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Service Desk Leader

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Paul Mitchell Schools Provo , UT 84606

Posted 4 months ago

Paul Mitchell The School Provo is seeking a qualified Service Desk Leader to join our family! With over one hundred schools nation-wide, Paul Mitchell Schools is growing faster than ever. Our "One Size Fits All" and "Be Nice" culture creates a uniquely wonderful learning environment that attracts the most qualified staff team members who always put our Future Professionals first. Not only do we offer an education second to none, we also make time for personal and communal growth through opportunities such as FUNraising monthly team trainings, student clubs and activities, fashion shows, photo shoots and much more.

Service Desk Leader Role

The Service Desk Leader is professional and has sales and service experience and basic guest service communication skills. He or she must have basic computer software and telephone skills. The objective of a Service Desk Leader is to oversee the Service Desk team and to create an extraordinary experience for service guests, prospective Future Professionals, and all other school guests. He or she also acts as a guest service mentor to the Future Professionals. He or she follows all service desk systems to guide and support a smooth guest service flow in the clinic classroom.

What We Are Looking For

The ideal candidate will have successful previous sales experience, as well as experience with guest service. He or she must be self-motivated to set, meet, and exceed goals, as well as inspire and inspect. This position requires experience in positive and effective communication, customer service resolution, teamwork, and beauty product sales.

Skills/Competencies Required:

  • Experience in guest service

  • Excellent organization, coaching, and communication skills

  • Skills in supervision, teamwork, documentation, and return on investment

  • Solid work history with verifiable references

  • Passion for the beauty industry

  • Honesty and professionalism

  • Previous cash management and balancing cash drawers

  • Experience in handling high volume phone calls preferred

Paul Mitchell The School Provo is an equal opportunity employer.


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