Dunelm Mill Application Form
Dunelm Mill is a British based home furnishing store that currently has over 125 stores across the UK, over 40 of which also have a coffee shop on site. They sell everything for the home from rugs and sofas, to blinds and bedding. They also have a factory which manufactures Blinds and curtains, as well as an online store. So with that in mind you can be sure of a great and long career with Dunelm Mill.
Dunelm Mill actively employ via the Jobcentre plus, so chances are if you are a job seeker you may have come across one of their adverts already in your search If you want to work there the best thing to do would be to send your local store a copy of your CV with a covering letter explaining your desire to work with the store. They also list vacancies within their own website, so that would also be a good place to look to see if there are any current vacancies that might suit you.
When looking for employees, Dunelm Mill is an equal opportunity employer and will give an equal chance to people of all ages, genders and ethnic groups. They are one of the UK’s most disabled friendly employers, and are always looking for people who are looking for more than just a job.
Once you have applied for a job, if you have the necessary skills they will contact you via telephone or email to invite you to an interview. This is usually with the department manager of the store, or the store manager. At the interview you will be asked a series of questions designed to see how you relate to customers and colleagues, to see if you are a good fit with the company ethic. They will expect you to be helpful, friendly and keen. A smart casual dress is usually recommended for interviews at Dunelm Mill, so perhaps a fashionable top or sweater paired with smart trousers or skirt. Following the interview you may be asked to attend a training day, trial day or second interview, don’t see this as a unsure response on their behalf, but rather that they would love you on board, and just want to ensure that Dunelm Mill is really for you.
Once you have been offered the job follow the offer up with an acceptance letter, confirming your start date.
All the best in your new career!