Able-Disabled Advocacy seeks to assist young adults between the ages of 17-24 who desire to obtain jobs and education. We offer paid job training, employment opportunities, and high school diplomas to youth through our free and federally-funded, paid-training programs:
1. YouthBuild – a 23-week program which helps youth without high school diplomas gain their diploma, a work certificate in entry-level construction or technology, and connections to employment.
2. Career$mart – a 10-week paid-training program that connects high school graduates to employment. Youth also receive training in technology or construction.
Participants receive stipends during training and bus passes for those who need transportation to and from our location.YouthBuild
IKEA National Hiring Event on Nov 9, 2:00pm—8:00pm: San Diego CA
An ability to do the job is obviously the starting point. But beyond that we look for many other personal qualities such as a strong desire to learn, the motivation to continually do things better, simplicity and common sense, the ability to lead by example, efficiency and cost-consciousness. These values are important to us because our way of working is less structured than that of many other organizations. Come see a career with IKEA!
IKEA National Hiring Event – IKEASan DiegoCA
Thursday, November 9th 2:00pm—8:00pm
We’re hiring PERMANENT Part-Time & Full-time co-workers – Apply today!
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet your local IKEA team and interview for diverse positions with great benefits and limitless opportunities!
It’s easy as 1, 2, 3!
Review open positions at IKEA San Diego CA Retail Store below.
Click “Apply Now” to complete your application TODAY!
Visit San Diego CA Retail Store on Thursday, November 9th from 2:00pm—8:00pm for your walk-in interview.
2149 Fenton Pkwy
San Diego, CA 92108
Available positions will vary by location and will include:
Customer Service Coworker
Food Service Coworker
Pricing and Merchandising Coworker
Logistics Warehouse Coworker
A POSITIVE TEAM SPIRIT
We’re a diverse group of down-to-earth, straightforward people with a passion for home furnishing. We come from all over the world but we share an inspiring vision: “to create a better everyday life for the many people”. How we realize this vision is based on our shared humanistic values. These values are the foundation of our work and our inclusive, empathizing, open and honest culture.
Working with us is like working with your friends. Our culture is based on the spirit of togetherness, enthusiasm and fun. And we’re always looking for people who share our positive attitude and values.
The IKEA values help us to run our business, solve problems, and make clever decisions together. But we know we won’t think exactly alike on everything – and that’s okay! In fact, we encourage co-workers to express themselves and question our ways from time to time. At the end of the day, it’s your individuality that can help us see and change things for the better.