Director Commission For The Blind Job Description Sample
Rehab Teacher For The Blind III
This posting is for the State of Hawaii, Department of Human Services, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.
This position is located in Wailuku on the island of Maui.
Salary $3,989.00 - $4,672.00 (SR-20, Step C to G) per month*
- Note: Hiring Rates will be based on availability of funds, the applicant's qualifications and other relevant factors.
If you have any questions regarding this civil service delegated position, please contact Alyson Roig at (808) 586-4981 (Monday
Friday, 7:45 am
4:30 pm (HST), or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The State Recruiting Office will refer all inquiries regarding this delegated position to the Department of Human Services, Personnel Office.
This position is responsible for assessing the need for and providing instruction in personal care, home management, communication, mobility, and socialization, to elderly blind (age 55+) living in their own homes, or in care, boarding, or nursing homes. The purpose of the teaching and consultations is to assist these individuals in their total adjustment in the home and community by making maximum use of existing skills, and in developing new skills to compensate for vision loss. The Rehabilitation Teacher may conduct orientation sessions for personal in care, boarding, or nursing homes in working with the elderly blind. Instruction is provided statewide, therefore, a significant amount of interisland travel will be a regular part of the job duties. An incumbent not stationed on Oahu is expected to travel to Oahu for training and meetings with the supervisor.
Minimum Qualification Requirements
Basic Education Requirement:
Graduation from an accredited four (4) year college or university with a bachelor's degree.
Excess work experience as described under General or Specialized Experience, below, or any other responsible administrative, professional or analytical work experience which provided knowledge, skills, and abilities comparable to those acquired in four (4) years of successful study while completing a college or university curriculum leading to a baccalaureate degree may be substituted on a year-for-year basis. To be acceptable, the experience must have been of such scope, level and quality as to assure the possession of comparable knowledge, skills and abilities.
The education or experience background must also demonstrate the ability to write clear and comprehensive reports and other documents; read and interpret complex written material; and solve complex problems logically and systemically.
General Experience: One year of progressively responsible professional work experience providing direct services to individuals with disabilities which provided knowledge and understanding of the implications of disabling conditions and the effect of disability on the behavior and personality of individuals.
Specialized Experience: One year of progressively responsible professional work experience providing rehabilitation instruction to blind or visually impaired individuals in one or more subject areas or topics such as communication, personal management, home management, activities of daily living, recreation or leisure activities, etc.
At least one year of the experience must have been comparable in difficulty, depth, and scope of work experience at the next lover level in the State service.
A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Special Education may be substituted for all of the General Experience.
A master's degree from an accredited college or university in teaching the blind may be substituted for all of the General Experience and one (1) year of the Specialized Experience.
Excess Specialized Experience may be substituted for the General Experience on a month-for-month basis.
How to Apply:
1.Applications are available at the Department of Human Services (DHS)
Personnel Office or at http://humanservices.hawaii.gov/employment opportunities/.
2.Complete and return forms to the Department of Human Services
Personnel Office, 1390 Miller Street, Room 202, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813. Your application may be rejected if the required documentation as identified below is not submitted at the time of application. A legible photocopy of your application with current information and an original signature will be accepted.
(PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FILE AN APPLICATION ONLINE WITH THE STATE RECRUITING OFFICE)
Substitute Teacher - Blind School
Purpose: Substitute for permanent teacher of the blind.
Instructs, follow lesson plans, and assesses student knowledge on behalf of the permanent teacher:
Incorporates specified lesson plans, using a variety of techniques, including lectures, projects, exhibits, library resources, computers and the Internet;
Monitors, assists, corrects and grades student performance;
Engages students in meaningful and authentic instruction, remediation and assessment activities.
Maintains a well structured educational environment:
Maintains order in the classroom and in conjunction with administrative staff, discipline when necessary to achieve proper behavior;
Reports to administrator unusual behavior issues.
