M&S is recruiting 300 colleagues this Christmas season in Northern Ireland. A variety of roles are now available in the 21 stores across the region in Clothing, Home and Food departments, with applications now open.
The increase in seasonal colleagues for Christmas 2018 will help the retailer make every moment special for customers over the festive period – from purchasing presents (which for most customers begins in November) right through to picking up the turkey or the extra bottle of wine on Christmas Eve.
Across the UK, the company is seeking 20,000 “Moment Makers” who can bring smiles to customers faces at the busiest and happiest time of year.
Simon Layton, M&S Head of Region for Northern Ireland said: “Customers come to us at Christmas for trusted quality and extra special service – whether they’re collecting the turkey they ordered online, purchasing Christmas Eve PJs for the kids or buying a new dress for the office party.
“We want to offer these customers the very best experience – that’s why we’re recruiting 300 new team members. Every year we value the additional colleagues we recruit and it’s great a number stay with us.
“For those interested in applying, retail experience is helpful, but what we’re really after are colleagues who are ready to be part of a hard-working team and help make every moment special for our customers.”
Whilst temporary roles appeal to many – including working parents, students and those just looking for a little extra spending money at Christmas – every year a number of M&S seasonal workers remain with the company. Last year 32 temps were offered a permanent role with M&S Northern Ireland in January and many have progressed over the years to management positions.
All new colleagues will have induction training. Rates of pay are competitive and colleagues enjoy a 20% discount on M&S products from their very first day.
To apply visit: http://careers.marksandspencer.com/
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