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Thorntons Job Application Form 2020

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

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

Working Time: Varies depending on the position.

Available Positions: Assistant Manager, Specifications Technologist, Senior Sales Assistant, Process Manager, Factory Operative,

Printable Application Form(PDF/DOC): NO

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Being one of Britain’s best loved brands takes a team of people who are dedicated, passionate, diligent, cheerful, thoughtful, resilient, ambitious and most of all consumed by the desire to make all of our customers (and colleagues) smile everyday.

This doesn’t happen overnight and here at Thorntons we take the time to ensure the people we recruit are as important as the yummy chocolates we make. On this site we have pulled together all the reasons why Thorntons is a such a fantastic place to work. You’ll find everything from how we started, to where we are going, stories from people who work at Thorntons, information about what makes us tick plus a whole host of handy bits of information to help you decide if you want to come and join the best sweetshop in town.

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About Thorntons

Thorntons is a British chocolate company established by Joseph William Thornton in 1911 and owned by Ferrero SpA since 2015. Turnover in its annual report of 2013 was reported at £221 million with 249 shops and 186 franchises together with internet, mail order and commercial services. When Cadburys became part of a non-confectionery specific group, Thorntons became the largest confectionery-only parent corporation in the United Kingdom; while it retains a minority of sales of its established toffee and fudge, the group shifted its specialism, after post-war rationing ended, into chocolate and developed wide Continental, Swiss and Belgian chocolate ranges which (alongside novelties and decoration) form the bulk its sales. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE Fledgling Index. While cutting back on its high street presence, sales and production have increased and a small minority of its shops have started afresh or diversified to become cafés. In June 2015 Thorntons was bought by Ferrero SpA for £112m.