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Wegmans: Hiring, Training 300 Employees Underway at Tysons Store

Wegmans announced today (Tuesday) that 300 part-time employees are currently being hired and trained for the upcoming Tysons store.

The supermarket chain previously said that it plans to employ roughly 480 people at the store at 1835 S. Capital One Drive. Right next to the McLean Metro station, the 80,000-square-foot store will be a part of Capital One’s campus.

Now, Wegmans says that “the vast majority [are] hired locally.”

More from Wegmans on its job opportunities:

Part-time positions are available in all departments, offering competitive pay, flexible scheduling, and a workplace known for a caring, family atmosphere. Select full-time openings remain for cooks, produce, and bakery…

Applicants may apply online at jobs.wegmans.com/tysons-corner or call 571-423-0707 for more information.

Wegmans also announced the Tysons store’s leadership.

Kevin Russell, who started as a produce clerk at a Wegmans in New York and was most recently the store manager for one in Massachusetts, is the opening store manager in Tysons.

As the executive chef, Patrick Deans will manage a team of 135 culinary employees. Meanwhile, Matt Collalto will be the service area manager and Claudia Worley will be the merchandising area manager.

Photo courtesy Wegmans

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