Location: Coonagh - Tesco, Ennis Road, Coonagh, County Limerick V94, Ireland
Apply by: 12/10/2023
Coonagh - Tesco, Ennis Road, Coonagh, County Limerick V94, Ireland
Tesco Ireland is looking to recruit a Line Manager (Part-Time) responsible for the shop floor in our 5548 Store. This role will report to the Deputy Manager in the Store and will ensure that we are serving Ireland’s Customers, Community and Planet a little better every day. This role has the requirement to work across three shifts in the week.
For the ‘Line Manager’ role you have a demonstrated track record of:
We offer excellent benefits that help make Tesco a great place to work. These include but aren’t limited to:
*Entry requirements and rules of the scheme apply
Our vision at Tesco is to become every customer’s favourite way to shop, whether they are at home or out on the move. Our core purpose is “Serving our customers, communities and planet a little better every day”. Serving means more than a transactional relationship with our customers. It means acting as a responsible and sustainable business for all stakeholders, for the communities we are part of, and for the planet. Through initiatives like the Tesco Community Fund, our association with Children’s Health Foundation, our partnership with FoodCloud and our Stronger Starts programme, we have supported over 21,000 community groups, raised over €7.5 million for medical equipment, and provided almost 15 million meals nationwide, to those living in food insecurity.
Tesco has operated in the Irish retail market since 1997, and with 163 stores nationwide, we employ over 13,000 people in cities and towns around Ireland, supporting almost 45,000 jobs directly and indirectly. We partner with over 500 Irish suppliers - of which almost three-quarters are small and medium enterprises - which in turn supports almost 13,000 farming families around Ireland. Tesco is the single largest buyer of Irish food and drink in the world, buying €1.6 Billion a year; more than any other single country in the European Union, more than even the USA which you perceive as a massive buyer of Irish food.
We work closely with suppliers across Ireland who are dedicated to making the best products for our customers and this is reflected in the numerous awards our products have won over the years including Blás Na hÉireann, World Steak Challenge and Great Taste Awards.
We are proud to have an inclusive culture at Tesco where everyone truly feels able to be themselves. It is embedded in our values: we treat people how they want to be treated. At Tesco, we not only celebrate diversity, but recognise the value and opportunity it brings. We always want our colleagues to feel they can be themselves at work and we are committed to helping them be at their best.
We are building an inclusive workplace, a place to actively celebrate the cultures, personalities and preferences of our colleagues – who in turn help to build the success of our business and reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. We’ve taken steps to ensure our stores are places where everyone feels welcome to shop too, with colleagues all trained to support those with a visible or hidden disability through the Sunflower Lanyard programme.
We’re a big business with diverse working patterns and many business areas which means that we can find something that works for you. Everyone is welcome at Tesco.
We have embraced a blended working week – combining office and remote working. Our offices will continue to be where we connect, collaborate and innovate. Please talk to us to about how this can work for you.
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Click through the stages below to see what you can expect from the application process:
Once you find a job you want to apply for, you can complete the online application form for that role. This will contain some basic questions and a test to see how you would react to situations you could come across whilst working. You will also need to submit your right-to-work documents to be checked. Once you have submitted your application we will review it to see if you have the skills that we are looking for.
If successful we will invite you in for an interview at the location that you have applied to work in – for management roles there will be an initial telephone interview, before the face-to-face interview.
At the interview you will complete a variety of tasks depending on the role, including a face-to-face interview. You will be given the opportunity to 'have a go' at the type of work you have applied for: this could be on the shopfloor, or completing a driving assessment. This will give you the opportunity to decide if Tesco is right for you and if we think you are right for Tesco.