Ocado Job Application Form 2021

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Ocado Job Application Online

Ocado will take on employees

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

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

Working Time: Varies depending on the position.

Available Positions: Permanent Delivery Driver, Meat & Fish Preparation Operative, Weekend Delivery Driver, PMP Transfer

Printable Application Form(PDF/DOC): NO

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Ocado are the world’s largest and fastest growing online grocery retailer. With the online grocery market growing at over 20% each year, it’s always a good time to join us.

Due to continued growth we are rapidly expanding our home delivery team and looking for drivers who can offer our customers the best service possible.

Want to be more than just a warehouse worker?

At Ocado you will be part of our team of ‘Personal Shoppers’ who receive, pack and load our customers’ orders using highly advanced technical systems that enable Ocado to be an award-winning service. It’s a varied and rewarding job where you get to think on your feet and have a variety of different roles and shifts available.

Ocado Salary Info

  • Delivery Driver £9.51 per hour
  • Driver £9.12 per hour
  • Truck Driver £10.46 per hour
  • Warehouse Worker £14,534 per year
  • Order Picker £14,542 per year

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About Ocado

Ocado is a British online supermarket. In contrast to its main competitors, the company has no chain of stores and does all home deliveries from its warehouses. Ocado has been voted the best online supermarket in the UK by Which? readers every year since 2010. The company was floated on the London Stock Exchange on 21 July 2010 and is currently a member of the FTSE 250 Index. It has its headquarters just outside London, in Hatfield, Hertfordshire.

Ocado History

Ocado was founded in April 2000 by Jonathan Faiman, Jason Gissing and Tim Steiner, former merchant bankers with Goldman Sachs. Ocado was launched in January 2000 as a concept and started trading as a business in partnership with Waitrose in January 2002. When the company first started, Faiman, Gissing and Steiner ran every part of the business themselves.

In September 2006, Michael Grade became non-executive chairman of Ocado, shortly after Goldman Sachs were appointed as financial advisers, fuelling speculation which had already started about a listing for the company.

In November 2008, the John Lewis Partnership transferred its shareholding of 29% into its staff pension fund. It also agreed a five-year supply deal with the business, replacing its previous one-year rolling deal. This deal was replaced in May 2010 with a 10-year branding and supply agreement. Procter & Gamble took a 1% stake in the company the same year. In February 2011, the John Lewis pension fund sold off its entire Ocado shareholding.

On 13 July 2009 Ocado released their first app for the iPhone. The app, called ‘Ocado on the Go’, allows users to do their grocery shopping without the need of a PC. On 19 April 2010 the company extended the app toAndroid devices. The Android app has a number of features that the iPhone app does not have, including the ability to control the app using only the voice.

In July 2010 Ocado, following considerable speculation, undertook a stock market Initial public offering.