Monitors students when needed:
Keeps records of academic performance, attendance and social acclimation;
Reports on all aspects of student development for school records and parents;
Shares, with other teachers and staff, responsibility for monitoring halls, study periods and lunchroom;
Reports cases of suspected child abuse to administrator and/or law enforcement authorities according to state law.
Maintains professional licensure and development:
- Upgrades personal/professional knowledge and skills pursuant to State of Ohio teaching licensure requirements.
Must maintain valid Ohio certification and/or licensure in the education of the blind and visually impaired, pre-kindergarten, early education and or early intervention certification.
Substitute Children's Teacher Aide 3 - Blind School
Purpose: Support learning objectives of students attending the Ohio State School for the Blind K - 12 program with duties and grade levels as assigned.
Assists in the creation and execution of a well-managed classroom environment aimed at promoting student learning:
Prepares and gathers instructional materials as requested to support instruction, individual tutoring or behavior plan implementation;
Provides instructional support to implement students' IEPs and to support progress toward State content standards;
Provides classroom structure, 1:1 assistance and intervention and behavioral plan documentation and reinforcement;
Uses positive behavioral supports, principles of crisis intervention and classroom routines to achieve behavioral expectations conducive to learning;
Tutors, mediates and counsels with individual students or small groups;
Creates an environment that is physically and emotional safe, with equity and respect for all students.
Monitors students' activities, corrective behavior and safety:
Supervises students in cafeteria, hallways, walking across campus, special classes, on field trips, playground, disembarking and boarding transportation, detention or in study hall;
Supervises in absence of classroom teacher if necessary;
Assists during emergency drills, including evacuations;
Reports suspected cases of child abuse to legal authorities;
Assists with toilet training, diaper changing, changing clothes, feeding skills, medication management following training and minor medical procedures after training;
Provides counseling and/or time out intervention for students needing special intervention;
Maintains records, charts and other data concerning student behaviors, progress on behavior plans and success of interventions.
Performs clerical tasks to support educational program:
Takes attendance and maintains other records as assigned;
Completes inventory, orders materials, distributes materials and supplies and delivers on campus mail;
Assembles materials, copies and collates, files, organizes materials;
Assists with summer child care duties and assignments;
Prepares classrooms, sets up technology and/or maintains electronic files.
Supports the mission of the school:
Enhances public relations;
Stays current of best practices, new requirements, content areas, child development and deaf education/education through professional development;
Participates in extra-curricular activities;
Makes required reports to legal authorities;
Maintains required records and completes required forms;
Reports unsafe situations immediately;
Assures the careful supervision of students in classrooms, grounds, hallways and on field trips;
Assists with summer camp activities, including off campus field trips or swimming/pool activities as assigned.
Continue to develop professional skills:
Completes requirements for educational license as required;
Participates in school-wide professional development activities or specific development as required on Performance Evaluation Plan;
Attends workshops and conferences.
Must possess current Educational Aide Permit as issued by State Board of Education; 12 mos. exp. in teaching assistance, 4 mos. of which involved assisting teacher in preparing for lesson plans. -Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.
Substitute Youth Leader - Blind School
Purpose: Provides the safety, social and educational development of assigned students.
Accounts for the presence and conditions of assigned students:
Supervises and monitors student day/night activities, sleeping patterns and environment;
Conducts bed checks according to work rules and procedures; remains within proximity (sight, sound, distance) of student at all times;
Accurately reports and documents abnormal/unusual student behavior, incidents, accidents and conditions requiring medical/crisis/supervision intervention pursuant to work rules and procedures;
Learns and follows all safety, medical protocol and emergency procedures (e.g., fire and weather emergencies, security measures, medication dispensary, refers sick/injured students, reminds student of medications, tests emergency backup lighting units/flashlights on weekly basis);
Teaches, guides and assists students in practices of all safety and emergency procedures;
Takes immediate action and makes appropriate judgments/decisions according to work rules, emergency procedures and situations that are unsafe for student.
