If you're looking to lock down a job in home improvement, spring is the season to do it. Lowe's Canada jobs will be looking to fill over 4,700 full-time and part-time seasonal positions and 700 regular positions as part of its seasonal hiring campaign. The home improvement retailer, which operates and services nearly 600 stores, will hold its third annual National Hiring Day on March 14, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.\nAccording to Lowe's news release, those interested in applying should visit their local stores to meet with employers.\nIt's also possible that applicants could receive job offers on the day that they applied. So, you could be working as early as that week.\n"Our seasonal employees play a vital role in our organization by supporting our stores during our industry's peak months, from May to September, enabling us to provide the same exemplary level of customer service. We are seeking driven, dynamic, and customer-focused applicants to join our teams," said Marc Macdonald, Senior Vice-President, Human Resources at Lowe's Canada.\n"Applicants will find career opportunities with us that live up to their ambitions as well as plenty of avenues to develop their skills and deepen their knowledge," he adds.\nView this post on Instagram Here is my office! Need help with your DIY projects, come visit me at the Pro Services desk. #lowescanada #proservices #homeimprovement #kevinmcnabb A post shared by Kevin D McNabb (@kevindmcnabb) on Feb 1, 2019 at 5:05am PST\nA variety of available positions are being offered including, cashiers, drivers lumber yard clerks, sales associates, receiving clerks, stockers, and administrative support associates.\nIt is also worth noting that you don't need any prior experience to apply.\nView this post on Instagram The sun may be setting earlier, but it’s just as beautiful. 🌅 A post shared by @ lowes_canada on Nov 13, 2019 at 6:14pm PST\n"Experience in the home improvement sector is not required for submitting an application since all new employees will have access to training and mentoring suited to the various positions. To accommodate student applicants, the hiring date for most seasonal jobs is flexible," reads a statement from the news release.\nIf you get the job, you'll be entitled to several exclusive benefits, including discounts and education incentive programs.\nHowever, if you are looking for something a little different, both the Toronto Zoo and Ripley's Aquarium are also looking to hire new employees this spring.