General Description: As a Process Operator, you will gain hands-on experience producing high-quality products in one of Goodyear's Chemical manufacturing plants. Goodyear Chemical is a division of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company which manufactures and markets rubber-related chemicals for various applications. You will also become familiar with safety, quality, and how to be successful in a team environment. We encourage you to allow us to invest in your success as you invest in ours; apply today! Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: Perform routine operation of process and mechanical equipment. Control, monitor and adjust as necessary Troubleshoot process, product quality, safety and environmental problems and identify equipment requiring maintenance Review, analyze, and interpret lab data, distributive control monitoring information, log information from previous shift(s) and from the field, AVO (avoid verbal order) instructions, etc. to identify problems and make decisions Clean and maintain a safe work environment Abide by standard work procedures and job safety standards, including required PPE Perform a variety of manual tasks in varying temperatures for extended periods of time, which may include lifting light to heavy materials, climbing, standing, squatting, bending, and working at heights and/or confined spaces when applicable Adhere to Goodyear's attendance policy Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing Understand and follow all instructions, both orally and in writing Basic Qualifications: HS Diploma/GED Must be at least 18 years of age Must be legally authorized to work in the US without company sponsorship now or in the future Must be able to successfully complete all pre-employment criteria Ability to work any and/or rotating shifts, weekends, holidays, or overtime if applicable Basic computer skills Preferred Qualifications: AAS in Process Operations Technology Process Operations Technology Certification Previous manufacturing experience with basic knowledge and understanding of mechanical principles Previous experience as a Process Operator in the chemical, rubber or petroleum industry Distributed Control System (DCS) Console Board Operations experience Vocational/technical school and/or coursework Apprenticeship program within a mechanical discipline Previous military service experience within a technical specialty Demonstrated ability to understand and apply mechanical concepts and principles to solve problems Experience adhering to industry-specific safety standards Candidate Criteria: Self-motivated: demonstrates appropriate initiative with or without direct supervision Hard worker: someone who works diligently to get tasks done in a timely and safe manner Adaptability: the ability to make changes, and to be successful in changing environments Team player: an associate who can be counted on to assist the company in being successful Ability to review, analyze, and interpret information, identify problems and make decisions in routine and non-routine situations Commitment to working safely May be required to serve on the Emergency Response Team.Pay Rate: There is a three-year pay rate progression with this position. Starting rate of pay = $19.0012 months of service = $19.7524 months of service = $20.50
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company • Houston, U.S.
Job SummaryUndertaking managerial responsibilities such as planning the workload and staffing of the department.Maintain the highest professional standard of conduct in line with organization’s policies and procedures and internationally accepted standards.Represent the Department in committees and taskforces, if assigned.Ensure general care to patients on hospital wards and in outpatient clinics.Assist the Consultant and SSR in investigating, diagnosing and treating medically or surgically all patients referred to his specialty.Participate in teaching programs in the Department and its sections, regular seminars, promotes clinical investigative work.Involve in quality-related activities, and other clinical/administrative meetings when deemed necessary by the head of the department and the hospital administration.Involve in the departmental and hospital-wide performance monitoring & Improvement activities.Adapt new procedures and techniques in the field of his specialty.Assist in promoting health education through providing education and support for all junior staff in the department and supports continuing medical education.Performs other applicable tasks and duties.QualificationsMaster in Nephrology OR any other eligible certificate according to the Healthcare Professional Qualification Requirements (PQR) 2014Experience3 years after the post-graduate certificate
EDARABIA • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Sony Electronics, Inc. look for the risk-takers, the collaborators, the inspired and the inspirational. We want the people who are brave enough to work at the cutting edge and create solutions that will enrich and improve the lives of people across the globe. So, if you want to make the world say wow, let's talk.Expert, Import OperationsSony's Purpose is simple. We aim to fill the world with emotion, through the power of creativity and technology. We want to be responsible for getting hearts racing, stirring ambition, and putting a smile on the faces of our customers. That challenge, combined with our spirit of innovation, motivated us to create groundbreaking technology, entertainment, and services for people worldwide.Our history as a global brand had been built around employees that all have a passion for