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Looking for job at IKEA available vacancies are · Safety Assistant · Team Leaders · Store Assistant · Food and Beverage Team Leader · Shunter Co-Worker

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  • Safety Assistant

    Location Exeter, South West England
    Salary £10.10
    Closing Date 17 June 2022
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  • Team Leaders

    Location Reading, South East England
    Closing Date 17 June 2022
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  • Store Assistant (Part-time)

    Location Reading, South East England
    Salary £10.10
    Closing Date 17 June 2022
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  • Food Co-worker (Part-time )

    Location Gateshead, North East
    Salary £10.10
    Closing Date 17 June 2022
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  • Food and Beverage Team Leader

    Location London, Greater London
    Closing Date 17 June 2022
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  • Shunter Co-Worker (Part-time)

    Location Doncaster
    Salary £12.00
    Closing Date 17 June 2022
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  • Warehouse Operative

    Location Peterborough, East of England
    Salary £11.60
    Closing Date 17 June 2022
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  • Customer Order Picker (Part-time)

    Location Gateshead, North East
    Salary £1,010
    Closing Date 17 June 2022
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  • Sales Assistant (Part-time)

    Location Gateshead, North East
    Salary £10.10
    Closing Date 17 June 2022
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  • Department Manager

    Location Reading, South East England
    Closing Date 17 June 2022
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Work Culture at IKEA

Enthusiasm, togetherness, and a “get-it-done” attitude is what IKEA culture is built upon. IKEA’re optimists, constantly looking for new and better ways to do things. Whether it comes to designing a rocking chair that fits into a flat pack or creating LED light bulbs everyone can afford. IKEA values are the foundation of IKEA work. They ensure that all of IKEA have a comfortable place to be IKEA best according to IKEA diverse backgrounds and ideas.

Job Benefits & Perks at IKEA

IKEA benefits package is one thing that makes IKEA a great workplace for all co-workers. Whether they’re full-time or part-time, hourly or salaried, all IKEA co-workers and their dependents are eligible for at least a portion of IKEA’s comprehensive benefits package. And if you work at least 20 hours regularly per week, you’re eligible for IKEA full benefits package. That is: Medical/RX, Dental/Vision, paid time off, parental leave, retirement, income protection, disability and more:

  • Parental leave
    Parents can have up to 16 weeks of paid parental leave. Because when you start a family, home is where you should be.
  • Co-worker discount
    Get a 15% co-worker discount on all merchandise as soon as you start.
  • Pet insurance
    IKEA helps you take good care of your furry and scaly friends. Works with any veterinarian, specialist, or emergency animal doctor worldwide.
  • IKEA meal deal
    Craving Swedish meatballs? IKEA co-workers can get those, and other delicious meals, in all stores and staff restaurants, for only $3 or $4.
  • Tack! retirement fund
    Tack! is the Swedish way to say “thank you”. With this reward program, IKEA show IKEA gratitude with tangible contributions deposited directly into your retirement Tack fund.

About IKEA

IKEA was founded by Ingvar Kamprad in 1943 and came to life as a mail order catalogue business in the forested town of Älmhult, Sweden. Today, it’s a global home furnishing brand that brings affordability, design and comfort to people all over the world. IKEA may have come a long way since IKEA humble beginnings, but IKEA vision remains the same: to create a better everyday life for the many people. Explore the IKEA story here, to learn more about IKEA heritage, what drives IKEA today and the ways IKEA seek to positively impact people and planet.

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