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Work for Us

If you would be interested in joining our team complete the form below

Counter Assistants @ Belfast City Centre

8-24hrs per week  | Various Contracts | Must be fully flexible to include Thursday and Friday evenings/weekends/weekdays
(Closing Date 30th September)

Part Time Counter Assistant @ Lagan Bank

16hr contract | Fully flexible, to include evenings & weekends
(Closing Date 1st October)

Counter Assistant @ Banbridge Town

8hr contract | Week days
(Closing Date 1st October)

Counter Assistant @ Blanchardstown, Dublin

25hr contract | Must be fully flexible
(Closing Date 30th October)

24hr Supervisor @ Next Donegall Place

(Closing Date 30th September)

Supervisor @ Pumphouse

20-24hr contracts
(Closing Date 2nd October)

Counter Assistant @ Ballymoney

2 x 10hr contracts
(Closing Date 5th October)

Confidential Employment Application

Please tell us how you heard about this job by selecting from the list below.


Current Driving Licence?

Details of Endorsements


Employment History / Work Experience

Please list, starting with the latest, any previous positions you have held, with a brief description of duties and dates and reason for leaving

Relevant Experience to this Post

How do your skills, experience and abilities relate to this post and your reason for applying

Any Criminal Convictions (Pending or Spent in last 5 years)


Please name 2 referees, who should have knowledge of you in a working and personal capacity

These referees will be approached if you are shortlisted for an interview, unless you specify otherwise

Private & Confidential Monitoring Questionnaire

We are an Equal Opportunities Employer. We do not discriminate on grounds of religious belief or political opinion. We practice equality of opportunity in employment and select the best person for the job.

To demonstrate our commitment to equality of opportunity we need to monitor the community background of applicants for appointment and our employeems as required by the Fair Employment (NI) Order 1998

Please Answer Both Sections

Section A

Regardless of whether we practice religion, most of us in Northern Ireland are seen as either Catholic or Protestant. We are therefore asking you to indicate your community background by ticking the appropriate box below:

Section B

If you do not complete Section A of this questionnaire we are encouraged to use the “residuary” method which means that we can make a determination on the basis of personal information on file/application form.
Note: It is a criminal offence under the legislation for a person to “give false information ... in connection with the preparation of the monitoring return”.

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