Supermarket jobs generally, consist of shop assistants and checkout, counter as well as customer service staff who operate on the shop floor by ensuring that customer enquiries are dealt with and stock levels are maintained. However, there are also many back office roles within a supermarket which include marketing, advertising, finance, procurement and purchasing. This article shows where to find supermarket jobs.
Within the local community, there will generally be at least one local supermarket. Check their notice boards on a regular basis where vacancies may be advertised. Alternatively, write to the store manager enclosing a well written covering letter and a copy of your CV as well as provide a description of the kind of work that you are looking for. Alternatively, if you live in a small village, there may be a smaller express store which may be looking for employees. Supermarkets may also employ delivery drivers and night time staff, so make enquiries to ascertain the types of jobs that they have on offer. One way to do this is to consult their websites.
Many organisations now have websites and supermarkets are no exception. Some companies now require applicants to apply directly through their website rather than making speculative applications to the local store. All of the leading supermarket chains will have a job's and or career's section of their website and may advertise regularly in the following categories:
Types of vacancies
Shop floor staff which may include deli counter staff, shelf stackers, stock room controllers, bakers, customer service representatives and supervisors to name a few. Some of the back room staff may include: - Administrators - Marketing and Promotions - Finance - Management - Graduate jobs and careers - Logistics - Delivery workers, either driving delivery vehicles to deliver products to stores or delivering shopping to online customers are also types of jobs which are advertised by supermarkets. Some supermarket jobs' sites advertise both store jobs and website jobs in their regular advertisements or at home employment. Generally, at home employment will be freelance and may involve admnistration, customer service or maketing products and services of the organisation. Typical supermarket employers
The leading sources of supermarket vacancies include; - Tesco jobs - Morrison jobs - Asda - Sainsbury’s - The Co-Op - Aldi - Netto - Lidl Each of the above supermarkets will have their own application process, which usually consists of an online application followed by an interview in store.