Home Depot hiring more than 300 workers in Dayton

Home Depot in Trotwood (WDTN Photo/Kelley King)


TROTWOOD, Ohio (WDTN) — Home Depot is looking for 300-350 seasonal workers for its stores in Dayton for its busiest season.

The Trotwood location alone is looking for 225 workers for spring. The new jobs are expected to bring a boost to Trotwood’s economy.

“It definitely helps the economy,” said Assistant Manager Joey Allen. “From what I hear, the mayor of Trotwood, she’s a new lady, she’s going — she’s trying to grow the community too so that will certainly help. We’re hoping more business, more revenue will come into the city of Trotwood.”

Home Depot is hiring 80,000 seasonal workers nationwide. Open positions include sales, cashiers, operations, and online order fulfillment.

Applications are already being accepted.

While these jobs are seasonal, store managers say there’s a possibility that these jobs could turn into full-time permanent ones.

“If you get a part-timer in here, and they come in here and give excellent customer service, and they’re busting their tail all the time, we will make offers to them — maybe full time. If someone wanted to get promoted, the sky’s the limit,” said Allen.

To apply for one of these jobs, click here.

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