H-E-B is opening a branch in Dallas-Fort Worth, and the company is looking to hire 700 part- and full-time jobs according to a Fort Worth Star Telegram article. In it they say,
“More than 700 part- and full-time jobs are coming to North Texas. Texas-based grocery store H-E-B will host a hiring fair on Saturday, Aug. 13, in Plano. The chain plans to hire for a variety of positions this summer to fill its new store location in the city north of Dallas.“
“We are looking for 700 partners at each of our new stores who enjoy a fast-paced environment and have a personal mission to serve others,” said Mabrie Jackson, the company’s senior director of public affairs. “H-E-B can train most people for any role. We are looking for candidates with a heart for people.”
They are also opening another branch in Mansfield according to a CultureMap Dallas article. They say,
“In news that everyone loves, adored Texas supermarket chain H-E-B is opening another location in Dallas-Fort Worth: specifically, Mansfield, south of Fort Worth.
Located at the corner of US 287 and Broad Street, this is a big deal because it will become the first H-E-B store in Tarrant County.”
“We are excited to officially announce that H-E-B is coming to Mansfield,” says H-E-B Executive VP Juan-Carlos Rück in a release. “We look forward to providing this dynamic and growing city with the best H-E-B has to offer.”
In the Dallas area, they have announced that stores will be opening in Frisco, Plano, McKinney, and Allen.