Find Morrisons vacancies on Morrisons vacancies website and third party vacancies websites.
Begin your search for Morrisons vacancies on Morrisons own website. Not only is it likely to have the greatest range of vacancies, but it has lots of information on Morrisons itself. Don't skip through the information on the website! Read it carefully, and learn as much as you can about Morrisons. Anything you can learn about Morrisons could be useful at interview.
- The vacancies section of the Morrisons website provides details on how to apply for specialized vacancies, like graduate schemes or head office vacancies.
But for shop floor vacancies at the local Morrisons store the site simply recommends that you go to the store and ask if there are any jobs available. But there is lots of information about Morrisons vacancies on the site, so do some reading up before phoning the store.
If you apply for Morrisons vacancies and get nowhere, don't give up hope of a job in retail! Even in an upturn many chains just aren't looking to fill many vacancies, but others may be taking on people. So try applying to Tesco, Sainsbury's, and the rest of the competition. You may have better luck somewhere else. By applying for many jobs, you'll get better and better at interviews and the application process, which makes it more likely you will be taken on somewhere.
You can also find Morrisons vacancies on general job search sites. Some job search sites might look too specialised for your needs, but try them anyway. For instance, the site Secs-in-the-city at first glance might seem to be just for potential secretaries, but it also provides general customer service vacancies.
Morrisons vacancies - visit the store
Before applying for Morrisons vacancies learn as much about the store as you can. You can learn a lot online, but the best thing to do is simply visit the store! Spend a few hours shopping there, and read all the notice boards and leaflets on display. Look for things you like about the store, and things you don't like! Talk to the staff as if you are an ordinary customer, for instance ask them where a particular item of grocery is to be found. Are they helpful? Friendly? Happy in their work?
If not, that's useful information about whether you want to apply at all! But, hopefully, the staff will give you a positive feel about the store, Morrisons stores generally have a good working environment. If the staff are friendly, chatty and not too busy you could even ask them directly about what the store is like to work in, and how best to apply for a job. There's nothing better than insider information! If you are at school, ask around, see if anyone has a Saturday job at Morrison's, and ask them what the deal is.
You will probably be asked at interview why you are applying for Morrisons vacancies. Go armed with lots of information about the store, and be ready for questions like this.