Designer – Kitchen/Bath

Location
Countryside, IL

Category
Customer Service/Sales

Type
In-store and Distribution Center Hourly

Job ID
121617BR

Bonus Eligible
401(k) Company Matching
Employee Stock Purchase Program

COVID PRECAUTIONS

Health and temperature checks at all locations
Associates are required to wear a mask
Required social distancing measures throughout buildings
Increased cleaning frequency and enhanced sanitation efforts
Job Description

Designers support three primary store priorities: Customers First, In Stock, and Store Appearance. Designers support Customers First by providing fast, thorough, and friendly service to customers. Designers interact with customers by welcoming them to the store, assessing their kitchen and/or bath project needs, providing showroom tours, setting them up for kitchen and/or bath measures, meeting with them to go over room designs and make purchasing recommendations. Designers support In Stock initiatives by assessing stock levels of samples and brochures and restocking them as necessary. Designers support the Store Appearance priority by ensuring special order displays and showrooms promote a shopping environment that is appealing and safe. By supporting these three priorities, Designers drive sales to support department and store goals.

Pay Range

Benefits

Paid parental leave to bond with your new addition

401(K) savings plan with company match

Merit increases and performance bonuses

On-the-spot recognition and rewards for a job well done

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Job Description

Designers support three primary store priorities: Customers First, In Stock, and Store Appearance. Designers support Customers First by providing fast, thorough, and friendly service to customers. Designers interact with customers by welcoming them to the store, assessing their kitchen and/or bath project needs, providing showroom tours, setting them up for kitchen and/or bath measures, meeting with them to go over room designs and make purchasing recommendations. Designers support In Stock initiatives by assessing stock levels of samples and brochures and restocking them as necessary. Designers support the Store Appearance priority by ensuring special order displays and showrooms promote a shopping environment that is appealing and safe. By supporting these three priorities, Designers drive sales to support department and store goals.

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