touching peoples' lives, and pride in pushing beyond that status quo to produce truly extraordinary results.ResponsibilitiesOversees day to day Import activity for Sony Electronics, with additional support for sister Sony organizations (Sony Interactive Entertainment, Sony Latin America, Sony Biotechnology, Hawkeye, Takeoff Point).Interfaces with internal Legal Counsel, Finance Group, Parent Company (Sony Corporation - TYO), overseas Sony affiliates (Singapore, Malaysia, China, Vietnam, Thailand), and provides updates as necessary with changes to import regulations; resolves problems and provides suggestions to enhance the import flow.Communicates with internal and external customers, freight forwarders, customs officers, and other government agencies when operational support is needed.Helps to ensure legal compliance and establishes import controls adhering to government rules and regulations for all shipments. Manages the timely processing of import clearance and entry filings with our Customs Brokers. Helps to manage financial reconciliations to ensure accurate and timely payment of duties and taxes to US Customs.Provides financial reports to SNA's Finance, and Trade Strategy and Compliance Groups, and retains accurate information for record keeping and future audits.Performs audits to ensure correct payment of duties, taxes, and fees to US Customs. Provides leadership and guidance to 3rd party support team. Directs support team to complete assignments using established guidelines, procedures, and policies. Provides support and backs up support roles when needed.Supports the management of 3rd party vendors (Fed Ex Trade Networks, QuestaWeb / Descartes, MJ Carrillo, etc.). Conducts regular meetings with vendor partners to discuss KPI, initiatives, and topics related to compliance, customs clearance, and other import related matters. Conducts reviews of the third party's operations and SOPs. Helps to ensure that team goals are achieved according to established guidelines, procedures, and policies.Creates, updates, maintains, and socializes Sony’s Import procedure manual to 3rd party support team and other stakeholders. Supports project management initiatives, helping to develop and execute project plans.Uses knowledge and experience to provide guidance; focus on process improvement utilizing PDCA methodology.May be asked to provide compliance training to internal Business units, Staff members, and 3rd party affiliates.Minimum RequirementsBA/BS Business, Supply Chain (or similar)5+ years Import Operations work experienceAbility to manage complex situations with internal and external stakeholdersProficiency with Microsoft Office suitePreferred Skills U.S. Customs Brokerage License or Certified Customs Specialist CertificateExperience with SAP ERP, QuestaWeb Import applicationsExperience with process improvement initiatives using PDCA methodologyProject management experience; SmartsheetExperience with Analytics; Power BI
Sony Electronics Inc. • San Diego, u.s.
Job DescriptionOverall Job Summary: The Sales Market Employee Relations Specialist is responsible for maintaining a clear overview of Employee Relations activity for designated areas of the US while providing escalated support to Sales Market and Area teams within an assigned Market. Assists in creating and implementing policies and procedures, ensures that management is consistently following company values and standards, and assists with employment law related cases countrywide.This position is based in Secaucus, NJ or Los Angeles, CA depending on assigned Market. The role sits within our Human Resources Function and reports to our Country Employee Relations Manager.Core Responsibilities includes but is not limited to:Proactively partners with Sales Market HR Managers, Area HR Managers and Store Managers to develop their skill and knowledge on properly handling Employee Relation issuesProvides direction, developmental support, guidance and feedback to Area Sales Managers and Sales Market Managers, as needed, regarding employee issues.Responsible for ensuring all employee related issues and concerns are properly addressed and acting proactively to prevent widespread ER concerns or problems, in partnership with Country ER ManagerProvides regular business insight reporting to key business leaders on employee relations activity and trends in designated marketEnsures all employee issues are taken care of in a timely, fair, consistent and confidential way, to meet legislation and H&M’s employment standards. Partners with Country ER Manager, as needed, on escalated cases.Maintains case documentation in identified Company database, in compliance with all Company and legal requirementsIndependently approves corrective action steps and the termination of employment, on sensitive or escalated cases.Provides leadership coaching on performance management process, including the company’s progressive discipline process, to ensure consistency in content and deliveryEnsures that stores are accurately utilizing termination and exit tools to complete terminations in accordance with H&M policy.Counsels managers on suspensions and terminations related to violence in the workplace, drugs and alcohol, sexual harassment/harassment, FMLA, ADA, discrimination and other sensitive employee issuesInvestigates and provides Legal summary for all attorney letters, agency claims and lawsuits within designated market, in partnership with Country ER ManagerEnsures completion of investigations for harassment/discrimination or other policy violations, with partnership of Country ER Manager where appropriate.Regularly works on process improvement projects related