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Location : Address 1001 Main Avenue
Location Name De Pere
Grocery Operations Leadership Development (Front End Manager in Training/Manager Trainee).  Our GOLD Trainees are typically placed by market, and we're currently accepting applications for Guest Service/Front End Trainees in the following markets:   - Fox Valley Area (Appleton, Menasha, Neenah, Oshkosh) - Eau Claire Area (Eau Claire, Marshfield) - Green Bay Area (Suamico, De Pere, Green Bay) - La Crosse Area (La Crosse, Holmen, Onalaska) - Lakeshore Area (Fond du Lac, Sheboygan, Manitowoc) - Milwaukee Area (Hales Corners, Greenfield, West Allis) - Southeast Wisconsin Area (Kenosha, Somers, Mount Pleasant) - Madison Area Area (Madison, Verona, Janesville, Fort Atkinson) 
Location : Address 1200 W Northland Ave
Location Name Appleton - Northland
A Fresh Take: Why Festival Foods?  - Work/Life Balance: Our associates need time away from work to balance their lives – that’s why we offer work/life balance scheduling for all associates. We also start at 15 days of PTO for all of our Full-Time associates - Associate Discount: Enjoy 5% off your grocery purchases, and 10% off a peak-this-week produce offering - Grow: With our Management Trainee, Emerging Leaders, e-Learning Platform, and more – there are so many ways to grow & develop personally & professionally - Be an Owner: No really, be the owner!  Become an owner of Festival Foods through our Employee Stock Ownership Program and be empowered to make decisions to bring our guests back - Bank Bucks for College: You contribute 50 cents per hour worked, and Festival will match up to $10,000 for school & educational expenses!
Location : Address 3207 80th Street
Location Name Kenosha - 80th Street
A Fresh Take: Why Festival Foods?  - Work/Life Balance: Our associates need time away from work to balance their lives – that’s why we offer work/life balance scheduling for all associates. We also start at 15 days of PTO for all of our Full-Time associates - Associate Discount: Enjoy 5% off your grocery purchases, and 10% off a peak-this-week produce offering - Grow: With our Management Trainee, Emerging Leaders, e-Learning Platform, and more – there are so many ways to grow & develop personally & professionally - Be an Owner: No really, be the owner!  Become an owner of Festival Foods through our Employee Stock Ownership Program and be empowered to make decisions to bring our guests back - Bank Bucks for College: You contribute 50 cents per hour worked, and Festival will match up to $10,000 for school & educational expenses!
Location : Address W3195 Van Roy Rd
Location Name Appleton - Darboy
Do you have Bakery Manager, Pastry Chef, Scratch Baker, Culinary or other leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is Guest Service leadership at Festival.  Fun fact: the majority of what we sell in our Bakery we make in our full-kitchens in-store!  Our Bakery Managers lead our team of skilled Bakers, Donut Fryers, Cake Decorators.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 2430 University Ave
Location Name Green Bay North - University
Do you have Bakery Manager, Pastry Chef, Scratch Baker, Culinary or other leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is Guest Service leadership at Festival.  Fun fact: the majority of what we sell in our Bakery we make in our full-kitchens in-store!  Our Bakery Managers lead our team of skilled Bakers, Donut Fryers, Cake Decorators.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 595 S Taylor Drive
Location Name Sheboygan
Do you have Bakery Manager, Pastry Chef, Scratch Baker, Culinary or other leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is Guest Service leadership at Festival.  Fun fact: the majority of what we sell in our Bakery we make in our full-kitchens in-store!  Our Bakery Managers lead our team of skilled Bakers, Donut Fryers, Cake Decorators.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 6000 31st St
Location Name Kenosha (Somers) - Green Bay Rd
Do you have Bakery Manager, Pastry Chef, Scratch Baker, Culinary or other leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is Guest Service leadership at Festival.  Fun fact: the majority of what we sell in our Bakery we make in our full-kitchens in-store!  Our Bakery Managers lead our team of skilled Bakers, Donut Fryers, Cake Decorators.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 328 Washington Street
Location Name Fort Atkinson
Do you have Bakery Manager, Pastry Chef, Scratch Baker, Culinary or other leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is Guest Service leadership at Festival.  Fun fact: the majority of what we sell in our Bakery we make in our full-kitchens in-store!  Our Bakery Managers lead our team of skilled Bakers, Donut Fryers, Cake Decorators.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address W3195 Van Roy Rd
Location Name Appleton - Darboy
Do you have Bakery Manager, Pastry Chef, Scratch Baker, Culinary or other leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is Guest Service leadership at Festival.  Fun fact: the majority of what we sell in our Bakery we make in our full-kitchens in-store!  Our Bakery Managers lead our team of skilled Bakers, Donut Fryers, Cake Decorators.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 2430 University Ave
Location Name Green Bay North - University
Do you have Bakery Manager, Pastry Chef, Scratch Baker, Culinary or other leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is Guest Service leadership at Festival.  Fun fact: the majority of what we sell in our Bakery we make in our full-kitchens in-store!  Our Bakery Managers lead our team of skilled Bakers, Donut Fryers, Cake Decorators.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 595 S Taylor Drive
Location Name Sheboygan
Do you have Bakery Manager, Pastry Chef, Scratch Baker, Culinary or other leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is Guest Service leadership at Festival.  Fun fact: the majority of what we sell in our Bakery we make in our full-kitchens in-store!  Our Bakery Managers lead our team of skilled Bakers, Donut Fryers, Cake Decorators.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 1260 Crossing Meadows Drive
Location Name Onalaska
