, 530 in VIC, 280 in WA and 140 in SA.
Dan Murphy’s staff also receive discounts on drinks, groceries and pub meals
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