Recruitment kicks up a gear for Indian Mumbai, Delhi Apple Stores

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What you need to know

  • Apple is actively recruiting for two new Indian Apple Stores.
  • Roles are available in Mumbai and Delhi.

Apple is ramping up recruitment for two new Indian Apple Stores, with both Mumbai and Delhi retail outlets in need of team members.

According to a LinkedIn post (opens in new tab) spotted by 9to5Mac, recruitment is now up and running with those interested in joining Apple being told to apply via the Apple Careers (opens in new tab) website.

Today marks one of the major milestones in creating History for Apple Retail in India… 🥳🥳🥳 We are now LIVE 🇮🇳 and we are bringing our very 1st 2 stores to India in Mumbai & Delhi! 🎊🙌🏻🤩A job at Apple is unlike any other you've had. You'll be challenged. You'll be inspired. And you'll be proud. Because whatever your job is here, you'll be part of something big and extraordinary.So if you're someone who's passionate about delivering exemplary experiences and enriching lives, this is the place for you. 😊You can now apply to our store roles through the Careers website.

There is no indication of when the new stores will be open and ready for business, but current positions are listed as being available at "various locations within India." It's thought those locations are Mumbai and Delhi — the two locations where Apple Stores are set to open.

Apple opened its online store little over a year ago and the company likely sees India as a key area of growth both online and at physical stores.

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