Makeup Artist (Current Employee) – Cherry Hill, NJ – June 4, 2015
We start our day by checking our goals. I need to make a certain about of money each day, if I don't I get really frustrated with myself. I take my job very seriously and go above and beyond everyday not only for my customers, but for myself and department. I get a long with everyone and am fair when it comes to sales. The most enjoyable part of my job is making people feel good.
Beauty Advisor (Current Employee) – Miami,Fl – July 16, 2015
Fun work place to work. Very friendly and supportive management as well as other employees. If you like make up and trend savvy join them. Frequent National Make Up Artist events. You just have fun when ever you work there.
Fantastic employer, great work training, and I love my co-workers and employees.
Business Manager (Current Employee) – Eatontown, NJ – May 29, 2012
A typical day begins with checking and recording business figures from the previous day, setting goals for my associates, and making sure I follow through with contacting clients to thank them for their purchases and make sure they know I appreciate their business. The best part of my job is when a client arrives to the CHANEL counter not feeling that she looks her best, but leaves with a smile, walking tall and confident. I also enjoy searching for, securing and executing outside events that bring our business additional revenue in an out of the box scenario.
FASHION ADVISOR (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 7, 2015
Difficult work but very rewarding. You have to live up to the Chanel reputation and make sure to make goals but definitely a rewarding job! If you are someone who love challenges, definitely a place to work!
•Communicating the unique benefits of CHANEL skincare and color products •Increasing sales through demonstration •Building the CHANEL customer circle by establishing a relationship with new customers •Consistently being aware of competitive products, events and traffic •Good relationship management skills and natural problem solver
Regional Makeup Artist (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – November 17, 2014
On a daily basis, I was a beauty professional specialized in marketing and promoting beauty products especially makeup. I was a well-trained professional in handling and applying makeup. I suggested the customers the right combination of colors for their skin and face. I also demonstrated the use and proper application of the said products.
Sales Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 11, 2015
The first thing I do is check the emails and communications from the corporate report, assign goals and strategies to the BA's, followed to help to set the displays from the merchandise, coordinate the current events along with the upcoming ones. Be ready for a store morning meeting where numbers plan are discussed versus Last Year mark. Greet and assign each Business Associates with a business strategy in order to create a fun place and a great opportunity to make goals!
The hardest part of the job is to assist clients whom does not speak english or spanish, but thanks to the fact that I work in a multicultural place, I am always able to find a translator to assist in the communication.
The most enjoyable part of my job is to meet my clients on a level of 100% satisfaction.
Due to my reputation, I am completely trusted at what I do. Decision making, etc
Manager, Creative Services (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 18, 2013
I worked for CHANEL as Manager, Creative Services for 10 years, 1984-1994. Looking back I realize that the company, my job, my boss and fellow employees, were the best you are going to find anywhere. I miss it. The only reason I resigned was that I wanted out of NY, otherwise I'd probably still be there. A real class act. CHANEL, the best.
Intern (Event Coordinator) (Former Employee) – Costa Mesa, CA – September 6, 2014
As a intern a typical day included, but not limited to: • Assisted manager with Daily Tasks • Worked with Event Coordinator Organizing Private Events in Media • Assisted 2009 Fall Debut Trunk Show • Charge-Sends, Transfers and Out-of-Region Holds
Fashion Public Relations Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 3, 2013
Typical day at work:
-Usually would work along the side of the social media coordinator finding articles via websites & blogs in relation to company -Assisted at fashion events -Helped with sample send outs & returns to various photo shoots -Helped work on presentations -Executive requests -Update media lists
What I learned: -The importance of social media in promoting a positive image for a company -How there is a great deal of preparation that goes in to preparing for fashion events
Management: -Supervisors were excellent & always willing to help
Co-Workers: -Other fashion PR interns were very pleasant to work with
Hardest Part of Internship: -Making sure all samples were submitted to the right photo shoot & making sure all the samples used in photo shoots were returned back to Chanel
Most Enjoyable Part of Job: -Working in a fun atmosphere -Having supervisors that were more than willing to help if needed
It was an amazing job. I handed out perfume samples and passed it on to sales associates. My boss was so sweet and helpful. She was very grateful and friendly. My co-workers were like a family. I enjoyed interacting with the clients and selling Chanel perfume to them.
One of the best companies , best paid wonderful rep comunication very pleasant enviroment grate insurance very oriented costumer service,best make-up and skin treatment,elegant , good prices fun work place