Careers

  • Opportunities in Store
  • London Head Office
  • Dorset Head Office/Factory
  • Therapy Rooms

Opportunities in store

We are keen to have people on our team who share our philosophy and values. At Neal's Yard Remedies we are committed to the development of our staff and offer competitive rates of pay and benefits in a friendly and informal working environment where each individual is encouraged to really make a difference.

Opportunities include store management and sales roles in London and around the UK. For office vacancies please click on the relevant tab to find out what positions we have available.

To apply please email us your CV and a covering letter to: (please also state which position you are interested in).

 

STORE MANAGER

We have exciting opportunities for Store Managers to join and lead our shop teams!


We are looking for an inspiring leader who can motivate and develop a team, deliver the brand vision, exceed sales targets and provide exceptional customer service. You'll be motivated, committed and most importantly, passionate about our values. A strong retail background is essential along with knowledge or qualifications in natural medicines.


We currently have no roles available –

ASSISTANT MANAGER

We have exciting opportunities for Assistant Managers to join our shop teams. If you are looking for progression, need a new challenge or know someone that does, then please get in touch!


We are recruiting for an Assistant Manager who will be responsible for all the operational processes including driving sales, training, local marketing initiatives, profitability and the well being of the staff. You will be a great seller who drives sales targets and provides exceptional customer service. A strong retail background is essential along with knowledge or qualifications in natural medicines.


We currently have the following roles available –

York - 35 hours per week - Closing date: 24th April 2018

SENIOR SALES ASSISTANT


We currently have no roles available –

SALES ASSISTANT

We are currently seeking a Sales Assistants to join our store teams. Sales Assistants play a key role in the team, undertaking operational processes and assisting in the smooth and efficient running of the shop.

 

The successful candidate will have retail experience, excellent customer service and communication skills coupled with a keen interest, knowledge of or qualifications in natural medicines.


We currently have the following roles available –

Solihull - 16 hours per week - Closing date: 2nd May 2018

Peacemarsh - Gillingham, Dorset - 10 hours per week - Closing date: 2nd May 2018

Manchester - 21 hours per week - Closing date 20th April 2018

Clapham Junction - 14 hours per week - Closing date: 30th April 2018

Newbury - permanent - 7 hours per week (must include Mondays and Fridays) - Closing date: 17th April 2018

Marylebone High Street - London - permanent - 21 hours per week - Closing date: 20th April 2018

Victoria - London - permanent - 14 hours per week and 7 hours per week. Closing date: 27th April 2018

Clapham Junction - Temporary - 16 hours per week. Closing date: 24th April 2018

BEAUTY THERAPIST

Neal’s Yard Remedies has launched a range of exclusive beauty treatments, based around our award winning natural and organic beauty products. The Beauty Therapist will perform facials, body treatments, manicures, pedicures, natural waxing/sugaring and other related treatments (where qualified) to NYR customers. The therapist will be a natural communicator, passionate about our products and deliver excellent service across all treatments.


We currently have no roles available –

THERAPY ROOM RECEPTIONIST

The Receptionist is responsible for answering calls, booking appointments and taking payments for therapy treatments, liaising with practitioners and general housekeeping of the reception area and therapy rooms. The successful candidate will be highly organised, have excellent customer service and communication skills coupled with a keen interest, knowledge of or qualifications in natural medicines and therapies.


We currently have no roles available –

London

We are keen to have people on our team who share our philosophy and values. At Neal's Yard Remedies we are committed to the development of our staff and offer competitive rates of pay and benefits in a friendly and informal working environment where each individual is encouraged to really make a difference.

Opportunities include store management and sales roles in London and around the UK. For office vacancies please click on the relevant tab to find out what positions we have available.

To apply please email us your CV and a covering letter to: (please also state which position you are interested in).

 

Courses and Training Administrator

Full Time: - 35 Hours - Permanent
Location: Covent Garden, London

OVERALL JOB PURPOSE

The purpose of the role is to offer support to the Courses and Training teams and in particular the following:

  • Support both Head of Education and the Training Team in the development and running of all courses.
  • Support the effective running of the courses office in a friendly, calm and approachable manner
  • Key point of contact for course and workshop enquiries, both internal and external bookings, e.g. customers, students, lecturers/tutors, fellow staff etc.
  • The post-holder will mostly be based at NYR's London office in Covent Garden but might on the rare occasion be asked to assist on field trips or attend meetings outside the office.
  • As courses are held at weekends the post-holder should be flexible to attend if necessary.
  • The Courses post is part-time based on 21 hours a week (3 days): Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with flexibility.
  • The Training post is part-time based on 14 hours a week (2 days): Monday and Tuesday.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES - COURSES:

