Thankfully, Marks and Spencer jobs vacancies are on a dedicated internal website, which makes it much easier to find opportunities, without it being necessary to trawl through job hunting websites and the listings of employment agencies.
This internal Marks and Spencer jobs website can be found at corporate.marksandspencer.com/mscareers, and the rest of this article is dedicated to explaining how an applicant can navigate this website through the job-seeking and application processes.
- To find the latest job openings, click on the "Vacancies" link on the menu on the left side of the screen.
- On the new page, you will see a list of nine areas of work, ranging from Customer Assistant to Head Office to Graduate Training. Click on the option of interest to you.
- While some of these links will connect to different pages, most of the options will lead you to a screen detailing the application process, which you should read and accept.
- The next screen is a conventional job searching application which asks you to choose, in descending order, the Role, Region, specific Store, Department, Contract Type, Shift Pattern and Preferred Number of Hours in which you are interested.
- Throughout this process, as you select more and more of your preferences, you will see the list of Marks and Spencer jobs narrowing to fit your increasingly exact requirements.
- When you see a job which interests you, you can begin your application. At this stage, this is still 100% online.
- You must provide some personal details and your contact information to register an application account on the Marks and Spencer site, before being asked to complete a short online test to judge your suitability for your role.
- This will be assessed, and if you are found to be a good candidate, you will be invited to an interview.
- In this case, you will arrange your interview by pressing the green button labelled "Book Interview" from your Marks and Spencer applicant's account hub, where you can choose your ideal interview time.