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The Retail Moves Story – The Retail Job Board

Since its inception in 2000, has been the leading job search engine for the jobs vacancies in the retail sector across the UK. works with the best employers and agencies across the country and has jobs with the UK’s biggest and most prestigious retailers. takes the pain out of the job search process via the interactive and easy to use job search engine. The retail professional can quickly and easily target the most relevant retail opportunities available and apply in an instant and set up email alerts to not miss out on the important next retail career move. If you are looking for a new direction in your retail career or to advertise your vacancies to hire the best retail talent, is the platform to do so. As The Retail Job Board we have over 47,000 registered retail professionals and 200 retail employers using our site everyday.​

Our wider group of businesses includes Retail Gazette, the UK’s most well read retail based publication. This relationship allows us to keep our wider community fuelled with the best prospects and vacancies. In addition to all this, our highly skilled editorial team produce invaluable content on everything that one needs to know about the retail industry and securing a position in this thriving sector.

Call or email one of our account managers to talk through you brief and we will help you piece together the best options for your roles.

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Why Retail Moves?

  • Unrivalled knowledge of the Retail and Consumer Goods sectors
  • Over 10 years’ experience in online recruitment
  • A database of over 47,000 candidates
  • A strong team of experienced account managers
  • International offices in the UK and Middle East
  • Recommended by the world’s leading retail businesses
  • 90% repeat business

Latest Jobs

Sales Advisor
£17,000 - £20,000 - London, London Ref: Q101807 | Published: 05th Dec 2016
Womenswear Senior Designer- Jersey
£35,000 - £40,000 - London, London Ref: Q101911 | Published: 03th Dec 2016
Store Manager - North-West London
£32,050 - £32,050 - North West London, London Ref: Q101906 | Published: 30th Nov 2016
Assistant Manager (Gretna)
£16,000 - £18,000 - Gretna, Dumfries & Galloway Ref: Q101891 | Published: 29th Nov 2016
Assistant Manager
£17,000 - £20,000 - York, North Yorkshire Ref: Q100580 | Published: 28th Nov 2016
Head of Supply - Restaurants
£90,000 - £110,000 - Dubai, Dubai Ref: Q101871 | Published: 25th Nov 2016
Retail Format & Proposition Manager
£45,000 - £50,000 - Wembley, Middlesex Ref: Q101842 | Published: 23th Nov 2016
Sales Advisor - Dundee
£15,910 - £15,910 - Dundee, Dundee Ref: Q101852 | Published: 23th Nov 2016
Buyer - Beauty
£45,000 - £55,000 - City of London, London Ref: Q101844 | Published: 23th Nov 2016
Merchandiser- FMCG
£35,000 - £50,000 - West London, London Ref: Q101816 | Published: 23th Nov 2016
Payroll Officer
£18,000 - £20,000 - London, London Ref: Q101847 | Published: 21th Nov 2016
Divisional Manager (Mat Cover)
£40,000 - £45,000 - East Midlands, Ref: Q101796 | Published: 21th Nov 2016
Customer Service Leader - Stansted
£22,000 - £25,000 - Stansted, Essex Ref: Q101826 | Published: 18th Nov 2016
Store Manager - Kennington
£20,000 - £25,000 - London, London Ref: Q101817 | Published: 16th Nov 2016
Buyers Administration Assistant
£13,000 - £17,000 - London, London Ref: Q101798 | Published: 16th Nov 2016
Sales Advisor - London
£17,000 - £20,000 - London, London Ref: Q101547 | Published: 16th Nov 2016
Womenswear Buyer/Senior Buyer (Maternity Cover)
£35,000 - £45,000 - London, London Ref: Q101799 | Published: 16th Nov 2016
Regional Manager - London
£50,000 - £60,000 - London, London Ref: Q101764 | Published: 15th Nov 2016
£35,000 - £40,000 - London, London Ref: Q101797 | Published: 14th Nov 2016
Store Manager
£29,000 - £30,000 - London, London Ref: Q101800 | Published: 14th Nov 2016

Retails Moves Insights

What impact is the increase in consumer spending and falling inflation having on the global job market?
2015-02-02 11:14:00 +0000

Is now the best time in the past decade to be a prospective candidate in the retail sector? Are increasing consumer spending and falling inflation mutually exclusive? In a climate of low oil prices perhaps not. Brent Crude remains under $50/barrel, less than half what it cost six months ago, and commentators, even if not OPEC, are taking seriously the prospect this lower oil price could become the new norm, for a couple of years, at least. Generally, cheaper oil will mean inflation across the... Read more.