About the Company

Victoria’s Secret is an American retailer of women’s clothing and beauty merchandise. It is the biggest store when it comes to the segment of public corporations with sales of over US$5 billion and a profit of $1b in 2006. Victoria’s Secret is renowned for its annual latest trend display, the Victoria’s Secret Show, and for its catalogs, all of them showcasing high-end fashion.

In 1982, after five years of careful procedures, Roy Raymond commenced operations with the Victoria’s Secret company, with its six shops and 42-page brochure, bringing in $6 million annually to  Leslie Wexner, owner of The Limited, for $4 million.

Job Description:

Minimum Age To Work:

You must be 18 years to apply for a job at Victoria Secrets.

Job Hours:

Job hours varies by store location

Careers at the Company

The company has a heritage of unprecedented achievement and it is ever ready to see a future of money-making development through expansion round the world.  They have carefully composed new partners in the business who share a passion for their clientele. It has always been their aim to look for motivated thinkers to be part of their growing business when and while their customers look for more in their in store and online offering. If your vocation aspirations align with their company prospects, then connect with them to begin a new chapter.

Work Culture

At Victoria’s Secrets, they desire to let you have what you need to be at your best. That’s why they strive to offer comparable advantages globally — so you are paid for your assistance and can choose positions that fit your clothing orientation.

Some of the benefits offered are:

  • Employee Assistance Plan
  • Health Care & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Savings & Retirement Benefits
  • Paid Time Off
  • Merchandise Discounts
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Adoption Assistance
  • Health & Wellness Benefits
  • Life Insurance
  • Disability
  • Commuter Benefits
  • Legal Insurance

Career Opportunities

  • International
  • Loss Prevention and Safety Services
  • Marketing
  • Merchandising
  • Planning and Allocation
  • Production, Sourcing and Logistics
  • Stores
  • Store Operations
  • Visual Merchandising
  • Customer Care Centers
  • Distribution Center Operations
  • Design
  • Executive Leadership
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology

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