Since in 1944, we have evolved into an international multi-channel retailer of fashion, food and homewares. The management seems quite detached from the general staff regarding communication and interactions. They play a critical strategic role in our business. . Head Office management visit stores regularly to ensure that issues are resolved as quickly as possible and to share ideas and opinions. Store Managers have to adhere to the Company policies and procedures but they can also open the door each day to their own agenda. This all means that there are lots of opportunities and great career prospects for people across a broad range of disciplines and backgrounds.
Our Buying department is split into fashion and food. Head Office serves our network of stores, and ultimately our customers. Duties include controlling overheads, maximising sales performance on every product, controlling stock loss and wastage, ensuring the best results from company audits and making sure that your yearly targets are reached and exceeded. Financial analysis and reporting influence all of the major decisions we make. This is often subject to change due to management changes and budget restrictions. Our guiding principle is to deliver good quality products at competitive prices. Join us and become a crucial member of one of our most vital teams.
Employees are mostly friendly and easy to get along with. A Manager in Dunnes Stores would drive productivity within the team and look for opportunities where standards can be improved and where positive results can be maximised. The beauty of Dunnes Stores is that each store is operated like a mini business on its own — and store managers are the one in the driving seat. These decisions filter through the Company and are enacted extremely quickly. The key aim of our Buying department is to ensure that Dunnes Stores customers get great products at excellent value. Head Office ensures that our wide range of products are sourced cost-effectively and distributed to our 134 stores, and online. Arnotts Plc; Brown Thomas Group Ltd.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the interaction with customers and other staff. The most enjoyable part of the job was the friendly atmosphere between members of staff. In our foodhalls, we strive to support local Irish suppliers and provide the widest, freshest range of products for our customers. We look for marketers capable of crafting cohesive campaigns in line with our various brands, across fashion and food. They assist throughout the day and sometimes throughout the night in ensuring that products are replenished and re-merchandised to a high standard.
We also collaborate with leading Irish designers including Paul Costelloe and Carolyn Donnelly. They are the face of the Company and meet and greet customers on a daily basis, offering them high quality service through the appropriate training and support. Buying and Selling is clearly the backbone of any retailer, and in Dunnes Stores it is no different. We currently employ almost 15,000 people. They are the face of the Company and meet and greet customers on a daily basis, offering them high quality service through the appropriate training and support.
I learned how to provide excellent customer service and developed my communication skills as a result. Store Managers have to adhere to the Company policies and procedures but they can also open the door each day to their own agenda. They assist throughout the day and sometimes throughout the night in ensuring that products are replenished and re-merchandised to a high standard. Dunnes Stores offers a very extensive range of products. These are fast paced and challenging roles, where the main objectives are to maximise Customer Service, Sales and Standards.
Principal Competitors: Tesco Plc; Musgrave Group Plc; Roches Stores Ireland Ltd. The atmosphere in the workplace was good, all members of staff got along and were very friendly towards each other. Our Marketing team know what the consistent, solid image of Dunnes Stores means to our customers. Do you have what it takes to be one of them? Dunnes remains committed to its status as a private, independent company. Too many managers then and they all say different things so there's no coherency and you could still get in trouble for doing a job the way one manager told you to do, if the other managers don't like how it was done. Buying The backbone of retail is buying and selling. We are now accepting applications from the best and brightest across a wide variety of Career Opportunities.
Eventually left as I couldn't stand the bullying anymore. Buying and Selling is clearly the backbone of any retailer, and in Dunnes Stores it is no different. The Company is still family-owned and the family members are still very active in the day to day running of the Company. This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, motivated and ambitious individual to join a new dynamic team in a challenging and fast paced retail environment. Within each department there are sub departments and within each sub department there are a lot of different types of positions at all different levels. I worked in Dunnes for 12 years and it was awful, management were condescending and rude, had no appreciation to how hard you were working and still demanded more.