Provides assistance and guidance according to assigned student's education/life learning programs:
Participates in the development of student Individualized Residential Program (IRP); refers students to support services (e.g., tutoring, counseling); serves as an adult role model;
Guides, assesses and documents student accomplishments according to their IEP or IRP, and/or ITP in areas of personal hygiene, housekeeping, lifelong daily living skills, etc.; helps students to accomplish goals and short term objectives;
Maintains rapport with students, parents and staff; communicates with assigned students, parents/guardians as needed and/or directed by supervisor;
Implements discipline necessary to obtain behavior conducive to a learning environment and social norms;
Follows an approved student discipline plan when appropriate.
Assist in the personal care/safely of assigned students:
- Helps and/or does laundry; provides care and personal hygiene services (e.g., housekeeping chores, makes beds, changes soiled clothing and maintains clean bathrooms and living areas);
- Escorts and monitors students to and from school functions, activities and meals; transports students as required; prepares students for weekend departures and/or school closings.
Documents and maintains student records:
- Completes and files reports and forms accurately (e.g., accident reports, field trip requests, campus visitations, activity permits, substitute files, student off campus visitations, student progress on their IRPs, ITPs, and IEPs);
- Reports all external communications/contacts to supervisor (e.g., student activities, problems, social and/or educational needs).
Conducts special projects or other related duties:
Mails correspondence, decorates bulletin boards, writes newsletter articles, prepares material for afternoon group discussions;
Assists in the training of new staff and student assistants on evening, night and morning duties/routines; contributes to team effort;
Orders/picks up food and/or supplies for dormitories;
Substitutes for youth leaders on other shifts/dormitories.
1 course or 3 mos. exp. in child care; 1 course or 3 mos. exp. in hygiene.
Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications of Employment noted above.
School Psychologist (Teacher) - Blind School
The school psychologist will support the school by using a variety of strategies including record review, observations, assessments, and team conferences to address student needs, to improve school systems and to produce an accurate assessment of a students abilities and challenges. This position includes the opportunity to grow professional expertise in serving students with visual impairments and students who are deaf or hard of hearing. We are committed to supporting and developing professional growth in these areas.
Identifies student's service requirements:
Conducts psychological evaluations and/or assessments;
Administers, scores and interprets psychological tests and/or assessments;
Reviews pre-admission or pre-treatment dates from local schools;
Consult with staff and families regarding effective teaching strategies and techniques to manage behavior and crises.
Assists administrators in student's personal and social development:
Conducts interviews and writes evaluation reports for school aged students with emotional or behavior problems;
Reviews and evaluates behavior plans;
Provides psychological intervention treatment;
Serves as advisor on psychological matters (e.g., IEP, MFE);
Participates, facilitates and documents the treatment review team process;
Conducts student counseling and follows upon treatment;
Administers and interprets age appropriate assessments for children with disabilities.
Protects student's confidentiality and school operations:
Maintains and monitors confidential information process;
Reports suspected abuse or maltreatment to law enforcement authorities and superintendent.
Master's Degree from a National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) approved college or university in school psychology;
Ability to obtain licensure with the Ohio Department of Education;
Clinical skills in the administration and interpretation of age appropriate assessments for children with disabilities.
Prior experience in assessment and educational planning for students with Visual Impairments (VI), Deaf (D), Hard of Hearing (HOH), Deafblind (DB), Multiple Disabilities (MD) and spectrum disabilities (ASD);
Prior experience and/or knowledge of regulations pertaining to IEP requirements and social/emotional programming;
Receptive and expressive skills in American Sign Language (ASL) and/or an interest in gaining sign skills;
Ability to work with an ASL clinical interpreter.
Process Engineer - Blind Products
Job Description: Arconic Fastening Systems is looking for a(n) Process Engineer – Blind Products who is responsible for conducting manufacturing engineering assignments to design, implement or improve processes, tooling, machine designs, cost estimates, and/or resolve engineering problems that support safety, delivery, quality, cost and product quantity goals and objectives. The position will be located in Waco, TX.
