ADMIN CONTROLLER VICTORIAN MALL

Jumbo the Clothing Co., has an exciting opportunity for an admin controller in our store in the Victorian Mall, in Heidelberg (GJEH). We have one (1) vacancy to fill.

The Admin controller will be responsible to perform clerical information processing tasks and activities associated with the update and maintenance of Store Operations records and registers. The Admin controller will also need to attend to general office applications with respect to the provision of routine procedural information.

Key Accountabilities

Cash

  •   Ensure that the banking is dealt with on a daily basis in conjunction with the Store Manager.
  •   Banking must be done first thing in the morning. It must balance. All the cash ups to balance with the banking.
  •   When the guards call to pick up the money, it must all be ready and make sure the Admin Controller, Manager and Guard sign for it.
  •   The drop safe must be locked at all times and the key must be kept by the Admin Controller. Cash float must be checked and all spare keys for the floats must be kept at a safe place sealed in packets in the safe. Cash floats must balance at all times and the Admin Controller must take full responsibility for the safe.
  •   When cash ups are done, the Admin Controller must make sure that the cashiers balance. If a cashier does not balance, the Admin Controller must sort out the problem and ask for assistance if necessary.

Administration

  •   Control the standard of Administration and Procedures in the Store and enforce the relevant disciplines to maintain these standards.
  •   File the filing in the morning and make sure that all the filing procedures are done. All filing duties are:-Cash Control File, Petty Cash File, Stock Control File 1, Stock Control File 2, Personnel File & Internal Request file. Make sure all slips are signed with the necessary signature/s including over-rides, voids, and refunds, till open and so on.
  •   Ensure that reports are up to date. To be addressed on a daily basis. Start of Day Reports.
  •   Authorizing all transactions – 5A level.
  •   Lay-byes are the responsibility of the Admin Controller and the Cashiers.   These must be checked and spot checks must be done.
  •  Admin Controller to make sure all RTS is done on a regular basis.
  •   Spot checks on Cashiers to be conducted.
  •   Controlling of the change on a daily basis.
  •   General filing of memo’s and correspondence.
  •   Data capturing of stock received and sent from branch.

Staff Management

  • Managing the Cash Desk area.

Housekeeping

  •   Maintain cleanliness in office.
  •   Maintain cleanliness at the Cash Desk area.

Shop Floor Function

  • Customer Service

General

  •   In the absence of the Assistant Manager, to fill the role.
  •   Performing any reasonable duties delegated by Management

Merchandising

  • Ensuring high housekeeping standards

Minimum requirements for the job:

(You must be able to answer “YES” to all requirements listed below)

  •  Matric Certificate.
  • NQF 5 Certificate in Retail/Business Administration.
  • Valid Driver’s Licence – Code 8 unendorsed
  • Computer Literate: Word and Excel.
  • 2 – 5 years in relevant sales / cashier environment.

Undertakings:

  • Criminal / Credit Check
  • Qualification verification
  • Computer and Psychometric assessments
  • First Aider Training

If you believe that you qualify and are looking for a challenging career requiring unquestionable commitment and passion, and wish to apply, kindly telefax your application together with your motivational letter in support of your application to 086-604 4702. The closing date for applications will be 29 October 2018.

It should be remembered that any placement made, will be at Management’s discretion. If you have not been contacted one (1) week after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. ONLY SUITABILY QUALIFIED PERSONS NEED TO APPLY.

Please apply via the application form below:

ADMIN CONTROLLER KLERKSDORP

Jumbo the Clothing Co., has an exciting opportunity for an Admin controller in our store in Klerksdorp (NWKD).We have one (1) vacancy to fill.

The Admin controller will be responsible to perform clerical information processing tasks and activities associated with the update and maintenance of Store Operations records and registers. The Admin controller will also need to attend to general office applications with respect to the provision of routine procedural information.

Key Accountabilities

Cash

  •   Ensure that the banking is dealt with on a daily basis in conjunction with the Store Manager.
  •   Banking must be done first thing in the morning. It must balance. All the cash ups to balance with the banking.
  •   When the guards call to pick up the money, it must all be ready and make sure the Admin Controller, Manager and Guard sign for it.
  •   The drop safe must be locked at all times and the key must be kept by the Admin Controller. Cash float must be checked and all spare keys for the floats must be kept at a safe place sealed in packets in the safe. Cash floats must balance at all times and the Admin Controller must take full responsibility for the safe.
  •  When cash ups are done, the Admin Controller must make sure that the cashiers balance. If a cashier does not balance, the Admin Controller must sort out the problem and ask for assistance if necessary.

