What you’ll do?You’ll get our Luton Airport customers’ journey off to the best start by giving them an exceptional experience.
Whether they’re rushing to catch an important business flight, jetting off on a romantic holiday or flying somewhere to have fun with family & friends, you’ll make sure they leave with the perfect travel read.
Our customers are at the heart of everything we do so, for our Booksellers, nothing’s too much effort. That means you’ll be actively approaching customers and building strong relationships through your passion of books.
As well as sharing details on our book clubs and any of the great offers we might have, you’ll also ensure our books are displayed as they should be throughout the store, including keeping our book charts up to date.
No matter what you’re doing, you’ll pull together with your team mates so that our customers leave wanting to come back.
What’s in it for you?We’re a company that values its people, so we’ve created a range of shifts to help find one that’s right for you, whether you’re full or part-
time. If you’re an early bird, or a night owl, we can accommodate for your lifestyle. For those who want to progress, this could be the start of a whole new career.
up to 50% discount in your own store and all our High Street Stores, tax / duty free shopping, flexible working, childcare vouchers and much more.
Who we’re looking forExperience in a Bookseller environment would be advantageous to the role, however a background in customer-
focused positions is also sufficient. Most importantly, we’re looking for people who are truly passionate about books, great listeners, naturally helpful, and who have a healthy dose of ambition.
You will be able to demonstrate a broad reading background with a good awareness of contemporary bestsellers and be able to talk confidently about both.
About usVoted Book Retailer of the Year 2019 in the British Book Awards! For most of the last 225 years, books have played an integral part in the history of WHSmith.
We’ve been there to see the likes of Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, the Bronte sisters and Leo Tolstoy make their mark on literature, and we continue to be enthralled and surprised by writers of the 21st century such as J.
K. Rowling, Yuval Noah Harari, David Walliams and Haruki Murakami.
What you’ll do? What’s in it for you? Who we’re looking for About us
Flexible - Not Including Nights