Cheryl’s Cookies locations in Dayton and Beavercreek have job opportunities available.

Online company hiring thousands for seasonal jobs in Ohio

An online gourmet food brands company is hiring more than 8,000 seasonal associates as the holidays approach, including 1,750 in Ohio.

1-800-FLOWERS.COM, Inc. has job opportunities across Ohio, including at Cheryl’s Cookies in Dayton and Beavercreek, along with Columbus, Dublin and Upper Arlington. There are also jobs at Cheryl’s Cookies headquarters in the Columbus suburb of Westerville, the Obetz distribution center, and the Hebron Harry & David facility, according to a statement.

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“As a company, we are deeply focused on providing a best-in-class experience to our customers, and we count on our seasonal associates to play an incredibly valuable role in helping us deliver smiles,” said Maureen Paradine, senior vice president of human resources. “In this highly competitive job market, we’re offering qualified candidates some terrific incentives to join our team and to enjoy a rewarding role working as part of our family of all-star gourmet food brands.”

Benefits include competitive wages, flexible schedules and robust incentive programs, along with consideration for permanent positions, according to the release.

Both full-time and part-time jobs are available in production, gift assembly, retail, call center, distribution and fulfillment.

Candidates can apply here.

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