Skokie, IL- PT- Early Morning Childcare position

Early morning nanny needed in Skokie 6-9am starting in Jan 2018

Description:
*Patient, organized nanny needed Monday – Friday from 6 – 9 am.
*Punctuality is critical to this position!
*Three girls – 9, 11, 14.
*Nanny will provide breakfast, pack lunches, and help girls get dressed and ready for the bus.
*Time permitting, check homework or provide an activity.
*Tidy kitchen and living areas after children leave.
*CPR/First Aide required
*Must commit to entire school year
*One cockatoo (no care necessary).
*Start date is Jan 8, 2018.
This position is perfect for someone who has commitments later in the day, but wants to make some extra $$!

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Chicago City- FT Childcare Position

City and Suburbs:
Position: Full Time Expert Babysitter
Our Expert Babysitters help us build stronger families by providing Babysitter, back-up, and on-call care for a diverse variety of families.

Expert Babysitters are offered:
+ Guaranteed minimum of 60 hours per pay cycle
+ Compensation after 10 miles of commute
+ Free nights and weekends
+ Starting rate of $14.00 hourly

Our Expert Babysitter provides a variety of services, but are not limited to:
+ Providing entertainment and creative, fun, age appropriate activities
+ Dressing, bathing, preparing food for children
+ Light housekeeping
+ Attending to children in a professional manner and communicating well with children, family and CNST

Our Expert Babysitter position requires:
+ Child care experience, include infants (must provide at least three references)
+ CPR and First Aid Certification
+ Car
+ Full day availability (minimum 7AM – 6PM, 4-5 days), Monday through Friday
+ 1 month+ commitment (no schedule changes, mandatory ‘volume’ days)

Thank you for your interest! College Nannies, Sitters, and Tutors (CNST) is the nation’s most complete resource for customized nanny, professional babysitting, and tutoring services. CNST legally employs and provides payroll services to qualified families – Never a fee to our employees.
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City- West Town Chicago- PT Childcare position

City:
West Town Family seeks happy, energetic, patient and kind yet assertive nanny for their two boys, ages 11 and 7.
ADHD/Special Needs experience is required.
Monday through Friday, 7am-9am. Care continues through the entire 2017-2018 school year and into the summer.
Kids will be dressed and fed. Nanny will supervise and monitor homework before taking to school (very short CTA bus ride) and wait at school with younger boy until bell rings.
Family has one old, friendly dog – nanny not involved in care.
Must be CPR/First aid certified before care begins.
Thank you for your interest! College Nannies, Sitters, and Tutors (CNST) is the nation’s most complete resource for customized nanny, professional babysitting, and tutoring services. CNST legally employs and provides payroll services to qualified families – Never a fee to our employees.
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Occupancy Inspector

We’re hiring in Chicago, IL. Apply now.

Occupancy Inspector

Part-Time Field Representative 15-30 hours per week (Depending on Assignment) – 1099 Sub-Contractor)

RESPONSIBILITIES: Driving to residential and some commercial properties Completing routine reports with photos in a timely, efficient manner Recording on site observations in accordance with customer-specific requirements Identifying and photographing potential hazards and occupancy indicators Uploading photos & reports to 3rd party software via phone app Assignments to field representatives are given on a daily or weekly basis (3-7 days to complete)

QUALIFICATIONS: No experience is necessary Mapping software experience specifically Microsoft Streets & Trips or MapPoint a plus Candidates with a background in real estate, REO, property preservation or construction is a plus Candidates with experience as an occupancy, insurance, or home inspector is beneficial Experience with EZ Inspections, Inspectorade, Trackscapes or Purvan is helpful Computer literacy with the ability to scan, upload files and email necessary High mileage reliable vehicle (At least 22 MPG) Smart Phone (i-Phone or Android) Clean driving record Self-motivation.

