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“Reasonably paid for market, co-operatve teamplayers, manic Christmas seasons”

Competitive basic pay for the industry Genuine co-workers and good teamplayers, generally supportive and constructive Good open door policy in place so you don't have to go through layers and layers of middle management to get your message to the top, you can feedback opinions and issues straight to the top if you need to.

High seasons – like Christmas - manically busy Sometimes put on overtime with no notice, don't appreciate this Feel too much strategy and direction meetings goes on behind closed doors, it would be more direct to be able to attend some of these and also would be able to get 'with the programme' earlier that way.

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15 Iceland Foods jobsView all Iceland Foods jobs »
Home Delivery Driver
£9.22 per hour - Hartcliffe Store
Senior Supervisor
£20,823 - Newry
Deputy Manager
£25,381 - Hayes Town- Uxbridge
Deputy Manager
£25,381 - West London
Store Manager
Up to £38,000 - East Sussex
Store Manager - Wiltshire
Upto £32,000 - Wiltshire / Bristol
Store Manager
Up to £42000 - South west london
Store Manager
£32,000 - £40,000 - Chelmsford/Essex Area
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Iceland opened its first store selling loose frozen food in Oswestry in 1970 and has since grown into a unique, fast growing company with more than 730 shops throughout the UK. These days Iceland are the frozen food experts selling great quality products to busy, value conscious mums.