  • Main point of contact regarding the Aromatherapy Diploma Courses, for students, tutors and general enquiries
  • Recording student booking details in relevant course folders (emails from online sales team, phone bookings, etc.)
  • Making sure tutors send through hand-outs and material requests in reasonable time
  • Financial record keeping of course fees and taking payments
  • Chasing of course debtors
  • General customer enquiries from phone & web
  • Ensuring correct set up and cleanliness of Education Room at the beginning and end of the day for each course and ensure appropriate equipment is available
  • To organise and keep tidy the teaching supplies in the office and education room
  • To provide supplies such as refreshments, handouts, samples or specific material for course requirements
  • Act as liaison between the students, tutors, therapy rooms and NYR
  • Assisting the Head of Education in accurate budget keeping when requested
  • Keeping course folders, databases and other course related documents up to date
  • To organise student interviews and assist tutors
  • Provide support in comprehensive recording of all course related admin
  • Customer support for online course users
  • Assist by updating the advertised courses on the company website, e.g. course info, dates, prices, stock levels, images etc.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES - TRAINING:

  • Main point of contact for training workshops and general enquiries via phone and email.
  • Recording, monitoring and managing staff bookings for the training team and competency records for the business. This involves the use of excel spreadsheets.
  • Ensuring workshops are set up competently and thoroughly for the week ahead. Including printing of handouts, ordering catering, buying sundries and equipment.
  • Ensuring the training department has sufficient NYR products and equipment at all times: to run regular stock takes and re-order when necessary.
  • Keeping records of poor attendance, cancellations and no-shows to workshops, followed by a monthly report to retail.
  • General admin when required, development of the training calendar and adaptation / development of training material.
  • Monitoring expenses accrued in line with the current budget.
  • Development and upkeep of the intranet and online training documents.

Continuous Improvement and Self Development

  • To seek ways of improving your job role and looking for opportunities to do things more effectively. This includes learning from mistakes.
  • To make suggestions to your manager or supervisor about improvements that will affect other people or departments.
  • To find out more about possible solutions to problems you face in doing your job.
  • To help other people and departments improve their performance.
  • To develop your own skills and improve your own performance through seeking opportunities to learn.

PERSON SPECIFICATION:

  • Ideally, a successful track record and experienced in a similar role
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office, PowerPoint and Word
  • Excellent Organisation and Administration skills
  • Interest in Natural Health
  • Confidence to work under own initiative, yet take direction well
  • Able to plan and manage own time effectively
  • A friendly, calm and approachable manner
  • Keen to work in a small high intensity team
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Flexible approach to work
  • May at times be required to work late or on weekends
  • The post-holder has access to personal information on tutors and students, so must operate with utter discretion and keep all information confidential and, where appropriate, secure and complying with the Data Protection Act.

Dorset Head Office

We are keen to have people on our team who share our philosophy and values. At Neal's Yard Remedies we are committed to the development of our staff and offer competitive rates of pay and benefits in a friendly and informal working environment where each individual is encouraged to really make a difference.

Opportunities include store management and sales roles in London and around the UK. For office vacancies please click on the relevant tab to find out what positions we have available.

To apply please email us your CV and a covering letter to: (please also state which position you are interested in).

 

Junior Web Developer

Full Time: - 35 Hours - Permanent
Location: Peacemarsh, Dorset

OVERALL JOB PURPOSE

We are currently looking for someone to join our established, dynamic and high performing Digital Team here in Peacemarsh, Dorset, supporting and assisting our Lead Web Developer and UX Designer in delivering ongoing projects alongside daily duties.

The main focus of this role is to deliver the development roadmap for the Neal's Yard Remedies website. Supporting and assisting our Lead Web Developer, you will have a good understanding of web technologies and a passion for solving problems. Producing high quality work for the ecommerce platform, QA testing and liaising with our external development agency will be key parts of the role.

