Thursday, November 26, 2015

Want to manage Philly's new Apple store?

The job search is on.

Want to manage Philly's new Apple store?


Apple has secured a Center City location (the former TD Bank at 1607 Walnut St.) and last month the computer giant gained the approval of the city Art Commission to redo the facade.

All is needs to do now is make the official announcement. And start construction.

A company spokesman today said he didn't know when that would be, but acknowledged that Apple is hiring for the Walnut Street location.

It is looking for a store manager, assorted Geniuses, and staffers. Here is the link.

Apple, with 283 stores worldwide, 221 in the United States, typically pulls some staff from other nearby locations. Its most recent opening was March 2008 in Cherry Hill Mall.
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