Always Accepting Part Time Applications
- Minneapolis, MN
At Linden Hills Co-op, we adhere to the following ends policies:
* Provide and promote healthful choices for our members and shoppers
* Provide, use and promote earth-friendly, sustainable products
* Encourage activism on sustainability, health and nutrition-related issues
* Build community within Linden Hills and neighboring communities.
The idea for a natural foods cooperative in the Linden Hills neighborhood of Minneapolis’s Lakes district was first considered in 1975, by a small group of neighborhood residents interested in having access to organic, local and natural food. After a series of planning meetings and initial fundraising, a small space was secured and the new co-op opened on March 12, 1976. At the end of Linden Hills Co-op’s first fiscal year, $101.69 in profit was divided among the twenty-four founding members.
In the thirty-five years since then, Linden Hills Co-op has moved and expanded its offerings four times while remaining the neighborhood’s primary grocer—“big enough to meet your needs; small enough to meet your neighbors.” With a full service deli, great selection of locally made and locally raised foods, many choices for different dietary needs, and a sunny indoor dining area, the co-op serves as a community gathering place—-with groceries.
A Great Opportunity is Waiting for You
We offer great pay, a variety of work schedules, ongoing education and training and a healthy work environment. Our staff members enjoy a generous benefits package including health and dental insurance, flexible spending, purchase discount, paid time off, life and disability insurance, 401k plan, and employee profit sharing.
We look forward to receiving your application!
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
This application is intended for use in evaluating your qualifications for employment. This is not an employment contract. When you submit this application, you promise that the information is true, correct and complete.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, membership in a local commission, the presence of disabilities, sexual orientation, age, or other characteristics protected by law. In addition to the application, other assessments, including, but not limited to, interview, job related skill testing, personality testing, background verification and reference verification may be required prior to employment. This application will be considered active for sixty days. If you wish to be considered for employment after sixty days, or for a different position, you may have to complete another application. If you are under 18 years of age, you may be required to provide additional documents to be eligible for work.