LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentucky's first coronavirus case was confirmed on March 6 and since that day businesses have closed, laid-off workers, or are working with skeleton crews. But a number of companies in the commonwealth want and need workers now.
Thousands of people are being hired handle the growing demands. So if you or someone you know needs a job here are some Kentucky companies hiring.
The Kentucky Chamber has put together an extensive list by region of companies looking for workers. You can find the complete list here: Who's Hiring.
Here are just a few:
Allied Universal - Northern KY & Cincinnati
- Security Guards
- Additional Information from the Employer https://jobs.aus.com/search-jobs/Florence%2C%20Kentucky/22950/4/6252001-6254925-4048522-4291945/38x9941/-84x642/25/2?pc=41042
- Fulfillment/Warehouse Associate
- Janitorial General Cleaner, Shift Supervisor (1st and 2nd Shifts)
Baptist Health - Louisville
- Patient Care Associates (PCAs), RN Respiratory Therapists, Medical Assistants
- Resident Assistants
- Apply in person at 6830 Overlook Dr Louisville Ky 40241
- Forklift Operators, Packers
- Direct Support Professionals, Nurses, Maintenance
- Social Workers/Therapist
CVS is looking to fill 50,000 part-time and full-time roles "immediately." Roles include store associates, home delivery drivers, distribution center employees and member/customer service professionals. For more information, visit jobs.cvshealth.com.
Dollar General plans to hire 50,000 new employees by the end of April. While many of the new jobs will be temporary, some of the jobs are expected to become permanent, the company said. To apply, click here.
With many restaurants closed, many people are resorting to delivery and take-out. Domino's is looking for delivery drivers, pizza makers, managers and customer service representatives to help meet demand. To apply visit jobs.dominos.com.
Grocery chain Kroger is looking to hire 20,000 to keep it stores stocked and operating during coronavirus. The company has streamlined its hiring process and new workers can be onboard in 72 hours. To apply go to jobs.kroger.com
The other large grocer in Kentucky, Meijer, is also adding positions to keep up with demand. To apply, click here.
Louisville-based Papa John's is hiring. Papa John's said it plans to hire 20,00 new employees. The company said it's even making the hiring process simpler. To see what positions are available, visit jobs.papajohns.com.
Pizza Hut is hiring more than 30,000 new employees nationwide. The move comes as the company also rolls out a contactless delivery option for customers. To apply visit jobs.pizzahut.com.
Louisville-based shipping giant UPS is hiring positions across the state. To apply go to ups-jobs.com
Retail giant Walmart has announced it's looking to hire 150,000 new workers through May to meet demand. The jobs are temporary, but the company said many will become permanent. For more information and to apply, visit careers.walmart.com.