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Job Positions Available:

Lot Associate, Sales Associate, Freight Team Member, Cashier, Assistant Store Manager, Store Manager, Installation Sales Associate, General Warehouse Associate, Office Associate, Installation Service Associate, Transportation Coordinator, Inventory Control Associate, and More...

Minimum Hiring Age: 18 years of age
Operating Hours:

6:00am to 10:00pm from Monday to Saturday

8:00am to 8:00pm on Sunday

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*Printable job applications for Home Depot are not available. The current application process is completed electronically.


Job vacancies in the Home Depot include various part-time and full-time openings in their warehouse, corporate office and retail departments. The Home Depot regularly needs to employ new workers to fill both entry-level and professional positions. No matter whether you are looking for a job as an entry-level worker or a professional career in management, you will find what you are looking for at the Home Depot. Simply complete and submit the Home Depot job application form to find employment in the organization. See below for some of the positions usually available at the Home Depot.

Position Descriptions:

Sales Associate:

Sales associates at the Home Depot are usually assigned to one of the various departments depending on their previous work experience, if any, and the preferences that they express. The main responsibility of sales associates is to provide assistance to customers in identifying the products they need for particular projects and locating those products in the large retail stores. A sales associate at the Home Depot can expect to earn a salary somewhere between minimum wage and $12 an hour.


Cashiers are in charge of handling the cash registers that can usually be found near the front of Home Depot retail stores. Among the tasks cashiers have to complete are handling cash, checking out customer purchases, providing assistance to customers and any other related tasks. Cashiers usually earn a wage close to minimum when they first begin working at the Home Depot.


The Home Depot management model incorporates a few different levels of managers. Assistant manager, store manager, department manager, team leader and shift supervisor are among the different management positions available. Managers are typically required to manage work schedules, employ new workers, and oversee the day-to-day running of stores. The usual starting salary of a manager at the Home Depot can range from $25,000 to $70,000 annually, depending on the specific individual position and prior experience in management.

The offices, stores and warehouses operated by the Home Depot require employees to staff a variety of jobs. Careers such as office associate, lot associate, general warehouse associate, freight team member, customer service coordinator, paint sales associate, administrative assistant, after hours truck unloading associate, inventory control associate and installation service associate are all available at the Home Depot. So submit your Home Depot job application form today to find out which of these careers is open to you.

Employee Benefits:

Among the benefits enjoyed by employees at the Home Depot are flexible work schedules, competitive wages and paid on-the-job training. Additional job benefits are also available to those employees who are eligible for further benefits. These further benefits include future planning perks and wellness and health benefits.

Wellness and health benefits refer to a package of dental, medical and vision insurance on top of flexible spending accounts and compensation for prescription drugs. Options to purchase stock and a 401(k) retirement plan make up the future planning perks at the Home Depot. Finally, further work benefits can be had in the form of reimbursement for tuition, paid vacations and adoption assistance.



The Home Depot's History:

The Home Depot was established in 1978 by founders Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank. In 1979, Pat Farrah and Ken Langone, a merchandiser and investment banker respectively, were brought on board to assist in the opening of 2 more Home Depot locations in Atlanta, Georgia. The first Home Depot was true to the spirit of modern Home Depot stores and was a large, warehouse-like affair that carried a huge variety of do-it-yourself hardware and material. In 1981, the Home Depot became publicly listed on the NASDAQ, and it later moved to the New York Stock Exchange in 1984. The year 1989 saw the Home Depot operating over 100 separate locations in the United States, and in 1994, the Home Depot went international with its first store in Canada.

Additional Services Provided By Home Depot:

The main business of the Home Depot lies in providing wide selections of appliances, lumber, tools and hardware, all of which are meant for do-it-yourself projects and handyman jobs. Some of the brands that can be found in their retail stores include Toro, Ryobi, Cub Cadet, LG, RIGID and BEHR.

In every Home Depot retail store there are sales associates who know just about everything there is to know about the stores and their products, and whose responsibility it is to assist customers with any needs or questions that they might have. Customers at the Home Depot will even find a line of products produced under the eco-branding of the company that offers products meant to reduce water and energy wastage as well as maximize reusability and sustainability.

Financial Position:

Home Depot is a publicly listed company and its shares are traded under the ticker HD on the New York Stock Exchange. With over 2,200 locations around the world, Home Depot posted 2010 annual revenues of $67,997,000,000. The company also has over 321,000 employees in various positions in offices, warehouses and stores worldwide. A typical Home Depot store covers 105,000 square feet of floor area, while the largest store, located in Union, New Jersey boasts a floor area of 225,000 square feet.

Across the United States, Canada and Mexico, the Home Depot remains the biggest company in the business of home improvement retail. The first Home Depot store in Canada opened its doors in 1994, Mexico in 2001 and in China in 2006. The Home Depot has offices dedicated to procurement located in Canada, China, India, Mexico and the United States, which provide the various resources and materials needed for its products. More Home Depot Financial Information

Local Involvement in the Community:

The Home Depot Foundation, established in the year 2002, is a charity dedicated to working with other charities operating in communities worldwide. The Home Depot has long had a tradition of supporting those local communities in which its stores are located, and donations are often made to charitable organizations aimed at assisting the less fortunate in those communities. In particular, the company has pledged more than $30,000,000 to providing support for returning military personnel and their families.

Environmental, Health, and Safety Awareness:

The Home Depot has instituted various processes to minimize its impact on the environment. All of the wood sold in the Home Depot for doors, molding and dimensional lumber is purchased from lumber producers who have been certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. The Eco Options brand was started by the Home Depot to market products that have been produced in a manner friendly to the environment, and the product line-up is currently over 3,900 strong. Water-conserving faucets and taps, energy-saving fixtures and light bulbs and paint products containing little or no volatile organic substances are among some of the products in the Eco Options product line-up.

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