Application URL – https://www.mortgagebankersfs.com/forms/public/vendor/

Brand Ambassador / Sales Coordinator

Seeking Brand Ambassadors in the greater Chicago area! No experience needed, just looking for outgoing and hardworking individuals interested in a career in Sales! $15/hr plus commission with no minimum quotas!! Flexible schedules: 20-40hrs/wk – call me at 415-848-5720 or email me your resume at brienna.crimmins@insightglobal.com if you or someone you know is interested at all!

Pest Control Technician $2500/month

Looking for summer or full-time work? EDGE is looking for hard working people!
EDGE Pest Control Chicago is hiring on full time technicians for the 2017 Summer season. As an EDGE Pest Control technician you would be responsible for treating customer’s homes to help rid them of pesky bugs and rodents.
Here are some details:

May 1-September 1 (start and end date adjustable for class schedule)

Option to stay on full-time after the summer

Monday-Saturday, Sundays off

Company vehicle and gas card provided

Training and licensing provided

Salary of $2,000/month PLUS

$500/month bonus at the end of the summer (4 months = $2,000)
For insurances purposes:

Must be at least 19 years old and have had driver’s license for at least 3 years

Have a clean driving record
Call or text Jeff with questions of if interested! (773)530-8323

Pest Control Technician $2500/month

Looking for summer or full-time work? EDGE is looking for hard working people!
EDGE Pest Control Chicago is hiring on full time technicians for the 2017 Summer season. As an EDGE Pest Control technician you would be responsible for treating customer’s homes to help rid them of pesky bugs and rodents.
Here are some details:

May 1-September 1 (start and end date adjustable for class schedule)

Option to stay on full-time after the summer

Monday-Saturday, Sundays off

Company vehicle and gas card provided

Training and licensing provided

Salary of $2,000/month PLUS

$500/month bonus at the end of the summer (4 months = $2,000)
For insurances purposes:

Must be at least 19 years old and have had driver’s license for at least 3 years

Have a clean driving record
Call or text Jeff with questions of if interested! (773)530-8323

Pest Control Technician $2500/month

Looking for summer or full-time work? EDGE is looking for hard working people!
EDGE Pest Control Chicago is hiring on full time technicians for the 2017 Summer season. As an EDGE Pest Control technician you would be responsible for treating customer’s homes to help rid them of pesky bugs and rodents.
Here are some details:

May 1-September 1 (start and end date adjustable for class schedule)

Option to stay on full-time after the summer

Monday-Saturday, Sundays off

Company vehicle and gas card provided

Training and licensing provided

Salary of $2,000/month PLUS

$500/month bonus at the end of the summer (4 months = $2,000)
For insurances purposes:

Must be at least 19 years old and have had driver’s license for at least 3 years

Have a clean driving record
Call or text Jeff with questions of if interested! (773)530-8323

Operations Support Specialist

Rally National is one of the fastest growing energy focused sales firm in the US. We specialize in sourcing commercial and residential experts in the retail energy industry across commercial, residential, and OTM sales verticals. Our Client Services Division is looking to add an Operations Support Specialist to our team.

The main function of this position is to provide expert support to our clients, partners and corporate team members across multiple markets. Working closely with the client-facing members of the team, the ideal candidate has an interest in how our business works and experience with Web-based systems.

Daily duties will include monitoring and managing quality of the sales, administration, and recruitment efforts. Specific actions will include contract preparation, sales and agent submissions, sales process review, recruitment/referral vetting, and client relations. The Operations Support Specialist will ensure that inquiries are routed to the appropriate parties and technical issues are addressed in a timely fashion.

Expectations-
Entry level; new college graduates and those with up to 1 year of experience encouraged to apply.
Passion for diagnosing problems and seeing solutions through to implementation.
Ability to work independently, as well as part of a diverse team of support, sales and energy professionals.
Ability to manage multiple priorities.
Exceptional written, verbal and interpersonal skills.

