Our Store Associates are a bit like sales advisors. Just, well, totally different. Sure, like a sales advisor you'll serve customers, fill up the shelves and keep the whole place looking spick and span. But this is anything but your everyday retail role.
- Here, you'll talk confidently with customers, giving them the advice they need to live healthier, happier lives.
- And we'll make sure you're ready for whatever question, query or lifestyle goal is thrown your way.
- If you want to go on and specialise in sports, nutrition, beauty or aromatherapy, we can help you to do that too.
- The training can be pretty full on – but it's totally worth it. You'll learn how the human body works.
- You'll get to know vitamins and supplements inside out. And you'll develop the skills you need to flourish.
- Be it dietary advice, aches and pains, or a customer wanting to polish up their guns, you'll know just what to do.
It's challenging. It's hard work. And it's certainly not for the faint hearted. But if the idea of a career in health and wellbeing (and a life of helping customers in their pursuit of health and happiness) gives you that warm-fuzzy-feeling inside, there's a unique experience here for the taking.
When it comes to specialist health and wellbeing retailers, we're number one. The biggest in Europe. We've over 1,000 stores (and more on the way) in almost every major city and town across the UK and Ireland – not to mention more than 80 stores around the world too. It's big scale stuff. And you could be part of it all.
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Please note, if you are a holder of a Tier 4 visa you will have certain conditions and working restrictions attached to your visa. Generally, students studying towards a degree level qualification (NQF6) or above are restricted to a maximum of 20 hours work per week during term time, which is reduced to 10 hours per week for students studying below degree level. Please check your visa for more details. It is a criminal offence to breach the conditions of your visa, and anyone found doing so by UK Visas and Immigration is likely to have their permission to stay in the UK cancelled.