Walgreen's corporate structure is made up of 10 separate divisions with multiple career opportunities in each division. Marketing handles all product and brand marketing for the company. E-Commerce, IT and engineering maintain all hardware and software, along with developing new processes to advance Walgreen's technologically. The facilities and real estate team help locate store fronts and building sites for expansion at Walgreen's. Other corporate departments include the Walgreen's corporate management team, finance, legal, human resources, merchandizing and procurement, sales and strategy and business development.
At local Walgreen's locations, a variety of positions report to management at the local level. Managers then report to corporate headquarters concerning inventory, sales and other areas. Local managers hire their own local team members to fill a variety of positions at the in-store level. Possible team member positions include beauty clerk, store team lead, photo specialists, service clerks and management trainee positions. Internships are also available at the in-store level.
The distribution division at Walgreen's is made up of five departments and operates 19 distribution centers that distribute products to over 7,500 retail locations. As a division of the Walgreen's company, the distribution management team reports to the corporate office. Opportunities at the distribution centers include management positions, team members, maintenance positions and human resources positions. Internships are also available. Distribution centers handle all of their own finances, human resources, inventory and productivity.
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