Do you have Grocery Manager, Shift Manager, Center Store Manager, or Retail leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is is Grocery leadership at Festival.  Our Grocery leaders lead our Grocery Stocking & 3rd Shift Stocking teams, ensuring that our shelves are well-stocked, faced & filled so our guests can always find what they're looking for.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 2500 State Road
Location Name La Crosse - Village
Do you have Grocery Manager, Shift Manager, Center Store Manager, or Retail leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is is Grocery leadership at Festival.  Our Grocery leaders lead our Grocery Stocking & 3rd Shift Stocking teams, ensuring that our shelves are well-stocked, faced & filled so our guests can always find what they're looking for.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 1125 East Johnson St
Location Name Fond du Lac
Do you have Grocery Manager, Shift Manager, Center Store Manager, or Retail leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is is Grocery leadership at Festival.  Our Grocery leaders lead our Grocery Stocking & 3rd Shift Stocking teams, ensuring that our shelves are well-stocked, faced & filled so our guests can always find what they're looking for.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 2151 South 42nd St
Location Name Manitowoc
Do you have Grocery Manager, Shift Manager, Center Store Manager, or Retail leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is is Grocery leadership at Festival.  Our Grocery leaders lead our Grocery Stocking & 3rd Shift Stocking teams, ensuring that our shelves are well-stocked, faced & filled so our guests can always find what they're looking for.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 1001 Main Avenue
Location Name De Pere
Do you have Grocery Manager, Shift Manager, Center Store Manager, or Retail leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is is Grocery leadership at Festival.  Our Grocery leaders lead our Grocery Stocking & 3rd Shift Stocking teams, ensuring that our shelves are well-stocked, faced & filled so our guests can always find what they're looking for.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 328 Washington Street
Location Name Fort Atkinson
Do you have Grocery Manager, Shift Manager, Center Store Manager, or Retail leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is is Grocery leadership at Festival.  Our Grocery leaders lead our Grocery Stocking & 3rd Shift Stocking teams, ensuring that our shelves are well-stocked, faced & filled so our guests can always find what they're looking for.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 810 East Washington Avenue
Location Name Madison
Do you have Grocery Manager, Shift Manager, Center Store Manager, or Retail leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is is Grocery leadership at Festival.  Our Grocery leaders lead our Grocery Stocking & 3rd Shift Stocking teams, ensuring that our shelves are well-stocked, faced & filled so our guests can always find what they're looking for.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 660 Hometown Circle
Location Name Verona
Do you have Grocery Manager, Shift Manager, Center Store Manager, or Retail leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is Grocery leadership at Festival.  Our Grocery leaders lead our Grocery Stocking & 3rd Shift Stocking teams, ensuring that our shelves are well-stocked, faced & filled so our guests can always find what they're looking for.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.
Location : Address 2534 Steffens Court
Location Name Green Bay East - Steffens Court
Do you have Grocery Manager, Shift Manager, Center Store Manager, or Retail leadership experience?  We want to talk to you!  Festival’s Grocery Operations Leadership Development program (aka GOLD), is an approximately 8-month jump start to all that is is Grocery leadership at Festival.  Our Grocery leaders lead our Grocery Stocking & 3rd Shift Stocking teams, ensuring that our shelves are well-stocked, faced & filled so our guests can always find what they're looking for.    This manager trainee program is approx. 5-months spent in the technical side (our leaders at Festival need to be able to jump in & work any role within the department to set their team up for success – that’s where the technical training comes in).  About 3-months is focused on the leadership side (we know often times individuals joining this program have prior leadership experience, but every company does things just a little bit differently, so this will provide a great leadership foundation to your career at Festival).   Beyond incredible career growth opportunities with a fun company, we also know that our leaders and associates need time away from work to balance their lives, so we’re proud to offer work-life balance scheduling for our Department Managers as well as 15 days of PTO for our full-time associates.    More about our work/life balance: Festival Foods has decreased scheduled work-week hours for department managers companywide. The new 40-hour schedule replaces the 45-hour plus weekly schedules that remain common throughout the rest of the retail & restaurant industry. “We recognized that associates who enjoy their lives outside of work are more productive while they’re at work,” said Frank Abnet, Festival Foods senior vice president of operations. “This change is about giving our department managers more time to do what they love outside of work.” In addition to the decrease in scheduled hours, Festival Foods has implemented core hours – a set window of time a department manager agrees to be in the store every shift. Outside of core hours, managers may choose to work earlier or later in the day to round out their shifts. “Say a manager and their leader have agreed that the associate will work core hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. That associate may choose to work 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. or 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m. on any given day. It’s their choice,” Abnet said. The freedom to choose their non-core hours increases flexibility. “This is a game-changer for department managers who seek more flexibility with their schedules, and we hope it will provide them a better work-life balance,” Abnet said.

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