Arconic (NYSE: ARNC) creates breakthrough products that shape industries. Working in close partnership with our customers, we solve complex engineering challenges to transform the way we fly, drive, build and power. Through the ingenuity of our people and cutting-edge advanced manufacturing techniques, we deliver these products at a quality and efficiency that ensure customer success and shareholder value. Arconic Fastening Systems, a business unit of Arconic, holds the number one global position in aerospace fastening systems, and we're the North American leader in commercial transportation fasteners. Our high-tech, multi-material fastening systems are found nose to tail on aircraft and aero engines. Our products are also critical components of industrial gas turbines, automobiles, commercial transportation vehicles, and construction and industrial equipment. Headquartered in Torrance, CA; AFS employs over 6,000 people in 11 countries at 31 locations.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Define problems, design experiments, collect data, establish hypotheses/facts, and draw valid conclusions using an extensive variety of technical tools in written, mathematical or diagram forms while dealing with multiple abstract and concrete variables;
Lead focused activities to diagnose and determine root causes using problem solving and troubleshooting tools to address Product Discrepancies and Corrective Actions;
Prepare and carry out approved recommendations to include tool redesign and alterations, change of material specifications, dimensions, methods, routings, layouts, etc. to improve operational metrics;
Through research of advanced technology, develop proposals for automation, mechanization, methods, special tooling, machine attachments, etc. for cost reduction;
Analyze and prepare capital equipment justifications: prepare cost estimates, involvement in changing from present to new methods, and estimate savings expected as the result of such change;
Plan equipment layout and workflow, estimate routing times and manpower requirements, set-up lines and train supervisors, managers, and operators in correct production procedures for new or vastly revised production operations;
Work closely with other departments (Quality, Engineering, Purchasing, etc.) or vendors to resolve problems or respond to technical questions;
Maintain records, files, and other documentation pertinent to special and regular assignments performed;
Maintain technical skills by attending training classes, special technical and administrative courses, seminars, exhibits and trade shows as needed;
Write reports, business correspondence, work instructions and procedures;
Present information and respond to questions from groups of managers and employees;
Interface with all departments of the facility and with the other plants and companies;
Follows regulations and requirements of the SPCC Plan, RCRA regulations, and operating procedures involving hazardous chemicals outlined in the Environmental Management System when performing any tasks involving hazardous chemicals or hazardous wastes;
Ensure that all work activities are performed in accordance with established safety and environmental standards;
Maintain full compliance with Company policies and procedures and conduct all activities in accordance with the Arconic Guide to Business Conduct;
Demonstrate a knowledge of and commitment to Arconic Business Systems manufacturing principles and techniques, including Kaizen, 5S, TPM, daily management, problem solving, etc.;
Provide leadership to others through example and the sharing of knowledge/skill;
Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university in Science or Engineering;
Minimum of 5 years of experience in project management, implementing engineered process improvements and/or demonstrated cost savings in a production environment;
Minimum of 3 years of experience with personal computer skills, including MS Office and CAD;
Demonstrated record of achievement improving operational metrics (e.g. OEE, pph, uptime, set-up time, output etc) and problem solving;
Demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects concurrently and re-prioritize with business demands;
Employees must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
This position is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) which requires U.S. person status. ITAR defines U.S. person as an U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Political Asylee, or Refugee.
