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Wh Smith photoPeople make WHSmith the company it is. People from all walks of life who can bring their own unique ideas and perspectives to our business. That’s why diversity is so important to us. And that’s why we’re taking positive steps to ensure that our workforce truly reflects the communities we’re part of.

As well as being one of Britain’s biggest employers, WHSmith is one of the biggest and best loved brands on the High Street. As a fast paced business we’re focused on rebuilding our position of Britain’s most popular bookseller, stationer and newsagent. And as we have 542 High Street stores and 127 travel stores located at railway stations and airports, we’re bound to have opportunity that’s local to you. A number of our stores also have a Post Office inside which just adds to the diversity of the roles we can offer.

Wh Smith photoIn addition to store based opportunities we also have a wide variety of roles at our two Head Offices in Swindon and London. Here we centralise our core business divisions including Central Retail Operations, Trading (including Buying and Merchandising), Marketing, Finance, Supply Chain, Business Systems, Property and Human Resources.

Training and development are high on our agenda and there are regular development reviews for those who work with us. It all adds up to excellent career opportunities and the chance make a real impact on the Company’s success.

Our company values of drive for results, customer focus, valuing our people and accountability are at the core of everything we do. Join us, and you can look forward to being part of an open, honest and forward-thinking organisation that will value you, your individual talents and your contribution to our future.


WHSmith values diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

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