As part of the wider digital team, supporting ecommerce, digital marketing and development activity with administrative tasks and data management will also be part of the role.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Support the company's existing external and internal web platforms.
  • Use expert knowledge of relevant technologies to design and develop dynamic web sites, web interfaces & forms throughout the business.
  • Liaise with key stakeholders in the business to ensure that web systems deliver business requirements.
  • Assist in administering the monthly code releases and track/gather feedback for the work tickets through our development partners support desk.
  • Manage and liaise with development partners where appropriate.
  • Continually evaluate the web systems and make recommendations for changes to current systems to ensure that business strategy is delivered.
  • Liaise with the creative, marketing, customer care and fulfilment teams to keep product information up to date and factually correct.
  • Implement the required seasonal campaigns and competitions in partnership with the creative and marketing teams.
  • Support the digital marketing team with administrative tasks in general day to day duties.
  • Use of Google web analytics data to inform decisions and share insights with the rest of the digital team.
  • Any other duty as required by the line manager commensurate with the post.

PERSON SPECIFICATION:

    We are looking for someone with the following experience:

  • Up to 3 years' experience in a development, digital and/or ecommerce role.
  • Solid knowledge of HTML 5, CSS 3, PHP, Javascript, JQuery, Ajax, MySQL, Wordpress.
  • Additional scripting languages and experience with Object Oriented Programming.
  • Passionate about customers and improving their experience online.
  • Ability to produce accurate, high quality work and to self Q&A.
  • Experience of delivering standards-compliant, cross-browser compatible responsive HTML, CSS & Javascript.
  • Experience of using an ecommerce platform, such as Salesforce Commerce Cloud (previously Demandware) would be advantageous.
  • Experience of Adobe Photoshop, Fireworks and Illustrator.
  • Experience with issue tracking solutions, such as JIRA, would be advantageous.
  • Experience with version control tools, such as BitBucket & SourceTree, would be a distinct advantage.
  • Able to demonstrate excellent time management & organisational skills.
  • A hands-on approach with a can-do attitude, structured thinking and working style.
  • A keen attention to detail and a sense of initiative.
  • A good understanding of Google Analytics fundamentals.
  • Someone who loves what they do and maintains a high awareness of new technologies and industry trends.
  • Good communication and organisational skills.
  • In tune with Neal's Yard Remedies' values, especially as they relate to sustainability and the environment.

Process Chemist

Full Time: - 35 Hours - Permanent
Location: Peacemarsh, Gillingham, Dorset

OVERALL JOB PURPOSE

Neal’s Yard Remedies is a manufacturer and retailer of natural toiletries and natural medicines. The company headquarter is located at Peacemarsh, Gillingham in Dorset. It is the location for head office functions of Sales, Finance, Human Resources, Customer Services and the factory, with the Production functions and R&D Laboratory.

The position of Process chemist will be based in the Research & Development Department and part of the wider Product Development Team.

  • The Process chemist will develop and be responsible for implementing a scale-up/pilot facility and all processes/procedures related, including implementation of robust manufacturing methods and product specs
  • The Process chemist is responsible for ensuring consistency between laboratory development formulations and scaled up bulk and factory filled formulations.
  • The Process chemist will work within the Product Development Team to ensure new products briefed are feasible at a production level.
  • The Process chemist will advise the Product Development Team and Manufacturing on all matters related to processing, including pieces of equipment
  • The Process chemist will work with Formulations Manager to develop a culture of “don’t do it at the bench if it cannot be done in Production”
  • The Process chemist will partner with contract manufacturers to ensure robust scale-up and manufacture of subcontracted products as well as specs, methods and processes are consistent

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinating factory bulk pilots, batches and facilitate the manufacture of production bulk within the factory. Maintaining accurate records relating to the validation of development, scaled up and production of safe and legal cosmetics and personal care formulations.
  • Working closely with the Production Manager to coordinate factory line trials. Validating all requirements of production specifications by ensuring appropriate trial design, accurate data recording, effective communication of trial results and implementation of methods/processes to ensure acceptable consistency and quality of filled product.
  • Maintaining a working knowledge of cosmetic regulations, raw materials and innovative production technologies and ensure all products are developed in line with safety and legal guidelines. Implement and communicate changes relating to continuous improvement of bulk manufacture and filling techniques.
  • Provide support for QC and Production Teams, advising and implementing training where necessary.
  • Advise teams about vessel sizes and capabilities to ensure efficient and cost effective and accurate production and planning.
  • Oversee First Production batches in conjunction with the development chemist.
  • Facilitating administration of the feasibility and product specification system.
  • Ensure the accurate transfer of data from development systems to process systems.
  • Review current methods and amend them as deemed necessary
  • Review current specifications and amend them as deemed necessary
  • Work closely with Formulations Manager and Formulation Technologist to bridge the gap between bench and production processes
  • Work closely with Formulation Manager to promote a production-driven culture within the R&D Team, e.g. “don’t do it at the bench if it cannot be done in Production”
  • Implement a scale-up strategy including advising on purchase of suitable pieces of equipment
  • Work closely with Formulations Manager and Packaging Technologist to implement stability and compatibility tests on pilot and production batches
  • Representing the process development team at departmental meetings. Monitoring and communicating team resource requirements to all management teams. Representing “process development” at all meetings
  • Working closely with the Product Development Team on all new product briefs to ensure new products are feasible from a production point of view
  • Resolving routine production and process development issues. Where appropriate report escalating issues to the relevant manager/colleague.
  • Suggesting and implementing continuous improvement ideas.
  • Training and developing team members by sharing knowledge and particular techniques in order to optimize efficiency and to ensure continuity of the functions of this role.

