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Today, Lowe’s is the 8th largest retailer in the United States with more than 1,840 retail locations and over 265,000 employees. In 2010, Lowe’s opened locations in both Canada and Mexico, giving Lowe’s its first international presence.
By applying Lowes you may join Lowes’s family. At the same time you will be able to look for Lowes job postings and apply to any notices you like.
Open Positions: Team Member, Cashier, Receiving Clerk, Sales Associate, Loss Prevention Manager, Loss Prevention and Safety Specialist, Sales Manager, Delivery Driver, Sale Specialist- Plumbing, Customer Service Administrative Assistant, Customer Service Representative, Project Specialist- Exteriors, Sales Specialist- Installed Sales, Sales Specialist- Building Materials, Sales Specialist- Commercial Sales, Sales Specialist- Nursery, Sales Specialist- Outdoor Power Equipment, Sales Specialist- Sales Floor, Distribution Manager, Assistant Manager, Store Manager
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Job Opportunities in City Stores
Lowes’s brings its pioneering spirit to a new frontier – big cities! Lowe’s City Stores offer tailored home improvement solutions especially designed for apartment and townhome living, along with unique opportunities for employees to share their special expertise. City Stores welcome interior decorators, designers and organizers, as well as other candidates who enjoy helping city people love where they live.
In 1946, Carl Buchan, and his brother-in-law, James Lowe, opened The North Wilkesboro Hardware Company, a small hardware store in North Carolina. They sold everything from overalls and washtubs to bicycles. Buchan, a World War II veteran, predicted that the end of the war would fuel an increased demand for building materials as returning veterans sought to build homes and start families. He bought his brother-in-law’s share of the business, changed the name to Lowe’s and focused on selling building materials and appliances, exclusively. By dealing directly with manufacturers, Lowe’s was able to offer supplies at lower prices to local builders. Before long, Lowe’s expanded, opening additional stores in surrounding states and by 1961 the company went public.