Journeys Part

Journeys - Store Jobs San Jose , CA 95111

Posted 2 months ago

Job Description:

WHY WORK FOR SHOES?

  • We're committed to our people - we want you to succeed!

  • We offer rapid promotions for top performers - we promote from within.

  • Tangible results of your hard work reflected in your paycheck Work Hard- Make Good Money, Work Harder- Make GREAT Money!

  • Compensation includes base pay, sales commission, and bonus potential.

  • Great Store Environment

  • Excellent Benefits

  • We are fun, a bit irreverent and encourage you to embrace your individuality.

SALES ASSOCIATE - JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Meet and exceed personal sales goal and standards of performance.

  • Be aware of store sales goal.

  • Provide a fun, full service experience to all customers.

  • Complete all point of sale functions as required.

  • Complete all assigned tasks and responsibilities promptly.

  • Perform all Operational/Loss Prevention procedures accurately according to policies.

  • Maintain store appearance and stockroom organization.

  • Effectively communicate all store needs to management

  • Stay informed of current fashion trends.

  • Complete all required training.

  • Understand the Journeys culture and demonstrate it to the team.

Requirements

  • Prior retail sales experience preferred.

  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.

  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.

  • Desire to succeed in fast paced retail environment.

  • Willingness to learn.

  • Ability to climb, reach, bend, and lift up to 50 pounds.

  • Ability to work night and weekend shifts.

  • Stand for long periods of time

  • Must be at least 16 years of age.

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