Keyholder-lanebryant

Keyholders are required to:
SERVICECommunicate and motivate store teams to achieve optimal business resultsDrive to achieve Store Goals for the Year/Month/Week/Day/SegmentSupport the continuation of a team selling Store environment that delivers a fashion focused Lane Bryant experience for our ClientSupport Lane Bryant selling, incentive and product knowledge strategiesAssist leadership team (Store Manager, ASM, SL) in the Roles Leader functionEXECUTIONHold keys to the store and can open and/or close the store on lower volume days (beginning of week and non-holiday periods)Assist Leadership Team in execution of merchandise and marketing promotionSupport store team in maintaining brand standardsEnsure that all operational and shipment tasks are completed efficientlyPerform and reinforce all loss prevention and safety policies and proceduresProvides excellent customer service to our guestsResponsible for selling directly with our customersTALENTCoach Associates to create an enjoyable shopping experience for all ClientsAssist Leadership Team in New Hire on boarding and training of existing Associates Requirements QUALIFICATIONS Proven ability to deliver sales results Strong communication and customer service skills 1- 3 years of specialty retail experience Prior sales leadership experience preferred High school diploma required Bachelor's degree preferred PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSAbility to reach, push, pull, stand, squat and bend for up to 4 hours or longer as necessary.
Ability to use common tools.
Able to operate computerized register system.
Must be able to meet store banking requirements and to respond to store alarm problems, as needed.
Able to lift as much as 50 pounds.
Able to climb an 8-foot ladder.


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