The work of our electrical engineers is vital in keeping our retail operation moving. Help us to maintain our state-of-the-art John Lewis warehouses in Milton Keynes and work with an experienced team who will support you in developing your career. We’ll also reward you with a set of industry leading Partner benefits. These include store discounts, the ability to extend your annual leave each year, working family support and much more.
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As an electrical engineer, you’ll help carry out reactive and planned maintenance on state-of-the-art automated warehouse equipment. The work you carry out for us will be essential in keeping our operation flowing smoothly.
As you provide a technical presence at one of our sites, you’ll be supported by a team of experts. They’ll give you full training on the equipment, as well as all of the support you need as you settle in to your new role.
In an electrical engineering role with us, you’ll get the opportunity to work on exciting new projects. Plus, you’ll be encouraged to develop your skills further to progress in your career.
We have many benefits that can help you financially. Not only do Partner receive generous discounts in both John Lewis and Waitrose, we also have teamed up with many organisations across the country to offer discounts (such as restaurants and travel companies). Based on the performance of the Partnership, you could also be rewarded with a Partnership bonus, paid annually.
We understand just how important it is to have the best support in place for you and your family. That’s why we have a range of benefits to do just that. Including our market leading Equal Parenthood Leave available to every Partner, regardless of how they’ve become a parent.
Who doesn’t enjoy time away from work? Our time away benefits are here to be enjoyed. Exclusive hotels just for Partners, ticket subsidies, sport clubs and societies and the opportunity to buy an extra weeks holiday every year! What’s not to love?
We’re invested in the financial, physical, mental and social wellbeing of all our Partners. Changes in society and the workplace are putting new pressures on workers, and we’re more committed than ever in supporting Partners and helping them fulfil their potential whilst. making sure they are happy, not just in work, but outside of work too.
The Partnership supports flexible working, such as when, where and how you work. Working flexibly may mean different things to help with your own work-life balance. For example, it might mean flexible or compressed hours, job sharing or shorter hour contracts. You’ll have the opportunity to discuss this further with the hiring manager during your interview.
The Partnership has a Defined Contribution pension scheme where your contributions will be matched by the Partnership (up to 8% of pay) and, after three years’ service, you’ll receive an additional Partnership contribution of 4% of pay, regardless of whether you pay in or not.
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