Taking responsibility for a number of Bunnings stores, our Area Managers are motivated by their desire to maximise sales and profitability. To do that, they know they need to travel from store-to-store to stimulate, support and inspire their teams, taking control of each individual’s training and development, and ensuring that boosting standards of customer service is everyone’s top priority. It’s a role that calls for a wide-ranging set of skills and attributes, not least confidence and enthusiasm, the ability to make decisions and take responsibility under pressure, and a knack for great planning and organisation.
These are the people who are responsible for ensuring customers find what they’re looking for and that Team Members are inspired to provide an outstanding service. You’ll enjoy full responsibility for running your store, shaping a culture with customer service at its heart, and leading by example every step of the way. From organising the training of your team, to managing stock levels and store recruitment, you’ll see every day as an opportunity to make the atmosphere in your store the best in the business for customers and employees alike.
Supporting the Store Manager to lead, support and motivate the team to ensure a great retail experience for our customers. The Assistant Manager will make sure the store is full, clean and tidy at all times whilst ensuring the team is well trained to perform all their tasks effectively and safely.
When Line Managers are busy elsewhere, our Team Leaders step in to oversee the smooth running of their department. It means supporting Team Members in every way they can, as well as championing the importance of outstanding customer service. Line Managers will also look to Team Managers to support them in the day-to-day running of the department, so you’ll need to be ready to help out wherever you can.
The Activities Organiser (AO) supports the store Leadership Team to deliver true community involvement in their local area. The AO will ensure the store is an exciting place to shop by arranging in-store activities and working with local communities and groups both in and around the store. This means working with local community groups, organising in store product demonstrations and DIY workshops, running children’s events such as face painting and themed entertainment and regular charity events.
If putting a smile on customers’ faces and helping others really makes your day, you’re bound to like working as part of our Café team. It’s an informal environment with a real family feel in which you’ll have the autonomy to make business decisions and have some fun along the way. Experience of making and serving drinks, operating a cash register and maintaining stock levels is helpful, but it’s your attitude and values that are the most important. We’ll look to you to demonstrate your product knowledge and lead by example in all aspects of running a successful café in-store. You’ll need to be a confident communicator who’s enthusiastic and friendly, able to work as part of a team and willing to learn.
Our store-based Delivery Drivers help our customers with larger items that require a home delivery. We look for people with great customer service skills, a full clean UK driving licence held for over 12 months, and good planning and organising ability.
We’re always looking for great people to join our team. Ideally you will be CAD trained and motivated to offer a great service to customers around our Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathroom offering. We can offer a range of contracts. You’ll need to be flexible to support our busiest times, which can include weekday, evening and weekend work, as well as public holidays.