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Halloween City Now Hiring All Retail Positions

Position Type:
Full-time
Halloween comes but once a year and it just might be your next big opportunity.
Halloween City is searching for energetic, dynamic professionals with exceptional leadership and customer service skills. General Manager, Assistant Manager and Halloween Specialist Positions are now available for the fall 2014 season. Join a diverse team of competitive retail professionals in the fast paced, frenetic and rewarding world of seasonal retail.
o General Manager is responsible for the day-to-day running of store, maximizing profits while minimizing costs, ensure the continued integrity of store flow-o-grams, plan-o-grams and endcaps by referring to the Visual Merchandise Manual, ensure staff is fully versed on daily targets and excellent customer care standards are met.
o The Assistant Manager is responsible for assisting with the complete operations in conjunction with assigned tasks and duties. Assists in hiring, training and development of all store associates in both operations and merchandising..
o The Halloween Specialist (Store Associate) is expected to greet and assist customers, Enhance customer purchase by suggestive selling. Process incoming freight as directed and condense/expand merchandise selections as directed to maintain store appearance . May be cross-trained as a Cashier.
Benefits of working for Halloween City
o Competitive salary
o Exciting and unforgettable work environment
o Opportunity to return for seasonal employment year after year
o 30% employee discount
The information in these job descriptions have been designed to indicate the general nature of work performed by the Associate with each classification. It is not designed to contain or to be interpreted as a complete inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the Associate assigned to this job. To learn more, respond to ad with current resume.
Halloween City is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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