TK Maxx is already looking for temporary Christmas staff to work in its Dublin stores over the festive period.
The stores located in Stephens Green, Blanchardstown, Ilac, Dundrum, Carrickmines, Liffey Valley and Swords are on the search for diligent and eager people to take on the roles.
TK Maxx is offering various hours available, Monday to Sunday along with a range of contracts, a competitive rate of pay, staff discounts and various other incentives. They like to make sure their Retail Associates get plenty of variety too - you might be on the cash registers one moment, or guiding customers on the shop floor the next.
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Those who do well will always be welcomed back when opportunities arise, according to the description. There may even be the chance to join on a permanent basis, and develop a career with them further down line.
But what’s in it for you? Well, according to the job description, it reads: “We have a culture that's defined by our values of honesty, integrity, and treating others with dignity and respect - you'll always be encouraged to be yourself, to use your imagination and to make decisions with your team.
"We'll give you the guidance and support you need to feel ready for every situation... As proud as we are of our past success, it’s our future that excites us most. We strive to provide opportunities for growth, recognition and a competitive salary and benefits package.
“Share our determination to think bolder and bigger, and be part of our future. Apply now.”
TK Maxx is the world’s leading off-price retailer of clothing and homeware worldwide. Their retail chains are located all around the world, including: the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Poland, Austria and the Netherlands, as well Australia, Canada and the United States.
You can apply for their Christmas jobs in Dublin here.
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