Brantano Job Application

Brantano Job Application Form 2020

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

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

Working Time: Varies depending on the position.

Available Positions: Assistant Manager, Sales Assistant, Supervisor, Part-Time Sales Assistant, Sales Manager, Store Manager, Buyers Assistant,

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Work at Brantano

Whether you are looking for a part time job or a career, Brantano is always on the lookout for talented and creative individuals to join its ever expanding team.
If you’re the type of person who’s a real team player and believes that hard work and commitment is the key to success then chances are you’ll do well at Brantano.
Above all, Brantano is a great place to work and every person is valued for their contribution. New ideas are encouraged and successes are acknowledged and celebrated.
We are also committed to developing young people and offer Apprenticeships and Graduate placements across the whole business.Whatever area you want to work in Brantano are committed to developing your skills and supporting you towards a rewarding career.

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About Brantano

Brantano Footwear is a European chain of retail stores specialising in footwear for men, women and children, originally founded in Belgium.

Brantano (UK) Ltd, British subsidiary, was started in 1998 by the purchase of 47 Shoe City stores from The British Shoe Corporation. The British subsidiary was owned by Macintosh Retail Group before being sold to Alteri Group for £12M alongside its sister company Jones Bootmaker, The company currently operates over 145 stores in UK.

The company originated from a small factory run by André Brantegem and his brother in Lede, East Flanders. The Brantegem brothers were sons of a cobbler. They specialised in ladies’ shoes which they sold towholesalers and retailers in Belgium. Eventually the brothers separated and in 1962 André intitiated a retail outlet at the factory. This evolved into the Brantano chain of shoe shops.

Brantano closed its Dutch and Danish stores in 2005, and subsequently liquidated its French stores.

In 2007, Dutch holding company Macintosh Retail Group took over ownership of Brantano.