Company HQ location: Manchester, Greater Manchester
Industry: Retail Sector
No of employees: 70000
You know that feeling you get when you meet someone and you just 'click'. It's great isn't it? You don't have to explain yourself or try to be something you're not. You can just relax, be yourself and know that that's good enough!
Well, get ready to feel that way about a career with the Co-op, because we offer a refreshingly different approach to big business. One that's really down to earth and straightforward. One that involves and includes everyone. And importantly, one that offers a world of opportunity and a uniquely different approach to work and life.
Join us and you're one of 70,000 people working together to make a decent, fair, ethically and morally strong business succeed. You'll enjoy loads of support too and every opportunity to develop, progress and help us shape a better future for our members, the local community and the wider world.
We believe the more successful you are, the more successful we are, and the more we can give back to the people and places that need it most. If we're talking your language then get clicking to find out more.
Whether you're just setting foot on the career ladder, or have a wealth of experience in your chosen field, there are few organisations that can offer you such broad access to quite so many careers. We believe that's what truly sets us apart.
That, and the fact that wherever your skills and interests lie, here you'll be part of a business that cares about making a huge and positive impact to the lives of its colleagues, customers and the communities it serves. And that's something you can really feel proud to be part of.
You can work across the following areas:
Actuarial, Pricing and Ask
Admin, Secretarial and PA
Business Data & Analysis
Communications and PR
Community and Social Goals
Customer Service and Contact Centre
Finance and Audit
Programme and Project Management
Property Construction and Facilities Management
Risk and Health and Safety
Technical and Product Development
Principles are more valuable than profits.