Pros: all the tools are there, just use them. if you are self determined and can manage your time well, this job is great.
Cons: you dont have much communication with upper management.
Classic retail store opening procedures, except, this isn't a store, its a small kiosk- and you are responsible for everything that incurs during a given shift. Complete opening procedures/paperwork(sales information, goals, yesterdays paperwork, schedule, time clock reports, etc) Check emails/reply. Clean and stock the kiosk. Customer service, customer – more... service, customer service! Selling a skincare product requires great judgement and use of words to use with guests since skin is a sensitive subject for most. Consult with customer to figure out their skin care needs, suggest and educate customers on the product. Demonstrate products, up sell, up sell, up sell. This is a very "goal" oriented environment. My direct supervisor is there when I need them, mostly through email correspondence, by telephone if necassary. Lot's of freedom since I work alone. I see another coworker for approximately 15 minutes of the work day, maximum 30 minutes if I need to update/discipline or role play different customer scenarios with them. I recruit, interview and hire all qualified employees. The hardest part of the job is finding reliable and responsible people who can handle working at a kiosk, and working alone without a manager breathing down their neck. The most enjoyable part of my job is the freedom I have of working alone and not being too stressed by an upper supervisor. – less