Engagement Specialist

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Job Overview:
This role acts as the brand representative for suppliers within Sam's Club. Retail Event Specialists are responsible for introducing Sam's Club members to new and exciting products within the Club, or reminding members of their favorite products through food and non-food events. Event Specialists will be responsible for all aspects of the events including preparing, setting-up, cooking, cutting food items while maintaining a clean environment. Small appliances may be used in the preparation of events. This role also interacts with members daily in order to communicate key points about the products being demonstrated.
Work Schedule:
Multiple Days a week including weekends between 9AM-7PM
4 or 6 hour shifts
Each employee will receive a paid 10 minute break
Breaks - 6 hour shift, will receive a 10 minute paid break and a 30 minute unpaid meal break
This is a regular part-time role and is to be no more than 24 hours/week
Dress Code:
Black, non-slip closed toed shoes
White polo, or button up shirt with at least 3" sleeves
Dark pants, or dark denim jeans with no rips
Dark skirts or dark denim skirts allowed, but must be ankle length with no rips
Visible tattoos are permitted, but offensive tattoos must be covered.
Special Considerations for Retail Event Specialists:
Employees are expected to stand 3+ hours throughout each shift without a reasonable accommodation
The ability to lift at least 25lbs
The ability to push and pull a wheeled demonstration cart weighing up to 300lbs
The ability to use small appliances like a microwave, toaster oven, or hot plate
Employees will be interacting with members on a regular basis and must be able to speak and present themselves in professional manner
Employees must have access to reliable transportation
Candidates should be comfortable using a smartphone
Interview Process:
Onsite at Hiring Manager's Club
HC's have 24hrs from the time of the scheduled interview to complete the iForm
Background check is required of all candidates

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