to Human Resources, Employee Relations and other key business functionsRegularly monitors identified law monitor tools/websites for designated market to ensure a comprehensive understanding of emerging legal trends and legislation. Assists in communicating any changes in company policy or State or Federal laws to Store, Area and Sales Market teamsProvides state specific overviews during expansion and remodel project plansAssists with the design, implementation and facilitation of key educational materials to mitigate risk to the CompanyCompletes and follows up on ER routines and ensure compliance with State and Federal laws for all stores in designated region. Research and counsels managers on Worker’s Compensation cases for termination/FMLA/ADA concerns.Attends legal depositions and mediations, as required.Direct liaison between external counsel and Country ER Manager. Additional Accountabilities: No direct accountability; however, decisions made have a financial impact on the company.QualificationsWhat You’ll Need to Succeed:Bachelor’s Degree in HR preferred, or relevant experience in related fieldMinimum 3 years’ experience in multiunit Store HR or Training role specifically dealing with employee coaching and counseling with employee relations, benefits, payroll, recruiting and training.Minimum 3 years in a retail management positionProfessional HR certification desiredUnion knowledge and/or experience preferred.Detailed knowledge of legal requirements including Title VII, FLSA, FMLA, ADA, FCRA, etc.Ability to communicate and work with all levels of employees.Skilled at solving conflicts in a direct but positive way.Ability to be neutral and confidential and deal with sensitive information.Ability to provide leadership through our shared values.Management experience and/or detailed knowledge about the various aspects of Human Resources.Strong knowledge of H&M HR practices, policies and guidelines.Exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills.Proven organizational and analytical skills.Is flexible and able to travel up to 20% of the time
H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB • Secaucus, U.S.
General Description: As an Automotive Tire & Service Advisor, you will gain hands-on experience in one of Goodyear's Auto Service centers by making meaningful connections with guests, while delivering outstanding service. You will also become familiar with quality, sales, and profitability and how to be successful in a team environment. The Automotive Tire & Service Advisor is responsible for providing an outstanding service experience by making meaningful connections with new and returning guests. We encourage you to allow us to invest in your success as you invest in ours; apply today! Responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to: Drive sales and profitability for the store location by selling tires and recommended automotive services by communicating benefits and product features appropriately Build guest relationships and ensure guest satisfaction through understanding their needs Communicate all advertising and promotion of products and services Take responsibility for guest interactions from the initial experience through completed service including checking in, scheduling appointment, accurately estimating time requirements, and checking out Contribute to promotional merchandising and special events Effectively communicate all warranties, promotions, and advertisements to guests Utilize tools provided to make recommendations to guests based on manufacturing guidelines Assist Service Manager in communicating information about guest vehicles, as needed Maintain a clean and safe work and guest area Perform a variety of manual tasks for extended periods of time, which may include light and heavy lifting, including consumer tires and wheels, standing, bending, and squatting. Basic Qualifications: Previous Automotive Guest Service experience Valid driver's license Must be at least 18 years of age No relocation is being offered for this position Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. without company sponsorship now or in the future Preferred Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED Previous tire sales experience Previous automotive service sales experience Position Criteria: Strong work ethic; independently motivated to produce results with limited influence from others Hard worker, someone who works diligently to get tasks done and demonstrates personal characteristics, such as responsibility, dependability, conscientiousness, communication, and teamwork Ability to review, analyze, and interpret information, identify problems, and make decisions Ability to read, understand, and follow procedures and guidelines This stores hours are Monday-Saturday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm. This could require some holidaysCommitment to following established safety policies and procedures.
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company • Somerville, U.S.
Local Candidates Only 1st & 2nd shift Available ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS • Pick/Sort/Pack/Ship/Tape and Reel and Receive material for international and domestic shipments • Perform Visual Inspection • Perform lift truck safety inspections • Follow standard work instructions and operating procedures (SWI and SOP) • Order Fulfillment • Processing shipments through both ERP, WMS and TMS • Receiving and general inventory management • Unload/reload freight carriers • Performs additional inventory function • Practice and Participates in continuous process in raw material warehouse
Careerbuilder • Newburyport, U.S.
Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. is a growing and dynamic organization with superb products that include motorcycles, outboard motors, ATVs, personal watercraft, snowmobiles, boats, power assist bicycles, outdoor power equipment, race kart engines, Golf Cars, accessories, apparel, and much more! We are a company of enthusiasts and have passion for our products!Yamaha has an excellent opportunity for a Warehouse Supervisor to join our Warehouse team in Cypress, CA.JOB SUMMARYThe Warehouse Supervisor will assist management supervising in the areas of shipping, receiving and packaging to ensure quality, safety, timeliness and accuracy. Focus on Inbound processes and integration of SAP best Practices into the warehouse operations SOP. Must have open mind to bring new solutions into the distribution environment. This position will handle and process the entire inventory in the warehouse. The Warehouse Supervisor will also supervise and assign tasks to associates and maintain seamless functions in the warehouse. JOB RESPONSIBILITIESProcess all inbound product into inventory in a timely manner. Make sure all parts and accessories are accurately accounted for, handled and stored properly.Maintain accurate control of all warehouse inventory, company equipment and building security. Ensure proper labeling, tagging, and packaging of goods and materials.Assist all warehouses with the update of SAP training material. Develop and maintain a training program to address all system changes and new employees.Supervises loading and unloading of trucks. Maintains all necessary documentation and adheres to legal procedures for dispatch and receipt of goods. Ensure that department operations comply with all internal, local and domestics rules and regulations (e.g., dangerous goods, fire, CTPAT, OSHA, and all safety rules).Ensure that all department employees are properly trained in work related and safety procedures per company guidelines. Maintain a safe and hostile free working environment for the entire department staff. Motivate employees to increase levels of moral, productivity, and quality of work. Maintain a high level of Kaizen, 5S, and MBO responsibilities. Ensure that the department operation is safe, organized, and presents the property company image. Monitor department and individual production numbers to meet budget guidelines and warehouse goals. Provide cost saving measures and suggestions to management.Develop team leaders to effectively oversee the daily routines of their departments. Responsible to ensure team leaders train, motivate, monitor, and evaluate performance of their team members.Must perform all other duties outstandingly and consistent with guidelines, as assignedQUALIFICATIONSHigh School diploma or GED equivalent. AS/BS/BA degree is a plus.3 – 5 years' experience in warehouse operations / distribution.Minimum of 2 years Supervisory experience in a distribution environment (piece picking, small package and LTL shipping).Strong operating knowledge of at least one world class WMS (SAP EWM preferred, but other possibilities include JDA, Manhattan, Oracle, etc.Experience in Kaizen / 5S methodology preferredMust be proficient in Microsoft Office applications (i.e. Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook)Must have extreme attention to detail, assuring warehouse is operating effectively and immaculate.Must be dependable with ability to multi-task and work effectively in a team environment.Must be able to train and direct warehouse staff.Strong problem-solving skills.
Yamaha Motor Co. USA • Cypress, u.s.
Polykon Manufacturing LLC is seeking a Chemical Operator to join their team in the Sandston, VA area. As a valued member of the team, you can expect: · Excellent Compensation! – Starting at $19 up to $22/hr with $1.00 shift differential with an annual paid bonus· 100% paid health insurance benefits with and HRA account funded– Including medical, dental, vision, 401k matching up to 6%· Advancement opportunities – If desired, there will be opportunities for you to advance to higher level roles · Best of Both Worlds – Enjoy working for a smaller manufacturer with the backing of Air Liquide, a multinational leader in industrial gases.· New Facility– Polykon just opened their facility in Sandston in 2020 where you will be able to enjoy working with the latest equipment and technologies.· Supportive team culture – This is a company that wants to provide you with the support you need to be successful in your role. From the management staff to your production coworkers, everyone is eager and willing to help each other be the best they can be. Qualifications:· Experience in industrial environment.· Experience with chemical handling or processingEssential Functions: · Work in a team environment and execute manufacturing procedures and work instructions to produce cosmetic ingredients according to the manufacturing schedule.· Attention and adherence to safety and quality standards are requirements of this position, as this person will be in (indirect) contact with process chemicals and final product.· Execute instructions on batch records as written· Complete documentation according to Good Documentation Practices (GDP)· Operate manufacturing equipment according to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)· Execute equipment cleaning according to approved cleaning procedures· Take in-process samples from manufacturing equipment and performs analysis· Understand manufacturing processes and equipment operation· Understand manufacturing processes and equipment operation· Monitor equipment performance during batch processing· Report deviations (non-conformance) to management· Report near-miss incidents or accidents in a timely manner· Perform housekeeping and inform maintenance of equipment concerns· Recommends improvements to manufacturing methods· May participate in root cause investigations and participate in 5S studies· A cents EUR 1 COMPETENCY / SKILLS· Basic understanding of chemical manufacturing processes· Good understanding of industrial safety practices· Good understanding of basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)· Understanding of Good Documentation and Manufacturing Practices· Good ability to read and understand company procedures (SOP's)· Ability to read and understand technical drawings, use computers, and company software· Good communication skills· Ability to drive forklift· Self-starter and motivated to complete work in a safe manner with high quality level
Careerbuilder • Richmond, U.S.
