Almost 100 people apply for chance to work at new Boston supermarket

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Around 50 hopefuls queued up for a chance to work at Boston’s newest supermarket earlier this week after 100 applied for 15 jobs.

Fifteen new jobs will be created when mint opens for business on the Boston Shopping Park on Saturday, May 27.

There has been lots of interest in the positions available from local people who turned up at Fydell House in Boston on May 10, keen to land a job at the new store.

Operations Manager David Lambert with prospective employee Sophie Marston

Located on the Boston Shopping Park off Horncastle Road, mint is a new concept in supermarkets, offering a British aesthetic and high-quality branded products at an affordable price.

David Lambert, Operations Manager at mint, said: “We had a very productive and really enjoyable recruitment day.

“Forty-four people came along on the day and we’ve also had nearly 100 CVs emailed to us.

“We’re delighted with this response from the residents of Boston as we believe our workforce can reflect the cultural make-up of the area.”

Boston’s Mayor Elect, Councillor Bernard Rush, will officially declare mint open at 12pm on Saturday, May 27.