How to apply for a job at Bed Bath and Beyond

Last updated: May 28, 2024
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Follow these easy steps find a job at a Bed Bath and Beyond

Applying for a job online at Bed Bath and Beyond is easy thanks to a clear and comprehensive application site. Even with store, warehouse, and call center locations across the country, the application site is a single entry point with filters that allows applicants to narrow choices to find good job opportunities.

**Here’s how to navigate the company’s robust online application process. **

Visit the Bed Bath and Beyond career web page

Pick from a variety of store brands that interest you

Bed Bath and Beyond is the parent brand for seven other retail stores that you can chose to apply at. As the largest brand in the group, Bed Bath and Beyond offers the most diversity both in work locations and job types (stores and distribution centers).

  • Bed Bath and Beyond
  • Buy Buy Baby
  • Christmas Tree Shops - and That!
  • Harmon Face Values
  • Cost Plus World Market
  • T-Y Group
  • Harbor Linen
  • Decorist

Select the kind of job you want

The dropdown shows different job groupings: corporate, retail, supply chain (distribution), or call center.

When you select one of those options, you’ll get a list of all job openings in that grouping, and it will also show a list of filters to help narrow your possibilities to jobs nearest you.

Filter the options

Use as many or as few filters as you want. To narrow quickly use the zip code filter. You can also filter by state.

Pick a job to apply for

Once you’ve applied filters, the jobs that match your criteria will remain. Pick one and click on it to see the job description. Read the description to make sure it’s what you’re expecting.

Here are some of the jobs Bed Bath & Beyond hires for regularly:

  • **Retail Cashier **-- Cashiers process customer transactions at the register and customer service desk, process payments, package purchases, and restock customer returns.

  • **Retail Sales Associate **-- People with this position assist customers on the sales floor and answer questions about products, set up gift registries, resolve customer issues, and ring up customer purchases.

  • Retail Stock Associate -- This job is a combination of receiving, verifying, and organizing products in the back room, stocking merchandise on the floor, and serving customers on the floor as needed.

  • Receiving Associate -- This in-store position supports shipping online orders to customers. This person manages incoming and outgoing freight flow, maintains inventory of shipping supplies, oversees organization of merchandise to execute stocking plans and presentation standards, and helps keep the store tidy.

  • Retail Fulfillment Associate -- In some locations, this position is used to combine the duties of the Retail Stock Associate and Receiving Associate.

  • **Warehouse Associate **-- In warehouse locations, use heavy equipment like forklifts and reach trucks to move pallets of merchandise, support inventory management, and maintain a tidy workspace.

  • Inventory Control Associate --Working in the warehouse, this position requires strong math and analytical skills. It focuses on keeping accurate data for inventory tracking and providing reports to corporate departments, as well as managing store returns and returns to vendors.

Steps to complete the application online

First, create an account with your email and a password. Use the “Quick Apply” option if you have a resume that you can upload to the site.

If you don’t have a resume you can fill out the application form. Note that there are several fields with a red asterisk, which means that that those fields are required to move on to the next step. Be prepared with the following information:

  • **Contact information **– Name, address, email, phone

  • Work experience – Job title, company name, location, dates worked, role description. You may add as many work experiences as you would like

  • Education – School, level completed (e.g., GED, high school diploma, AA), course studied if applicable.

  • **Employment authorization **— Can you prove you can legally work in the U.S.?

  • Proof of age — Are you at least 16/18/21 years old? (age requirements will vary on position)

  • Schedule availability — This usually includes listing a start date that works with your schedule as well as including days that you’re available to work

  • References - at least two, with their contact information

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Ashley Wilson
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Content Manager at Jobcase

What a wonderful opportunity! Is anyone thinking of applying?