Kroger hires hundreds of employees in Houston


HOUSTON (KIAH) – Kroger is hosting a hiring event that includes virtual and on-site interviews this week from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, October 13.

The company is looking to hire approximately 500 associates in the Greater Houston area by finding talent for roles in Retail, E-commerce, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Merchandising, Logistics, Corporate, pharmacy and health care.

“Kroger looks forward to welcoming new associates to our organization as we prepare for an incredible holiday season where clients plan to return to family reunions and larger celebrations,” said Joe Kelley, president of Kroger Houston. “It’s an exciting time to work in the retail grocery store, and as one of Texas’ premier retailers and employers, we’re committed to providing associates with a culture of opportunity and career with a focus. , competitive wages and benefits, and flexible hours.

“We really want our associates to have a rewarding and uplifting experience while meeting the needs of our customers and delivering on our promise to be in-stock, fresh and friendly. “

Kroger offers resources, benefits, and training to support and develop associates, including continuing education and reimbursement of tuition, health care, and retirement.

For more information on the hiring event, visit

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