This is a Chicago based employee position – offering hourly plus incentives with room to grow. Please submit your resume and complete an application at www.rallynational.work/application

Mortgage Occupancy Inspector

Part-Time Field Representative 15-30 hours per week (Depending on Assignment) – 1099 Sub-Contractor)
OVERVIEW:
Mortgage Bankers Field Services has been a regional Field Services provider since 2009. Mortgage Bankers Field Services takes pride in recruiting and training motivated individuals for either full or part time positions. Most inspections are exterior only and take an average of 6-10 minutes. There are also more detailed reports required on interior inspections and special project orders may be assigned. Reports outline the type of structure, utilities on or off, verification of occupancy based on critical thinking, the condition of the property and taking necessary photographic documentation. Leaving an envelope on front door is required on some inspection types. Deadlines and due dates are CRITICAL. Reporting data and sending photographs electronically through smart phone app (ie EZ Inspections, Inspectorade, Trackscapes or Purvan). Not necessary to have unlimited data plan as reports can be uploaded at home on Wi-Fi connection.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Driving to residential and some commercial properties
Completing routine reports with photos in a timely, efficient manner
Recording on site observations in accordance with customer-specific requirements
Identifying and photographing potential hazards and occupancy indicators
Uploading photos & reports to 3rd party software via phone app
Assignments to field representatives are given on a daily or weekly basis (3-7 days to complete)
QUALIFICATIONS:
No experience is necessary
Mapping software experience specifically Microsoft Streets & Trips or MapPoint a plus
Candidates with a background in real estate, REO, property preservation or construction is a plus
Candidates with experience as an occupancy, insurance, or home inspector is beneficial
Experience with EZ Inspections, Inspectorade, Trackscapes or Purvan is helpful
Computer literacy with the ability to scan, upload files and email necessary
High mileage reliable vehicle (At least 22 MPG)
Smart Phone (i-Phone or Android)
Clean driving record
Self-motivation
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Regional Director

The demand for ChickTech’s programs and services is growing, and ChickTech is growing to meet it! In order to serve the increasing number of ChickTech chapters across the country, ChickTech is hiring four part-time (20 hrs/week) Regional Directors to serve our volunteer-led chapters, providing them mentoring, guidance, assistance, and services so they can be successful.

Regional distribution (cities in bold are existing chapters)

Northeast

States: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, New York, Boston, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington DC + Toronto

South

States: West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Atlanta, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Houston and Austin, Texas

Midwest

States: Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Chicago, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma

West – position filled

States: New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Missoula, Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, Bay Area, California, Portland and Corvallis, Oregon, Seattle, Washington, Alaska, Hawaii, and Vancouver BC

Responsibilities

Support, assist, and guide ChickTech chapters in assigned region

Work with and support other Regional Directors as a cohesive team

Assist with the planning and attend the annual Leadership Summit in Portland

Document and implement new best practices

Required Skills

• Passion about gender equity and the tech industry

• Experience managing volunteers

• Interpersonal communication skills to effectively manage remote teams

• Ability to build strong personal connections with Chapter leadership teams to encourage, empathize, and drive positive action

• Web editing, e-newsletter, and cloud-based shared drive proficiency or similar skills.

• Experience with corporate sponsors to coach chapters to fund raise effectively

• Infrequent and intermittent paid overtime will be required depending on workload

• Ability and desire to learn new technology tools

• Excellent wi-fi connectivity (if working remotely)

Preferred Skills

• Salesforce proficiency

• Close proximity to a major airport

• Primary residence within the region you serve

All people are welcome to apply. ChickTech is strongly committed to diversity. Please see our inclusion policy (https://chicktech.org/about-us/inclusion-policy/) for more details.

Reports To

ChickTech Regional Directors report to the ChickTech Program Director. Regional Directors will have regular phone and video check-ins to update the Program Director and other Regional Directors on the status of the chapters in their region in addition to weekly meetings with the entire leadership team. This allows for a sharing of information, advice, and direction on how to move forward. In addition, the calls support a sense of community, a strong connection to the other regions, and a steady stream of support from Headquarters to the chapters.

