Create with us.
The sales association/stylist will help customers in our brick and mortar shop providing a personal, hands-on shopping experience, and styling advice. This position is ideal for a high-performing individual who enjoys a challenge and can balance a number of different demands while keeping a positive attitude. This position requires excellent multitasking skills and self-directed work. We’re looking for a self-starter to make sure downtime between helping customers is used well. Additional responsibilities include ensuring the shop is clean and organized, tracking inventory and supply needs, receiving product, and preparing for in-store events.
The ideal candidate is outgoing and a natural salesperson. They can come up with creative solutions in a pinch, and are handy enough to build displays and can style mannequins in their downtime. The ideal candidate for this role has a good eye for aesthetics, is energetic, and is friendly and outgoing.
The sales associate/stylist will work closely with the shop owner to manage in-store events, promotions, and collaborations. This is a fantastic position for someone who hopes to have their own business one day and can really treat the shop as their own. There’s an opportunity for the right person to develop into the store manager role and take on more responsibilities. The position is hourly, and additionally there is a commission bonus for sales made.
- Part-time (approximately 12-15 hours/week)
- 3% Commission on sales
- Employee discount
- Engaging and assisting customers
- Providing styling advice to customers
- Sharing product information with customers (we're all USA-made!)
- Tidying racks and displays
- Merchandising product and creating displays
- Designing and building window displays
- Creating promotional signage
- Shop maintenance (minor repairs) and cleaning
- Receiving and tagging inventory In-store event planning
- receiving/tagging inventory and tracking product
- Preventing theft/shrinkage
- 2+ years retail experience (ideally in a boutique)
- Great interpersonal skills
- Entrepreneurial spirit
- Creative and visually inclined
- Excellent problem solver
- Strong fashion sense
- Energetic and enthusiastic
- 2+ years managing POS & cash drawer
- available to work 2 days a week
- must be able to lift 30 lbs
Don't see the job you're looking for here? Submit your resume and a note about yourself and we will review your information to see if there might be a fit for a future role. If not, we will keep your information on file for other opportunities that align with your skills and background.
Partnerships + Features
Viscera was created in downtown Oakland to be an inspiring space for discovering new, artisan products as well as nurturing culture and community.
We are an Oakland Art Murmur affiliated retailer hosting 7-10 artist shows per year with a focus on working with emerging and underrepresented artists. We are thrilled to announce that we will be offering Micro-Residencies as a new program!
Each Micro-Residency will pay the artist $250 and will include a small space in our shop for working and interacting with the community for 4-6 weeks. We will also organize a show for the artist to showcase and sell their work in the shop as well as online.
Through this program, we hope to give the community of Oakland opportunities not only to experience new art but also to see and participate in the process of art-making.
Please apply by sending an email describing you, your work, and your idea for the Micro-Residency to Jen at email@example.com. We will evaluate applications on a rolling basis and hope to host our first artist early in 2020!
Call for art
We're an official Art Murmur affiliated retailer and participate in First Friday and Saturday Stroll. We feature emerging artists who share our design approach. We look for art that is contemporary, intriguing, and contemplative. If you'd like to be one of our featured artists, email Art@Viscerastudio.com
We feature creatives we love on our creators blog. We love sharing the stories of people who fuel themselves by making, building, and doing. If you're an artist, designer, maker, or just call yourself a do-er, we would love to feature you. Email us about yourself at info@Viscerastudio.com