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Frequently asked questions

To help you with your application to Tesco, we have included below a number of frequently asked questions which we hope you will find helpful.

Tesco is an equal opportunities employer, If you have a health condition, learning difficulty or any special requirements which means you’d like help with this application form please contact, Remploy (0300 456 8205), Shaw Trust (0300 303 3111), or your local Jobcentre Plus. If you require help with any other part of the selection process, then please email us at Recruitment.CentralAdminTeam@uk.tesco.com.

Before You Apply

How do I apply?

Click on the 'Job Search' tab in the top navigaion of this site to view our current store vacancies

Leave all fields blank to search all roles. If you are looking for something specific, type in a job title in the keyword search, or reference number if you have one.

If you see a vacancy you are interested in and would like to apply, we would firstly recommend that you check the location and postcode of the store/vacancy you would like to apply for and make sure you can travel to the store. If you will be traveling by public transport always check the latest timetables and routes.

To apply, click on red 'Apply Now' button and begin the application process.

Apply Now button

Can I e-mail my CV directly to you?

Unfortunately we do not accept CV's.

Your Application

Where do I log in?

If you have previously registered your details, you will no longer be required to 'Login'. To apply for a vacancy please carry out a Job Search, select a vacancy, and if interested, click apply where you will be asked to complete our online application form.

How long will it take to apply online?

It should take no longer than 25 minutes to complete the online application.

Is your online application secure?

Yes. The web pages you use to complete your application are secured using digital certificates which encrypt all the information you supply. The security of your information is importance to us and we regularly test this site for the latest known vulnerabilities.

How does the application process work?

The application process consists of three stages; Registration, Application Form, Equality Form.

  • Application Form
    The application form stage of the application is split into two sections, which provides us with the relevant information we need to progress your application. The application form includes a series of questions to help understand which hours you are available to work, where you heard about the vacancy and references. There is also a questionnaire which contains scenario based questions, which we screen all applications based on applicant responses to these questions.
  • Equality Form
    Once you have completed the online application form you will be invited to answer an Equal Opportunities and Diversity questionnaire. This section of the form is not compulsory but by completing it, it will help us monitor our recruitment practices.

Can I apply for more than one vacancy?

Yes you're able to apply for more than one vacancy.

Why is my local store not showing any vacancies?

We would advise that you ask in store to find out if they are recruiting. If no vacancies appear in your local store it is likely that they are not recruiting and we would recommend you check online regularly as vacancies are likely to appear in the future.

What if I don't have internet access?

There are a number of places in your local community that have free public access to computers e.g. public libraries or Jobcentre Plus as well as internet cafes (for a small cost). They will also be able to advise you on setting up a personal email account.

After You Apply

What happens after I apply?

We will screen your application and if you are successful after screening we will send you an email to acknowledge your application. If you are not successful we will send an email to thank you for you application and tell you that we will not be taken your application any further.

I passed the initial screening stage but have not heard back – What should I do?

We will endeavour to be in contact as soon as possible, if you have not heard from us within 2 weeks please let us know at recruitment.centraladminteam@uk.tesco.com

I didn't pass the initial screening stage – How can I find out why?

Unfortunately due to the volumes of applications we receive we are unable to provide individual feedback.

If I'm not successful can I apply again