If you have retail experience and a passion for customer service, with the drive to learn new products and create an individual in-store experience for each of your customers, or you are a graphic designer with a desire for creativity and attention to detail - then we would love to hear from you!
We have plans to open three brand new stores in Swansea, Bangor and Llandudno, and have several permanent and full-time retail opportunities available for enthusiastic and self-motivated Store Managers, Assistant Managers and Key-holders, in addition to full-time and part-time opportunities for Sales Assistants on a permanent basis.
Flexibility will be required as you will be working on a rota covering 7 days per week, including evening and weekend work.
You will be required to have proven customer service and sales experience within a retail environment, with jewellery retail experience advantageous but not essential.You will also have the confidence to share your passion for jewellery and product knowledge with customers and the motivation to succeed and fully contribute to the success of the team.
For the Store Manager and Assistant Manager roles, you will also be required to have proven experience working within and leading a retail team.You will have strong decision-making skills and the ability to effectively motivate, performance manage, develop and coach your team.
Established for over 25 years, Clogau is a prestigious and multi-award winning jewellery brand which operates internationally.From a small team and a handful of pieces in the early 1990s, Clogau has firmly established itself as a nationally-renowned brand that is sold worldwide within leading jewellery stores, on-line, on some of the world's best airlines and wholesale.
The business has been named as one of London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain, and in 2018, Clogau was the proud winner of ‘Multichannel Retail Offer’ and ‘Jewellery & Watch Supplier’ at the UK Jewellery Awards, adding to its 2017 success when the company won ‘Retailer of the Year’ and to its 2016 success when the company won ‘Jewellery and Watch Supplier of the Year’ at The National Association of Jewellers Awards.
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When applying for this vacancy, please include a covering note stating which store you are applying for, along with the position you would like to apply for and the hours you are available to work.
Interviews are likely to be held during the weeks commencing 27/08 and 03/09/2018.
This is a fantastic opportunity to gain further experience working for a successful and growing Welsh brand with a unique history and story. The product – fine jewellery lends itself to creating designs, which are beautiful and creative.
This role is incredibly varied and no two days are the same, meaning you will learn new skills and areas of design and make a big contribution. You will collaborate with competent and skilled designers who will encourage your input and innovative ideas for improvement.
Established over 25 years ago, Clogau is a multi-award winning Welsh jewellery brand. From a small team and a handful of pieces in the early 1990’s, Clogau has firmly established itself as a prestigious jewellery brand that is now sold worldwide, within leading jewellery stores, on-line, and on some of the world's best airlines.In 2016, Clogau was named as one of London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain, along with awards at the UK Jewellery Awards for Retailer of the Year in 2017, and Multichannel Retail Offer and Jewellery & Watch Supplier of the Year in 2018.
This role is based at our Head office, near St Asaph, North Wales.
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