Jobs advertised for Primark stores in Belfast, Newry, Lisburn, Ballymena, Newtownabbey and Omagh ahead of shops reopening
Job adverts are now appealing for temporary retail assistants - between 8 and 12 hours per week - in stores throughout NI.
Applicants are advised they will need to work shift patterns - including Sundays.
And successful applicants must be available to work Bank Holidays.
The adverts are asking for applications from wannabe retail assistants in stores in Belfast, Omagh, Ballymena, Newry, Londonderry, Newtownards, Lisburn and Newtownabbey
The advertisement says: “Are you a retail lover with a passion for customer service?
“We’re looking for enthusiastic individuals with the right attitude to join our store as a Retail Assistant.
“Whether it’s a part time role, full time or weekend our Retail Assistant team are the core of our business and play a vital role in the success of our stores.
“You will assist the operational team in delivering world class customer service within a fast paced environment.
“We offer great promotion opportunities if you decide you want a career with us, we pride ourselves in developing our employees within our business.
“Even if management is not for you, we offer great training to help you further your skills!
“As a Retail Assistant, there are 6 main things that you need to succeed in our business:
1. A hunger to deliver exceptional Customer Service
2. Positive attitude
3. Flexibility and determination
4. Willingness to learn
5. An eye for fashion and trends
6. A committed team player
“In return, we’ll offer you flexible working patterns and train you on product knowledge, visual merchandising and most importantly offer you a GREAT place to work. Are you ready for the journey of your life? What are you waiting for?
“Go on.. apply now!”
The advertisement adds that the “Contract finishes 28th August 2021”.
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