Experience in the metal working industry with high volume operations and fastener manufacturing;
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations;
Experience with using Lotus Notes databases and Baan MRP system;
Computer skills including ME10 CAD, Deform, Solid Works etc.;
Experience with MES (Manufacturing Execution System) and/or SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) control systems;
Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, and fundamentals of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry. Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations;
Manual dexterity sufficient to reach/handle items, works with the fingers, and perceive attributes of objects and materials;
Special vision required, such as close vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
Blind Rehab Support Spec-Chs
CHENEGA HEALTHCARE SERVICES, LLC (CHS)
Company Job Title:
Blind Rehabilitation Support Specialist
Chenega Job Title:
Research Associate V
WRNMMC Bethesda, MD
Non-Exempt, Full Time, Regular, Hourly
- The Blind Rehabilitation Support Specialist will assist CHS in the support of the DoD/VA Vision Center of Excellence (VCE) in the prevention, diagnosis, mitigation, treatment, and rehabilitation of military eye and vision injuries. Will work with the Associate Director of Rehabilitation and Reintegration in developing and enhancing assistive technologies, protocols, and processes.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
(Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position)
Coordinate with other research and professional staff in preparation of VCE documents, written reports, and manuscripts for submission to scientific journals, posters, newsletters.
Contribute to the development of any VCE Fact Sheets related to Vision Rehabilitation for the Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs
Collaborate with the VA Blind Rehabilitation Specialist and other Ophthalmology and Optometry staff (government and contracting) in review of research to develop educational material specific to blind rehabilitation.
Provide research on identified topics to VCE stakeholders to include Service Members and VA specialty leaders.
Review and interpret DoD/VA patient data, scientific statistics and reports.
Create original content and short articles and/or update content and articles on topics of blind rehabilitation VCE.
- Other duties as assigned
(To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.)
Must possess a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major field of study in blind or vision rehabilitation, related program in rehabilitation special education, family and consumer science education, technology and industrial arts education or health care, or a master's degree from an accredited college or university with a major field of study in blind or vision rehabilitation, related program in rehabilitation, special education, family and consumer science education, technology and industrial arts education or health care or a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and obtained a certificate in the core curriculum in orientation and mobility, vision rehabilitation therapy or low vision therapy from an accredited college or university. For individuals, this education must have included supervised practice.
Should possess at least one (two preferred) active, current, full and unrestricted certification to be eligible. Certification must be one of the following granted by the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals (ACVREP):
Certified Low Vision Therapist (CLVT)
Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist (COMS)
Certified Vision Rehabilitation Therapist (CVRT)
Certified Assistive Technology Instructional Specialist for People with Visual Impairments (CATIS)
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Excellent skills in written and spoken communication
Excellent time management skills and organizational abilities
Proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite
Should also have the ability to conduct data pulls, record & literature review, collect, review and validate education materials
Experience in rehabilitation assessment and training to individuals who are blind and visually impaired. Rehabilitation training in the areas of orientation and mobility, assistive technology, activities of daily living, understanding vision loss, use of optical aids, and communication techniques
- Shows respect and sensitivity for cultural differences; Educates others on the value of diversity; Promotes a harassment-free environment; Builds a diverse workforce.
- Treats people with respect; Keeps commitments; Inspires the trust of others; Works with integrity and ethically; Upholds organizational values.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stand; climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
The employee will normally work in a temperature-controlled office environment, with frequent exposure to electronic office equipment.
During visits to areas of operations, may be exposed to extreme cold or hot weather conditions. Is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and loud noise.
Chenega Corporation and family of companies is an EOE.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
Native preference under PL 93-638.
We participate in the E-Verify Employment Verification Program.
Director Of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Ferc) Licensing
A pioneer in groundbreaking scientific and engineering developments since the 1960s, TRC is a global consulting, engineering and construction management firm that provides technology-enabled solutions to the power, oil and gas, environmental and infrastructure markets. We serve a broad range of public and private clients, steering complex projects from concept to completion to help solve the toughest challenges.
TRC has more than 4,000 employees located in 120 offices throughout the United States, the UK and China. TRC is ranked #19 on ENR's list of the Top 500 Design Firms in the United States.
