Sorry, we do not have any vacancies at the moment, please check this section at a later time.
In the meantime, if you are interested to work with us and join our team, you can check the Careers Frequently Asked Questions on the left hand side.
Please contact us through the contact form or email preferably 2 days before the interview.
We will recruit colleagues from the age of 16 who have passed the school-leaver age for your region, subject to restrictions for specific roles. There is no upper age limit.
Please see the link for a list of acceptable documents that you can use:
All candidates are required to provide proof of their Right to Work in the UK in the amendment to the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.
For a role in our stores or distribution centres, it can take up to five weeks to hear the results of your application, depending on the volume of candidates.
If you have not heard from anyone after this time has passed, then please contact us through the e-mail or our contact form.
If a colleague has been using a PayPal account but their situation changes, we will ensure they are paid into their bank account as soon as possible. Any colleagues who have been paid through PayPal, having provided bank details, should get in touch with the People team directly and we will look into the issue immediately.
One of the most important things to us at BORNEX is that we have an inclusive workplace where everyone feels welcome and where we support people, no matter their circumstance. We want to give all our colleagues the same opportunities and support, and this includes the way in which people are paid.
Our first priority is to make sure every colleague is paid quickly and correctly. To do that, our policy is always to pay colleagues directly into their bank accounts wherever possible. This applies to all of our colleagues, both permanent and temporary - we make no distinction.
However, in some instances, a small number of colleagues are not able to share any bank details with us. This can be for a number of reasons, and in those cases, we want to help those colleagues who can not share bank details by offering other ways of being paid.
In such a situation, we might issue what is known as a PayPal Payment System. We only do this in the most exceptional of circumstances, and as a last resort in situations where colleagues are unable to share bank details with us.