We are a fast-growing hair care and tool manufacturer based out of Brooklyn NY, that’s been providing fun, performance-driven products and tools to professional stylists and consumers since 2009. We are looking for highly motivated Brand Ambassadors and Sales Education Specialists in different Olympia/Tacoma locations. In this role, you will be servicing our Sephora locations and professional salon business. This is a joint sales and education role. You must be extremely sales driven with a passion for hair and beauty. Please review the key attributes & requirements and if you think there is a fit, please submit your application with the region you live in the subject of your email to: BrandAmbassador@loveamika.com

Key Attributes/Requirements

  • Retail/sales background is a must
  • Knowledge of Sephora and relationships with local stores are a plus
  • Ability to book yourself and manage your own schedule
  • Accountable for learning and mastering new materials
  • Good communication skills: professionally written emails, text conversations and phone calls
  • Takes initiative in local market to engage Store Leadership, Beauty Advisors and clients
  • Hairstylist or Makeup Artist preferred but not required. Should be comfortable touching hair and performing basic styling techniques: curling, straightening, applying product
  • Professional in demeanor and appearance
  • Can submit invoices correctly and in a timely fashion
  • Flexible, regular availability. Prime booking times:
    • WEEKENDS:
      • Friday-Saturday all day, Sunday morning
    • WEEKDAYS:
      • Wednesday-Thursday early afternoon, early evening
      • Monday morning, early afternoon

Job Duties

Sales

  • Schedule and execute Sephora store support: BFDs, BSDs, Hybrid Days, and Events
  • Offer interactive product demonstrations to stylists and clients
  • Assist in achieving/exceeding individual store and zone sales goals
  • Communicate successes and challenges back to amika team
  • Ensure product merchandising meets company standards
  • Complete required brand survey with commentary and pictures after every shift

Education

  • Develop and maintain in-depth knowledge of brand, products, and best-sellers
  • Stay up to date on new product launches and train all store locations on newness
  • Excellent ability to educate in various environments (one on one, group)
  • Coach store staff to feel confident speaking about the brand
  • Build positive working relationships with Store Leadership and Beauty Advisors
  • Leave a positive, lasting impression after each workday
  • Participate in initial/ongoing brand training and team calls

         What we offer

  • Competitive hourly rate paid out bi-weekly
  • Mileage over 50 miles round-trip reimbursed
  • *Part-time, contract position
  • *Sephora experience preferred. 

 

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