The Electro Mechanical Assembler is responsible for the assembly of mechanical components into sub-assemblies and finished assemblies. Work performed includes soldering utilizing a microscope, hand assembly, use of power tools, laser systems, and other assembly equipment. This superstar also works hand in hand with Engineering to assist in new product development and product transition to routine manufacturing. Essential Functions: 1.Assembles assigned product parts on assembly line in accordance with production guidelines. 2.Performs first inspection(s) of product to ensure adherence to approved quality standards. 3.Assists in developing and implementing operating methods and procedures designed to eliminate operating problems and improve product quality. 4.Provides technical guidance’s to engineering on assembly process and tuning methods. 5.Provides technical guidance for correction of design flaws. 6.Provide guidance and training with the following positions: Assembler I, Assembler II 7.Adheres to established company policies and procedures, paying special attention to safety regulations. 8.Assists with the transition of new products to full rate production by working with Engineering to assemble prototypes, support the development of validation of assembly process, tooling, fixtures in accordance with NPID process.
Careerbuilder • Fremont, U.S.
General Description: As a Process Operator, you will gain hands-on experience producing high-quality products in one of Goodyear's Chemical manufacturing plants. Goodyear Chemical is a division of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company which manufactures and markets rubber-related chemicals for various applications. You will also become familiar with safety, quality, and how to be successful in a team environment. We encourage you to allow us to invest in your success as you invest in ours; apply today! Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: Perform routine operation of process and mechanical equipment. Control, monitor and adjust as necessary Troubleshoot process, product quality, safety and environmental problems and identify equipment requiring maintenance Review, analyze, and interpret lab data, distributive control monitoring information, log information from previous shift(s) and from the field, AVO (avoid verbal order) instructions, etc. to identify problems and make decisions Clean and maintain a safe work environment Abide by standard work procedures and job safety standards, including required PPE Perform a variety of manual tasks in varying temperatures for extended periods of time, which may include lifting light to heavy materials, climbing, standing, squatting, bending, and working at heights and/or confined spaces when applicable Adhere to Goodyear's attendance policy Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing Understand and follow all instructions, both orally and in writing Basic Qualifications: HS Diploma/GED Must be at least 18 years of age Must be legally authorized to work in the US without company sponsorship now or in the future Must be able to successfully complete all pre-employment criteria Ability to work any and/or rotating shifts, weekends, holidays, or overtime if applicable Basic computer skills Preferred Qualifications: AAS in Process Operations Technology Process Operations Technology Certification Previous manufacturing experience with basic knowledge and understanding of mechanical principles Previous experience as a Process Operator in the chemical, rubber or petroleum industry Distributed Control System (DCS) Console Board Operations experience Vocational/technical school and/or coursework Apprenticeship program within a mechanical discipline Previous military service experience within a technical specialty Demonstrated ability to understand and apply mechanical concepts and principles to solve problems Experience adhering to industry-specific safety standards Candidate Criteria: Self-motivated: demonstrates appropriate initiative with or without direct supervision Hard worker: someone who works diligently to get tasks done in a timely and safe manner Adaptability: the ability to make changes, and to be successful in changing environments Team player: an associate who can be counted on to assist the company in being successful Ability to review, analyze, and interpret information, identify problems and make decisions in routine and non-routine situations Commitment to working safely May be required to serve on the Emergency Response Team.
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company • Pasadena, U.S.
Summary: Assembles manufactured products by performing the following duties: Essential Duties and Responsibilities:Assembles components and/or finished product according to drawings, work instructions or manufacturing ordersLabel components/products up on completion during assemblyPackages finish components/productsMay record production data regarding quantity produced, inventory used, time worked or other data on appropriate routers or other documentsClean work area following production, dispose of wasteISOActively participates in the Production Process which has been identified as a Key ProcessAssist in development of any ISO related policies/procedures for your functionAdhere to Company ISO policies/procedures Other projects and duties as may be assignedQualifications/Competency: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Careerbuilder • Cincinnati, U.S.
