Working as a Design Assistant
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Top Companies for Design Assistant
We're becoming a company that is on the side of passengers and freight users; that is easy to engage with and is an efficient and dependable partner; a company people are proud to work for; instinctively recognised as an industry leader.
As one of the world’s largest fashion companies with more than 161,000 employees worldwide, H&M is an exciting and dynamic place to pursue a career within the fashion industry. Our business concept is to offer fashion and quality at the best price in a sustainable way and with our fast expansion we are always looking for new talents. H&M Group comprises of eight independent brands: H&M, COS, Weekday, Cheap Monday, Monki, H&M Home, & Other Stories and ARKET. We have over 4,100 stores across more than 66 markets worldwide. Our values reflect the heart and soul of H&M. They define what it takes to work here and how we do things. When we interact with colleagues and customers around the world, our values help us develop and grow. We want to be at the forefront of both fashion and sustainability. Our employees play a key role and can contribute to more sustainable fashion, today and in the future.
We might have six decades behind us. But at River Island, we don’t feel our age. Our brand is as fresh, exciting and forward-looking as it’s always been. With 300 stores across the world, an award-winning online fashion retail site, one of the biggest in-house design teams on the British high street and a deep commitment to nurturing new talent, we’re one of the most successful fashion retailers in the UK. But watch this space. We’re only just beginning.
It started with a shirt. Well, eight to be precise. In 1991 when Johnnie couldn’t find a ‘just right’ shirt, he crafted them himself from his kitchen table. Years later and he’s fronting a major British clothing brand with a turnover of £350 million. It took hard work, determination – countless cups of tea – and brand values that we still champion today; stylish, grounded, uplifting. We’ve now outgrown Johnnie’s kitchen and are based at the significantly larger Boden House in West London. We’ve got a gigantic warehouse in Leicester, an office in a trendy part of Boston and a warehouse in Pittston, Pennsylvania Together we might put a spring in the step of over 1.7 million customers worldwide and a team of over 900 who take that joy and weave it into our colourful clothing. Stylish, grounded, uplifting – these values live through everything we do. Without the collaboration, honesty and friendship between our teams, we wouldn’t be where we are today. We keep our teams happy with a generous clothing allowance, free toast and fruit plus one epic summer party. It’s a formula that makes it a pretty jolly place to work (did we mention the summer party?). We curate a world of beauty that’s ethical, inclusive – and importantly – good fun. We inspire you to live your best life. We are Boden.
We are engineers – and scientists, mechanics, computer geniuses, HR professionals, sales experts and designers. We are also hackers, electricians and consultants. We're a global community, from factories to office floors. We are also known for our engineering expertise and ingenious solutions that our customers rely on. Our people are proud of their achievements and are inspired to be the best they can be because of the impact they have on UK society. So how do we make a difference? We take on tough projects and provide solutions. We build infrastructure where there is none. We energize the world, help industries run smoothly and create the digital tomorrow. We empower our people to own and thrive on these challenges, enabling them to maximize their potential. We have over 15,000 people across 25 major offices and 13 manufacturing sites in the UK, and being part of a network of 351,000 people in over 190 countries we are creating innovation every day to help change the future.
Global construction and engineering group Laing O'Rourke has built a reputation for designing and building major commercial and industrial properties, roads, rail systems, entertainment complexes, airfields, and maritime support facilities. The group works on several of the UK's private finance initiative projects for public-sector infrastructure. Laing O'Rourke operates primarily in Europe, but also has growing operations in the Middle East, Asia and Australia. Chairman and CEO Ray O'Rourke founded the group in 1978 and acquired Laing Construction in 2001. The company is part of a consortium (including CH2M Hill and Mace) that will manage development of London's Olympic Park.
M&S is British value-for-money retailer focused on own label businesses, including Food, Clothing & Home and Bank & Services in the UK and internationally. Today, we operate a family of businesses, selling high-quality, great-value own-brand products in the UK and internationally, from 1,509 stores and over 100 websites globally. Together our 70,000 colleagues across our stores, support centres, warehouses and supply chain serve nearly 30 million customers each year.
We’ve been changing the way the world is powered for the last 100 years. Now, with an increased focus on electrification, our innovative concepts are set to revolutionise the next 100. We have always pursued clean, safe and competitive solutions. Now, that task is more urgent than ever and our technology will play a fundamental role in enabling the transition to a low carbon global economy. As one of world’s leading industrial technology companies, few companies are better placed than us to help society transition to a low-carbon economy and this will drive our competitive advantage in the long term. We are committed to creating an environment where everyone can be their best and be themselves. We're fostering diversity, and focused on representation, equality, wellbeing and development . Our people are our power. As we push the boundaries of technology and reinvent the culture of Rolls-Royce, we're shaping a new era. One that's every bit as momentous as the times we've reinvented ourselves before.