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January 8, 2011 at 3:48 pm #31879Learnist CareersParticipant
Debenhams Application Form
Debenhams is an elite British retail company that sells various lines of goods. They carry their own brands that were created by their very own designers. At present, they operate 160 stores in different parts of the UK and Ireland.
How to apply
Debenhams are always looking for talented new candidates who can contribute to the excellent service by the company. In order to apply for a Debenhams job you will need to have a good quality CV. Your CV must be updated to the current day, and highlight your past skills showing that you have:
Creative and commercial solutions
- Passion for fashion and retail
- Initiative â€“ offer ideas and suggestions
Retail experience is not essential but good thing to have so if you have previous retail experience highlight it in your CV.
A nice covering letter that tellling how suitable and right you are for the job to the interviewer.
Rewards and Benefits
The employees of Debenhams are entitled for paid holidays. They also offer flexible working. You can go for a â€œ4 days a weekâ€ schedule, which is suitable for working students and those who have other important things to attend to. You can scout for full time and part time jobs. They are also open for job sharing.
Working for Debenhams will entitle you to discounts that are exclusive only to people who are directly connected with them. You can also get discounts from companies that have certain partnership with them, such as cinemas and restaurants.
At Debenhams, you can work in any of their stores as a manager, supervisor, sales personnel, wedding adviser, food service adviser, maintenance personnel, merchandiser and stock movement assistant. Their head office is also open for positions under marketing, HR, finance, designing, e-commerce, IT and customer service. They are also looking for people to be posted in logistics.
Click here to visit Debenhams careers site to search and apply for vacancies.February 10, 2011 at 10:32 am #34984AnonymousGuest
Iâ€™m a very motivated individual, can work independently on my own or within a group of people. Iâ€™m reliable trustworthy and easy to get along with due to the face that Iâ€™m approachable, welcoming and easy to socialise with.February 23, 2011 at 4:46 pm #34985AnonymousGuest
I am 39 years old i have approximatley 14 years of experience in the retail bussiness,
I have experience in till work, stock taking, shelve filling, cashing up at the end of the days bussiness, i am also reliable, trustworthy, honest, williung to learn new skills.December 26, 2011 at 11:49 pm #34986AnonymousGuest
I’ve noticed that a lot of job application forms which are online ask if I am of legal school leaving age. I am finding this a dilema as I am 16 years old but I am in year 11- I am one of the oldest in my year with my birthday being right at the beginning of September. When I am asked if I am of school leaving age, should my answer be yes or no?December 30, 2011 at 6:18 pm #34987AnonymousGuest
Hello my name is Imad I am ready to work any work for free for two months
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