New Balance has a history of 100 years of enduring performance and is still running strong today. Part of what makes New Balance so unique is our commitment to making products that not only provide performance, but also superior fit and comfort. The same attention that is placed on our athletic shoes and apparel is also placed on our associates. We seek talented individuals that fit into our team-oriented atmosphere. Additionally, we are proud to have an environment that offers the comfort of a true work/life balance. If you are looking for a NEW BALANCE, read on!
As a Sales Associate, you will be responsible for providing superior customer service and utilizing product knowledge and service techniques to meet the needs of customers. You will correctly measure and fit customers to appropriate products while educating them on the features and benefits of the products. In this role, you will perform stock and inventory functions, such as labeling and price marking items. You will handle payment transactions informing customers of exchange and return policies. As an integral member of the team, you will assist in protecting company assets by reporting shrinkage and security violations, monitoring floor merchandise, and ensuring that security tags are attached and detached as necessary.
Ability to perform basic math. Must have PC and/or cash register skills. Past retail experience a plus.
Must demonstrate strong customer service skills.
Strong communication skills are essential.
Required to lift 15-40 pounds.
Must have flexibility with work schedules, including weekends and holidays.
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