Nespresso Boutique Specialist - Sherway Gardens - $15.00/hour

  • Category
    Retail & sales - Retail / Store
  • Job type
  • Location
    Toronto, Ontario

Our client Nespresso has multiple Full-Time and Part-Time opportunities to work as Boutique Specialist on their Sherway Gardens team. This position is located within Toronto, ON and you will be responsible for introducing customers to Nespresso’s luxurious coffee brands and providing them with personalized advice and guidance on specialty coffee products. You must have a minimum of one year of retail sales experience and have open availability to work from Mondays to Sundays for Full Time and weekends plus one additional day during the week for Part-Time. To succeed in this role, exceptional customer service skills are a must. This position involves retail hours and training will be provided. Compensation consists of an hourly pay rate of $15.00 an hour and this is an ongoing assignment.
The Boutique Specialist Job Duties and Responsibilities Include:
- Describing Nespresso products to customers and recommend products based on their specific needs
- Opening accounts and introducing the art of coffee tasting
- Selling coffee, machines and accessories
- Processing cash and credit transactions
- Ensuring the Boutique is kept clean and tidy at all times

The Boutique Specialist Requirements Include:
- Prior hotel, catering, sales or retail experience is required
- Excellent communication skills
- Exceptional customer service skills
- Friendly and professional attitude or other customer service opportunities then click “apply” below and apply online at Toronto, ON job in Boutique SpecialistIf you are interested in this


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