TRC Environmental Corporation is seeking a Director of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Permitting with experience in oil and gas transmission line routing and permitting for the southern region, focused on Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, New Mexico and the Southwestern United States. Knowledge and past experience with FERC permitting is required. In addition to upstream and downstream oil & gas facilities, TRC's experience includes electric transmission and substations, wind power generation, solar power generation, natural gas and product transmission pipelines (FERC and non-FERC regulated), compressor stations, and other related facilities.
This strategic opportunity is for a proven Leader with primary responsibilities for the scoping, execution and management of permitting and regulatory compliance projects associated with the siting, construction, and operation of oil and natural gas transmission, storage and distribution facilities. These projects are often fast-paced, multi-faceted, and geographically diverse.
The successful candidate will lead the acquisition of new clients and projects, lead business development initiatives and prepare winning proposals. Project work may be anywhere in the U.S., but an emphasis will be projects in Texas and other surrounding states including the southwestern United States.
Possess a B.S. or M.S. in a related field (i.e., engineering, biology, planning, environmental studies, or a closely related discipline).
Exhibit 15 - 20+ years of professional experience. This experience may include natural gas transmission siting and permitting experience, and regulatory experience with the FERC permitting process including National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), with prior project management of energy infrastructure and facility permitting projects.
This role will involve the input and management of numerous environmental and human resources including regulatory reviews and preparation of local, state and federal permit applications, resource analysis, corridor identification, route refinement, agency consultation, and public outreach.
This candidate will have demonstrated success in leading projects, and working within a group and independently to execute projects and help grow the energy sector.
Candidates will have experience and knowledge of the FERC processes. In addition, experience with environmental processes, including NEPA, Siting Boards, BLM, USFWS, USACOE, required, as well as experience with federal, state and local regulators is required.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate the ability to lead the permitting of complex linear and other energy projects, have strong critical thinking capabilities, and flexible approach to problem solving, excellent interpersonal communication (oral and written), planning, and organizational skills; and attention to detail.
Attention to detail and commitment to quality and professionalism are critical skills. The ability to handle multiple tasks, coordinate effectively with others, and work independently within a team are key to the success of this opportunity.
Strong written and verbal communication skills are essential.
Ability to see big picture, understanding of company goals and ability to provide leadership for the successful implementation of same goals.
TRC offers career advancement potential and a competitive compensation package including a 401k plan with a company match. For more information about TRC or to apply for this position please visit our website at www.trcsolutions.com.
EOE: Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Couture Sales Associate - Draw Vs Commission
For over a century, Neiman Marcus Group has served the unique needs of our discerning customers by staying true to the principles of our founders: to be the premier omni-channel retailer of luxury and fashion merchandise dedicated to providing superior service and a distinctive shopping experience in our stores and on our websites. Neiman Marcus Group is comprised of the Specialty Retail Stores division, which includes Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman, and our international brand, mytheresa.com. Our portfolio of brands offers the finest luxury and fashion apparel, accessories, jewelry, beauty, and home décor. The Company operates more than 40 Neiman Marcus full-line stores in the most affluent markets across the United States, including U.S. gateway cities that draw an international clientele. In addition, we operate 2 Bergdorf Goodman stores in landmark locations on Fifth Avenue in New York City. We also operate more than 40 Last Call by Neiman Marcus off-price stores that cater to a value oriented, yet fashion minded customer. Our upscale eCommerce and direct-to-consumer division includes NeimanMarcus.com, BergdorfGoodman.com Horchow.com, LastCall.com, and CUSP.com. Every day each of our 15,000 NMG associates works towards the goal of enabling our customer to shop any of our brands "anytime, anywhere, and on any device." Whether the merchandise we sell, the customer service we offer, or our investments in technology, everything we do is to enhance the customer experience across all channels and brands.
