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Garden Team Member
Kiwis love to garden and we love to assist them with their gardening needs.
Did you know that Mitre 10 is New Zealand’s leading gardening retailer and we will have an opportunity within our Manukau where you can help guide our garden centre customers with their “green” supplies!
We are looking for an experienced retail professional with green fingers and a customer-focused attitude to take on a leadership role within our new garden centre. We are seeking someone who will manage and guide the garden team, while striving to meet all goals and targets, and grow the department.
To succeed in this role, you will have:
• 100% customer focus, consistently capturing all our customers’ needs
• The ability to manage, inspire and influence team members positively with drive and enthusiasm
• Excellent communication, organization and leadership skills
• A knowledge of garden hardware, green goods and associated products is preferred
• Experience in the retail industry, including stock management
Your gardening passion may come from time in your own back-yard or you may have undertaken horticultural training – either way you will enjoy helping our customers select the right plants, along with all the dry goods and hardware, whether it’s fertilizers and pest control or gardening gloves and a wheel barrow.
Ideally you will be experienced with the sale of both green and dry garden goods, although applicants with a proven retail background and who are eager to learn will be considered.
The role will report to the store’s Garden Manager. The days of work will for the full time role are Sunday to Thursday If interested in moving your career ahead, please forward your cover letter and CV via this website.
Permanent Full Time, Permanent Part Time
Job no: x66gardfeb21
Location: Mitre 10 MEGA Manukau
Closing Date: Saturday, 23 March 2019