IKEA is the world's largest home furnishing retailer, with 135,000 co-workers and operations in 43 countries. The Customer Support Centre in Peterborough serves the whole of the UK & IE customers. Working at IKEA mean that's you are part of an inspiring, fun and fast paced environment. We believe in every co-worker's ability to develop, because –
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IKEA – What if you could shape the future?
What if...we always side with the many people? What if we try to design new behaviours instead of new products?
At IKEA we strongly believe there are many ways to grow
We offer exceptional career and learning possibilities. We encourage you to try different roles, change between functions and even move abroad (if that’s what you want). You can design your own career path according to your development plan and future goals. We especially believe in everyone’s ability to develop and you don’t always need professional qualifications to take on new roles. Leadership in IKEA is based on our values and cultural heritage. IKEA leaders develop a trustful climate and encourage an open and honest dialogue and that enables all co-workers to develop new ideas and innovation. This means as leaders we believe in our people, involve our people and care about our people to make them all feel important. We invest in our co-workers’ development by offering a variety of internal training programmes. And while of course your professional development is important, we also think your personal development is just as important too.
Strong values make IKEA an inspiring place to work
At IKEA We believe that every individual has something valuable to offer and we strive to have the same values in the way we work. Our values are the foundation of everything we do. What's it like to work at IKEA? Watch our short film to hear directly from our co-workers.
Diversity & Inclusion at IKEA Group
We actively promote diversity in everything we do because we know that we all have unique life experiences that can help shape what makes us IKEA At IKEA, we respect each other, our differences and are open to everyone making a contribution. So no matter where you work in the world, you'll most likely rub shoulders with a diverse group of people - with different backgrounds, special skills and a quirky sense of humour. We want to promote a diverse and inclusive environment where the uniqueness of each if us makes IKEA better. We encourage all co-workers from different backgrounds to be themselves and we work together utilising our differences, creating a better business and a better workplace.
- UK&IE Recruiter (6 Month Fixed Term Contract) GlasgowGlasgow
- Safety and Security Specialist- 40hrs Peterborough Customer Distribution CentrePeterborough
- IKEA Local Facility Management Specialist- LeedsBatley
- IKEA Local Facility Management Specialist (Belfast)Belfast
- Kitchen Planning and Installation ConsultantBirmingham