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Sales Associate - Mollie's Market At Vca Canada District Animal Hospital & Urgent Care, Calgary, Vca

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
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Sales Associate - Mollie's Market At Vca Canada District Animal Hospital & Urgent Care, Calgary, Vca
Canada, Alberta, Calgary,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Sales associate - mollie's market at vca canada district animal hospital & urgent care


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Mollie's Market at VCA Canada District Animal Hospital & Urgent Care is welcoming Sales Associates to join our brand-new team!

As our first ever purpose-built community hub, we see our retail space as a central part of our plans to bring pet lovers of all typestogether under one roof. The Sales Associate will work under the direction of the Retail Manager to provide exceptional service to our guestsat the Mollie’s Market retail store. The successful candidate must be passionate about providingguests with seamless, positive shopping experiencesby providing excellent customer service. 

Key Responsibilities


Greets and receives customers in a welcoming manner.


Provides outstanding customer service.


Engages with guests’ questions and offersexcellent advice on products by understanding guests’ needs and preferences.


Receives and processes payments using the store point of sale system.


Assists with inventory, including receiving and stocking merchandise.


Drives sales through engagement of clientele and sharing product knowledge.


Processes exchanges, returns, and refunds according to company policies.


Maintains a clean and organized retail environment.


What You Bring


You are customer service driven, apply a sales-focused approach, work responsibly and achieve goals in a timely manner.


Excellent communicationand interpersonal skills,active listening skills, and can engage with a diverse range of customers.


Good attention to detail and ability to work in a face-paced environment.


Qualifications


Previous retail, hospitality, and/or customer service experience preferred.


Excellent customer service skills, good communication and interpersonal skills.


Prolonged periods of standing and walking throughout the retail space.


Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times.


What VCA Canada Offers

Join our team and you will make a huge difference in the lives of pets and their families! With an extensive network of hospitals across Canada, each location offers a diverse experience, a local community feel, and a caring culture you can thrive in: We have the right fit for you!


A caring culture of Wellness and Appreciation !


Competitive wages and benefits!


RRSP matching!


Exceptional career development: there is room to grow here!


Referral Bonus Rewards


Opportunities to give back to your community through VCA initiatives


Generous personal pet care discounts


And extra perks like shopping discounts and cool wellness apps!

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