Who in Maryland is hiring during COVID-19 pandemic

While many businesses have been forced to shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are some industries that are in need of extra staff. While retail, hospitality and restaurant jobs have been particularly hard hit, jobs in health care and critical retail positions such as grocery stores and drug stores are hiring.

The Daily Record is compiling a list of businesses and industries around Maryland who may be looking to fill jobs at this time. If you have a listing to add email Special Products Editor Patrick Brannan.

  • Allied Universal, a leading security and facility services company, is seeking to hire more than 80 security positions for Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. A virtual job event will be held July 14 from 10 a.m. to noon and July 16 from 4 to 6 p.m. You can join the online hiring event at this link to be speak with a hiring manager.
  • Power Home Remodeling, one of the nation’s leading exterior home remodelers has open sales positions around Maryland including Greenbelt, Towson, Perry Hall, Hunt Valley and Bel Air. Visit this link for more information.
  • Holly Poultry in Baltimore is hiring for a variety of positions including in production, warehouse roles and accounting. Resumes can be emailed to hr@hollypoultry.com.
  • KaRDS Cyber Solutions is looking to fill more than 100 positions. It specializes in a variety of cyber technology areas with a focus on defense. Visit their website for more information about open positions.
  • Sprouts is hiring for positions at its new Baltimore store scheduled to open in late July. A virtual hiring fair with video interviews will be held June 10 and 11. Visit their website for more information and to apply.
  • Sani Clean, a commercial and residential sanitizing company, is looking to fill positions. Visit their website or call 410-878-7104 for more information.
  • On Time Staffing is a national onsite workforce management company with operations in eight states including Maryland. It is currently hiring general labor and warehouse workers for the Rite Aid Distribution warehouse in Aberdeen. Online applications can be found here.
  • Grassroots Cannabis recently completed a 20,000-square-foot expansion of their  a location in Taneytown that will allow them to increase its workforce by 35%. For a listing of job openings click here.
  • Annapolis Micro Systems, a technology company with more than 35 years of history, has openings for a variety of positions. Find more information here.
  • Domino’s pizza is hiring. You can search the company’s job listings here.
  • The Maryland Department of Labor has a running list of companies hiring for positions around the state.
  • In Baltimore, the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development has a list of job openings in a variety of industries.
  • The U.S. Postal service is hiring entry-level and career positions. From mail and package delivery to mechanics and custodians there are a variety of positions available. Applications can be found on the USPS website.
  • Amazon announced plans to hire around 100,000 warehouse and delivery workers. According to Amazon’s job website, there are several jobs listed at different locations in Maryland.
  • CVS is also looking to expand staff across Maryland. According to the company website, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and increased need in health care, it is looking to fill about 32,000 full- and part-time positions.
  • 7-Eleven is looking to fill around 20,000 positions at it stores. You can do a search for specific positions here.
  • Giant Food is looking to fill positions at it Hanover and Springfield, Virginia facilities.
  • Aldi had a list of nearly 170 positions on its website.
  • Walmart announced plans to hire around 150,000 temporary workers. You can find a list of positions in Maryland here.
  • Lowes is looking to hire seasonal workers too.
  • Walgreens is also looking to add workers.
  • LinkedIn also has an article with information on who is hiring.
  • Lidl opened a regional headquarters and distribution center in Cecil County that will add around 200 full-time jobs.


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