Founded in 1876, Jockey International, Inc. is a privately held, family owned company with headquarters in Kenosha, WI. Started by Rev. Samuel T. Cooper as a sock company to serve lumberjacks of the day, the company has expanded into one of the most well-known apparel brands around the world. Today, Jockey products are sold in more than 145 countries. Jockey is committed to quality and innovation, and the passionate pursuit to satisfy the human need for comfort continues to be the company's hallmark. Visit Jockey.com to experience the quality and craftsmanship of the Original American Underwear brand.
What We Stand For:Jockey's culture reflects the values of our leadership. Success is achieved through hard work, mutual respect, and offering consumers products with striking quality and style from a brand they trust. Jockey associates and Jockey products are the genuine article. Retail is where the Jockey Lifestyle Brand meets the community.
We believe that Extraordinary Service comes from the Heart and is delivered by Extraordinary Individuals!
Need spending money? Come join the JOCKEY team as a Stockroom Associate! You'll manage the physical receipt and display of inventory, while providing backup assistance as a Sales Associate when needed. You will provide excellent customer service through friendly engagement with our customers to assist in product selections while performing sales and register transactions.
You'll know you're successful when you can greet every customer with a smile and offer thoughtful assistance. We offer competitive pay, generous merchandise discounts, exciting career growth opportunities, a fun working environment with a flexible schedule, and more!
Stockroom Associates will typically work 15-20 hours per week. Your sense of urgency will help you provide quick and friendly service to customers that results in an amazing shopping experience for your customer.
+ Check-in freight and move stock to shelves to include, loading and unloading trucks.
+ Manage the physical disposition of inventory in the storage area.
+ Establish positive working relationships with co-workers, assuring a high productivity and accomplishing shared goals and expectations.
+ Accurately and honestly handle all financial sales transactions.
+ Demonstrate knowledge of complete the line of Jockey garment items and convey this knowledge to the customer.
+ Provide custodial services for the closeout center to include, cleaning the bathroom, the breakroom, and the stockroom, and disposing of garbage.
+ Completes assigned tasks efficiently and in a timely manner.
+ Solicits and listens to other suggestions, ideas, or constructive criticism.
+ Observes all Jockey Policies and Procedures as stated in the manual..
+ Manage inventory and custodial services.
+ Provide assistance to the sales staff as needed.
+ High school diploma or equivalent.
+ Must be 18 years of age or older.
+ Prior experience in retail back office receiving required.
+ Retail sales skills required.
+ Familiarity with eCommerce/internet retail.
+ Strong communication and problem solving skills
+ Ability to demonstrate keen attention to detail.
+ Ability to work both independently and in a team environment.
+ Open availability and flexibility to work nights, weekends, store openings and closings, to meet the needs of the business.
+ Ability to move 25 pounds, effectively maneuver around sales floor and stockroom, repetitive bending, prolong standing, twisting, stooping, squatting, and ascending/descending ladder to stock and merchandise store.
+ Ability to work with/around cleaning chemicals.
Jockey International, Inc., and its subsidiaries, provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. We are also committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (262) 658-8111.