In 1970, entrepreneurs David and Barbara Green, along with their young family, began making miniature picture frames in their garage. A few years later, on August 3, 1972, the Green family opened the first Hobby Lobby store with a mere 300 square feet of retail space. Hobby Lobby has not stopped growing since.
Today, Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., headquartered – more...in Oklahoma City, OK, operates almost 900 stores across the nation that average 55,000 square feet. Hobby Lobby is an industry leading retailer offering more than 70,000 arts, crafts, hobbies, home décor, Holiday, and seasonal products.
Hobby Lobby is included in Forbes’ annual list of America's largest private companies. While Hobby Lobby continues to grow steadily, the company carries no long-term debt.
We are always looking for experienced retail managers to join our growing family. All of our retail managers learn the ropes by starting at the co-manager position. Promotions to store manager and other senior retail manager positions always come from within the company.
Applications for our co-manager positions are only accepted online at http://careers.hobbylobby.com/. Applications for our non-management retail positions are available at your local Hobby Lobby store.
We believe that it is by God's grace and provision that Hobby Lobby has endured. God has been faithful in the past, and we trust Him for our future. We are committed to:
• Honoring the Lord in all we do by operating the company in a manner consistent with Biblical principles.
• Serving our employees and their families by establishing a work environment and company policies that build character, strengthen individuals, and nurture families.
With Hobby Lobby’s Super Savings & Super Selection®, we have everything you need to Live a Creative Life!®
Store hours are Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. All Hobby Lobby stores are closed on Sunday. – less
Written by Cashier (Former Employee) from Leesburg, VA on February 10, 2020
The main focus of a Hobby Lobby employee is to serve the customer. We must always tend to the needs of any customer that enters the store. In order to assure that Hobby Lobby employees are expected to greet customers, and help them with anything they might need. The hardest part of the job was the outdated purchasing system, nothing has bar codes, - more...