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Philippine Seven Corporation

  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

About Philippine Seven Corporation

  • Retail, Sales & Consumer Goods

Corporate Profile

Opening its first store in 1982 at the corner of EDSA and Kamias Road in Quezon City, Philippine Seven Corporation (PSC) is the leading retail convenience store chain in the country with over 2,996 outlets as of date.

Its strategic partnership with the President Chain Store Corporation (PCSC) of Taiwan in November 2000 provided PSC with additional know-how, support and enhancement in its organization's operating system in order to pursue its expansion and growth objective.

7-ELEVEN emphasizes value and convenience to its customers by offering a wide range of quality goods and services, including proprietary and innovative fresh food products.

The business operates with a well designed store layout, coupled with a bright and lively environment to ensure a pleasant shopping experience for its customers.

Recruitment Process

  • Online Application
  • Phone & Online Interview Screening
  • Online Assessment
  • Hiring Manager Interview
  • Job Offer & Pre-Employment Requirements
  • New Employee Orientation

Remuneration & Career Growth

Join The Innovator Of Convenience

The world's No. 1 friendly neighborhood store is looking for passionate and independent individuals who, with proper exposure, mentoring and career development, will occupy key posts within the company. The job is open to those who qualify and pass the stringent selection and training process.

Compensation & Benefits

  • Recognition of Outstanding Employees
  • Performance based Incentives & Bonuses
  • Medical and Life insurance coverage
  • Learning and Development

Jobs & Opportunities

Locations With Jobs & Opportunities
  • NCR, Mandaluyong
Hiring candidates with qualifications in
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Business & Management
E
Engineering & Mathematics
F
Food, Hospitality & Personal Services
I
IT & Computer Science
L
Law, Legal Studies & Justice
P
Property & Built Environment
T
Trades & Services