Wages

20 hours per week $25.00/hour

Institutional Relations Manager

The Institutional Relations Manager (Manager) is responsible for planning and executing strategies and tactics to secure financial support from foundation, corporate, business, organizational and government donors. The Manager is a core part of a development team and coordinates closely with staff to translate program goals and objectives into revenue-driving concepts. The Manager assists the Vice President of Development with overall development planning and accountability, informing fundraising goals, and creating cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies to grow revenue in support of the organization’s mission.

The Manager reports to the Vice President of Development.

The Alliance for the Great Lakes sets a protection agenda for the Great Lakes, a resource of global significance and the world’s largest source of surface freshwater. The Alliance seeks to protect the Great Lakes from their greatest threats, build a resilient future for communities and instill the value of clean water throughout the region. The Alliance is a four-star Charity Navigator organization. Learn more about the Alliance at www.greatlakes.org.

Responsibilities

With the Development Team, establishes annual fundraising goals for institutional revenue, based on organizational plans and fundraising landscape, and assesses performance toward those goals on a regular basis.

Delivers short- and long-term fundraising results from a pool of institutional donors, typically between the $25,000 – $500,000 level, to help meet and exceed revenue targets.

Develops, writes and submits timely proposals, budgets and reports with full cooperation of program staff.

Maintains accurate institutional fundraising calendar and roster, and institutional donor information in fundraising database and organizational records.

Builds and maintains strong collaborative relationships with program staff and develops a strong working knowledge of all Alliance objectives and program work plans.

Oversees complete moves management process (identification, research/qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship) of institutional prospects, both independently and in partnership with other staff, board and ambassadors that fosters long-term engagement and supports program strategies.

Serves as primary contact for institutional donors and prospects as appropriate, and supports program and leadership staff serving in that capacity.

Leads the development, implementation, and maintenance of a corporate partners giving program.

Helps create a culture of development responsibility across all relevant Alliance staff.

Knowledge/Skills

Bachelor’s degree is required, advanced degree is a plus.

5-7 years of experience as a fundraiser with demonstrated success at securing six-figure multiyear commitments.

The highest caliber communication skills are essential – this position must be able to comprehend a diverse set of program information and convert it to compelling language that will drive revenue.

Team player who can also be entrepreneurial and independent.

Exceptional ability to manage positive interpersonal relationships and keep staff focused on delivering information that is relevant and fundable.

Total commitment to use of database and project management to maximize development performance for the organization.

Software experience: Microsoft Office Suite; Raiser’s Edge, Salesforce or similar donor database system.

Job Parameters

This position is full-time and consistent with Alliance employment policy. Salary to be commensurate with experience.

Excellent benefits, including health, vacation and retirement plan, are included.

Occasional travel within the Great Lakes region where donors are located is likely.

Location is flexible including Alliance headquarters in Chicago, Illinois; Cleveland, Ohio; or Detroit, Michigan.

About the Alliance for the Great Lakes

The Alliance for the Great Lakes is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The search process will reinforce the Alliance’s belief that achieving diversity requires an enduring commitment to inclusion that must find full expression in our organizational culture, values, norms, and behaviors.

The Alliance’s vision is a healthy Great Lakes for people and wildlife, forever. Its mission is to conserve and restore the world’s largest freshwater resource using policy, education and local efforts, ensuring a healthy Great Lakes and clean water for generations of people and wildlife. For more information about the Alliance’s programs and work, please visit us online at www.greatlakes.org.

Volunteer & Education Director

Summary

The Volunteer & Education Director (Director) enables and supports people and communities to take personal action to protect and restore the Great Lakes. The Director believes in the power of individuals as change agents and the necessity of collaborating with communities around Great Lakes and water issues. S/he creates programs and participation that spark action and enduring commitments.

