Sales assistent Hennes and Mauritz

  • Amersfoort
  • HBO
  • Salary indication €10.23-10.24
  • 16 Hours per week
  • Parttime
  • #1AV0057692

About the job

For H&M Amersfoort we are looking for enthusiastic sales assistants. As a sales assistant at H&M you are the first point of contact for the customers. Hennes and Mauritz is all about hospitality and customer service and therefor we are looking for customer-friendly sales assistants.

What can you expect from your workday?
A working day starts with a fresh start together with the other sales assistants and the store manager. The store manager will update you on the progress and planning of the day.
The work will consist of advising customers, showing customers the way in the shop, keeping the shop tidy and of course the smile on your face to welcome customers into the shop.
Furthermore, you make a round to check if everything is still neat and tidy and make sure the fitting rooms are tidy.

Job requirements

  • Customer-oriented work is really your thing! You convey your enthusiasm to customers;
  • You speak and understand the English language very well. (The Dutch language would be perfect but is not required);
  • You are available for at least 16 hours a week.

About the company

H&M is one of the world's largest fashion shops, where the customer always comes first. They now have 171,000 employees at 4,841 shops in more than 71 countries! According to Hennes and Mauritz, it is "the employees who really make us special". All employees share the same ambition and motivation and, of course, know all about fashion. H&M core values are therefore: we are a team, we believe in people, we are constantly improving and we keep it simple.

What we offer

  • A gross hourly wage of €10.24 per hour (at 21 years of age and older);
  • Parttime job for 16-32 hours a week;
  • Supplements on Sundays and public holidays;
  • A job where you can work this summer and possibly longer, so what are you waiting for? Apply below on the orange button!

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Vestigings gegevens

ASA Utrecht
Ganzenmarkt   22  
3512 GE, Utrecht

utrecht@asatalent.nl
0302333444

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