Love Wawa? The Company’s Filling 5,000 Positions in Its Spring Hiring Event

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Bubba, 2, leans out of his owner's pick-up truck parked in front of the first Wawa convenience store, opened in April 1964, in Folsolm, Pa. Jacqueline Larma/AP Photo

Like George Harrison said, I don’t need no “Wah-Wah”.

But I do need Wawa coffee.

If you think you can put up with hearing that joke a couple times a day, you could snag one of the 5,000 Wawa jobs the cult-fave gas station/convenience store chain is looking to fill during its annual spring hiring campaign.

These Wawa jobs range from customer service to management, according to the company’s press release.

Wawa operates more than 790 stores across six states: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Florida.

The company says every store will have job opportunities posted over the next three months, but some stores have been hosting open house-style Wawa Career Wednesdays, which started on March 28 and continue through April 18. Stores that are hosting the events will have signage posted outside, the company notes.

Besides being known for its made-to-order hoagies, Wawa has a reputation for offering its employees competitive wages and benefits like health insurance and a 401(k).

Tiffany Wendeln Connors is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She probably eats too many Wawa hoagies. And breakfast sandwiches. And cinnamon rolls. And candy bars.