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Sales Assistant - Neal Street

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Barbour

20d ago

  • Job
    Part-time
    Entry Level
  • Hospitality & Retail
  • London

Requirements

  • Skills and Experience:
  • Excellent customer care and advanced selling skills.
  • Understanding of requirements to work in a target orientated environment
  • Acting with a professional and respectful manner to all individuals.
  • Understanding current market trends in relation to clothing/ fashion.
  • Effective time management skills for organising self appropriately.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills to build strong relationships internally at all business levels.
  • Able to analyse basic internal data and could translate into actions.
  • Understanding and ability to implement visual merchandising standards.
  • Information Technology skills including experience of EPOS systems, MS Outlook.
  • Flexibility with working hours is essential.

Responsibilities

  • Skills and Experience:
  • Excellent customer care and advanced selling skills.
  • Understanding of requirements to work in a target orientated environment
  • Acting with a professional and respectful manner to all individuals.
  • Understanding current market trends in relation to clothing/ fashion.
  • Effective time management skills for organising self appropriately.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills to build strong relationships internally at all business levels.
  • Able to analyse basic internal data and could translate into actions.
  • Understanding and ability to implement visual merchandising standards.
  • Information Technology skills including experience of EPOS systems, MS Outlook.
  • Flexibility with working hours is essential.

Global brand defining the essence of British style since 1894.

Retail & Consumer Goods
Industry
501-1000
Employees
1894
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

The Barbour story began in 1894 in South Shields in the North East of England. Founder John Barbour began supplying oilskins and other garments to protect the growing community of sailors, fishermen and dockers. These first weatherproof items quickly established Barbour’s reputation for innovation and quality. Today, Barbour remains a fifth generation family business. Under the leadership of Chairman Dame Margaret Barbour, Barbour has grown into a lifestyle brand offering a wardrobe of stylish functional clothing and footwear for men, women and children inspired by the unique values of the British countryside. The iconic wax jackets continue to be made by hand in Barbour's factory in South Shields. Barbour International, the collection for men and women inspired by Barbour’s motorcycle heritage established in 1936, is now a separate stand alone brand with its own identity. The proud holder of three Royal warrants, Barbour is sold in over 40 countries worldwide, including Europe, the US and Japan. Each year approximately 25,000 wax jackets are sent back to Barbour to be repaired, rewaxed or altered. This unique service means a Barbour wax jacket can last a long long time.