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Posted by: Estelle wain
« on: March 30, 2018, 02:11:24 PM »

I want to apply for job vacancy shop assistant at wilberfoss  costcutter
Posted by: Glenys
« on: April 22, 2013, 07:46:14 PM »

I personally wouldn't want to work for Costcutter, it's not my cup of tea, but if you like small independent type of "supermarkets" then go for it
Posted by: Charlotte Chris
« on: February 18, 2012, 02:33:38 PM »

Costcutter Application Form

Costcutter are always on the lookout for enthusiastic, talented and well driven candidates with a passion for exceptional customer service. Do you meet the above requirements? Why not apply to work within Costcutter?

As well as running their stores, they also have an online side of the business where you can search for current vacancies and apply for them within a few clicks of your mouse.

How to Apply

They also run their own Facebook and Twitter pages where they update with any new vacancies or new stores opening, that way, you’re always in the know. You’re also more than welcome to take your CV and a covering letter into your local store if you know they are already looking for new staff. If you decide to do this instead, put your CV and covering letter in an envelope addressed to the store manager, and hand it in to the person in charge, just for peace of mind really, that you know it’s going to be seen.


The interview process at Costcutter is a simple 1:1 interview with the store manager, or the assistant store manager. Try to arrive at your interview 5-10 minutes early, have a smart appearance; black trousers/skirt, black or white shirt and black shoes, also don’t wear a lot of make-up. The interviewer will want to know about your previous experience, they will also be interested in hearing about your roles in your previous jobs. They will ask why you want to work at Costcutter and why you think Costcutter should hire you.

Benefits and Salary

If you become an employee at Costcutter, you will be entitled to health insurance.

The salary at Costcutter is quite competitive, for a customer service assistant, you’re looking at a salary of around £15,000pa, for assistant store managers and store managers, your salary all depends on your previous experience, they will discuss more during your interview.

Click here to visit CostCutter job site to apply for latest vacancies.

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