Square One in Mississauga hosts huge job fair in search of 250 new workers
Published September 27, 2022 at 3:07 pm
More than two dozen retailers at Square One Shopping Centre in Mississauga are looking to hire some 250 workers at a job fair this Thursday (Sept. 29) at the mall.
Maison Birks, Sephora, Uniqlo, Aldo, Armani Exchange, Foot Locker, Holt Renfrew, Hudson’s Bay, Levi’s and Square One Security are among those seeking new part-time and full-time employees in preparation for the busy Christmas season.
The day-long job fair runs Thursday, from noon to 8 p.m., and positions to be filled include cashier, sales, management, operations, customer service, and both front of house and back of house.
The hiring event will be held on Level 2 of the mall, across from H&M. Job seekers are asked to bring their resumes and be prepared to apply and be interviewed on the spot.
The job fair provides an opportunity for students looking to work part-time over the holidays as well as those looking for full-time work beyond the busy holiday season, event organizers say.
“The holidays are definitely a busy time at all Oxford Properties, and we want to support our retailers by ensuring they are properly staffed as we head into what is sure to be an active shopping season,” said Stephen Gascoine, director at Square One Shopping Centre. “There continues to be a growing appetite for retail, so it is important that our retailers meet that demand and help create a seamless shopping experience for our guests.”
Retailers are looking to fill part-time and full-time permanent and seasonal positions. Interested job seekers can visit shopsquareone.com for more information on the job fair.
Other participating retailers are Bikini Village, Charmed Aroma, Dynamite, Frank and Oak, Garage, H&M, Linen Chest, M Boutique, MyOlive, Pandora, Pier 87, Rogers, Simons, Square One Guest Experience, Square One Housekeeping, Suzi Shier and Tumi.
Managed by Oxford Properties, Square One houses some 320 merchants and is the largest shopping mall in Ontario and second-largest in Canada.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising