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Each member of our team makes a positive contribution to our business and plays their part in maintaining the highest customer service, quality and hygiene standards. We achieve this by:

• Working as a positive member of the team
• Greeting our customers in a friendly and courteous manner at all times
• Being considerate to fellow employees
• Being ever-courteous to colleagues, managers and customers
• Giving outstanding service to customers
• Going about our jobs in an enthusiastic manner
• Always striving to improve store standards
• Following training guidelines and attending all training and development programmes

There are many advantages to working for Herlihy’s Supermarket Group, these include:

• A progressive dynamic company
• Nice working environment
• Good team support
• An approachable management system
• Comprehensive training
• Company Pension plan
• Christmas Bonus Scheme
• Staff Outings
• Discounted Healthcare Insurance
• Promotional Opportunities


Current positions

Bishopstown Centra require an Apprentice Butcher.

We are currently recruiting for an Apprentice Butcher based in Bishopstown.

As an Apprentice Butcher with Herlihys Centra you will be given the opportunity of a 3 year Apprentice Butcher Programme with Full Training.

This position is mainly in the Bishopstown Store for 4 days and 1 day in the Fermoy Store.

Please apply via our application form. (Click on Bishopstown above)


Bishopstown Centra require Deli Assistant for day shifts


Fluent English is essential and previous food preparation experience would be an advantage.


Please apply via our application form. (Click on Bishopstown above)