Fisher Spear Job Description Sample
Barista - Store# 00658, Spear Street
Summary of Experience
- No previous experience required
Maintain regular and consistent attendance and punctuality, with or without reasonable accommodation
Available to work flexible hours that may include early mornings, evenings, weekends, nights and/or holidays
Meet store operating policies and standards, including providing quality beverages and food products, cash handling and store safety and security, with or without reasonable accommodation
Engage with and understand our customers, including discovering and responding to customer needs through clear and pleasant communication
Prepare food and beverages to standard recipes or customized for customers, including recipe changes such as temperature, quantity of ingredients or substituted ingredients
Available to perform many different tasks within the store during each shift
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Ability to learn quickly
Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions and request clarification when needed
Strong interpersonal skills
Ability to work as part of a team
Ability to build relationships Starbucks is an equal opportunity employer of all qualified individuals; including minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities, and regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Starbucks will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with all federal, state, and local ordinances.
Threat Intelligence Researcher, Spear
WHO WE ARE Cylance is one of the fastest growing companies in the history of cybersecurity. By successfully applying artificial intelligence and machine learning to crack the DNA of malware, Cylance has redefined the endpoint protection market, garnered acclaim from industry analysts and won numerous awards including “Best Emerging Vendor” from SC Magazine. If you have the passion and desire to disrupt industries, protect the world from cyberattacks, and be at the forefront of a revolutionary new technology, we want you to join us! THE POSITION Cylance is seeking a skilled Threat Intelligence Researcher with a strong background in reverse engineering, network protocol analysis and malware analysis across a variety of binary formats. The individual will be responsible for working independently, as well as part of a team, to produce comprehensive threat reports, provide actionable malware intelligence and support ongoing investigations. Requirements WHAT YOU WILL DO
Hunt and discover previously unidentified and emerging threats through malware and network analysis
Work on long term adversarial research projects (reference http://www.cylance.com/operation-cleaver/)
Discover, track and correlate attacker-related command and control infrastructure
Analyze current and new exploit vectors and techniques for gaining and maintaining access
Work with the SPEAR team on long-term research projects WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR + 5+ years of background experience in either network forensic analysis, malware/threat analysis, or other technical security-related roles (consulting/engineering)
Multi-platform reverse engineering proficiency in both x86 and x86_64 architectures
Current knowledge of tools, tactics and procedures (TTP’s) associated with active attack groups
Ability to effectively communicate analytic findings both verbally and in polished written reports
Flexible and adaptable self-starter with strong relationship-building skills
Recognize and appropriately handle potentially sensitive information
Experience developing and/or auditing one or more of C, C++ or Objective-C
Ability to effectively prioritize and complete multiple tasks with little supervision
Prior experience researching, discovering, and tracking adversarial threats (APT)
Proficiency in network traffic analysis
System administration experience including familiarity with command-line interfaces and database administration
Familiarity with crash analysis and runtime instrumentation (IDA, GDB, ImmDbg, Olly, WinDbg, PINtool, etc.)
Strong understanding of low-level computer fundamentals
Cryptanalysis experience and the ability to recognize ASM implementations of various common cryptographic ciphers
Intellectual curiosity, humility, accountability and positive approach
Requires the ability to work independently with substantial latitude for action and decision while maintaining focus on achieving optimal outcomes as part of a collaborative development effort ABOVE AND BEYOND + 3+ years of experience investigating or working adversarial investigations
Multi-platform reverse engineering and ASM background (x86/x86_64/ARM/MIPS/MSP430/Atmel)
Blind protocol analysis and protocol reversing/protocol tools development
Hardware identification/modification/basic electronics skills (bus sniffing, soldering, debugging)
Professional consulting experience
Electrical engineering experience
Experience speaking at large conferences WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU TO APPLY
Cover letter/summary expressing:
Why you are interested in working at Cylance
The skills, strengths and expertise you will contribute to our diverse team of extraordinary talent and humble hearts Benefits BENEFITS AND PERKS In addition to medical, dental, vision and 401(K), we offer other great benefits and a slew of perks such as casual dress attire, plethora of employer-sponsored food and snack items, gym membership discount, etc. Cylance, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. #LI-DNP
Bank Teller At Fisher And St. Paul Grosse Pointe
Position Competencies Successful incumbents have composure, listening skills, a drive for results, time management, are customer focused, and have the ability to develop peer relationships. Position
1. Sales/Service a.
Meet or exceed individual goals for sales and referrals. Provide remarkable customer service through all customer interactions, opening new accounts, problem resolution, telephone answering, safe deposit access, etc. b. Responsible for developing an in-depth knowledge of consumer products and services; referring loans and deposit products to consumer and small business customers and prospects. c.