Creates a welcoming environment bygreeting and approaching customers
Exceeds customer expectations by providingassistance with a positive attitude
Recommends merchandise based onproduct knowledge and customer preferences
Is knowledgeable and educatesself and others on merchandise
Demonstrates timely follow-up andfollow-through on customer requests and commitments
Actively creates a welcomingenvironment through teamwork and collaboration
Effectively utilizes mobiledevices to communicate with customers and expand business
Effectively utilizes availableclientele tools and resources to increase personal business
Frequently advises customers ofthe benefits of the InCircle program
Works to develop long termcustomer relationships
Assist in maintaining visual andmerchandise presentation standards on the selling floor
Ensure audit compliance
Demonstrate flexibility and ability to adapt to the changing needs of the business
Excellent customer service skills
Motivated and results driven
Strong attention to detail
Ability to work autonomously
Commission sales experience preferred
Previous retail experience preferred
Standing, bending, lifting, climbing stairs
Associatesmust be willing to work a flexible schedule based on business need, which willinclude evenings, weekends and holidays.
Retail Commission Sales - Mattresses, Full Time: Peachtree
The Mattress Sales Associate is responsible for providing outstanding customer service, meeting hourly sales, protection plan (WorryNoMore), return rate and Star Rewards goals on a personal and departmental basis while demonstrating superior product knowledge to customers. To create a shopping experience that will make the customer feel welcome and comfortable. The associate is also responsible for followup/clienteling and performing other duties as necessary.
Be proficient in all systems need to complete transactions (SOCR, MySA, BT tablet app, POS, search and send and MPOS) ,
Proactive in assisting customers who are using devices to shop and compare, whether Macy's devices or their own
Assist customers in all aspects of total store experience and have the ability to satisfy the needs of our digital and physical customers by making appropriate partnerships when necessary.
Provide an exceptional customer experience by ensuring the customer is always the priority
Handle all returns and delivery issues courteously and professionally
Determine customer needs based on personal features and other customer preference related factors
Demonstrate knowledge of store products and services to build sales and minimize returns
Suggest additional items to compliment customer selection which includes both product and services such as WorryNoMore, adjustable bases, frame and low profile boxsprings
Offer to call other locations if items are unavailable within store
Offer to put purchase on customer's Macy's charge account toward the end of the shopping experience
Invite customers to come back and thank them by name
Responsible for achieving personal sales goals, Star Reward goals, WorryNoMore Conversion Goal and return rate goal
Maintain a professional attitude with sincerity and enthusiasm reflecting Macy's commitment to our customer-the most important person in our stores
Use MySa clientele program to maintain customer profile and contact information to increase personal sales
Maintain contact with customers thru pre- and post-delivery contacts to ensure a positive shopping and delivery experience
Be knowledgeable of and perform sales support functions related to POS procedures
Develop product knowledge by reading current vendor tags and pamphlets, attending training classes in order to communicate it to the customer, complete all vendor courses on the Big Ticket University.
Be aware of current promotional events and sales.
Maintain department recovery standards; which includes recovery and signing.
Adhere to Asset Protection and inventory control and compliance procedures
Perform other duties as necessary.
Follows shortage programs and procedures.
Perform these functions in an efficient manner, as directed by the Supervisor .
Regular, dependable attendance and punctuality.
- No specific educational accomplishment is required.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Willing to proactively reach out to potential customers.
Ability to interpret instructional documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Basic math functions such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Able to use a calculator.
Self-starter, able to work independently and as part of a team in a competitive commission environment.
Organization and excellent follow up skills required.
This position involves constant moving, talking, hearing, reaching, and standing.
Involves standing for at least two consecutive hours.
Involves lifting at least 30 lbs.
May occasionally involve stooping, kneeling, crouching, and climbing ladders.
Vision abilities include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
Possess a strong sense of urgency.
Must enjoy meeting and interacting with customers.
Possess a thirst for learning.
Ability to collaborate and function as a member of a team.
Should be comfortable with the use of computers and frequent use of RF equipment.
- Flexible with scheduling and available to work retail hours, which may include day, evening, weekends, and/or holidays, based on department and store/company needs.
This job description is not all inclusive. Macy's Inc. reserves the right to amend this job description at any time. Macy's Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment.
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