Continuous Improvement and Self Development

  • To develop your own skills and improve your own performance through seeking opportunities to learn.
  • To seek ways of improving how your own job is done and to look for opportunities to do things more effectively. This includes learning from mistakes.
  • To make suggestions to your manager or supervisor about improvements that will affect other people or departments.
  • To find out more about possible solutions to problems you face in doing your job.
  • To help other people and departments improve their performance.

Health & Safety and GMP

  • To take reasonable care for your own health and safety and of other people affected by your actions
  • To comply with NYR’s Health & Safety procedures e.g. First Aid, fire, COSHH, manual handling, etc.
  • To report health & safety risks and hazards to your manager, supervisor or local Health & Safety representative.
  • To cooperate with your line manager, supervisor or local Health & Safety representative when risk assessments are being conducted and to implement any changes made as a result of risk assessments.
  • To comply with NYR’s GMP hygiene policy at all times in the factory.

PERSON SPECIFICATION:

  • BSc in Scientific disciplines
  • 5+ years of experience in similar roles in the cosmetic industry
  • Able to demonstrate excellent organisational skills
  • Confidence to work under own initiative, yet take direction well
  • Able to plan and manage own time effectively

Herbal Extracts Production Assistant

Full Time - 37.5 Hours - Permanent,
Location: Peacemarsh, Gillingham, Dorset

OVERALL JOB PURPOSE

  • Is trained to implement production of all Herbal Tinctures and other extracts produced at the Tincture Unit.
  • The individual is trained to operate Hydraulic press, labeling machine, filling machine, herb cutter, filtering equipment.
  • Individual is required to follow standard operating procedures for each piece of equipment.
  • The individual must have ability to work in orderly manner following the rules and regulations of Good Manufacturing Practice pertaining to In-house standard.
  • Individual will be required to follow standard procedures regarding:
    • hygiene
      • individual will be personally responsible for cleanliness and recording of hygiene procedures
      • ensuring line equipment is clean and fit for use
      • ensuring work area is kept clean, including washing, sweeping, and removing waste
      • ensuring all recyclable materials are recycled and minimizing waste generation
    • GMP guidelines in respect of production and premises, (quality checks and recording)
      • Ensuring all products produced are within specification
      • Making product and process quality checks and take samples as required
      • record all required data on all documentation that follows either product or production process
  • security issues – ensure production unit is left secure at all times
  • The individual is required to communicate with NYR Technical Department regarding sampling procedures and samples sent for testing.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Maceration of Herbal Tinctures for shops dispensaries
  • Maceration of Herbal single tinctures and blends for retail
  • Maceration of herbal Tinctures for manufacturing cosmetic products
  • Pressing, filtering and bottling of Herbal Tinctures for shop dispensaries
  • Pressing, filtering of Herbal tinctures (single 50mls and tincture blends) for retail
  • Pressing filtering and bottling of herbal tinctures for manufacturing
  • Weekly planning of materials needed for macerating, filtering & bottling of tinctures
  • Sampling of all above mentioned products and sending the sample to the Lab.
  • Reconciliation of all documentation, involved in production of herbal tinctures
  • Keeping all equipment in hygienic condition, sterilizing and washing the maceration vessels.
  • Fresh herb preprocessing when required, including cutting, washing of herb material, sorting.
  • Individual is required to assist in Herb Production Activities. This includes herb cultivation and harvesting in Peacemarsh gardens as well as other harvesting areas including harvesting at Sheepdrove farm.
  • These activities are done under the supervision of Head Gardener and in consultation with Head Herbalist.

