As summer fades and the leaves start to turn, we are pleased to release the September issue of the Retail Appointment Magazine. We have an issue packed with jobs and great retailers from all sectors vying for your attention when it comes to your next role!
On the front cover, we have DIY phenomenon Screwfix whose editorial piece on page 4 is all about the top 10 reasons behind their terrific success story. We’re not going to give it away here, but if you fancy finding out why now is the best time to join up, check out their advertorial in the digital edition.
We also have some great opportunities with supermarket Morrisons who are looking for talented, customer-focussed store managers, senior managers, team managers and store HR managers nationwide.
On page 11, we talk to three M&S section managers about running a successful retail department. What’s the difference between a shopper stopping to pick up a purchase and walking on by to another area of the store? Find out online. They’re recruiting now, so if you like what you read, apply here.
Beauty brands Sally and Liz Earle are looking for making the magazine look fabulous advertising for store staff from customer advisors to management and support centre staff, so if you like the sound of a good looking future then check out their vacancies.
Charles Tyrwhitt, the legendary menswear brand, are seeking retail professionals who are just the perfect fit so if you have a background in customer service or apparel, you could be earning great rewards.
American lifestyle brand Gant is looking for staff for its new store opening in Leeds and you would not believe the list of benefits they have in store for future employees. Take a look here and try to resist sending your CV!
Elsewhere in clothing, we have Uniqlo and wide-ranging clothing and accessories group VF recruiting for a variety of roles across their stores.
We also have furniture sensation Dwell seeking sales consultants and luxury department store Selfridges seeing a department manager to take responsibility and deliver through product, people and service.
Meanwhile, if you like the idea of running your own store, Games Workshop is seeking retail store managers who can grow sales, lead a team and recruit new customers.
Finally, Nando’s is seeking great managers who can turn their hand to hospitality, with the famous passion and flair that’s made Nando’s such a hit!