Choose Tesco jobs for choice, variety and satisfaction.
Tesco offer a wide variety of jobs, from planning aisle layouts to sourcing products in
The online Tesco job application form makes applying for jobs at Tesco straightforward. It offers three comprehensive pull down menus for searching by job area, region, and salary. If no vacancies are currently available in your area, you can redefine the search or register your details. The Tesco jobs office will contact you when an opportunity matching your requirements becomes available.
Tesco Jobs - Everyday Jobs
This section concentrates on the blue-collar Tesco jobs available to everyone, from students to grannies going back to work, rather than the high flying management jobs.
To get a Tesco checkout job, start by having a chat with staff at the local store. Go there at a quiet time and buy some groceries. Ask questions in a friendly manner as the goods are going through the checkout. The checkout workers are likely to give you good advice, from telling you which manager to approach, to what it's really like to work there.
For a customer-facing store job you need to be able to get on with people and be willing to "suffer fools gladly" or, better, be inclined never to regard customers as fools at all, but as human beings you want to help. If you find people frustrating, then a depot or shelf stacking type of job might be more suitable. In this case, stress your technical and organisational skills. Tell the interviewer about any hobbies that might demonstate the qualities required for a particular job. You can find stores and depots in your area from the Tesco jobs online site.
The Tesco jobs strategy is second to none, so you should check out the details of the career plans that Tesco offer if you seriously want to find a job in retailing.