PERSON SPECIFICATION:

Essential Skills, Knowledge & Aptitudes

  • Physically fit, able to lift loads up to about 25kg (in line with manual handling regulations), dexterous.
  • Practically-minded, able to address a task in a logical and efficient manner.
  • Evidence of attention to detail and a desire to produce high quality products.
  • Tidy and pride in good ‘housekeeping’ within the work area.
  • Showing respect for team members from diverse backgrounds and all walks of life.
  • Very good numeracy.
  • Pro-active attitude and flexibility in approach to tasks.
  • Ability to prioritise effectively and a determination to complete tasks
  • Ability to work as part of a team and on own initiative
  • Able to recognise faults and quality issues and make adjustments/actions accordingly.
  • Effective and willing to communicate issues to team members and supervisors
  • Ability to learn to input and query data within computer system/application, namely SAGE and Excel.
  • An interest in herbal medicine and/or herbal horticulture/natural medicines and familiarity with plant names used in herbal tinctures or an inclination to learn more about this.
  • Able to work at slightly different hours during fresh herb harvesting season if required.

Desirable Skills, Knowledge & Aptitudes

  • In tune with Neal’s Yard Remedies’ values, especially as they relate to sustainability and re-cycling.
  • Aware of your own impact
  • Computer literate in Excel
  • Experience in working within a production/laboratory environment
  • Experience of working in herbal or natural medicine
  • Excellent initiative, proven delivery of tasks to deadlines and completion of stand-alone project

In-House Solicitor

Full Time: - 35 Hours - Permanent
Location: Peacemarsh, Gillingham, Dorset

OVERALL JOB PURPOSE

An experienced, dynamic, general commercial solicitor to join our growing in-house legal team. The successful candidate will be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, proficient in problem solving and turning their hand to a number of different commercial and legal matters.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Commercial

  • Support the Legal Manager with the business' general commercial legal needs e.g. drafting and negotiating: NDAs, Goods and Services Agreements, Bespoke Commercial Agreements, reviewing and negotiating wholesale contracts, drafting promotion/competition terms and conditions etc.
  • Review commercial contracts, liaise with internal and external stakeholders and provide summaries highlighting key points and concerns.
  • Deliver to the business the very highest standards of legal and regulatory compliance by providing the necessary legal advice and support where necessary.
  • Manage supplier disputes.

Marketing & Advertising

  • Review all marketing collateral for new product launches (including above and below the line advertising, checking product names, quotes and descriptive terms). Advise on the ASA and CAP Code and deal with any ASA queries as necessary.

Retail and Property Estate

  • Manage and maintain the database of current property leases and agreements, ensuring all renewal dates and upcoming lease events are prepared for.
  • Review and advise on heads of terms, new leases, lease renewals and schedules of works for our property portfolio.

IT

  • Support the Digital, IT and Procurement teams with agreements for group wide IT solutions e.g. drafting and negotiating Master Services Agreements and Statement of Works and reviewing licences.

Franchising

  • Assist with any UK and global franchising agreements (and supporting documents).
  • Manage and maintain the database of franchise agreements, ensuring all renewal dates and obligations are complied with.

Data Protection

  • Advise the business on data protection requirements as necessary including putting in place the necessary data processing agreements (both intra-group and with third parties).

IP

  • Support the Legal Manager with the business' portfolio, advise on requests to register new trade marks, ensure the business is protected from an IPR perspective including advising on IPR and entering into the necessary IP licences and agreements with third parties.

Policies

  • Create and update/review policies and procedures such as data protection, security, whistleblowing, company handbooks, anti-bribery & compliance if required.

Updates

  • Keep up to date with any new rules and regulations coming into force which may affect the business. Conduct legal research and prepare the necessary briefing notes and, where appropriate, support with any follow-up work that may arise as a result. Provide training to key people on substantive legal topics that are relevant to Neal's Yard Remedies and help people to understand legal terms.

PERSON SPECIFICATION:

  • Solid training and qualification from a leading national law firm.
  • In-house experience desirable but not essential.
  • 3 - 5 PQE.
  • Excellent attention to detail and drafting skills.
  • Highly effective communicator (written and oral) at all levels with an ability to communicate legal issues to colleagues with no legal background.
  • Able to be persuasive and interact effectively with the business.
  • Confidence in your ability to provide commercial advice and guidance.
  • Able to demonstrate commercial awareness and understanding of the business requirements.
  • Take a pragmatic approach to problems.
  • Professional and collaborative approach.
  • A high standard of knowledge and use of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Have the strength and capability to function autonomously with minimal supervision.
  • Handle a busy, varied and demanding workload of in-house legal matters.