Uncover customer needs through the use of probing techniques and other sales tools. d. Conduct outbound calls by using referral sources, walk-in sources, telephone or in-person calls. e. Actively participate in sales meetings and offer creative ideas. f.
Provide transactional customer service, including but not limited to the following: accept and process deposits, withdrawals and payments and handle other over the counter and mail transactions. 2. Operations a. Ensure compliance with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations, and Comerica's policies and procedures.
Ensure compliance and completion of necessary compliance related training. b. Adhere to all Banking Center audit and compliance standards. c. Control losses by following policies and procedures. 3.
Teamwork a. Assist management with daily activities as assigned. Relocation No relocation assistance is provided for this position. Travel Travel is not required of this position.
- High School Diploma or GED * 6 months of Retail or Financial sales experience OR 2+ years of US Military service * 1 year of Customer Service experience * 1 year of personal computer, system data entry or Internet search experience As a part of our review and selection process, you may be invited to complete a Video Interview for further consideration Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Associate Teacher, Young Preschool Classroom - Fisher Early Learning Center
Job Description: The Fisher Early Learning Center is one of the most distinctive early childhood learning centers in Colorado.
As a part of the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver, we are uniquely positioned to provide a warm and loving environment that is specifically designed to deliver cutting-edge and evidence based programming for infants, toddlers, and preschool-aged children. We are an inclusive setting and value diversity.
Position Summary The Associate Teacher will assist in the development and implementation of the classroom environment in the facilitation of the cognitive, social-emotional, physical, language, and communication development of the children within the program. This position will provide assistance as a member of the teaching team in the planning, organization, implementation and delivery of program services based on the mission and philosophy of the center.
The incumbent will assist in the development of a classroom plan for curriculum, individual child planning, and family communication. The Associate Teacher will direct the development and implementation of the classroom environment, curriculum, and family communication in the absence of the Master Teacher and will work as a member of an interdisciplinary team. This position is in a Young Preschool classroom.
Required Qualifications * 1 or more years’ experience working with children.
Associates Degree in ECE, Elementary Education, Special Education, Family and Child Development or Child Psychology.
Willingness to work with children in an inclusive environment.
Must be able to push, pull, or lift 50 lbs.
Preferred Qualifications * Bachelor’s Degree in ECE or related field. * 2 or more years’ classroom experience in a NAEYC accredited early childhood group setting.
Knowledge and experience working with children who have special needs.
Experience working with children in an inclusive environment.
Work Schedule Monday - Friday, 40 hours per week, variable.
Application DeadlineFor best consideration, please submit your application materials by 4:00pm (MST) Wednesday, February 13, 2018.
Candidates must apply online through www.du.edu/jobs to be considered. Only applications submitted online will be accepted.
Once within the job description online, please scroll to the bottom of the page to apply. If you have questions regarding this position, please contact Jessica Lovan at email@example.com.
Please include the following documents with your application: 1. Resume 2. A Cover Letter The University of Denver is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff and encourages applications from women, minorities, members of the LGBTQ community, people with disabilities and veterans. The University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All offers of employment are based upon satisfactory completion of a criminal history background check.Tracking Code: 003484 Department: MCE-Fisher Early Learning Center (201400)
- Position Type:* Full-Time/Regular
Retail Pharmacy Technician (Part Time) Fisher Heights Giant Eagle
About Us Giant Eagle Pharmacy - A Quarter Century Filling Real Needs. Giant Eagle's first pharmacy opened March 17, 1980 in Penn Hills, PA.
Throughout the 1980's, our pharmacy growth was fueled by extending the marketing philosophy of absolute minimum pricing to prescriptions. Today, Giant Eagle serves thousands of customers every day with over 200 pharmacies. Giant Eagle pharmacy meets a variety of customer needs, from filling prescriptions and administering flu shots to conducting free health screenings and providing patient education.
