History of Century 21 Department Stores

Century 21 Department Stores, founded in 1961, is famous for its exceptional offering of the best designers at the best prices every day. A quality fashion leader for 50 years, Century 21 Department Stores is recognized for its trendsetting styles and first quality assortment of merchandise. The company is known as New York City’s most admired discount department store.  Century 21 Department stores is headquartered in New York City and manages 6 stores, including Lower Manhattan, Brooklyn, Westbury, Rego Park, NY as well as Morristown and Paramus, New Jersey.

Job Description and Average Wage

Sales/Cashier: Responsibilities comprise welcoming customers at point of sale, handling cash and credit card transactions, exchanges, promoting company credit cards and gift cards. The position is accountable for the improvement of their self, and their peers’ sales and service skills, in order to sustain a culture of fast, fun, and friendly guest service, while protecting the Century 21 Department Stores’ Brand. This constantly creates additional merchandise suggestions in order to exploit each sales opportunity and make sure that the guest leaves with everything he or she needs.

The hourly salary is $7-$8.

Register Complex Supervisor: He/she will actively participate in the overall supervision and consistent implementation of the established best practices, in the complex and on the sales floor, while delivering effectual coaching that constantly develops team members into future managers. This person will colleague with the latest employee development manager or the buddy program supervisor in order to make sure that group members are correctly trained to deliver a fast, accurate, service oriented check out process. The assigned person will support the maximization of each sale by means of coaching team members on how to suggest complimentary items and ensure that each guest leaves the store with everything they need.

The average wage is $33,000 to $37,000 annually.

Department Manager: A Department Manager offers Sales Specialists and Team Members with the essential leadership, supervision and direction in order to make sure that each specified area of accountability is promoting and protecting the Century 21 Brand by sustaining an in-stock, effectively merchandised and correctly signed shopping atmosphere resulting in profitable sales. This position will partner with human resources, through properly executing the group interview process, in order to build a quick, friendly and fashionable team that possesses the skills and commitment essential in order to keep up a culture that consistently delivers unforgettable guest experiences.

Your average wage will be around $48,000 to $52,000 a year.

Stock Clerk: Daily tasks comprise processing latest merchandise and delivering it to the floor.  A Stock Clerk will sustain a neat, orderly stockroom. Other duties comprise processing merchandise for movement to the selling floor, returns to vendor, markdowns, as well as transfers to other locations.

The average wage is from $8-$12.

Sales Specialist: This will develop the business in an allocated merchandise area. A Sales Specialist will sustain active contact and continuously cultivates a preferred guest list and considerably impacts the volume of business in their department.

Your average salary will be from $8-$13 per hour.

Human Resource Manager: He/She is the partner of the General Store Manger and fully engaged with the other Assistant Store Managers, and all remaining store managers, while sharing the same objectives, accountabilities, and ensuring the protection of an open door policy culture. He/She has to provide Century 21 Department Stores with quality Team Members and Managers who excel in their roles, by executing established Best Practices in; Recruitment, Hiring, Training, and Retention; provide on the floor coaching, counselling, and leadership, to all Managers, and Team Members, in order to increase the retention rate of our valued employees; protect Century 21 Department Stores by ensuring full compliance with all federal, state, and local laws regarding the legal processing and documentation required for all employees; ensure that the off stage environment is also fast, friendly and fashionable.

Assistant Buyer/Allocator: The Assistant Buyer/Allocator is responsible for inventory placement from the DC to the stores. The position reports and partners with the Buyer on direction, assortment and priorities. As buyer, you have to plan and project inventory requirements; perform the weekly inventory needs in all stores; evaluate sales and inventory data and applies finding to current trends; make recommendations toward flow as to achieve weeks of supply, stock and turn objectives; assist in the selection of product; visit stores several times a season.

Loss Prevention Manager: A leader that develops and executes a strategic plan to reduce inventory shrinkage in the store. Directly supervises and trains a large staff of Loss Prevention Associates. Coordinates all apprehensions of shoplifters and uses APIS case management
software to document and analyze all incidents. He/She utilizes XBR fraud software and digital CCTV equipment to generate internal cases and conducts internal investigations and interrogations of dishonest employees. Develops relationships with government agencies to prosecute cases (i.e. NYPD, Secret Service, DA’s Office, etc.). He/She is responsible to enforce company policy and develop shortage awareness programs. He/She controls all of Loss Prevention payroll and non-payroll expenses. Audits company procedures and standards to ensure compliance.

Benefits

  • Life
  • Health
  • Dental 401k
  • Yearly bonus
  • Short- and long-term disability benefits
  • Paid holidays and sick days

 

How to apply

 

The company continues to recruit talented professionals that are devoted to high standards of excellence. Applicants, who are interested to apply, you may visit the given link below.

 

http://www.c21stores.com/Careers