Part-Time Sales Associate

14 February 20202020-02-14
Co Armagh, Northern Ireland

Part-Time Sales Associate

Portadown, Co Armagh

Full-Time & Perm

16-20 hrs per week

(Zenrec exclusive)


Due to continued growth, Statement Menswear in Portadown, are recruiting for a Part-Time Sales Associate.


Company bio

They create, empower, innovate, inspire, push the boundaries and most important of all we practice what we preach. Statement menswear is an exclusive menswear store that provides groom hire and all manner of smart retail for the discerning gentleman.


Their Values: We bring out the best in each other. We push boundaries. We have a positive attitude. We love what we do



  • Ensuring high levels of customer satisfaction through excellent service.
  • First point of contact for resolving customer queries.
  • Being a brand ambassador, demonstrating in-depth product knowledge.
  • Building and maintaining professional relationships with our customers.
  • Outfit building for customers and making further product recommendations.
  • Assessing customers needs and providing assistance and information on product features.
  • Driving store KPIs and suggesting ways to improve.
  • Ensuring shop and stock room maintenance, presentation and organisation issues are addressed in an appropriate manner.


Essential Criteria

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Must be trustworthy and honest.
  • Reasonable numerical literacy.
  • Strong product knowledge and commitment to customer service with an ability to pass this onto others.
  • You will work well with change, being able to quickly adapt and work with pace.
  • You will be energetic and authentic, showing a clear presence on the shop floor.
  • You'll approach all issues with a ‘can do’ approach and act with initiative to find in store solutions.



  • Wage attributed to experience/capabilities
  • Generous clothing discount
  • An enjoyable work environment




Our is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community