The Director is responsible for the organization’s Culture of Clean Water program, through which the Alliance engages thousands of people annually to learn about, use and give back to the Great Lakes. S/he guides and grows the program participant base as a reflection of the communities the Alliance serves. S/he seeks out new community partners and works to establish collaborative agendas that protect the Great Lakes and advance community priorities at the same time. S/he identifies and elevates volunteer leaders that are committed to advancing the Alliance’s goals, and seeks ways the Alliance can support them in their own communities. The Director makes volunteering a fun and social way to make the Great Lakes a better place to live for all people and wildlife.

The Director motivates an Alliance staff team to listen to communities and seek out ways that water and the Great Lakes can create community benefits that are shared equitably. S/he manages and evolves existing programs, and develops fresh approaches that build collaboration with priority Great Lakes communities. S/he is an inspiring speaker who is intentionally social, deeply innovative, and ever curious about how people of all ages and backgrounds can be part of protecting the Great Lakes. The Director is the program lead, working in collaboration with the Development Team, to create sustainable revenue for current and future efforts.

The Volunteer & Education Director reports to the Vice President of Operations.

The Alliance for the Great Lakes sets a protection agenda for the Great Lakes, a resource of global significance and the world’s largest source of surface freshwater. The Alliance seeks to protect the Great Lakes from their greatest threats, build a resilient future for communities and instill the value of clean water throughout the region. The Alliance is a four-star Charity Navigator organization. Learn more about the Alliance at www.greatlakes.org.

Responsibilities

Strategist

Ensures that all aspects of the organization’s volunteerism and education work build connections to the Great Lakes, grow the quality and quantity of the volunteer base, and help create capacity to advance overall organizational strategy.

Regularly reviews and assesses effectiveness of volunteer and education programs and makes recommendations for strategic shifts.

Evolves our approaches to reaching young people with opportunities to take action on Great Lakes issues.

Enhances and invigorates volunteer and education programs by reflecting the values and priorities of Great Lakes communities in our work.

Motivator

Manages and inspires a staff team in multiple locations, including the recruitment of seasonal staff and identification of additional skill needs for the team.

Manages volunteer resources including: assessing where organizational need and capacity for volunteers is greatest, directly managing volunteers, and providing guidance, support, resources and tools to staff who supervise volunteers.

Communicates about the Alliance’s work within the organization and to external audiences in a way that heartens resolve, galvanizes action and cements personal commitments to the Great Lakes.

Develops vibrant relationships with individuals and institutions needed to achieve organizational goals, with an emphasis on collaborations with communities of color, youth, young professionals and recreational users of the lakes.

Grows a culture of listening and community responsiveness in our volunteer and education programs.

Manager

Oversees multiple projects that require collaboration across internal teams and the management of colleagues and volunteers in multiple locations, across the Great Lakes region, including Buffalo, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Grand Haven and Racine.

Grows and mentors high caliber staff team members through metrics, professional development and direct feedback.

Ensures the fulfillment of short and long-term work plans including completion of critical grant deliverables.

Builds and proposes annual expense budget to leadership team.

Creates and implements evaluation metrics for the Culture of Clean Water program.

Knowledge/Skills

Bachelor’s degree required, graduate degree preferred.

7+ years of experience as a volunteer manager, community organizer, formal or non-formal educator, or other relevant profession.

Demonstrated experience building relationships with communities of color, youth, young professionals and recreational users of the lakes.

Track record of new program plan creation, implementation and management.

Experienced, inspiring and positive people manager.

Highly self-aware and driven to create and cultivate positive interpersonal relationships.

Creative, collaborative innovator who can work across sectors.

Experienced with budgeting and financial oversight.

Exceptional quality communication skills are essential with an emphasis on public speaking and visual communication.

Experienced and comfortable with setting and working within an annual budget at the regional non-profit scale.

Eagerness to work at both the “nuts and bolts” and strategic levels of our education and volunteers efforts.

Driven by a strong commitment to public interest work and the values of the organization.

Bilingual Spanish speaker preferred.

Software experience: Microsoft Office Suite

Job Parameters

This position is full-time and consistent with Alliance employment policy. Salary to be commensurate with experience.

Excellent benefits, including health, vacation and retirement plan, are included.

