Founded by Mark and Mo Constantine in Poole, Dorset, in Lush was founded in 1994 and took on the name we are now all familiar with in 1995. Lush is a company that specialises in handmade cosmetics and prides itself on ethical buying and fighting against animal testing. Those familiar with Lush stores on the high street will know that products include shampoos, conditioners, soaps, shower gels and their famous bath bombs. When making their own products, Lush invite human volunteers to test them out rather than use animal testing. All products are handmade and contain no animal by-products.
Lush jobs such as retail jobs could be ideal for students and young people who are not only interested in cosmetics but who also feel strongly about ethical trading. There are various roles within Lush, some which could make rewarding graduate careers and others that are more entry level jobs that will suit students and young people who might be looking for part time roles doing weekend work or seasonal jobs. From retail assistant jobs to retail management jobs, from jobs in the Lush labs to IT; Lush could have something to suit you.
People who work for Lush can take advantage of the Lush staff development programme and this could really benefit those looking to work in retail and, in particular, ethical trading. If you are passionate about Lush campaigns and support the way they do business, then a whole career, not least part time jobs, with Lush could be perfect. Lush is about creating an experience for customers as well as selling products. If you enjoy speaking with customers, finding out their individual needs and selling the most suitable products to them so that they keep coming back, then applying for jobs with Lush might see you doing just that.
Lush stores are located all over the United Kingdom so wherever you are based, whether at university or your own locality, there could be Lush store close to where you live. There are over 800 Lush outlets in 51 countries and some Lush staff, as they progress through the company, go on to work internationally. This could be a good option for students and graduates who are thinking they might like to work abroad in the future.
Lush recruit staff for their stores and their other departments on an ongoing basis. For students and school leavers looking for entry level roles such as working in store on a part time basis, perhaps you could visit your local Lush store and express an interest in working there. If you are a regular Lush customer, you could well already have some necessary product knowledge and you will have an idea of what might be expected of you as a member of the Lush team.
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