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Birmingham Part Time Jobs, for Indians, for Filipino, in UK, Graduate In your role as a Stockroom Assistant, you are responsible for all stockroom operations to optimize the retail business and enhance the efficiency of the selling process to drive commercial success.

We are looking for passionate candidates to join our innovative and inspiring team at Hugo Boss. We celebrate success, work collaboratively and make the impossible possible. If you thrive in a fun yet entrepreneurial environment and have a drive to succeed – this could be the role for you.

Post Name Stockroom Assistant
Company Name Hugo Boss
Expected Salary GBP 18000 To GBP 20000 Per Year
Address Birmingham, England, United Kingdom B5 4BF

About Company

Hugo Boss AG, often styled as BOSS, is a luxury fashion house headquartered in Metzingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The company sells clothing, accessories, footwear, and fragrances. Hugo Boss is one of the largest German clothing companies, with global sales of €2.9 billion.

What unites us is our passion for our products and pride in our work. Our vision is to be the most desirable premium fashion & lifestyle brand, and therefore we put our customers at the heart of everything we do. In order to address customers clearly and consistently, we offer two brands: BOSS and HUGO.


  • Responsible for physical stock management and movement as well as maintaining the effective overall stock flow and storage process to improve and speed up the customer experience.
  • Ensure the highest standard of housekeeping is observed in all back-of-house areas at all times.
  • Supporting in all operations for loss prevention.
  • Proficient utilization of business systems & latest technology.
  • Drive the use of all available tools and ensure procedures are executed and policies followed.
  • Accurately complete all Stock handling paperwork to a World Class standard.
  • Ensure all delivery and transfer requests are processed quickly and to Company Policy.
  • Support the Management team by ensuring the shop floor is replenished, by size.
  • Support store team by implementing floor moves, when required.
  • Understand and execute all systems and stock procedures to ensure quick and accurate deliveries and transfers at all times.
  • Support the Management team by successfully running stock reports, when necessary and communicate these to the rest of the team.
  • Support the Management team with stock count and bi-annual stock takes.
Industry Private
Schedule Type Part Time
Education Required Graduate
Remote No


  • Previous experience in stockroom controlling.
  • Ability to work flexible hours over 3-4 days adaptable to the need of the business.
  • Proficient utilization of business systems & latest technology.
  • Demonstrate strong commercial acumen.
  • Willingness to constantly learn & develop.
  • Passionate & knowledgeable about the brand.
  • Excellent communication skills at all levels, both written and verbal.
  • Experience in networking & building relationships.

Benefits of Working in a Company

  • Competitive salary, commission, and attractive benefits.
  • Global career path for specialists and leadership.
  • Tailored training and development opportunities.
  • International and inspirational working environment with the dynamic work culture.

Benefits of Working in UK


Pensions are a mandatory benefit in the UK and are subject to legislation. Employers must comply with legislation and auto-enroll eligible employees into an appropriate pension. Pensions auto-enrolment means employers are required to provide a minimum level of pension provision for employees.

The minimum contribution rate for workplace pension schemes is currently 8% of ‘qualifying earnings’ (as defined in the legislation). At least 3% of this must be paid by the employer. However, pensions are considered a key benefit in the UK, and many employers contribute significantly above the minimum level.

Employees are able to contribute more, but in the UK there are maximum annual allowances that must be considered.

When designing a UK pension scheme care needs to be taken in five main areas:

  1. Contributions – what level of contributions will be competitive and attract the right talent?
  2. Contribution method – the most tax-efficient method of deducting contributions is Salary Exchange (also known as Salary Sacrifice) as it gives maximum relief in terms of tax and national insurance, to the employee and employer.
  3. Carrier selection – selecting the best supplier based on proposition delivery, terms, employee engagement support, and financial strength.
  4. Default fund – The pension provider will offer a specific default fund for enrolment which is run under strict governance criteria. However, some employers may prefer to select an alternative default fund for enrolment, based on their own considerations and requirements relating to performance, environmental and social governance.
  5. Employee support – how is the scheme communicated and what specialist support are they provided with?


In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) is a government-funded healthcare system that everyone living in the UK can use without being asked to pay the full cost of the service. This includes

  • visiting a doctor for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment
  • treatment at a hospital if you are unwell or injured
  • Getting emergency help from healthcare professionals working in the ambulance services if you have serious or life-threatening injuries or health problems – this might include being transported to the hospital

The NHS is ‘publicly funded’, with most of the money collected through UK residents paying tax. In light of the current pressures on the NHS and increased waiting times, increasing numbers of employers are now considering private healthcare options to ensure that employees can get fast access to healthcare advice and treatment when they need it most.

Holiday Pay

All workers who work a 5-day week are legally entitled to receive at least 28 days’ paid annual leave a year. This is the equivalent of 5.6 weeks of holiday (known as statutory leave entitlement or annual leave). An employer can include public holidays as part of statutory annual leave.

It is common for UK employers to provide greater paid holidays than the statutory minimum. In addition, many employers will offer employees the option of increasing their holiday entitlement by ‘buying’ extra days as part of a flexible benefits arrangement.

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