Meetings, Goal oriented, Stocking supplies. Placing vaulted jewelry in displays. contact customers regarding orders and repairs.Required to make certain calls, correspondence and contact with clients daily
It's a horrible experience depending on where you work
Pandora Specialist (Current Employee) – Texas – March 5, 2019
My store manager isn't that great. The schedules are horrible, for a full-time employee I am working under 20 hrs. They are down your throat 24/7 about credit and your standards, but how can someone work on any of that when they are barely at work and when I am at work its so freaking slow or the only customers coming in are diamond customers and if you don't have a certification you are NOT allowed to sell to them. The environment SUCKS! It's so competitive at my store, there is probably an argument about sells, or commission, at least 3 times a week. I WOULD NOT recommend this job to anyone.
Inventory Control Specialist & In-Store Sales Representative
IC Specialist & Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Lake Grove, NY – March 5, 2019
Certified Diamontologist of Diamond Council of America. Organized, stocked, managed and prepared the entire store daily and for inventory. Ensured that all shipments were correct. Answered customer questions about merchandise and orders. Advised customers regarding merchandise selection and assisted in purchase process.
Shop Clerical (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – March 3, 2019
Fast paced, multitasking.It was quite a long time ago that I worked there. I enjoyed all the job duties that I had but some of the people I worked with were very unprofessional. I would say I really enjoyed the work, but if I had a better team to work with I probably would have stayed longer.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – February 27, 2019
Very good place to work. Customers are great to work with enjoy the many challenges that can help strengthen your communication and problem solving skills. I learned to have tough conversations and to grow and develop a staff to perform at a high level along with creating succession plans to promote internally at my location. Best part of job was hiring a new hire training them and seeing them get promoted!
JEWELRY SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – florida – February 26, 2019
You will not receive a raise if sales goals are not made. Sales goals are un reasonably high for the market. Commission is also based on reaching sales goals ( almost non existent when store misses goal)
Generic sales retail environment with had to reach sales goals
Department Specialist (Former Employee) – Lynnwood, WA – February 13, 2019
A lot of time is spent standing with minimal allowances for breaks. Generally slow foot traffic, but it feels understaffed when busy. Management varies by location so it can be unpredictable, as advancement can only come from high sales. Very competitive atmosphere but you spend a lot of time with coworkers so people become very close. The sales goals are often unattainable and compensation is based off performance of these goals. I did enjoy most coworkers and the customers are enjoyable as well.
Assistant General Manager (Former Employee) – North Olmsted, OH – January 28, 2019
Assist with the opportunity to grow and help guide their team members on a successful journey through the fine jewelry industry. Day to day operations stayed consistent with a new opportunity arising every day for further learning and developing.
Everyone is buddy buddy behind the scenes when it comes to being friends but when it comes to clients and customers everyone is after the biggest cash out and not really caring what the customer wants. always pushing for the biggest ticket item no matter what
Jared the Galleria of Jewelry was a good place to work. However, if you did not start there when it opened, you were definitely an outsider. There was an unsaid pecking order that was not put out there so to say, but if it was not followed then there was problems. Certain sales were expected to be passed off, to certain sales associates, according to the "unsaid pecking order". This was basically so certain sales associates could get the higher sales and commission.