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John Lewis


John Lewis is the UK’s largest department store group with a network of 28 selling branches, plus distribution centres and production units, stretching from Aberdeen in the north east of Scotland to Bristol in the south west of England.

Within our stores, we set out to meet our customers’ needs for fashion and household goods. Of course, tastes constantly change and so does our range of goods, but the objective has stayed very much the same: to offer customers a wide choice of styles and prices in every category, while guaranteeing high quality standards and competitive prices.  Our department stores offer over a million different lines. There are fashion goods for men, women and children, of whatever age; electrical goods, from the latest IT hardware to huge American fridges; furnishing fabric by the kilometre; furniture for every room in the house; lighting; gardening equipment; sports goods; toys; watches; cameras; books; and more.

Waitrose is the supermarket division of the John Lewis Partnership, with over 180 branches across the country.  Offering oustanding customer service and a wide range of quality products, Waitrose was voted the nation’s favourite supermarket in a recent ‘Which?’ magazine survey.

Whether your interest lies with John Lewis or Waitrose, our teams are as diverse as the products we sell.  We recruit experienced professionals from a variety of backgrounds. In all cases, we look for people who have good communication skills coupled with an outgoing and friendly personality, common sense, the ability to work in a team, commercial awareness, energy, resilience and adaptability.

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