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    Clean Beauty Lead: San Francisco, Boston, Brooklyn, New York City

    Position Summary: Our Credo stores offer clients the largest selection of safe, non-toxic beauty products.  Credo’s mission is to change the way people think about the products they put on their bodies. Credo’s in-store Experts are informed, passionate advocates for clean beauty and provide exceptional in store customer service. 

    The individual in the Lead role is responsible, when they oversee the store, for operating the store effectively and, professionally and ensuring all customers are receiving a world class client service experience.  They help ensure operational excellence and maintain store standards.  The Lead is responsible for educating & selling over 110 brands to our clients.  Through one-on-one personal attention; clean swap consultations, mini facials, wax services, & color consultations, we work closely with all clients to ensure satisfaction.

    We work cohesively in a beautiful retail environment supporting creativity & inspiration.  Our professional setting offers our clientele an extraordinary shopping experience & our staff a welcoming place to work.

    Job Responsibilities
    • As a Key Holder position, you are responsible to lead the opening and closing duties and ensure store standards are maintained. Flexible availability to work days/nights/hours, weekends and holidays is necessary.
    • Take the lead on any customer issues that come up, while you oversee the store, in a professional manner and work through the resolution.
    • Review business reports and store goals. Share performance with the team and provide updates on current performance to ensure achievement of the Daily sales goal.
    • Address any staff concerns that you see, or are brought to your attention, while you oversee the store. Provide peer to peer coaching when appropriate. And in a timely fashion bring the concern to the Store Manager’s attention as well.
    • Assist in completing store administrative work and ensure compliance with all policies and procedures
    • Ensure the condition of the store and the visual merchandizing standards are outstanding by supporting daily cleaning, maintaining stock as well as visual presentations.
    • When in charge of the store ensure adherence to payroll expectations. In the event of an unexpected slow business day work with the team to reduce hours as appropriate to try and not exceed the payroll goal for the day.
    • Operate Credo Live to support our online clientele and drive sales
    • Additional store duties as needed
    Requirements
    • Experience as selling professional
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Demonstrates a passion for guest service and a competency for selling.
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Organization and planning skills.
    • Must have flexible availability to work days/nights/hours, weekends and holidays. 
    • Lift and carry 50 pounds; bend and stretch to stock shelves
    • Work in a retail store with a “scent-filled” environment
    • Handle and apply cosmetic products to clients
    • Some travel time may be required
    • Move around in the back rooms/offices
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
    • Ability to build and maintain strong customer relationships.
    • Being able to stand for long periods of time
    • This is a retail position, so your physical presence is required

    How To Apply: Email us at work@credobeauty.com with the subject line “Clean Beauty Lead in (enter city name)” .  Don’t foget to tell us a little about yourself. 

    Store Manager: San Francisco, New York City

    Position Summary: Our Credo stores offer clients the largest selection of safe, non-toxic beauty products.  Credo’s mission is to change the way people think about the products they put on their bodies. Credo’s in-store Experts are informed, passionate advocates for clean beauty and provide exceptional in store customer service.

    We are looking for a passion, results driven store manager to help share our vision.  We are looking for someone to help build an amazing team, drive the customer experience, and meet sales/profitability goals.  Retail management experience is preferred. 

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for hiring, recruitment, and training of all staff
    • Maintaining store Payroll Budget and reacting to trends in the business to stay in line with budget
    • Managing Store Inventory levels and recording discrepancies
    • Develop business strategies to raise our customer database, increase store traffic and optimize profitability
    • Meet sales goals by training, motivating, mentoring, and providing feedback to sales staff
    • Ensure high levels of customer satisfaction through excellent service
    • Complete store administrative work and ensure compliance with all policies and procedures
    • Maintain outstanding store condition and visual merchandizing standards
    • Communicate directly with store vendors, home office partners and sales representatives
    • Propose innovative ideas to increase sales and drive events
    • Conduct annual performance reviews to assess training needs and discuss progress with staff members
    • Handle all issues that arise from the staff or customers (complaints, grievances, etc.)
    • Be the example to the staff of excellent service and high performance
    • Operate Credo Live to support our online clientele
    • Additional Store Manager duties as needed

    Requirements

    • Proven successful experience as a retail manager
    • Powerful leading skills and business orientation
    • Customer management skills
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Organization and planning skills.
    • Previous experience with POS systems & payment systems. Able to think on your feet and react quickly to store needs.
    • Efficiency in excel, Microsoft 360, Word, and using company hardware (iPads, laptop)
    • Being able to stand for long periods of time
    • This is a retail position, so your physical presence is required
    • Some travel time may be required
    • Move around in the back rooms/offices
    • Lift and carry 50 pounds; bend and stretch to stock shelves
    • Work in a retail store with a “scent-filled” environment
    • Handle and apply cosmetic products to clients
    • Able to work flexible days/nights/hours including weekends and holidays when needed

    How to Apply: Email us at work@credobeauty.com with the subject line “Store Manager (enter city name)”.  Don’t forget to tell us a little bit about yourself. 

