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Thanks for your interest in joining B&Q. Due to adopting new ways of working encompassing social distancing measures, we’re only recruiting in a few stores right now, If you’re interested in a temporary role as a Customer Advisor (hours and shifts will vary, store by store) please contact your local store to find out if they have any vacancies, or ask instore if you see a poster advertising vacancies in B&Q store windows. To apply for any other roles (Store Delivery Drivers, Team Leaders, Store Management and Store Support Office roles) keep an eye on our careers site as these will be advertised online, as usual, when available. Stay well. B&Q Recruitment team. When you join B&Q, you become part of our family. A family full of truly decent people who value each other for who they are and together believe that anyone can improve their home to make life better. You'll work to make millions of customers' home improvement dreams come true, while we do the same for your career goals too.
Wren Kitchens, a family-owned business, has been an industry leader in kitchen manufacturing in both the UK and US for over 35 years and has now become the UK's fastest-growing designer, manufacturer and retailer of fully assembled kitchen cabinets. All of our kitchens are manufactured by us in our three factories, which means we can guarantee the quality and control our kitchens' prices, making sure we are lower than the competition. We design our kitchens in our 100+ world-class showrooms across the UK and plan to continue our expansion with many more. We're proud to say that we manufacture all our kitchens out of three, state-of-the-art factories, here in the UK. Wren is famous for having the biggest range of kitchens. We provide tailored kitchens at DIY prices. And with the largest range of colours and styles, Wren provide the creative freedom to inspire customers and build their dream kitchens. In 2019 & 2020 Wren was proudly named #1 top-rated retail workplace in the UK. In addition to this, The Telegraph recognised us as the fastest-growing bricks and mortar retailer and the Sunday Times ranked us as the 12th largest, privately owned company in the UK.
Homebase have recently made some significant changes to ensure that we create a sustainable future for our business and our teams. We are a leading retailer of home improvement and outdoor living products in the UK and Ireland and we are excited about bringing new ranges into our stores and upskilling our team with great product knowledge. Our customers don’t just visit us for a tin of paint or a packet of screws. They’re looking for ideas and inspiration from a wide range of products and that’s why we have recently introduced new concessions into our stores, Silentnight, Ponden Home Interiors and Tapi flooring as well as Dulux decorating Hubs, providing our customers a wider choice of products. Ultimately we delight in helping our customers make their house a home.
It all started in Dorset, back in 1946, with local pioneers John Farrow and Richard Ball. The pair built their first factory in Verwood, Dorset, and went on to supply paint for the Ford Motor Company, Raleigh Bicycles, the Admiralty and the War Office. As the 1960s came to an end, John Farrow and Richard Ball sold their growing business to Norman Chappell. But soon after, a devastating fire destroyed much of the original factory, this meant we moved to our current home near Wimborne where we’ve crafted our paint and wallpaper ever since. We are a luxury British lifestyle brand that prides itself in creating richly pigmented paint and handcrafted wallpaper using only the finest quality ingredients and an eco-friendly water base. Today the unique Farrow & Ball look transforms modern and traditional homes, large and small, inside and out, around the world. With more than 60 showrooms worldwide and a global network of stockists, we’ve never forgotten our local Dorset roots. The key to our success is our passionate craftsmen, showroom teams and support functions who ensure that our customers have an excellent experience at each stage of their journey with us.
Saint-Gobain designs, manufactures and distributes materials and solutions for the construction, mobility, healthcare and other industrial application markets. Developed through a continuous innovation process, they can be found everywhere in our living places and daily life, providing wellbeing, performance and safety, while addressing the challenges of sustainable construction, resource efficiency and the fight against climate change. This strategy of responsible growth is guided by the Saint-Gobain purpose, “MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER HOME”, which responds to the shared ambition of all the women and men in the Group to act every day to make the world a more beautiful and sustainable place to live in. €38.1 billion in sales in 2020 More than 167,000 employees, located in 70 countries Committed to achieving Carbon Neutrality by 2050 For more information about Saint-Gobain, visit www.saint-gobain.com and follow us on Twitter @saintgobain
Wolseley is a leading plumbing, heating, cooling and infrastructure trade specialist merchant in the UK, with the stated aim to be the service-led partner of choice to trade professionals across the country. We take pride in offering excellent specialist know-how, being easy to do business with, offering confidence that the price is right and making sure we deliver on our promises. We build our businesses through the quality of our people; the excellent service they provide and their strong relationships with customers and suppliers. We invest in our colleagues with training focused on developing core skills and offer an award-winning pension and rewards package. Our support centres at Warwick and Ripon and our three national distribution centres support a network of over 550 branches up and down the country, with all our people working together to give our customers great service every day.
The IKEA way. Our story 17-year-old Ingvar Kamprad founded IKEA in 1943, selling household goods like pens, wallets, and picture frames. Småland, the province where Ingvar grew up, was a stony and rugged landscape. Smålanders are said to be thrifty and innovative, with a “no-nonsense” approach to everyday problem solving. Surely, this heritage transpires in the IKEA way of doing things and partly explains our success. Today, around one million people are working with us, directly and indirectly, to bring our vision to life and create a better everyday life for the many people. And this is just the beginning.
bathstore is the country's leading specialist bathroom retailer with 166 stores across the UK. Our heritage and expertise means we truly understand bathrooms and we understand what you need to achieve your dream bathroom. So we help you get it. From inspiration to installation and beyond, we are here for you every step of the way. The quality of our products is superior. We have worked with some of the top European designers to make our bathrooms beautiful and many of our ranges are exclusive to bathstore. We then work directly with global manufacturers to make them affordable. We love bathrooms. We cannot be beaten on price, so much so we guarantee it. Our prices are the lowest around - so if you happen to find the same product elsewhere for less we'll beat it. Guaranteed.
Better for you, us and the wider world. At Vodafone, we're restless and passionate about creating a better future. A more connected, more inclusive, and a more sustainable world. We believe technology is only as powerful as the people using it, to create a better tomorrow. Join us today and be inspired to make an impact you can see and feel. #TogetherWeCan