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HIGH PERFORMER? BUSINESS TRANSFORMER?

Spotting potential, driving growth, making connections: our Regional Managers are natural-born leaders. We’re on a journey to become #1 for service on the high street. So, if you’re ready to lead, it’s time to step forward.

THE ROLE

In this role, you’ll deliver success, organising resources, balancing profit and loss, and hitting KPIs. But there’s a lot more to it than that. Behind every target are the people in our stores and, behind them, is you. As a Regional Manager, you’ll guide and inspire our teams, fostering a culture of passion and performance, developing improvement strategies and translating them in to action.

WHO WE LOOK FOR

When it comes to finding Regional Managers, experience is only part of the puzzle. Equally important are ideas and strategies, and the determination, initiative and vision needed to see them through. That’s why we don’t look exclusively for telecoms experience – if you’ve proven your abilities in a senior retail role, and are searching for the autonomy you need to make an impact, we want to hear from you.

MEET THE TEAM

Across the UK, our Regional Managers are working tirelessly to help us achieve our ambitious vision of industry leadership. Below, you can hear their stories: their history, how they’ve progressed at EE, what they have achieved, and what they hope to achieve.

DEBORAH'S STORY

At EE, you can go far without having to sacrifice the life you value. Whatever your situation, we can offer you the support you need to excel – and a career that fits around you. Over the following slides, discover how Deborah found the perfect work-life balance at EE.

Deborah is no stranger to the struggle of finding a happy work-life balance. A mother of two, she spent six years working across Europe as a Senior Manager for a global fast-food chain. Eventually, she found it difficult to juggle spending time with her children and the demands of her job.

Deborah wanted to spend more time with her children, but she didn’t want to sacrifice her career: that’s where we came in. Returning to her home city of Glasgow, she became the EE West Scotland Regional Manager. It was the right decision – but not one she made without reservation.

“I hadn’t worked in retail before, and had no experience in telecommunications. I knew I’d have to start from scratch, so it did take some convincing to apply. But I soon discovered that it really isn’t the be-all and end-all. As an employer, EE are passionate about helping people learn.”

Now, Deborah has progressed to becoming the Head of Central Retail Stores. Running a division that covers six regions, employs 1400 advisors and generates £multi-million profits annually, it’s a fast-paced challenging role – but one that gives her the flexibility to be present with her children.

“It’s about having the right environment – an open workplace, where you can have a good work-life balance, and have your ideas heard. This isn’t just for women: it benefits everybody. It attracts a broader mix of managers and advisors, which better reflects our customer base and impacts our commercial success. That’s why it’s important. And that’s why it works.”

At EE, you can go far without having to sacrifice the life you value. Whatever your situation, we can offer you the support you need to excel – and a career that fits around you. Over the following slides, discover how Deborah found the perfect work-life balance at EE.

Deborah is no stranger to the struggle of finding a happy work-life balance. A mother of two, she spent six years working across Europe as a Senior Manager for a global fast-food chain. Eventually, she found it difficult to juggle spending time with her children and the demands of her job.

Deborah wanted to spend more time with her children, but she didn’t want to sacrifice her career: that’s where we came in. Returning to her home city of Glasgow, she became the EE West Scotland Regional Manager. It was the right decision – but not one she made without reservation.

“I hadn’t worked in retail before, and had no experience in telecommunications. I knew I’d have to start from scratch, so it did take some convincing to apply. But I soon discovered that it really isn’t the be-all and end-all. As an employer, EE are passionate about helping people learn.”

Now, Deborah has progressed to becoming the Head of Central Retail Stores. Running a division that covers six regions, employs 1400 advisors and generates £multi-million profits annually, it’s a fast-paced challenging role – but one that gives her the flexibility to be present with her children.

“It’s about having the right environment – an open workplace, where you can have a good work-life balance, and have your ideas heard. This isn’t just for women: it benefits everybody. It attracts a broader mix of managers and advisors, which better reflects our customer base and impacts our commercial success. That’s why it’s important. And that’s why it works.”

