Join ourPost office team

Our post offices branches are an essential service in the centre of the community. Our branches provide a wide range of services, so our colleagues must have a vast product knowledge. Our members tell us that they value their local post offices and use it for more than just postal services.

Become our nextCounter clerk

As a counter clerk you’ll be responsible for dealing with letters and parcels, promoting post offices products and services, paying out pensions and benefits, and more.

Motivate your team as aPost office manager

As a post office manager you’ll be responsible for ensuring the standards of both Lincolnshire Co-op and the Post Office Ltd are achieved. You’ll ensure your team are compliant and the post office is available as a vital service for the local community.

Get to knowBen

Click the video to hear what Ben has to say about his experience working in our post office business.

Our storiesCareer path

Click below to scroll through Antionette career and read how she enjoys her role interacting with customers and FUNdraising.

Antoinette
Counter Clerk

1994
Went to school and completed GCSEs.

1996 - 2002
Various roles in customer service including a nursery.

2003
I always enjoyed numbers and maths at school so I started working as a financial cashier for a homelet company. Unfortunately I was made redundant in 2009.

2010
I worked as a dinner lady at Lincoln Castle Academy. The hours suited my home life well and I enjoyed the job, but I wanted more of a challenge and to get back into working with numbers.

2014
I applied to Lincolnshire Co-op as a counter clerk at Trelawney Crescent Post Office in Lincoln as I felt my skills in finance would be well-suited to the role. I loved it from the moment I started!

2016
I moved to Carlton Centre Post Office. Although the change was daunting, I immediately settled in really well with my new co-workers.

2019 - 2020
I love dressing up and raising money for charity. I’ve also used my colleague volunteering hours to help out local causes with things like revamping the equipment at public play areas.

2021
I completed the Institute of Leadership and Management Level 3. It was a challenge but I’m really proud of this huge achievement!

CareersLatest vacancies

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Post Office

Post Office Counter Clerk

Location:
Nettleham
Business areas
Post Offices
Vacancy type:
Permanent
Working in a post office is not just about selling stamps, our branches provide a wide range o...
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Post Office

Post Office Manager

Location:
Saxilby
Business areas
Post Offices
Vacancy type:
Permanent
Working in a post office is not just about selling stamps, our branches provide a wide range o...
Latest

Post Office

Post Office Counter Clerk

Location:
Nettleham
Business areas
Post Offices
Vacancy type:
Permanent
Working in a post office is not just about selling stamps, our branches provide a wide range o...
Latest

Post Office

Sorting Office Supervisor

Location:
Billinghay
Business areas
Post Offices
Vacancy type:
Permanent
Our Post Offices offer a range of valued services to their local communities. Our Sorting Offi...
Latest

Post Office

Post Office Manager

Location:
Billinghay
Business areas
Post Offices
Vacancy type:
Permanent
Working in a post office is not just about selling stamps, our branches provide a wide range o...
Latest

Post Office

Post Office Counter Clerk

Location:
Brant Road, Lincoln
Business areas
Post Offices
Vacancy type:
Permanent
Working in a post office is not just about selling stamps, our branches provide a wide range o...

Our storiesColleague experiences

We have been named as one of the country's top employers, offering career progression opportunities and valued reward and recognition schemes to our 2,900 colleagues. Click below to read their experiences working for us.

Rachel
Manager
Fiona
Manager
Claire
Counter Clerk
Ben
Manager

Apply nowWhat happens

When applying for one of our roles, you’ll go through the recruitment process with our resourcing team. But what happens next?

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First step

Click on careers and start your search. Read about our roles and watch some videos and find one that suits you.

Make an application

Register and complete an application telling us why you're right for the role. We want to hear all about you, your skills and experience that can demonstrate to us who you are and what makes you really stand out. You can either complete our application form or upload a copy of your CV.

The next step

If you’re invited to an interview, you will need to pick a slot. Our interviews can take place by telephone, via Microsoft teams or face-to-face. You may be asked to complete a series of assessments which will help us find out more about you.

Prepare for an interview

You may need your application to hand, any questions and a notepad and pen to jot things down. Think about your career history and have a good read about Lincolnshire Co-op. We’ll be looking to hear examples from different areas of your life, both at work and outside, where you demonstrated problem-solving skills.

During the interview

Listen carefully to your interviewer, but don’t be afraid to ask questions. Remember, we’ve already seen your application and decided that we’re interested, so this is your chance to build on that positive start.

We’ll be in touch

During the interview we’ll let you know when you’ll find out the outcome and what the next steps might be.

Offer accepted

Congratulations and welcome to team Lincolnshire Co-op. We will start to discuss your joining date. You’ll then have access to our onboarding platform with some information to help you start your career with us.

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