IKEA Greenwich are looking to welcome Sales & Sustainability Assistants to join our Recovery team, where you will re-package, re-build and ensure we are people and planet positive. Here at IKEA - we believe everything should have a second chance in life, especially our products! In this role, you will help to repackage damaged goods so that we can give them a new lease of life. You will also work on rebuilding furniture to sell in our "Circular Hub" area to help us to reduce waste and offer even more affordable products to our customers.
We are looking for someone with a 'can do attitude', who can multi-task, be cost conscious and have a passion for being a part of something bigger.
This role is physically demanding & involves (safe!) heavy lifting.
Due to health and safety, you must be over 18 for this role.
Expected Starting Date: 17th December 2022
WHAT WE OFFER • £11.30 basic hourly rate - rising to £11.90 from 1st January 2023 • Living Wage Foundation Employer
• We operate 7 days a week, (7am-10pm) to meet the shopping needs of our customers, this role will require availability to work during the day, late evenings, and full weekends. This will be discussed at Interview
• Flexibility on availability to be discussed during interviews • We offer permanent contracts, advanced scheduling & regular weekend off
WORKING WITH US HAS ITS REWARDS Our co-workers bring unique ideas and talent to work every day and we offer a variety of benefits that suit their and their family's everyday needs.
• 15% co-worker discount & I-Benefits discount portal helping you save £100’s on Highstreet retailers • Free & Confidential Employee Assistance Program and Wellbeing Portal • X3 Life Assurance, enhanced statutory pension contributions & interest free loans • Holiday on Christmas Eve & Christmas Day • Family Friendly policies & benefits • Commitment to your development throughout your IKEA career, starting on your first day • Enjoy a free hot or cold meal option every shift!
WHAT YOU'LL BE DOING DAY TO DAY Your daily tasks include the responsibility to decide and act on how to handle products that have been returned by our customers, that have been damaged in the store or that are not possible to offer to our customers.
Take necessary action on products to give them a second chance, such as repackaging and assembly.
Always champion the sustainability impact when deciding to recover products.
You will contribute to improving our customers shopping experience, by minimizing all internal damages & unnecessary costs related to our products and improving their quality.
WE CARE FOR THE PEOPLE It takes the diversity of thought, background, and culture to make great ideas a reality. We welcome candidates from all walks of life to join us, where we feel valued for our uniqueness and recognized for our diverse talents.
RECRUITMENT PROCESS INFORMATION If you have any special requirements during the interview process, please let us know as soon as possible. First step, please attach an updated CV with your application so we can get to know you better.
Next step, if successful you will be invited to an interview with one of our hiring managers.
Come see things a little differently with us and be part of creating a better everyday life for the many.
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Some would call us idealists who want to change the world, but we are firm believers that we actually can have a positive impact on people, society and planet. We put our heads together to solve the big questions: how IKEA products can become circular by using material and resources in the best way, how to improve the lives of the people who create our products, and how IKEA can benefit the communities where we operate.