BENEFITS

Directing the success of your stores is a great responsibility. And, with great responsibility, comes great reward. As a key figure in the EE family, we’ll do all we can to make sure you’re well looked after. Along with a competitive salary and bonus plan, you’ll receive discounted phone, broadband and TV packages for you and your family, and you’ll be able to build a flexible benefits package tailored to your needs. From childcare vouchers for working parents, to travel insurance for jet-setters, all the options are designed to help you put together a package that’s perfect for you.

  • Dental cover
  • Critical illness cover
  • Life assurance
  • Travel insurance
  • Healthcare options
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Cycle2work scheme
  • Pension scheme.

EE is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We pride ourselves on creating an inclusive working environment. In fact, our CEO – Marc Allera – has appeared on the Agents for Change Power List, as one of the top 30 men tackling gender inequality in the workplace. We’re always looking for ways to make a job at EE work for everyone, which is why we’re open to considering flexible working, part-time hours or other flexible options.  We also offer emergency time off for dependants, generous maternity and paternity leave, and sabbaticals. It’s our way of helping people find a job that suits them, so talk to us during the recruitment process to find out where you could fit in.

BECOME A REGIONAL MANAGER

You’ve heard about the role, checked out the perks and now you’re interested. But how do you apply? Follow the arrows to see the steps to becoming an EE Regional Manager.

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Apply online

Take a peek at our current opportunities above. Complete an application if you’re interested, and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

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Online assessment

If we like your style, we’ll ask you to complete an online assessment. It’s nothing too difficult: we’re just making sure you’re suitable for the role. The assessment should take up to half an hour to complete.

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Interview

If everything went well with your online assessment, we’ll be in touch to arrange an interview with our recruitment team, and maybe the Head of Stores. This might be over the phone or face-to-face.

After your interview, if successful, we’ll invite you to visit for a half-day assessment.

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Half-day assessment

It’s time to get down to brass tacks: we’ll work through a business plan and coaching exercises before moving on to an interview. Part of this will be competency-based, but we’re also exploring whether you’re suited to EE and the role.

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Store visit(s)

If you pass the half-day assessment, we may invite you to conduct some store visits with the Hiring Manager, who will get to know you, and your managerial style, a little bit better.

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Final interview

Almost there! Last of all, we’ll ask you to attend a final interview with the Senior Head of Stores and Retail Director. We’ll let you know shortly after your final interview whether the position has been offered to you.

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Final steps

Congratulations! We want you on the team. At this point, we’ll send you a formal offer, along with your contract, and devise a bespoke 3-month induction plan built specifically for you.

You’ve heard about the role, checked out the perks and now you’re interested. But how do you apply? Follow the arrows to see the steps to becoming an EE Regional Manager.

1 of 7

Apply online

Take a peek at our current opportunities above. Complete an application if you’re interested, and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

2 of 7

Online assessment

If we like your style, we’ll ask you to complete an online assessment. It’s nothing too difficult: we’re just making sure you’re suitable for the role. The assessment should take up to half an hour to complete.

3 of 7

Interview

If everything went well with your online assessment, we’ll be in touch to arrange an interview with our recruitment team, and maybe the Head of Stores. This might be over the phone or face-to-face.

After your interview, if successful, we’ll invite you to visit for a half-day assessment.

4 of 7

Half-day assessment

It’s time to get down to brass tacks: we’ll work through a business plan and coaching exercises before moving on to an interview. Part of this will be competency-based, but we’re also exploring whether you’re suited to EE and the role.

5 of 7

Store visit(s)

If you pass the half-day assessment, we may invite you to conduct some store visits with the Hiring Manager, who will get to know you, and your managerial style, a little bit better.

6 of 7

Final interview

Almost there! Last of all, we’ll ask you to attend a final interview with the Senior Head of Stores and Retail Director. We’ll let you know shortly after your final interview whether the position has been offered to you.

7 of 7

Final steps

Congratulations! We want you on the team. At this point, we’ll send you a formal offer, along with your contract, and devise a bespoke 3-month induction plan built specifically for you.

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