Administration

  •   Control the standard of Administration and Procedures in the Store and enforce the relevant disciplines to maintain these standards.
  •   File the filing in the morning and make sure that all the filing procedures are done. All filing duties are:-Cash Control File, Petty Cash File, Stock Control File 1, Stock Control File 2, Personnel File & Internal Request file. Make sure all slips are signed with the necessary signature/s including over-rides, voids, and refunds, till open and so on.
  •   Ensure that reports are up to date. To be addressed on a daily basis. Start of Day Reports.
  •   Authorizing all transactions – 5A level.
  •   Lay-byes are the responsibility of the Admin Controller and the Cashiers.   These must be checked and spot checks must be done.
  •   Admin Controller to make sure all RTS is done on a regular basis.
  •   Spot checks on Cashiers to be conducted.
  •   Controlling of the change on a daily basis.
  •   General filing of memo’s and correspondence.
  •   Data capturing of stock received and sent from branch.

Staff Management

  • Managing the Cash Desk area.

Housekeeping

  •   Maintain cleanliness in office.
  •   Maintain cleanliness at the Cash Desk area.

Shop Floor Function

  • Customer Service

General

  •   In the absence of the Assistant Manager, to fill the role.
  • Performing any reasonable duties delegated by Management

Merchandising

  • Ensuring high housekeeping standards

Minimum requirements for the job:

(You must be able to answer “YES” to all requirements listed below)

  •  Matric Certificate.
  • NQF 5 Certificate in Retail/Business Administration.
  • Valid Driver’s Licence – Code 8 unendorsed
  • Computer Literate: Word and Excel.
  • 2 – 5 years in relevant sales / cashier environment.

Undertakings:

  • Criminal / Credit Check
  • Qualification verification
  • Computer and Psychometric assessments
  • First Aider Training

If you believe that you qualify and are looking for a challenging career requiring unquestionable commitment and passion, and wish to apply, kindly telefax your application together with your motivational letter in support of your application to 086-604 4702. The closing date for applications will be 29 October 2018.

It should be remembered that any placement made, will be at Management’s discretion. If you have not been contacted one (1) week after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. ONLY SUITABILY QUALIFIED PERSONS NEED TO APPLY.

 

Please apply via the application form below:

VISUAL MERCHANDISER-WESTERN CAPE

Jumbo the Clothing Co., has an exciting opportunity for a Visual Merchandiser for the Western Cape Area (WC Area).

Purpose of the role:

  • To provide training and managing the process in stores and visual assistants in exceptional customer service and experience through implementing top class visual displays and merchandising that is impactful leading to maximising sales and in line with guidelines from the Visual Co-ordinator.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

VISUAL DISCIPLINES:

WINDOW BOX

Hygiene

  • To make sure the window is clean and has no fingerprints and the floor inside the window has no dust.
  • The mannequins have no marks on them and the 3-Tier tables have no dust or scuff marks.
  • Hygiene should be done daily.

Mannequins

  • Make certain that the diagram of the Memo is done accurately. The mannequins are built/put together correctly.
  • Steaming – Garments are steamed

Décor

  • The 3-Tier tables are placed accurately, to elevate the mannequins and to create dimension.

Spotlights

  • Focused in the correct manner on the merchandise or focal point.

Guidelines

  • The correct garments are on the mannequins as per Memo and if substitution is required, the correct colour is chosen to better suit the theme.

Colour

  • The colour story is adhered to as per communication from Visual department.

Price Points

  • Perspex price point stands are placed to the left of the mannequins when facing the window as a customer.

IN-STORE DISCIPLINES:

ATMOSPHERE

Music

  • The music volume is not loud enough to drown customer interaction and not too low to a point where there is no sound.
  • The correct music is playing and suits the store.

LAYOUT AND EQUIPMENT

Rail Alignment

  • The rails are aligned and straight with a string to create order and for customers to be able to shop easily.
  • Finger spacing is done on the arms and the correct hangers are used on the correct clothes.
  • Garments are steamed and jackets are zipped up.
  • Clothes are placed in the correct order (ie. top, bottom, top) and vice-versa.
  • Colour story is done from the front and the back of the rail.
  • Bins are neat and tidy. Items are stacked correctly.
  • Bins must have price points showing customers the value of the merchandise.

Signage

  • Price points are correctly placed on top of each rail.
  • Brand eye levels are placed with the correct garments on the rail.
  • Signage is placed in a zigzag format. Meaning you place the first eye level on one corner, thereafter skip a rail and then place the next one on the opposite corner.