Job Responsibilities Immediately acknowledge and welcome patients with compassion and a smile at all pharmacy entry points. Model excellent patient care by respecting, engaging and enthusiastically meeting or exceeding all patient needs including processing orders in person and by phone, directing patients to products and merchandise and referring appropriate questions concerning prescriptions and over the counter medicine to the pharmacist. Adhere to all company, state and federal policies, laws and regulations including HIPAA and Pseudoephedrine sales.
Finalize sales using cash register according to established procedures including the Point of Sale Policies. Transcribe data from prescriptions accurately to generate a custom label for the customer Assist with maintaining proper inventory levels by order, receiving, socking and rotating drugs and other supplies per company policy and procedure Answer telephone in a polite and timely manner and ensure accurate information is exchanged and customer is satisfied. Resolve customer questions and concerns by communicating effectively with the customer and the management team/support staff in an efficient manner.
File written prescriptions daily. Maintain a neat and clean work environment to ensure company and government requirements are met. Use the pharmacy computer to complete all actions necessary to maximize efficiency and provide optimal patient care at drop-off, will call, drive thru, phone, filling and order receiving, including but not limited to: search for patients and profiles, determine dates of fill and pick-up, determine prescriptions sent to Central Fill, quote cash prices of prescriptions, check on-hand counts of medications, enter invoices.
Have knowledge of all appropriate service and business metrics and assist team on action plans to improve outcomes. Assist in the execution of all company initiatives and programs. Assist team members with tasks to ensure department runs efficiently Complete required training program and accompanying exams.
Little or no financial or budgetary responsibility None Physical requirements Carrying Up to 25 pounds Position Summary The purpose of this position is to join and contribute to a service conscious Pharmacy team who will consistently build relationships with patients by exceeding their needs and providing safe, accurate and efficient care to achieve optimal patient, Team Member and Company outcomes. Competencies Required Adaptability Customer Focused Gets Things Done Interpersonal Skills Problem Solving Respect for Self and Others Composure Computer Skills Work Environment Normal store environment with no continuous exposure to extreme temps, dust, etc Equipment Used Calculator Computer Telephone Intercom System Cash Register Deposit Safe Drive Thru Fill Station Ordering Machine Safety Cutter Scale WalkieTalkie
Fisher Center Pre-Doctoral Fellowship
Fisher Center Pre-Doctoral Fellowship In keeping with the Fisher Center's mission of supporting research and dialogue about gender and justice through curricular, programmatic, and scholarly projects, the Fisher Center Steering Committee announces a call for applications for our 2018-2019 Pre-doctoral Fellowship. We seek dissertation scholars and advanced candidates for the MFA whose work critically engages the terms of our research theme for the year, "On the Move." We are especially interested in candidates who would contribute to the diversity of the HWS campus.
Theme: On the Move Motion, movements, mobility, migration: what moves us and keeps us moving? In 2018-2019, the Fisher Center for the Study of Women and Men will investigate movement’s infrastructures, conditions, and capacities. We want to understand what incites, drives, supports, guides, and blocks movement.
Does mobility depend on unstated assumptions regarding the still, stationary, or constant? What are the links between motion and change or duration? What sorts of folding, twisting, jumping, and repeating does movement entail?
How does motion happen - vectorally, randomly, chaotically, cyclically? Endowed to further the study of gender and justice in the liberal arts, the Fisher Center welcomes applications from researchers in the humanities, arts, sciences, and social sciences committed to interdisciplinary discussion and collective inquiry. We are interested in projects that explore mobility's environments, how infrastructures that enable also produce and disable - roads, bridges, ports, hubs; grids, networks, bodies, affects.
Is logistics a science of moving? What moves the world and which worlds move? Mobility’s infrastructures also impel us to consider transport and traveling, migration and immigration, diaspora, transnationality, fellow travelers, stow-a-ways, being cargo.
In the hold, movement is curtailed while beings and objects themselves are moved: the prototype of the supply chains and commodity circuits that keeps today’s capitalism in constant movement. When is moving agential, when is it spontaneous, when is it compulsory, and when do these coincide? We also encourage applications that explore fugitive movement and motions, possibilities and impossibilities of escape, evasion, and inversion.
