Liverpool ONE outlets offer hundreds of festive jobs

Restaurants and retailers at Liverpool ONE are looking to fill hundreds of vacancies they gear up for the busy run up to Christmas with John Lewis alone looking to fill 100 roles. Tony McDonough reports

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Liverpool ONE businesses are looking to fill hundreds of vacancies. Picture by Tony McDonough


Businesses based at the £1bn Liverpool ONE retail and leisure complex are looking to fill hundreds of fester vacancies.

October to December is known as the ‘golden quarter’ for retailers, bars and restaurants. There is a huge surge in business in the run up to Christmas and many have to take on staff for the festive period to meet the demand.

Among the brands seeking seasonal staff this year are John Lewis & Partners which has a 100 vacancies up for grabs and JD Sports with more than 50 temporary jobs on offer. Other outlets looking for people include Zara, Pandora and Kenji.

A mix of full-time and part-time roles available to apply for online. Click here to view the list of roles available and to apply. 

Donna Howitt, place strategy director at Liverpool ONE, said: “Our recruitment drive aims to support stores and restaurants heading into the busiest time of the year, with the Christmas season fast approaching. 

“We are encouraging local residents to apply for the many job opportunities across our stores.

“Members of the local community can really benefit from the opportunity to start a career with some of the exciting brands we have at Liverpool ONE and, especially with Christmas coming up.

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“Our brands will benefit too from the wealth of local talent that we have on our doorstep. We’d encourage anyone considering taking up a new role to take a look at the Liverpool ONE website. New jobs are being added every day.

Liverpool ONE is celebrating its 15th birthday this year. Earlier this week it published a new report showing the huge impact it has had on the city since 2008. It claims it has generated £4.1bn in economic activity during that 15 years.

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