IT Support Analyst

Full Time - 37.5 Hours - Permanent,
Location: Peacemarsh, Gillingham, Dorset

OVERALL JOB PURPOSE

The IT Support Analyst will provide first/second line technical support to end users on various technical issues and problems relating to hardware, software and peripherals. They will also be responsible for responding to, documenting and resolving service tickets in a timely manner according to SLA.

The IT Support Analyst must have excellent problem-solving skills to diagnose, evaluate and resolve complex problem situations, or when appropriate, escalate or route them to appropriate IT staff members and 3rd Parties.

The IT Support Analyst will also perform root cause analysis, develop checklists for typical problems and recommend procedures and controls for problem prevention. This position will support multiple platforms including desktops, laptops, mobile devices and telephone equipment. This position may require independent work, sharing information and assisting others with work orders.

NYR are on a digital transformation journey, embedding a digital culture and customer first approach across our people, process and technology. You will gain exposure to the latest “cloud” technologies, collaboration tools and digital platforms across our omni-channel Retail estate.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide exceptional customer service in person, via phone and email as appropriate
  • Resolve service desk issues including troubleshooting hardware and software issues
  • Perform user administration duties
  • First point of contact for IT support issues
  • Break/fix support for MS Windows PC’s
  • Break/fix support for MS Office applications
  • Installation of PC’s, monitors network printers and associated IT equipment
  • Installation of Microsoft software and other 3rd party applications
  • Liaising with Starcom IT Help Desk and manage calls Starcom are resolving
  • Liaising with 3rd party support companies who provide support and maintenance on the various business systems at NYR to resolve system issues
  • Other tasks as directed by the Head of IT

Line Leader

Full Time - 37.5 Hours - Permanent
Location: Peacemarsh, Gillingham, Dorset


OVERALL JOB PURPOSE

The Line Leader is responsible for delivering the agreed production plan on a daily/weekly basis to the agreed standards of GMP, Quality, Efficiency and Cost.

To agree the Packing plan, execute it and report daily any shortfalls with actions to the Packing Supervisor / Head of Production.

To be a key member of the Junior Management team driving quality, GMP, cost, efficiency and safety.

To drive a continuous improvement theme on the filling and packing line.

To manage, develop, coach and support the Production assistants to ensure a smooth-running operation.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • To work with the Packing Supervisor to agree an effective and efficient production plan.
  • Ensure awareness and give feedback of the production plan, achieved outputs, targets and quality across the Packing Line.
  • The timely and effective input of data on to the Sage system.
  • To ensure all production documentation is completed in a timely and accurate manner, i.e. daily/weekly reporting and non-conformance for QC.
  • To be a driver of change within the Packing area supporting the Production management team.
  • To have a high degree of input in to the production meetings.
  • Ensuring the adherence to the Neal’s Yard Remedies quality manual with specific reference to product quality, paperwork standards, sampling and GMP standards.
  • To ensure machinery is made available for engineers Planned Preventative Maintenance.
  • Provide motivation, support and guidance to the team to achieve engagement and meet the standards required by Neal’s Yard Remedies.

PERSON SPECIFICATION:

  • Demonstrable experience in an FMCG Production environment.
  • Proven record of continuous improvement.
  • Demonstrate a good eye for attention to detail.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Strong computer literacy skills to include Microsoft Office, and ERP systems.
  • Demonstrate leadership qualities: influencing, decision making, delegation, conflict management, motivating and leading a team.
  • To demonstrate good interpersonal skills and strong team player.

Opportunities

We are keen to have people on our team who share our philosophy and values. At Neal's Yard Remedies we are committed to the development of our staff and offer competitive rates of pay and benefits in a friendly and informal working environment where each individual is encouraged to really make a difference.

Opportunities include store management and sales roles in London and around the UK. For office vacancies please click on the relevant tab to find out what positions we have available.

To apply please email us your CV and a covering letter to: (please also state which position you are interested in).

For all enquiries and applications to rent therapy space in the following stores only please use the information and applications forms below:

  • Borough Market
  • Bromley
  • Clapham
  • Covent Garden
  • Islington
  • Kensington Church St
  • Kings Road
  • Marylebone High Street
  • Notting Hill
  • Richmond
  • Wimbledon Village
  • Bristol
  • Cambridge
  • Cardiff
  • Dorchester
  • Glasgow
  • Leeds
  • Manchester
  • Newbury
  • Norwich
  • Sevenoaks
  • Shrewsbury
  • St. Albans
  • Stamford
  • Tunbridge Wells
  • Windsor
  • York

If you require any additional information please contact us:

Telephone:01747 834628/834668/657722

Please contact the following shops directly by email or phone, contact details displayed with each vacancy below:

 

London

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Bromley
Closing Date - Ongoing

Main Clinic: Applications are invited from Practitioners with at least 2 years' experience in Nutrition, Deep Tissue Massage, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Thai Yoga Massage, Shiatsu, Holistic Massage, Counselling, Hypnotherapy, Kinesiology, Allergy Testing, Bowen Technique and Alexander Technique.

