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New department store creates jobs for town

A brand new independent department store set to open in Stroud in April is recruiting for a number of roles.

Sandersons Boutique is opening at the Five Valleys Shopping Centre on 14th April, subject to coronavirus restrictions, and is set to create a number of full (39 hours) and part-time (16-20 hours) jobs for local people.

The business is now recruiting for:

• Skincare advisors

• Clarins account manager

• Clarins skin specialist

• Fragrance sales advisors

• Homeware and gifting sales advisors

• Ladies accessories sales advisors

• Menswear sales advisors

• Ladies wear sales advisors

The chosen candidates will be people who leave a lasting impression on customers, ensuring they receive a memorable shopping experience, which will make Sandersons an exciting and unique place to visit.

Sanderson's is looking for at least a year's retail experience, preferably in the fashion industry, with the ability to work towards set targets and KPI's.

Full training will be provided, to ensure staff have outstanding product knowledge and the confidence to tell customers about Sandersons' brands and products

For more information on all of the roles, go to Job Vacancies at Five Valleys - Retail shopping at Five Valleys, Stroud. 

To apply please send your CV to lisa.fox@sandersonsdeptstore.co.uk

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