Regular overnight travel required. The responsibilities of this position are regional.

Location is flexible including Alliance headquarters in Chicago, Illinois; Cleveland, Ohio; or Detroit, Michigan.

Community Organizer

Girls Who Code is searching for dynamic, and results-oriented Community Organizers to create and execute local community-based recruitment programs to identify girls in communities across the country to participate in our Summer Immersion Program.

The successful candidate thrives in a fast-­paced, metrics driven environment while working independently. The Community Organizer will report directly to the Community and Volunteer recruitment team.

This is a part-time, hourly position through March 2017.

LOCATIONS: Atlanta-GA, Austin-TX, Baltimore-MD, Bay area-CA, Boston-MA, Chicago-IL, Los Angeles-CA, Miami-FL, Newark-NJ, NYC, Seattle-WA, Stanford- CT and Washington DC

RESPONSIBILITIES

The Community Organizer of Community & Volunteer recruitment is responsible for developing and executing local recruitment strategy which includes building relationships with schools, community leaders, and prospective students to further the mission of Girls Who Code. The Community Organizer will work closely with the Community & Volunteer recruitment team to ensure that the recruitment strategy being implemented across our Summer Immersion Program markets is effective, efficient and meeting recruitment targets.

Student Recruitment

Serve as liaison to stakeholders (students, parents and community partners) in community organizing activities

Initiate, plan and lead Information Sessions in collaboration with local community organizations for students, parents and community organizations to spread word about Girls Who Code and mission

Plan and lead Applicant Support Workshops for students, alongside

Community Partners to ensure the successful completion of applications by targeted students

Convert interested applicants to completing the Summer Immersion Program application through phone banking and additional individualized follow up

Submit weekly report of activities including information sessions held and students reached through SalesForce

Advise on development of local recruitment strategy including identifying target community partners, key community leaders, media and schools

Provide support on managing inbound communication from students, parents, and community organizations

Community Engagement

Represent Girls Who Code at appropriate meetings, presentations and community events, as needed

Assist with marketing for Girls Who Code events, such as information sessions and applicant support workshops, including passing out flyers and posters

Work with the Community & Volunteer recruitment team to build community partnerships through in-person meetings and attendance at community events

Build knowledge of appropriate community services and resources to make appropriate referrals for Summer Immersion Program students and Club Sponsors

QUALIFICATIONS

The Community Organizer will be thoroughly committed to Girls Who Code’s strategy and mission. All candidates should have demonstrated leadership, relationship building, and community building and organizing experience.

REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE:

Dedicated to the mission and vision of Diversity and Inclusion at Girls Who Code

Must be Native and/or highly knowledgeable of the community in and around one of the 13 cities

Knowledge of and ability to network with community resources and build community relationships

Ability to work with diverse religious, racial, and ethnic communities

Data driven: the ability to track outcomes through set goals

Existing networks in diverse communities

Requires effective oral and written communication skills in working with a variety of individuals and groups

Must be able to work both independently and in a team environment

Time management: the ability to organize and manage multiple priorities

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

Previous Girls Who Code volunteers and participants strongly encouraged to apply

Fluency in a second language is strongly preferred

Girls Who Code is committed to building a truly diverse and inclusive organization with a focus on valuing, serving, and understanding our target constituents, while challenging all stakeholders to think inclusively for the betterment of our programs.

Girls Who Code is an equal opportunity employer committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its hiring and promotion process without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, partnership status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital, parental or familial status, national origin, ethnicity, alienage or citizenship status, veteran or military status, age, disability, or any other legally protected basis. Racial and ethnic minorities and men are encouraged to apply for vacant positions at all levels.

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Product Demonstrator- Goleta, CA $17.50/hr. Including paid training

Description

Demonstrators work part-time as members of the Field Sales team to engage consumers in an energetic and confident manner and provide them with knowledgeable information about Dyson. products in select retail locations (i.e. Costco, Bed Bath and Beyond and Best Buy) or events across the United States. The most important part of a Demonstrators’ job is to create a positive experience with the store and the consumers; assisting in the sale of Dyson products to achieve company specified sales goals. Demonstrations occur on Saturdays, Sundays. Additional hours are available to high performing Demonstrators when business needs exist.