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Clapham
Closing Date - Ongoing

Main Clinic: Applications are invited from therapists with at least 2-years' experience in physiotherapy, podiatry, chiropody.

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Islington
Closing Date - Ongoing

Main Clinic - Applications are invited from Practitioners with at least 2 years' experience in Homeopathy, Herbal Medicine, Physiotherapy, Nutritional Therapy, Flower Remedies, Acupuncture, Osteopathy, Detox Massage, On-site Massage, Yoga and Pilates.

Please contact the store for more details 020 7359 4149 or email manager.islington@nealsyardremedies.com

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Richmond
Closing Date - Ongoing

We are looking to work with self-employed practitioners with at least 2-years' experience in the following disciplines: Craniosacral Therapy, Kinesiology, Flower Remedies, Bowen Technique, Allergy Testing

England

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Beverley
Closing Date - Ongoing

Main clinic: Applications are invited from qualified practiitoners with at least 2 years' experience in Homeopathy, Naturopathy, Allergy Testing, Herbal Medicine, Reflexology, Remedial Massage, Holistic Massage, Facials, Deep Tissue and Sports Massage, Physiotherapy and teachers of Yoga and Pilates.

Please contact the store for more details on 01482 861558 or e-mail beverley@nealsyardremedies.com

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Bristol
Closing Date - Ongoing

Main Clinic: Applications are invited from Practitioners with at least 2 years' experience in Homoeopathy, Shiatsu, Sports Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Remedial Massage, Craniosacral Therapy, Kinesiology, Flower Remedies, Osteopathy, Physiotherapy, Nutrition, Naturopathy, Allergy Testing.

Therapist

Permanent, Self employed Part Time
Location - Dorchester
Closing Date - Ongoing

Applications are invited from practitioners who can offer Massage, Acupuncture, Aromatherapy, Naturopathy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Alexander Technique, Baby Massage, Facials, Shiatsu, Nutritional Therapy, Reflexology, Homeopathy and Herbal Medicine. To enter main clinic you will need two years' experience but we also offer a graduate clinic for newly qualified therapists.

Please contact the store for more details on 01305 267 271 or email dorchester@nealsyardremedies.com

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Exeter
Closing Date - Ongoing

Contact: Toby & Nicola Tel 01392 253 974
Email: exeter@nealsyardremedies.com
All complementary therapies.

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Hereford
Closing Date - Ongoing

Graduate clinic: Applications are invited from newly qualified practitioners of any modality who wish to practise on Sundays from our store.

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Leamington Spa
Closing Date - Ongoing

Applications are invited from practitioners with at least two years' experience in Massage, Chiropractic, Osteopathy and Physiotherapy. We are also looking for newly qualified therapists to join our Graduate clinic.

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Leeds
Closing Date - Ongoing

Main Clinic: Applications are invited from Practitioners with at least 2 years' experience in: Alexander Technique, Chiropractic, Herbal Medicine, Sports Massage, Naturopathy, Osteopathy and Physiotherapy.

Graduate Clinic: Applications are invited from newly qualified practitioners.  

Please contact the store for more details on 0113 243 8924 or e-mail leeds@nealsyardremedies.com

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Manchester
Closing Date - Ongoing

Main Clinic:Applications are invited from qualified Practitioners with at least 2-years' experience in Acupuncture, Massage, Hot Stone Massage and other bodywork.

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Newbury
Closing Date - Ongoing

Main Clinic: Applications are invited from Practitioners with at least 2 years' experience in: Baby Massage, Acupuncture, Homeopathy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Craniosacral Therapy and Shiatsu Massage.

Graduate Clinic: Applications are invited from newly qualified practitioners.  