Black flight moves to escape white settlement, yet it is white settlement that generates countless displacements and circulations. Is fugitivity necessarily correlated with being on the move or are there forms of fugitive stillness, especially under conditions of forced migration? How do we think the dialectic operating between being-on-the-move as escape, resistance, or transcendence with the necessary projects of rebuilding, of making a new settlement, a reconstruction of society (or, the end of the world)? When is resistance movement and when is it movement's refusal?
Are there laws of motion that can be broken? We invite applications related to the relationship between women's movements and women moving. How do movements -- for liberation, justice, equality -- differ from the people moving within them?
How might we analyze the dynamics of movements, their speeding up or winding down? How might well-trodden metaphors -- such as, progress, circularity, struggle, waves -- structure and occlude our thinking about diverse struggles for liberation? If movement depends on a certain notion of the subject, does that imply that subjectivity is a necessary supposition or infrastructure of movement, an accompaniment to such constituent features as space and time?
Is gender fluidity the same as gender mobility? We are also interested in applications that take up bodies and mobility, bodies in motion. How do changes in scale -- from proteins, to peoples, to planets -- inflect movement's valuation?
Who and what benefits from particular understandings of mobility? How do we experience and imagine mobile and immobile bodies? Desire has been associated with motion toward, drive with movement around.
Which affects and possibilities accompany which motions? Pre-doctoral Fellowship: The Fisher Center Pre-doctoral Fellowship offers an opportunity to gain experience teaching in a private liberal arts college while completing thesis work.
It carries a stipend of $35,000.00. Fellows teach one course per semester related to their research and the theme, attend Fisher Center lectures and meetings, make a public presentation, and assist with administration of Fisher Center programming. The pre-doctoral fellow participates in the Faculty Fellows Research Group.
This group of interdisciplinary scholars meet twice a month to discuss their research as related to the year's theme. Eligibility Pre-doctoral candidates nearing completion of the dissertation and MFA candidates who have completed their coursework and are beginning work on their thesis are encouraged to apply. APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
The Fisher Center Steering Committee will evaluate applications with regard to the quality of the research proposal, the proposal's likelihood of success, the relevance of the proposal to the theme, and the "fit" with other proposals. We will prioritize creating an interdisciplinary research group. Applications for 2018-2019 are due by March 31.
Each application should include: 1. Name, department, contact information, copy of your current c.v. 2. A project description (not to exceed two pages). Include a description of background and preparatory work; a description of the proposed research (scope, method, timeline); and, a description of the proposed outcome (book, article, workshop, presentation, exhibition, performance, etc.). 3.
An account of the relation of the project to the theme, “On the Move.” 4. Proposals for two undergraduate courses (one for each semester) related to the theme. Interested applicants should submit the above mentioned documents through our application service, Interfolio https://apply.interfolio.com/48396.
Please contact Jodi Dean (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions. If you have any questions about using Interfolio, please send to email@example.com. EOE Hobart and William Smith Colleges are committed to providing a non-discriminatory and harassment-free educational, living and working environment for all members of the HWS community, including students, faculty, staff, volunteers, and visitors.
HWS prohibits discrimination and harassment in their programs and activities on the basis of age, color, disability, domestic violence victim status, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other status protected under the law. Discrimination on the basis of sex includes sexual harassment, sexual violence, sexual assault, and other forms of sexual misconduct including stalking and intimate partner violence, and gender-based harassment that does not involve conduct of a sexual nature. Founded as Hobart College for men and William Smith College for women, Hobart and William Smith Colleges today are a highly selective residential liberal arts institution with a single administration, faculty and curriculum but separate dean’s offices, student governments, athletic programs and traditions.
The Colleges are located in a small diverse city in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. With an enrollment of approximately 2,300, the Colleges offer 62 different majors and minors from which students choose two areas of concentration, one of which must be an interdisciplinary program. Creative and extensive programs of international study and public service are also at the core of the Colleges’ mission.
Grill Cook - Fisher College
Overview: Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Companies by FORTUNE and the World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute. Learn more at www.aramark.com at http://www.aramark.com/ or connect with us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/aramark and Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/aramark .
The grill cook takes orders for grill food items, cooks and prepares the order, and gives the order to the customer. Providing quality service is essential to customer satisfaction.
