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According to the information from and notifications of Human Resources Department of Bonmarche Company, you can search for Bonmarche recruitment notices and get information about the firm, as a result, apply for a job, from our website.
Minimum age to work Bonmarche: Age limit is 16 years or older.
Working Time: Varies depending on the position.
Available Positions: SALES COLLEAGUE, TEMPORARY STORE MANAGER, ASSISTANT STORE MANAGER, COPYWRITER
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Bonmarché believes that “great people make great companies” and this is key to the success of our business and brand, creating a vibrant working environment which resonates with our target customer.
Our colleagues are based at our Head Office and Distribution Centre at Grange Moor, Wakefield, West Yorkshire and in our stores throughout the UK, typically in high street or shopping centre locations.
We actively promote personal development and continuous improvement, ensuring that everyone has the skills and knowledge they require to perform their role to the highest level, driving the business and brand forward.
Looking to refresh your career, why not explore our opportunities further?
Bonmarché (pronounced bon-mar-shay) is a clothing retailer based in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. The business was founded in 1982, and was acquired by the Peacock Group in July 2002. The clothing retailer has over 380 stores nationwide, employs over 4,000 people and is the United Kingdom’s largest budget fashion retailer selling womenswear in a wide range of sizes – especially plus size clothing.
Ranges include casual and formal separates, outerwear, swimwear, lingerie nightwear and accessories, all designed for larger women. In March 2011, it was reported that Peacocks were looking to sell Bonmarché, and in January 2012, the business was sold for an undisclosed sum to private equity group Sun European Partners.
The first Bonmarché store opened in Doncaster in 1985, and this was the start of the chain that grew into more than 300 stores, a huge headquarters at Grange Moor and a turnover of more than £200M. Mr Chima retired and left two sons to run the business, before they sold to the Peacock Group in July 2002.