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Ollie’s Bargain Outlet Hosts Job Fairs Ahead Of Opening In Williamsburg

YORK-As Ollie’s Bargain Outlet plans its fall opening in the former Kmart building on Waller Mill Road in the Greater Williamsburg area, the company will hold a series of job fairs in September.

The job fairs will be held Thursday, September 2 and Friday, September 3 from 10am to 7pm and Saturday, September 4 from 9 am to 5pm. Interviews for on-the-spot hiring will be conducted in the parking lot of the new store, which will be located at 118 Waller Mill Road in Williamsburg.

Available positions include sales associates, department supervisors, managers and assistant managers, and other roles.

Ollie’s Bargain Outlet is one of the largest retailers of closeout merchandise and inventory. The company announced in the spring of 2021 plans to open a location in Williamsburg. The store is anticipated to open at the end of October in the Kingsgate Green shopping center. It will be the second location for Ollie’s on the Peninsula, with another located on Mercury Boulevard in Hampton.

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