Please contact the store for more details on 01635 580323 or e-mail newbury@nealsyardremedies.com

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Norwich
Closing Date - Ongoing

Main Clinic:Applications are invited from qualified practitioners with at least 2-years' experience in Osteopathy, Herbal Medicine, Nutritional Therapy, Shiatsu, Naturopathy, Holistic Massage, Deep Tissue and Sports Massage, Baby Massage, Physiotherapy, Counselling, Pregnancy Massage, Aromatherapy, Chiropractic and teachers of Yoga and Pilates. We are also looking for newly qualified practitioners for our graduate clinic. Please contact the store on 01603 766 681 or e-mail norwich@nealsyardremedies.com

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Oxford
Closing Date - Ongoing

Applications are invited from practitioners with experience in Medical Herbalism, Aromatherapy, Massage, Homoeopathy, Chiropractic, Osteopathy, Shiatsu and Physiotherapy to join our dedicated team of therapists.

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Salisbury
Closing Date - Ongoing

We currently have vacancies for established counsellors or psychotherapists in our dedicated therapy room. This would suit existing practitioners looking for a city centre practice room rather than someone seeking to establish a new practice. For more information, please contact Mark Sparrow on 01722 340736 or email salisbury@nealsyardremedies.com

Therapist

Permanent, Self employed Part Time
Location - Shrewsbury
Closing Date - Ongoing

Applications are invited from practitioners who can offer Massage, Acupuncture, Aromatherapy, Naturopathy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Alexander Technique, Baby Massage, Facials, Shiatsu, Nutritional Therapy, Reflexology, Homeopathy and Herbal Medicine. To enter main clinic you will need two years' experience but we also offer a graduate clinic for newly qualified therapists.

Please contact the store for more details on 01743 235291 or email shrewsbury@nealsyardremedies.com

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - St Albans
Closing Date - Ongoing

Main clinic: Applications are invited from qualified practitioners with at least 2 years' experience in Holistic Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Aromatherapy, Osteopathy, Chiropody, Baby Massage, Facial Rejuvenation, Nutritional Therapy and Herbal Medicine.

Please contact the store for more details on 01727 844075 or e-mail stalbans@nealsyardremedies.com

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Stamford
Closing Date - Ongoing

Applications are invited from practitioners who can offer Massage, Acupuncture, Aromatherapy, Naturopathy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Alexander Technique, Baby Massage, Facials, Shiatsu, Nutritional Therapy, Reflexology, Homeopathy and Herbal Medicine. To enter main clinic you will need two years' experience but we also offer a graduate clinic for newly qualified therapists.

Please contact the store for more details on 01780 752 505 or email stamford@nealsyardremedies.com

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Tunbridge Wells
Closing Date - Ongoing

Applications are invited from practitioners who can offer Massage, Acupuncture, Aromatherapy, Naturopathy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Alexander Technique, Baby Massage, Facials, Shiatsu, Nutritional Therapy, Reflexology, Homeopathy and Herbal Medicine. To enter main clinic you will need two years' experience but we also offer a graduate clinic for newly qualified therapists.

Please contact the store for more details on 01892 524 523 or email tunbridgewells@nealsyardremedies.com

Therapist

Permanent, Self employed Part Time
Location - Windsor
Closing Date - Ongoing

Applications are invited from practitioners who can offer Massage, Chiropractic, Alexander Technique,Shiatsu, Nutritional Therapy and Herbal Medicine. To enter main clinic you will need two years' experience but we also offer a graduate clinic for newly qualified therapists.

Please contact the store for more details on 01753 851010 or email windsor@nealsyardremedies.com

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - York
Closing Date - Ongoing

Main clinic: Applications are invited from Practitioners with at least 2 years' experience in Acupuncture, Aromatherapy, Herbal Medicine, Massage, Osteopathy, Physiotherapy and Pregnancy Massage.

Please contact the store for more details on 01904 651654 or e-mail york@nealsyardremedies.com

Scotland

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Edinburgh
Closing Date - Ongoing

Main Clinic: Applications are invited from self-employed therapists with more than 2 years' experience. E-mail Kate at nyredinburgh@gmail.com for further details.

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Glasgow
Closing Date - Ongoing

We are looking to work with self-employed practitioners with at least 2 years' experience in the following disciplines: Massage, Aromatherapy, Facials, Osteopathy, Physiotherapy, Craniosacral therapy, Chiropractic, Shiatsu, Manual Lymph Drainage, On-site Massage, Sports massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Bowen Technique.

Wales

Therapist

Permanent, Self-employed Part Time
Location - Cardiff
Closing Date - Ongoing

The following therapies are required: Massage, Hot Stone, Herbal Medicine, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Bowen Technique, Nutrition, Naturopathy, Acupuncture, Shiatsu. Yoga and Pilates would also be considered.