Working for The Worm that Turned
As a growing company we are always interested in people that would like to work with us. We want to know why you would like to join The Worm that Turned and what specific skills you can bring to the (garden) party, so please don't just send a CV without saying what it is you are looking for and why you want to work for us.
Current Job Vacancies:
We moved to our new store four years ago now and are still looking for talented people to join the team at our growing business. If that excites you, unless indicated otherwise, please write to us at our shop address telling us why you would like to work here. Please include a copy of your CV. Because we receive many requests (and are extremely busy) unfortunately we cannot always guarantee a reply, unless you request it and include a SAE or email address.
Specifically are looking for:
Warehouse & Fulfilment Operative Extraordinaire
Want to be a bigger fish? Help us run our central warehouse & fulfilment operation more efficiently and with more control than your current role? See more here
Customer Service Assistants
Everyone in the business from the Directors up is a Customer Service Assistant. We are interested in hearing from keen individuals with relevant experience. See here for more details. Unfortunately there were too many applicants to write back to people individually last time, so apologies if you were not successful on this occasion. Please reapply if you are still interested and update your CV. We only recruit for full-time positions to customer service and are not looking for holiday or temporary staff for this role.
Data is becoming increasingly important in retail and we are no exception. We are looking for data confident people to assist in a variety of tasks from accounts to data preparation and analysis. You must have and be able to prove excellent attention to detail. Please email Stuart with your CV.
The job can be built around the individual, so this role could be suitable for an apprentice where training is given leading to professional qualifications or depending on the person, someone more qualified, so we are equally interested in hearing from people who see data as their career rather than accountancy.