rock paper scissors is seeking a highly motivated, part-time sales associate to join a close knit retail environment. must be organized, flexible, people-friendly, quick on your toes, able to multi-task and willing to work saturdays! retail experience and/or an affinity for paper and design a plus!
- day-to-day retail activities such as checking out customers and performing start and close of business (it is retail, after all)
- merchandising the front window and shelves (get creative)
- store maintenance, including walking the floor and tidying, restocking, etc. (we like things to look pretty)
- unpacking, pricing and merchandising new product shipments (feels like your birthday opening so many packages!)
- processing custom orders, including meeting with customers, creating detailed schedules and estimates and managing clients timelines and budgets, and advising them on best practices (read up on Emily Post!)
- hands on production on projects: invitation assembly, tying bows on wedding programs, creating drink stirrers, cutting out signs, etc. (bring on your martha stewart skills)
- occasional gift wrapping (more martha)
- data entry (let your inner nerd shine)
- light cleaning (if we had magical powers, we'd eliminate this, but alas, we can't!)
the right person will be a self-starter; able to think outside the box to help put organizational systems in place to help the RPS team grow! so if you're calm under fire, able to run a tight ship, love to be around pretty things and like to get creative, you might just be who we're looking for!
We are over the moon -- so excited we have won best of WEDDINGINVITES/CALLIGRAPHY and STATIONERY STORE for 2016! Incase you missed it here is the c-ville write up for the wedding invites/calligraphy:
"Save-the-dates and invitations are the first inkling (pun intended) you give your guests about the look and feel of your wedding. Is it formal? Is it bohemian? Is it on-trend? Rock Paper Scissors helps set the right tone every time. Co-owner Dani Antol will help you navigate the process of custom printing - Letterpress! Engraving! Thermography! - until you're an expert (and you're having a good time)."
(pic taken by c-ville weekly)
And here is the write up for the stationery store win:
"It's clear readers love browsing Rock Paper Scissors' wall of greeting cards. We asked local etiquette expert Patty Hughson of Etiquette Empowerment to give us even more excuses to peruse.
After you receive a gift
If the person takes the time, money and interest, don't you want them to know how much you appreciated it with a written note of thank you?
When someone has passed away
Your written words on a card provide more comfort in the survivor's time of sorrow.
When someone you know is ill
Every time the person looks at your note on their bedside table, they'll know how much you care and it will bring them a smile.
When congratulations are in order
Take the extra five minutes to show them you understand how hard they worked for that accomplishment.
After a job interview
This may be your future boss and this is the time to make a great first impression. Stand out from the crowd by showing that you appreciated their time and would be an asset to the company."