Sets up and breaks down the grill station
Provides friendly and helpful customer service
Takes the customer's order and prepares the order according to recipe, keeping in mind additional customer specifications or dietary needs
Cooks items according to the specified cook times to ensure that they are safe for customer consumption
Uses the correct portions when cutting and serving items
Anticipates peak and non-peak service times; batch cooks food items accordingly
Responsible for the appearance of food when serving to customers
Restocks the station with condiments and food product as needed
Adheres to the weekly/monthly cleaning schedules by completing the assigned tasks
Cleans and sanitizes work areas, equipment, and utensils
Lifts food pans from warmer to the serving line
Operates and cleans grill station (flat-top grill, char grill, hood vents, fryers, etc.)
Safely operates a meat slicer and executes proper knife handling
Additional Job Functions:
Cross-trains at other stations at the location
Works in other areas or departments as needed
Completion of any task requested by a supervisor or member of the Aramark management team
Environment: Mostly works in front-of-house. Requires work in grill area with extreme heat conditions and frequent interaction with heated equipment, grease, and other at-risk conditions. Involves repetitive motion; walking and/or standing for extended periods of time. Frequent lifting, pushing, and carrying.
Good interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment
Time management skills
Excellent customer service
Minimum 1 year experience in the food service industry
Ability to multi-task and work in a fast paced environment
Ability to read, write, and follow instructions
- ServSafe Certified #Monster Aramark is an EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Eileen Fisher Specialist
Position Summary The Selling Specialist position is an in-store sales associate that represents both the vendor and Belk which reports directly to the Sales Team Manager. They must achieve and maintain standards beyond that of other sales associates. The goal of each Specialist is ultimately to improve department sales by demonstrating strong selling skills, providing excellent customer service, actively communicating relevant business information to the store and vendor, conveying a positive vendor image and merchandise presentations. The Selling Specialist will be held accountable for their store’s performance to plan for the vendor they represent as well as many individual productivity measures. The Selling Specialists objectives/metrics for their annual performance appraisal will be the Belk Sales Associate Performance Review. Selling Specialists compensation will be based on the compensation plan assigned to the store/area in which they work. Essential Functions/
Essential Functions Selling
Selling Specialists are responsible for meeting their stores plan for the vendor they represent.
Selling Specialists are responsible for meeting or exceeding all other Belk standards. Clientele Development
Selling Specialists are responsible for clientele development by creating and
maintaining organized customer profiles.
Selling Specialists should communicate regularly with customers through mailings and phone.
Selling Specialists should maintain a ‘Wish List’.
Selling Specialists should send their customers Thank You and Birthday Cards (focus on top 50 customers) Merchandising
Selling Specialists are responsible for maintaining product presentation standards as established by Belk and the vendor they represent in accordance with the stores guidelines.
Selling Specialists should coordinate with their visual team on any visual enhancement or major changes.
Vendor coordinators will review expectations regarding merchandise standards with Selling Specialists upon hiring and will continue to work with the Selling Specialist on a regular basis sharing new information. (Most stores/ vendors) Operations
Selling Specialists are responsible for daily stock maintenance, ensuring that
merchandise presentations are neat, styles are replenished regularly, and that stock rooms remain orderly.
Selling Specialists should be aware of mark down and point of sale activity in the
department and will be responsible for set up (including necessary floor moves and
Selling Specialists should ensure that all asset protection policies/ practices are
Selling Specialists will be responsible for maintaining general housekeeping standards (register areas, stockrooms, etc.). Communication with store and vendor
As a liaison between Vendor and the store, the Selling Specialist will communicate with store management and vendor representatives as well as fellow associates and customers.
Communication with store management and vendor should include selling activity,
stock deficiencies, operational concerns, product knowledge, and relevant competitive business issues.
Monthly recaps should be completed as directed. Monthly feedback report (some
vendors) will ask for information regarding customer requests, missed sales, stock needs, etc. Promotions and Contests
Selling Specialists are responsible for coordinating special events, signage, mailings, collateral, and ensuring appropriate set up and follow through for all promotions.
Selling Specialists are responsible for working with sales managers on execution and follow up regarding event preparation, set up, etc.
Selling Specialists are responsible for informing other associates and all customers regarding promotions. Product Knowledge
Selling Specialists are expected to be well educated on vendor product, vendor company direction, and attend vendor product knowledge seminars.
