Selfridges
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Selfridges Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1909
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Jobs

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Group People Analyst

London

20 hours ago

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HR Business Partner

London

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18 hours ago

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Motion Designer

London

1 day ago

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Regional Computer Support Analyst

Manchester

3 days ago

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Fulfilment Operations Manager

Birmingham

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3 days ago

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Logistics Lead

Birmingham

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3 days ago

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Retail Operations Analyst

London

6 days ago

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Finance Analyst - Digital

London

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6 days ago

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Resourcing Consultant

London

8 days ago

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Front End Developer

London

10 days ago

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Assistant Marketing Project Manager

London

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14 days ago

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Infrastructure Project Manager

London

17 days ago

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Divisional Manager Menswear

London

24 days ago

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Contract
Digital Trade Manager - Menswear (FTC)

London

27 days ago

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Beauty Department Manager

Birmingham

25 days ago

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Marketing Project Manager

London

24 days ago

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Senior Project Manager (Fire Safety)

London

21 days ago

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Service Desk Team Leader

Leicester

30+ days ago

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Quality Engineer

London

28 days ago

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Procurement Category Manager - Retail Services

London

30+ days ago

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Salaries

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Sales

Sales Assistant
£17,091 per year
Sales Associate
£9.37 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 471 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Sales Associate in London
on 18 April 2021
Great work environment
I was a part of the Christmas team a few years ago & it was such a great experience. Aside from spotting the odd celeb or two, the management & associates were incredible to work with. I was grateful to have had my contract extended & would have continued working there if it weren’t for university commitments.
Team member at E-commerce área in London
on 15 April 2021
working for an agency
I started working here in december with an agency. overall the enviroment is pretty good, colleagues and people are amazing, I became kind of internal team leader in 2 weeks because I handle very good my position and other positions in the deparment, they maked me a very nice and cute publication in their internal social media. but the job finished the last week of january because low online orders. I wanted to keep working there but i couldn't. I think I am returning soon, but with the agency again and how they didnt offered me a contract directly with selfridges I am looking for other job. because with the agency Is just €9 per hour €6.72 after taxes and they just pay 6.00 hours per day, so I cant give the best of me in selfridges with that few money to live. but anyways very amazing place
Sales Associate in London
on 9 April 2021
stressful environment
the environment is so stressful, brands are pushing their staff so hard to make the sales even though it isn't very rewarding. Managers are clueless and don't deal with staff as human. Some areas are very slow-paced and dead. Customers are polite and nice. Rules are extra strict in terms of looks and outfits. Overall, My work work experience ever.
Stock Controller in Oxford Street
on 12 March 2021
Organization and control
Friendly place, amazing management. Check and control of the work, tasks and goods! Always you ask a question always they give you answers. Correct guidelines
Sales Assistant (Part-time) in Manchester
on 11 March 2021
Competitive
it’s a laid back job and your just done as your told and go with the flow given it’s quite a big company you do make friends and establish great work relationships given the events that they do which is quite nice. The environment was quite toxic there was a huge divide between staff and they made a distinction between “original” “agency” “temp”. And personally it took me a good few months to settle. There is a huge competition between staff you work with given the commission based work staff tend to abuse this system and take away sales from those who earned it, I’ve seen it with my own eyes where a co-workerHad took a sale off a new temp due to her “targets being low” they like to abuse their power in terms of how long they’ve worked for the company. Personally my manager was quite off putting as I felt targeted weather it was because I was new or hadn’t worked as long as everyone else I’m not sure.
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Interview insights

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview questions

The Selfridges interview style is pretty standard for a retail job. After compleating the online test, if you are successful then they will invite you to complete a video interview. This involves you recording yourself for a maximum of 60 seconds answering the questions that are shown on screen. You can retake the videos as many times as you like to make it the best. The questions are more than likely to be adapted for each role. For example, I applied to become part-time sales staff at Christmas (working in the food court) so they asked questions like "Why do you like Christmas?" and "what is your favourite Christmas food?". Try and answer these questions with confidence and make sure you look smart and well presented. If you passed the video interview stage, you may get a phone call or an email (for me it was both) saying that they would like to invite you to a group interview. For me, it was a group interview followed by a 1 to 1 interview with a department manager. On the day, make sure you arrive at least half an hour before the start time, make sure you look presentable (i would advise men wear a suit and women wear a blouse and a blazer or something as long as it looks smart). During the group interview, you will have to watch a short video about what it is like to work at Selfridges and all of the staff will then introduce themselves and their positions in the company. The first task is to get to know the person sat next to you asking then questions and the ones up on the projector. Youll have to remember this information as later you will stand up in pairs and introduce your partner to the group. After this, You will be given a number and split off into groups to compleat a task. My task as it was a Christmas position I applied for, we had to create a gift hamper for a Mum using the products they had out. As a group discuss why you have picked each product and present this to the rest of the group. Try and get as involved in this task as possible as this will show your ambition to solving problems and teamwork skills. Finally, you will have a short break and then invited to a short 1 to 1 interview where they will ask you the usual interview questions like "Why do you want to work at Selfridges?" or "What will you bring to the Selfridges team?". If you have been successful you will get a phone call to book you on an induction day.

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