Retail Intern

RESPONSIBILITIES
 
1. To see that the Store, Sugar Barrel, Craft Room, & Gold Cup are kept neat and clean at all times.
2. To see that the merchandise is properly displayed and available at all times.
3. To see that clerks have a courteous and helpful attitude towards the customers and are desirous of being of assistance in any way possible.
4.  To see that Retail clerks are aware of Retail policies, prices, and methods of recording Retail sales and hours.
5. Keep accurate daily account of sales and prepare daily deposits.
6. See that the Retail areas and their storerooms are kept locked at all times when not in use.
7. To become familiar with all merchandise with respect to inventory, pricing and stocking of the Store, Sugar Barrel, Craft Room, & Gold Cup.
8. If needed help out in the Sugar Barrel & Gold Cup the nights that they are open.
9. Perform all other duties relative to the Woodleaf Retail services as required by the Retail Manager.
10. To see that the vending machines are stocked and the recording of the sales.
 
RELATIONSHIPS
 
1. Report directly to the Retail Manager on any matters concerning organization and policy.
 
EXPECTATIONS

This position requires a lot of responsibility during our summer season. The hours required for this position will be long and busy. The summer season will definitely look different from the off-season. The time required of this position in the off-season is considerably less with the emphasis on the weekend groups.
1. As the Summer Retail Assistant you will be expected to abide by all the rules and expectations of property staff.
2. Always be on time and prepared for your job.
3. Present yourself in a pleasant and professional manner.
4. Exemplify the love of Christ and a servant attitude in how you treat campers, leaders, guests, staff, and others.
5. Attend all scheduled and required meetings of the Property staff team.
6. Be a team player.
7. Follow the direction of the Retail Manager.
8. Be willing to participate in and contribute to the needs of the camp and program beyond your regular duties if requested.
 

Vision:  As you greet your Summer Staff each month, let them know that you are glad they are here and ready to serve. Some points you will want to cover with the summer staff:
 
1. Service – is the #1 priority, that’s why we are here. The guests should never wait on us – we are here to wait on them. This means being prepared to open our stores on time and make personal matters a second to the needs of the guests and job responsibilities.
2. Excellence – encourage Summer Staff to look for ways to make their areas excellent. We want to model Christ to the guests by providing them excellence in every detail. Encourage them to give you feedback on needs and ways to better run their areas. Excellence in service is what we are all about.
3. Offering – the time we are here is an offering of ourselves and abilities to Christ. God is our ultimate boss, work under His standards – servant attitude, excellence, and completion. Our stores are our sanctuary, the place we offer ourselves in service.
4. Prayer – being here is a great opportunity to strengthen our own walk with God. Pray continually for an attitude that shows Christ, for the hearts of the guests, assignment team, and all others who visit us.
5. Teamwork – help create a sense that we are all part of the retail team. Each person will have a specific role, but we are all here to support one another. For example, there may be times that help is needed in the Sugar Barrel at night.
 
Your role: You will need to explain to summer staff their role, how to run their locations, and your role as an overseer of all the areas. The summer staff needs to see you as someone providing them with everything they need to serve with Christ-centered excellence in their areas.
 
Schedule:  Each week, you will need to pick up from the Mayor’s Office the schedule that has been developed by the Program team. It will be important to look this over for any changes that might have occurred and discuss them with your staff. Make note of any schedule conflicts that might need to be discussed with the Retail Manager. The following is a helpful guideline for setting the schedules for the Summer Staff.
 


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