With businesses opening to full capacity and looking to rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic, employers in metro Phoenix and Arizona are looking to hire.

Below are announcements of available jobs in the Valley and in some instances, across the state.

This page will be continually updated.

Sept. 29

Fired Pie — The pizza restaurant is hiring 40 to 45 people.

The company is looking to hire managers, shift leaders and team members.

Fired Pie is offering wages up to $15 an hour a $45 sign-on bonus after 45 days.

The hiring fair will go from 1:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at all 20 Arizona locations.

More information can be found online.

Other companies hiring

Lou Malnati’s — The pizzeria is hiring 50 employees for its Mesa location that is scheduled to open later this year.

Positions are available for delivery drivers, kitchen crew and phone staff.

Interviews will occur in person or over Zoom depending on availability.

To apply, visit online or text “Lous” to 242424.

Honor Health — The Valley health care system is hiring for 1,200 positions.

Available positions include both clinical and non-clinical roles, such as registered nurses, allied health professionals, support services, including customer navigation coordinators and IT roles, and leadership positions.

Select full-time positions will get bonuses ranging from $1,500 to $15,000 based on the role and experience level.

To apply, visit online.

Arizona’s Children Association — AzCA has 153 job openings and is offering hiring bonuses.

Openings are primarily available for case managers and clinicians.

Bonuses of $500 for field staff and $1,000 for clinicians are available.

Carvana — The online car retailer is looking to hire for 1,500 positions.

All openings are full-time and remote indefinitely, with plans for a return to the Tempe offices in the future.

Apply online.

Verizon — The company has 29 open positions in Phoenix and Prescott.

Job seekers can apply online.

Banner Health — The health care system is offering signing bonuses upon hiring for some positions.

In Arizona, Banner is looking to hire registered nurses, certified nursing assistants, housekeeping/environmental services, culinary services and medical imaging.

A list of jobs is available online.

Fry’s Food Stores — The grocer is hiring for more than 800 positions statewide. Full- and part-time positions are available. Fry’s is looking to hire assistant department heads, all-purpose clerks, courtesy clerks, pharmacy technicians, department management positions, cheese mongers and more.

Interested applicants can apply online.

UPS — The package delivery company is hiring over 200 permanent, part-time employees for packing handling positions at its sortation hubs in Phoenix and Goodyear.

The jobs come with health care, retirement contributions, tuition assistance and a discounted stock purchase program.

Starting pay is up to $16 per hour.

Applicants should apply online.

CVS — The health services company is hiring to fill 500 service and clinical professional positions at its new Aetna One Advocate office in Chandler within the next 12 to 24 months.

Job opportunities are for customer service advocates, nurse case managers, care manager associates, health provider advocates, customer service managers and supervisors, and clinical health services supervisors.

Applicants should apply online.

Barro’s Pizza — The family-owned pizza chain is looking to hire 400 people for its more than 40 locations in metro Phoenix and Tucson.

Most positions are for counter personnel, cooks and delivery drivers at all locations.

The restaurant is hiring immediately and applications are available online.

Arizona Downs — The horse racing track located in Prescott Valley is now hiring for multiple part-time and full-time positions for the 2021 race season.

Job opportunities are available for both food service and security.

Experience is not required and on-site job training will be provided.

The food service positions start at an hourly rate of $13, and the security positions pay starts at $14.

Applicants can apply at the track in-person or online.