Sunday, September 18, 2011

We have an opening for a counter person in our piercing/jewelry area. The position involves answering jewelry questions and some piercing-related questions as well as helping clients pick out jewelry for new and existing piercings. This job is all about customer service, making our clients feel comfortable and being as helpful as possible.  Also, lots cleaning.

Previous knowledge about piercings and jewelry may be helpful, but it isn't a requirement. We will provide you the training you need to do the job and we will let your fantastic personality and customer service skills to do the rest.

You must be able to retain information, pay close attention to detail, multi-task and remain super friendly in an environment that can be fast-paced and a little stressful at times.

Enthusiasm and interest in piercing are an obvious plus, but you do not have to be heavily pierced or tattooed to get this job. We are looking for someone with the right attitude and not someone with a specific look.

Details and requirements
  • This position will be for 4-5 days/week (25-35 hours/week)
  • Hours will vary each week and occur between 10:45am to 8:30pm. 
  • Must be available nights and weekends (the more open your schedule is, the better).
  • Previous face-to-face customer service experience is mandatory (2 years preferred).
  • Did we mention that you need to be friendly and outgoing?
  • This position will not lead to a piercing apprenticeship.
  • Pay will vary depending on experience. 
  • If you ask questions in the comment section that have already been answered here, you've almost guaranteed you won't be considered. Remember that thing we mentioned before about "attention to detail"....
Basically, we want someone who is great with people, has a good attitude and understands that customer’s service is about much more than a fake smile and a "May I help you?". Our standards are high, the right person for this job will see that as a good thing and as a challenge, not something to be scared of.

How to Apply

In order to make the process easier for everyone involved, including you, we've established a few guidelines:
  • Bring in a resume and fill out an application (should take about 30 minutes).
  • Resumes & applications can be turned in during normal business hours (you're on the Internet, you can figure out what those hours are).
  • Applications that are emailed or mailed to us will not be considered.