Screwfix is growing rapidly in Ireland and has opened more than 30 stores since launching in 2019, including opening 12 stores during the pandemic
Screwfix, the omnichannel retailer, is driving forward its expansion in the Republic of Ireland with the aim of helping even more busy tradespeople get their jobs done quickly, affordably, and right the first time and create jobs in local communities.
With a customer and colleague-focused vision, Screwfix is committed to opening even more new stores in the Republic of Ireland and creating new jobs in 2023.
Since 2019, it has opened 30 stores across the country, including Dublin, Limerick and Cork, with over 450 jobs created, Screwfix is actively recruiting for roles, including assistant managers, supervisors and retail assistants.
With more branches opened in 2022 than ever before, stores play a key part in Screwfix’s omnichannel customer journey.
Scott Parsons, Operations Director, Screwfix, says, “We opened our first Screwfix store in Ireland in 2019 and have continued to expand at a fast pace ever since. Our colleagues in store are vital to the business’s success, they thrive in providing customers with the ultimate convenience, alongside building a deep bond with the local community.
“Our expansion in the country is testimony to the business’ serious intention to get even closer to busy tradespeople, and we are keen to achieve Screwfix’s next milestones with people at the heart of what we do.”
A full list of job vacancies in Ireland can be found on Screwfix Careers.
Screwfix’s growth plans are supported by Kingfisher, the retailer’s parent company, whose ‘Powered by Kingfisher’ strategy aims to maximise the benefits of combining its distinct retail banners with the scale, strength, and expertise of the Group.