Selling Specialists should receive and review vendor sales performance from sales managers on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.
Selling Specialists are expected to educate new associates, managers, and assistants on the vendor product.
Selling Specialists are expected to share vendor product knowledge with customer appropriately to increase vendor sales. Daily Responsibilities
Maintain presentation standards throughout the day and ensure recovery at end of day.
Recover from previous evening’s business.
Ensure that all merchandise presentations are up to standard: fill-in where needed, straighten merchandise/fixtures.
Review sales: share department sales information with fellow associates and sales manager.
Set up scheduled promotions. Weekly Responsibilities
Review previous week’s sales performance to plan and last year.
Communicate any concerns, suggestions, or product needs to Sales Team Manager. Monthly Responsibilities
- Complete monthly sales recap with specific information (some vendors). Requirements/
Position Requirements Education & Experience:
No education requirement.
Experience in retail preferred.
Excellent communication skills. Physical:
Ability to use computer keyboard, standard telephone and other related business equipment.
Hand manipulation to remove sensor tags
Ability to push / pull 100-500 pounds when moving stock carts
Task demands vary in each department because of the different types of merchandise.
Stocking requirements can involve reaching above & below shoulder level and lifting 25-50 pound boxes Miscellaneous:
Must be able to work a flexible schedule including evenings & weekends, due to shift rotation. For reasonable accommodation information for an ADAAA qualified disability please see Belk Associate Handbook for policy and procedures. Apply Now Back to Job List
Point Of The Spear - Analyst
A Career with Point72 s Point of Spear team:
Point of the Spear is a new research group at Point72 that focuses on combining alternative research methods with fundamental equity research to determine key business drivers and points of inflection for publicly traded companies. The group includes experienced and entry-level analysts from fundamental and quantitative backgrounds. When you join our team, you will have the opportunity to enjoy career opportunities based on performance.
What you ll do
This person will focus on combining alternative research methods with fundamental equity research to determine key business drivers and points of inflection for publicly traded companies. You will gain knowledge and exposure to a face-paced, dynamic, and collaborative environment.
Associated topics: applied science, clin, earth science, ecology, electronic engineer, energy, environmental, environmental science, hydrology, pharmacist
Eileen Fisher Specialist
Dillard's operates as an upscale department store chain with more than 300 stores in around 30 states. Offering a variety of contemporary fashions for men and women, the department store also carries arrays of bedding, furniture, jewelry, and footwear options. With consistent sales in the billions, the retailer frequently hires on new staff at the store level.
Our purpose is to inspire simplicity, creativity and delight through connection and great design.
Beautifully simple clothing designed to move with real life.
Simple. Sensual. Beautiful. Timeless. Functional.
Great design is at the heart of EILEEN FISHER. It is an idea brought to life through clean lines, simple shapes and sensual fabrics. It strives to balance the timeless with the modern, function with beauty. It is an organic system, always evolving, changing, building upon what's come before. Great design is clothing in context, made to fit both our bodies and our lives. It is a dialogue between seasonal perspectives and enduring ideal.
Candidates displaying excellent communication skills and energetic, personable attitudes represent the type of entry-level employee Dillard’s seeks to fill in-store positions.
Dillard’s hires qualified individuals to maintain the business side of the department store industry and candidates that are looking for growth opportunities.
Sales associates work as the face of our store. Operating as entry-level employees, primary responsibilities include greeting and interacting with customers, helping procure appropriate purchases through suggestive selling, and correctly cashing out final selections. Employees should hold workable knowledge of current fashions, trends, and styles. Other responsibilities include controlling inventory, strategically merchandising via product placement, and maintaining store cleanliness.
Full-time associates appreciate competitive salaries, a team environment, and access to the latest fashions and trends. Eligible employees earn comprehensive job benefits, including 401(k) retirement plans with company match, paid vacation, and employee assistance programs. Team members also enjoy store discounts, paid training, and monthly scheduling. Qualifying workers may enroll in company healthcare coverage, such as medical, dental, and vision plans.
We look forward to meeting with you and are excited for you to join our winning team.
Type: Full-timeJob Location:
- Zona Rosa Dillard's
- High school or equivalent
- Retail Sales: 3 year
- Management Experience: 1 year
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