Visual Merchandising Key Leader | Marion

LULULEMON
Adelaide SA, Australia
Posted 1 day ago
Full time

Company presentation

Who We Are

lululemon is an innovative performance apparel company for yoga, running, training, and other athletic pursuits. Setting the bar in technical fabrics and functional design, we create transformational products and experiences that support people in moving, growing, connecting, and being well. We owe our success to our innovative product, emphasis on stores, commitment to our people, and the incredible connections we make in every community we're in. As a company, we focus on creating positive change to build a healthier, thriving future. In particular, that includes creating an equitable, inclusive and growth-focused environment for our people.

Job description

Job Summary

The Key Leader role is an essential part of the store leadership team, impacting salesfloor team members and guest (i.e., customer) experience every day. Key Leaders are responsible for leading by example and providing support to Educators, facilitating an outstanding guest experience in the store, and overseeing all operations of the retail floor. Key Leaders leverage key performance indicators and metrics to prioritize responsibilities while adapting to day-to-day business adjustments and challenges.

Job Summary

The Key Leader role is an essential part of the store leadership team, impacting salesfloor team members and guest (i.e., customer) experience every day. Key Leaders are responsible for leading by example and providing support to Educators, facilitating an outstanding guest experience in the store, and overseeing all operations of the retail floor. Key Leaders leverage key performance indicators and metrics to prioritize responsibilities while adapting to day-to-day business adjustments and challenges.

Core Responsibilities of the Job

Operations

  1. Provide salesfloor leadership to team members, including planning salesfloor coverage and making decisions to maintain efficiency and effectiveness of salesfloor operations.
  2. Review business data and metrics to evaluate progress toward goals and determine if adjustments are warranted.
  3. Open and close the store in accordance with the opening and closing checklists.
  4. Manage product presentation tasks (e.g., put items back in place, restock or add depleted items to the floor from inventory, destock or relocate items) according to company standards.
  5. Assign Educators cleaning tasks as needed throughout the shift to maintain the luxury environment of the store.
  6. Ensure team uses in-store technology to support store operations and provide positive guest experiences.
  7. Understand and adhere to people safety policies and procedures to maintain a safe work environment.
  8. Perform work in accordance with applicable policies, procedures, and laws or regulations.

Profile

What We Look For

  • Inclusion & Diversity:Creates/supports an inclusive environment that values/celebrates differences
  • Integrity/Honesty: Behaves in an honest, fair, and ethical manner
  • Guest Experience: Enjoys working and connecting with, understanding, and helping guests
  • Collaboration and Teamwork:Works productively with and supports others to achieve goals; seeks partnerships and diverse perspectives
  • Leadership:Is able and desires to lead, influence, and inspire others; motivates, empowers, develops, and directs people as they work
  • Candid Communication:Is willing to openly/constructively share concerns (i.e., straight talk)
  • Decision Making:Uses logic and reasoning to evaluate alternatives and make effective, timely decisions

Job Requirements

Eligibility

  • Legally eligible to work in the jurisdiction of the store which you are assigned to.

Availability

  • Willing to work a flexible schedule.

Other Willingness Requirements

  • Willing to work as part of a team and also complete work independently
  • Willing to move through a store for most of a shift to help guests and accomplish work

Experience

  • Work experience

Job Assets (i.e., nice to have; not required)

  • Education: High School or Secondary School diploma, equivalent or above
  • Education: Bachelor's degree or equivalent
  • Experience: 1 year of retail/sales leadership experience (supervisor or people management not necessary)

Applicants successful in progressing to interview will be contacted by a Manager or a member of the People & Culture team. Please note any applicant or employee who believes they need a reasonable accommodation to perform the essential duties of the job is welcome to discuss this with the Manager or People and Culture team member when arranging the interview.

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