The Partnership understands that having truly flexible Partners can ensure we meet both the needs of the Partnership and provides Partners with a work-life balance. This supports us in achieving our ultimate purpose – the happiness of our members.
We even have a rule (number 47) as part of our constitution which highlights our responsibility in promoting each others wellbeing and recognises the importance of a healthy balance between the needs of the Partnership and the personal life of Partners
Flexible working will mean different things to you based on your personal needs, the requirements of your role and how this supports you in achieving your goals at both work and home.
Conversations about flexible working are welcomed in the Partnership, please feel free to discuss flexibility at your interview
Here are some examples of how our Partners already work flexibly.
Working Mums and Working Dads are the number one job and community sites for professional working mums and dads and aims to bridge the gap between those employers who are able to offer flexibility, and parents who are seeking flexible positions. We have worked with Working Mums for a number of years and, more recently, with Working Dads as an opportunity to promote our vacancies and the Partnership as a supporter of flexible working. This supports one of the John Lewis Partnership aims of reaching the widest possible talent pools.
We also work with Timewise to discuss best practice in flexible working. Timewise are a jobs board specialising in part-time jobs and roles that are open to flexibility, for people with skills and experience.
We support agile working practices across the Partnership. If you are looking for flexible working options please discuss this at your interview, as each role will have a differing level of flexibility. To view and search for our current vacancies, please click here.
Closing Date: 1/3/2020
up to £38,300
South East England
£16.81 - £19.32 per hour, inclusive of shift allowance
Closing Date: 20/2/2020