A spike in consumer demand for dairy products has led to Müller launching a major recruitment drive.
To cope with rising demand, the dairy brand has “significantly” raised its total output. However, with demand expected to remain high, and with some workers self-isolating during the coronavirus outbreak, the company is now looking to recruit up to 300 additional workers.
The new staff will be a “key role” in manufacturing and delivering a range of essential dairy items, Müller said.
The nationwide vacancies range from delivery derivers and dairy technicians to factory operators, packaging operatives and garage mechanics.
Milk & More, the brand’s milk and grocery doorstep service, is also looking to recruit 100 milkmen and women following a record 25,000 new customers in the past week during the UK’s ongoing lockdown.