Overall Job Summary: Working at the heart of fast-paced fashion business, a Visual Keyholder is responsible for creating an environment that inspires customers to explore their personal style. The role will support and guide the store team to deliver the most inspiring and exciting Customer Experience in line with the H&M brand and values. It will actively drive sales in the store and is responsible to implement the Visual Identity to make H&M the No. 1 fashion destination. The Visual Keyholder will always meet the expectations of customers and colleagues, as well as follow H&M procedures and standards.This position is within our Store & Sales Function and reports to our Store Manager.Core Responsibilities includes but is not limited to: SELLINGThe Visual Keyholder will set the garment presentation on the Sales Floor & Windows according to the Commercial Handbook. Together with the Department Manager, the Visual Keyholder will determine additional commercial opportunities in the store within the H&M brand guidelines. The role will execute floor moves based on those joint discussions.Fashion KnowledgeEnsure you are up to date with current fashion trendsShare, inspire, and educate the team on the seasonal trend informationDirect Customer ServiceEnsure you meet customer expectations on direct service according to H&M standardsSupport the store to achieve excellent customer serviceIndirect Customer ServiceFollow up on the Visual Identity through the implementation of the Commercial handbookSecure well styled GTL mannequins in windows and in storeCreate a clear red threat from windows to A-area with wearable buying suggestionsEnsure high quality, commercial garment presentation with good garment care every day together with the store teamProvide a good concept flow by maintaining the concept layout, fixtures, and navigationLaunch and maintain all sales campaigns and activities on time according to H&M standardsDrive Sales TargetsIdentify opportunities to increase customer satisfaction and sales with the Department Manager and execute changes accordinglyPerform sales follow up and initiate actions to reach sales targetsTEAMThe Visual Keyholder will support the Store team to enhance the customer and working experience in store through coaching. Together with the Store Management team, the Visual Keyholder will ensure that all legal requirements and H&M policies are fulfilled.Training and DevelopmentEvaluate and develop the visual and commercial skills of the store teamCoach and develop Sales Advisors while executing floor moves togetherOrganize, provide and carry out visual training for all colleagues to support garment presentation in line with the Commercial handbookSeek Visual Merchandiser potential for successionCommunication and Legal RequirementsEnsure that all communication in the windows and sales floor complies with local legislation ROUTINESThe Visual Keyholder will organize and plan the workload according to business needs and commercial planner. The role will ensure safety, security, and administration procedures are always followed.Commercial RoutinesTogether with the Department Manager, follow up on store KPIs and initiate actions to reach store goals and budgetsAdapt the store planning according to store needs and budget from the Commercial planComplete and take action on the Best Brand portion of the Store Experience Tool (S.E.T.) to maximize commercial opportunitiesVisual Store Operational RoutinesComplete the sample picking as well as execute the floor moves in a way that creates clear stories and wearable suggestionsComplete all sales floor and window morning routines daily before store is openHandle Visual Merchandiser material and visual scheme ordersControl quantity and condition of all incoming visual materialMaintain and care for all display and interior material with sustainability in mindKeep visual room organized and safeShare information with the team on Commercial handbook seasonal changes and continue to evaluate throughout the seasonProvide updates of all Visual Merchandising information material in the storeEnsure that the store always has enough Sale and Activity materialPaint the windows as necessaryBack of House RoutinesPerform all store routines, including the opening and closing of the store, by following all Company practices and proceduresWork with timekeeping and scheduling system including approving timesheetsMay be assigned overall store responsibility in absence of Store Manager or Department manager when opening and closing storeSecurityPromote employee and customer safetyResolve health & safety, legal, and security issuesAddress any loss prevention and safety issues that may occur while on duty and bring any escalated employee issues to the management team Additional Accountabilities:No financial accountability QUALIFICATIONSAssociate’s Degree in a Fashion industry specialty preferred2 years of retail visual merchandising experienceAbility to lift in excess of 20 poundsAbility to stand for long periods of time, bend, stretch, engage in repetitive motions, push, pull and carry items (mannequins, clothing, totes, torsos, etc.) for a short distanceAbility to climb a ladder and use a step stoolMust be able to work with hand and power operated tools and lift in order to execute display area set upsAbility to work flexible hours and extended hours at timesMay be required to travel to support other stores
H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB • Springfield, U.S.