Museum Shops Association of Australia & New Zealand

The only professional organisation dedicated to cultural retail management in Australasia

Situations Vacant: Hobart, Australia

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Retail Assistant, TMAG

 

Closing date: January 29, 2018
Institution: Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Salary: $42,822.00 to $52,820.00 pro rata, per annum
Employment status: Permanent, part-time, 0.5 FTE (weekend shifts required)
Location : Hobart, Tasmania
Contact name: Matthew Spencer, Manager Retail, 03 61657070
Contact email: Matthew.Spencer@tmag.tas.gov.au

 

Duties

  • Prepare the shop for daily opening and closing in an efficient manner including the labelling and replenishing of stock on the shop floor.
  • Respond to visitors and customers in a courteous and attentive manner.  Provide consistently high quality customer service (in-store, on the phone and online).
  • Assist customers with purchase selection.  Respond to enquiries and follow-up on orders in a professional and friendly manner.
  • Accurately operate the POS system, perform cash reconciliations and ensure that takings are secure at all times.
  • Perform daily tasks to assist in the administration and maintenance of the retail operations, including processing and dispatch of orders; shop and storage stacking and cleaning; ordering and processing of shop merchandise and online store maintenance.
  • Participate in the conduct of regular stock takes to ensure inventory records are complete and accurate.
  • Participate in stock display arrangements, promotional events and shop sales.  Assist in identifying potential stock which may be discounted and/or put on sale.
  • Remain knowledgeable about shop sales goals and actively participate in achieving those targets.
  • Perform any other assigned duties at the classification level that are within the employee’s competence and training as directed by the line manager

For more information or to apply visit: JobsTas

 

Author: msaanz

The only professional organisation dedicated to cultural retail management in Australasia.

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