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Customer Assistant

£8.75 - £9.90 an hour
You could find yourself talking food or fashion, lingerie or luggage, shoes, boots or beyond. You’ll learn about Presentation, Availability, Commerciality and...

Barista

£8.55 an hour
Free pair of shoes after initial training. Please either click on the button below to apply, or you can pop into our Recruitment Centre which is located above...

Customer Advisor

£8.29 an hour
Pavers Shoes is one of the UK’s leading shoe retailers and recently acquired Jones Bootmaker. This role include Shop Bonus, Company Contribution Pension &...

Team Member

£8.25 an hour
Free pair of shoes every year *. Please either click on the button below to apply, or you can pop into our Recruitment Centre which is located above our...

Sales Team Member

But retail isn’t just about selling shoes. Every 60 seconds, 105 pairs of Clarks shoes are sold globally. And, as everyone loves new shoes, you’ll also get a...

Supervisor

£11.07 an hour
But retail isn’t just about selling shoes. Every 60 seconds, 105 pairs of Clarks shoes are sold globally....

Barista

£8.20 - £9.20 an hour
Always putting yourself in the customers’ shoes. O Keeping my shop beautifully clean and tidy. We currently have a vacancy in our Imperial Wharf shop....

Sales Consultant (Full Time) Tottenham Court Road

£9.14 an hour
Since 1964, Habitat has been challenging the way people style and shop for their homes. Put yourself in the customer’s shoes, put them first, react positively...

Sales Consultant (Full Time) Tottenham Court Road

£9.14 an hour
Since 1964, Habitat has been challenging the way people style and shop for their homes. Put yourself in the customer’s shoes, put them first, react positively...

Sales Consultant (Full Time) Tottenham Court Road

Sainsbury's Argos (part of Sainsbury's Group Plc)
London W1T
Since 1964, Habitat has been challenging the way people style and shop for their homes. Put yourself in the customer’s shoes, put them first, react positively...