Market Overview

Dyson landed in the US in 2002 and within 24 months our technology was market share leader. Our bustling HQ is based in the historic Montgomery Ward Building, overlooking the Chicago River. A few hours down the road in Aurora, our dedicated US Customer Care team now numbers 250 people. And in total, there are over 600 Dyson people working across the US in multiple functions.

 

But Dyson US is still growing. It’s poised to double its footprint and take on new categories. Already a target for our competitors, challenging times are ahead. And our battle-hungry US team are truly fired up.

Function Overview

Our Retail Sales teams epitomize the entrepreneurial spirit that has defined Dyson since day one: ambitious, commercially savvy, and strategically agile. We work with some of the world’s biggest retailers, implementing the most profitable long term business plans and driving innovative ways to put our technology into more hands. It requires managing multiple networks of Dyson people. And overseeing many different retail areas – from instore fixtures to online activation. It takes ownership, courage and tough negotiations. Being constantly driven to see clearer solutions and drive better sales.

Accountabilities

Increase overall awareness and sales of Dyson products through in store and event demonstrations

• Conduct planned demonstrations in assigned retail stores to achieve specified sales goals
• Capture consumers’ attention to participate in high energy, captivating in-store demonstrations and model all aspects of Dyson’s brand, culture, and passion for technology
• Be a credible product and brand expert by educating consumers on the benefits and features of Dyson products and actively listening to consumers to confidently recommend appropriate Dyson products and comfortably over objections
• Maintain responsibility for all demonstration and other POP material
• Assist with training of new Demonstrators as needed

Communicate clearly, accurately, and in a timely manner with accounts, peers, and District Demonstration Manager
• Actively monitor Dyson’s online reporting system to contribute quality feedback and report/confirm attendance
• Capture accurate demonstration data and communicate opportunities to District Demonstration Manager per established guidelines
• Build and maintain strong relationships with store personnel

Skills

Experience and Education

• HS Diploma or GED required
• Bachelor Degree a plus
• 1 year experience in a public interfacing role required
• Experience in a retail sales environment required

Skills, Competencies and Requirements
• Ability to work a minimum of 3 out of 4 weekends per month, including up to an hour a week for administrative work
• Must have a professional demeanor
• Ability to understand the Dyson brand and uphold its integrity at all times
• Strong communication and presentation skills essential
• Charismatic and outgoing personality
• Good understanding of retail business operations; local market knowledge is a plus
• Must have intermediate computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office
• Must be self-motivated and be able to work well independently
• Must be available to attend and actively participate in team meetings conference calls
• Must have a valid drivers license with good driving record; reliable transportation, and ability to travel within designated region
• Ability to lift, push, and pull up to 30 lbs., potentially overhead
• Access to a private computer and a cell phone with ability to send/receive text messages
• Ability to stand on your feet for up to eight hours at a time
• Must have Windows Operating System of XP SP3 or above or Mac Operating System 10.5x or above.
• Must have Internet Explorer 7.x or above, Firefox 3.x or above, or Safari (Mac)

Benefits Overview

Dyson US monitors the market to make sure we offer competitive salaries and retirement plans. But financial rewards are just the start of a successful career at Dyson. Professional growth and new opportunities are driven by regular reviews and dynamic workshops. And with a vibrant culture, the latest devices and a dress code reflecting our creative engineering spirit, it’s an exciting team environment geared to fueling and realizing ambition.

 

Dyson is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you are interested in applying for employment with Dyson and need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process, please send an e-mail with your contact information, the job number of the position for which you are interested in applying, and the nature of your request to careers.us@dyson.com or call (312) 706-226. Determinations of requests for reasonable accommodation are made on a case-by-case basis. Dyson is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities