H Samuel Job Application Form 2018

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H Samuel will take on employees

According to the information from and notifications of Human Resources Department of H Samuel Company, you can search for H Samuel recruitment notices and get information about the firm, as a result, apply for a job, from our website.

Minimum age to work H Samuel: Age limit is 16 years or older.

Working Time: Varies depending on the position.

Available Positions: Temporary Christmas Sales, Temporary Sales Associate, Assistant Manager Designate, Apprentice Sales Associate, Permanent Sales Associate, Part Time – Fulltime.

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H.Samuel is undoubtedly one of the UK’s favourite Jewellers. Whether it’s a special purchase for a loved one or just an everyday indulgent moment for yourself, H.Samuel are the ultimate gift specialist.

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About H Samuel

H. Samuel is a mass-market jewellery chain, operating in the United Kingdom and Ireland. It is the number one middle mass-market jewellery store in the United Kingdom. There are 303 stores as of 16 February 2015. An increasing number of the chain’s stores trade in a new format known internally as ‘Millennium format’ stores. These are typified by removing the arcade-style window displays and having low-level display cases up to the lease line in mall stores and having large ceiling to floor windows in High Street stores. This means the customer can not window shop and must enter the store to see what is on sale.

The chain is part of the Signet Group who also own the Ernest Jones and Leslie Davis high-street jewellery stores in the UK. Signet Group, listed on the London and New York stock exchanges also owns Sterling, the largest speciality jewellery retailer in the United States of America, which operates the number one Kay brand, Jared the Galleria Of Jewelry and a further ten regional brands.

In 2005 the chain launched its first e-commerce site.

Some H. Samuel stores were formerly branches of Ratner’s Jewellers, which were re-branded following that brand’s spectacular fall from grace in 1992.

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