T.J. Maxx Distribution Center Hiring Over 1000 People in San Antonio

If you are looking to score some awesome employee discounts on already discounted clothes, this job might be for you. According to the News page for the City of San AntonioCouncilwoman Rebecca J. Viagran celebrated the TJX Companies inc.'s grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Their $150 million dollar investment in the economy is sure to boost some San Antonio residents paychecks. The press release states that Fortune 100 Company will employ over 1,000 inside the 1.5 million-square-foot facility, providing each eligible full-time employee and dependents with health insurance and 401(k) benefits.

"The T.J. Maxx San Antonio Distribution Center means access and opportunity for a part of town that has been written off for a very long time. It means good paying jobs, great benefits, healthcare and stability for families; and it means access and opportunity for the future of District 3," said Councilwoman Viagran. "This addition shows the rest of the City of San Antonio, the region, and Texas that the south side can attract Fortune 100 Companies and make a huge impact on our community."

And it doesn't stop at the warehouse. TJX Companies has also committed to donating 15-20 acres to Southside Independent School District to build a school, construct a 4-mile bike and hike trail connecting the Medina Greenway to the Mission Espada Trail and preserve 300 acres of wetland for educational and research purposes. 

TJX Companies (which owns TJ Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Sierra, Winners, and HomeSense) is currently looking for top-notch Warehouse Associates to join their San Antonio team. As a warehouse employee, you'll be responsible for sorting items, matching receipts to purchase orders, packing merchandise, loading and unloading merchandise, and ticketing clothing and other items. Shifts options are Monday-Thursday 5:00 AM to 3:30 PM. 

Think you would make a great Warehouse Associate? Apply now on their online job portal. Good luck!

Watch: Who Said Succulents Are Boring? 3 Types That Don't Look Like Plants at All

oembed rumble video here