Some useful questions and answers below. Alternatively complete the “ask us a question” section and we will contact you.
Where do I find out about vacancies at HomeChoice?
Please view our Current Vacancies page. We also advertise on various online job portals such as LinkedIn, BizCommunity, Careers24, Twitter and Facebook.
How do I apply for a position at HomeChoice?
To apply for any of our current vacancies, please go here Current Vacancies. For a general application submission, please go here Submit your CV.
When will I hear if I am successful?
You will be contacted by phone or in writing to let you know whether you are successful. If you have not heard from HomeChoice within 30 days, you can consider your application as unsuccessful.
I am a full-time student and would like to work on weekends and during my holidays. Can I apply?
Yes, we do offer part-time employment.
Does HomeChoice offer job-shadowing opportunities?
Yes, although this does depend on the departmental manager as well as the nature of business in that specific department, for example, confidentiality in a certain area.
What are the working hours?
Depending on the role, work hours vary between 40 and 45 hours per week. Operational areas work various shifts, including Saturdays. These shifts may change from time to time depending on operational requirements.
Does HomeChoice have any stores?
HomeChoice operates primarily from a head office in Wynberg, Cape Town. We have a retail showroom in Wynberg and distribution centres in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
What is HomeChoice’s view on broad-based black economic empowerment?
The company is committed to transformation and as an equal opportunities employer, we are compliant with all aspects of the Employment Equity Act, No. 55 of 1998. We are committed to providing career advancement opportunities to both genders and members of previously disadvantaged communities. Our employment and promotion practices are based on skills and merit and we continue to monitor the employment equity progress of the company.