Third In Charge - Shoes & Sox Chatswood, Sydney, Brand Collective Pty Ltd

Published 2022-06-26
Expires 2022-07-26
ID #1061782749
Third In Charge - Shoes & Sox Chatswood, Sydney, Brand Collective Pty Ltd
Australia, New South Wales, Sydney,
Published June 26, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Third in charge - shoes & sox chatswood

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We are always on the lookout for passionate and energetic brand ambassadors who will join us on our journey as we continue to grow and evolve this iconic Australian brand! We are on a mission to find an exceptional Part-Time Third In Charge to join our dynamic team at Shoes & Sox Chatswood! Key duties and responsibilities: Work as part of the team to create a genuine shopping experience for every customer Actively and passionately sell on the shop floor and contribute to the stores sales and KPI targets Ensure store presentation is immaculate through adhering to our visual merchandising standards Assist in managing and replenishing stock and contribute to a well organised stock room Take a proactive approach in loss prevention management i.e. stock shrinkage Assist your Store Manager with various administration and store maintenance duties including cleaning as required Always maintain a positive CAN-DO attitude and embrace the Shoes & Sox culture! *Please note we are looking for someone who is seeking to progress within the retail realm - we're big on succession planning!*The skills and experience you offer us: You have previous customer service experience You work well within fast paced team environments You are upbeat, energetic, and motivating - you make the best out of any situation! You are committed to providing exceptional customer service and unforgettable shopping experiences You are passionate about fashion and get a kick out of styling! You have strong communication and organisational skills You are a great listener and use feedback constructively The perks we offer you: Generous discounts for you and your family across Brand Collective's entire stable of brands! That’s 50% off Superdry, Hush Puppies, Clarks, Elka Collective and many more! Quarterly wardrobe allowance to encourage you to wear our brands to work Training and development – we want you to grow and get the most out of your role Monthly bonus scheme (rewards based on KPI achievement) as well as random competitions with giveaways Exclusive benefits platform - access to generous savings from leading retailers like Woolworths, Amazon and Myer! BC Wellness Hub - Monthly wellbeing webinars, individual coaching and an Employee Assistance Program with free access to Mental Health Professionals for when times are tough Quarterly engagement surveys to tell us how it's going - If you have suggestions, we're all ears! Free flu vaccines (keep the nasties away!) At Brand Collective our customers come from all walks of life, and so do we! We value diversity and inclusion in all forms, thus hire based on capability and performance. If you feel like your skills align with the role and company culture, apply with your current CV and Cover Letter. For bonus points, tell us why this role excites you in an optional video cover letter. We are a 2022 Circle Back Initiative Employer – we commit to respond to every applicant. Check us out and follow our social media pages: LinkedIn:@brand collective Facebook:@brand collective Instagram:@brandcoau

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