IT’S AN EXCITING TIME TO BE A PART OF THE CO-OP, AS WE OPEN NEW STORES IN 2021-2022!
At REI, we aspire to be the heart of outdoor life and culture in our communities. As we expand our presence into these new locations, we look forward to connecting with the outdoor community, welcoming new and existing members to the co-op, and providing them with great outdoor gear and experiences.
Please see the following details, for more information regarding our upcoming new store openings in 2021-2022 (subject to change).
(PLEASE NOTE: Hourly Store Roles for each location will post a few months prior to opening. Exact hiring timelines & dates will be shared on rei.jobs, once available).
NEW STORE LOCATIONS & TIMELINES:
For a complete list of our recent new store location announcements, please click here: https://www.rei.com/newsroom/c/new-locations
Our Retail Store Roles are part and full-time roles supporting customer service, sales floor, back of house operations, and bike/ski shops.
Retail Department Sales Managers to lead our team of inspired guides in an assigned department in the store. This role reports into the Store Manager. Join a group of optimistic outsiders who take on the impossible together.
To be considered an applicant at REI, you must apply directly to an open position and meet the minimum qualifications for that position, which means that you must submit your resume directly to a posting on www.rei.jobs.
*You may create a job alert for any proposed new store openings for 2021 stores. Please continue to check back for the 2022 stores. This will notify you when a position in that city has been posted, and you can apply.
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