    Store Team Members: Credo is always looking for excellent candidates for our Retail locations.  Our Management team and Beauty Specialists are an integral part of our in-store experience. We love to hear from passionate makeup artists, estheticians and clean beauty enthusiasts who want to work in one of our amazing locations.  If interested in finding out if a specific store is hiring please email kristin@credobeauty.com
    *Applicants welcome for all store locations: San Diego, Plano, Boston, Brooklyn, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City and San Francisco.

    Position Summary: Store Team members would be responsible for educating, teaching and showing our customers about the products we carry. With over 100 different brands we have so much to offer our guests. Through one-on-one personal attention, “clean swap” consultations, mini facial services, organic brow and lip waxing, makeup education, as well as makeup appointments we work closely with all customers to ensure their satisfaction. Our Chicago, LA, and San Francisco stores have a Tata Harper Spa room to be able to provide beautiful, custom Tata Harper facial and body treatments. 

    Team members will be set up for success through our Clean Beauty training that provides detailed information on all brands and their platform in the industry. We continuously increase our education through store events with the founders themselves, new product launches as well as additional training classes.
    We would work cohesively in a retail setting with a beautiful backdrop that offers creativity and inspiration. A beautiful storefront and store design will allow our customer an amazing shopping experience and store members a beautiful place to work.

    • Looking for Management, Full Time, Part Time and Freelancers to join our team.
    • Please direct all questions to Kristin Scaturro at Kristin@credobeauty.com and we look forward to speaking with any interested candidates. 

    Sr. Accountant (SF- HQ based)

    Position Summary

    The Sr. Accountant is responsible for key functions within the Accounting & Finance Department, including accounts payable, payroll, sales tax filing, managing vendor reimbursements, bank reconciliations, support on monthly close, and other ad hoc projects. This is a full-time position located at Credo’s office in the Presidio in San Francisco. The position reports to the CFO.
    Email James@credobeauty.com to apply.

    Primary Relationships

    Within Credo, the Sr. Accountant has primary working relationships with operations, merchandising, e-commerce, and retail stores. Outside of Credo, the position works closely with Credo’s brand partners and other vendors, the payroll service, banking team.

    Job Responsibilities

    • Ensure that Credo’s accounting processes are organized, timely, documented, and focused on serving our mission and customers. All accounting processes must follow industry guidelines, GAAP standards, and meet audit requirements.
    • Ownership of the accounts payable cycle, including entering and paying vendor bills, managing communications, issuing vendor credits, etc.
    • Enter and manage bi-weekly payroll, including reporting, hiring, terminations, etc.
    • Complete monthly sales tax filings and make accompanying entries into the accounting system.
    • Contribute to general ledger maintenance and monthly close, including cash account reconciliations and entries related to the above.
    • Provide excellent support to and communicate effectively with all key stakeholders (co-workers, service providers, vendors, etc.).

    Requirements

    • 2-4 years of experience in accounting in the retail industry
    • Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing with outside vendors and co-workers
    • Extremely organized and able to manage a multitude of planned and ad hoc tasks simultaneously
    • Ability to work independently, a desire to learn, and a great attitude
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Excel, and Word
    • Experience using Netsuite and with a retail fiscal calendar preferred.

    Lipstick Angels Volunteers: Estheticians & Makeup Artists

    Los Angeles, New York City and San Francisco

    Becoming a Lipstick Angel is a rewarding experience, which will enable you to contribute your skills and expertise to making a difference in people’s lives. The Lipstick Angels volunteers are the backbone of the organization, and without their support and commitment, we would not be able to provide services to seriously ill patients and other individuals. Due to the nature of our volunteer work with a diverse population of hospital patients, seniors and other individuals, ​the following is required:
    Requirements:
  • Must be 21 years of age or older. ​
  • Have at least 1 year professional experience as a professional makeup artist and/or esthetician license. ​
  • Commit to volunteering for at least 1 year, twice per month.
  • Hospital volunteers are required to complete Lipstick Angels’ training, in addition to completing a separate hospital application process and attend a mandatory five-hour general orientation. ​
  • Hospital volunteers must complete necessary health requirements. Including a tuberculosis screening and flu shot on an annual basis to maintain an active status ​
  • Demonstrate the ability to work effectively with, and take direction from, a multi-disciplinary team. ​
  • Demonstrate a warm and empathetic personality. ​
  • Possess strong communication skills. ​
  • Be willing and able to relate to a diverse patient population without bias as to race, color, religion, sexual orientation and/or social status. ​
  • Must be able to listen sympathetically and refrain from giving medical advice or making comments about the delivery of medical care.​
  • To learn more and apply click here.

    Equal Employment Opportunities
    We offer equal employment opportunity to qualified individuals without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We strongly believe that cultivating a diverse workplace gives a company strength. The combination of unique skills, abilities, experiences and backgrounds creates an environment that produces extraordinary results.