DEPARTMENTS AND CATEGORIES

  • Colour is done.
  • Levels are done with the 2.2 count and 2.1 on the second bin.
  • Shelves are placed in the second bin of a new category.
  • Categories are done in groups of 3,5 and 7.
  • Accessory wall is implemented with the following items: belts, scarfs, bags and hats.
  • Each category must have a maximum of 1 accessory implemented.
  • Finger spacing is done and garments are steamed.
  • Each arm is full of clothes.
  • There are no gaps in-between your arms and you avoid seeing the white painted wall.

BACK AREA DISCIPLINES:

  • Hangers – each different kind of hanger is boxed separately and one is pasted on the box to show which hanger is in the box.
  • Your Visual Designated Area Equipment is done and correctly labelled. This creates for a neat and tidy stock room. It helps with making sure you have a count for all the equipment you have and may need to order for your store.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 3 years Visual Merchandising experience within a Clothing Retail environment.
  • Matric
  • A proven ability to display and merchandise the product so that it enhances the visual appeal thereof to the customer.
  • Valid code 8 drivers licence – endorsed

Undertakings:

  • Criminal / Credit Check
  • Computer and Psychometric assessments
  • Qualification verification

If you believe that you qualify and are looking for a challenging career requiring unquestionable commitment and passion, and wish to apply, kindly telefax your application together with your motivational letter in support of your application to 086-604 4702. The closing date for applications will be 26 October 2018.

It should be remembered that any placement made, will be at Management’s discretion. If you have not been contacted one (1) week after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. ONLY SUITABILY QUALIFIED PERSONS NEED TO APPLY.

Please apply via the application form below:

VISUAL MERCHANDISER – PORT ELIZABETH

Jumbo the Clothing Co., has an exciting opportunity for a Visual Merchandiser for the Port Elizabeth and surrounding areas (BP Area).

Purpose of the role:

  • To provide training and managing the process in stores and visual assistants in exceptional customer service and experience through implementing top class visual displays and merchandising that is impactful leading to maximising sales and in line with guidelines from the Visual Co-ordinator.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

VISUAL DISCIPLINES:

WINDOW BOX

Hygiene

  • To make sure the window is clean and has no fingerprints and the floor inside the window has no dust.
  • The mannequins have no marks on them and the 3-Tier tables have no dust or scuff marks.
  • Hygiene should be done daily.

Mannequins

  • Make certain that the diagram of the Memo is done accurately. The mannequins are built/put together correctly.
  • Steaming – Garments are steamed

Décor

  • The 3-Tier tables are placed accurately, to elevate the mannequins and to create dimension.

Spotlights

  • Focused in the correct manner on the merchandise or focal point.

Guidelines

  • The correct garments are on the mannequins as per Memo and if substitution is required, the correct colour is chosen to better suit the theme.

Colour

  • The colour story is adhered to as per communication from Visual department.

Price Points

  • Perspex price point stands are placed to the left of the mannequins when facing the window as a customer.

IN-STORE DISCIPLINES:

ATMOSPHERE

Music

  • The music volume is not loud enough to drown customer interaction and not too low to a point where there is no sound.
  • The correct music is playing and suits the store.

LAYOUT AND EQUIPMENT

Rail Alignment

  • The rails are aligned and straight with a string to create order and for customers to be able to shop easily.
  • Finger spacing is done on the arms and the correct hangers are used on the correct clothes.
  • Garments are steamed and jackets are zipped up.
  • Clothes are placed in the correct order (ie. top, bottom, top) and vice-versa.
  • Colour story is done from the front and the back of the rail.
  • Bins are neat and tidy. Items are stacked correctly.
  • Bins must have price points showing customers the value of the merchandise.

Signage

  • Price points are correctly placed on top of each rail.
  • Brand eye levels are placed with the correct garments on the rail.
  • Signage is placed in a zigzag format. Meaning you place the first eye level on one corner, thereafter skip a rail and then place the next one on the opposite corner.

DEPARTMENTS AND CATEGORIES

  • Colour is done.
  • Levels are done with the 2.2 count and 2.1 on the second bin.
  • Shelves are placed in the second bin of a new category.
  • Categories are done in groups of 3,5 and 7.
  • Accessory wall is implemented with the following items: belts, scarfs, bags and hats.
  • Each category must have a maximum of 1 accessory implemented.
  • Finger spacing is done and garments are steamed.
  • Each arm is full of clothes.
  • There are no gaps in-between your arms and you avoid seeing the white painted wall.

BACK AREA DISCIPLINES:

  • Hangers – each different kind of hanger is boxed separately and one is pasted on the box to show which hanger is in the box.
  • Your Visual Designated Area Equipment is done and correctly labelled. This creates for a neat and tidy stock room. It helps with making sure you have a count for all the equipment you have and may need to order for your store.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 3 years Visual Merchandising experience within a Clothing Retail environment.
  • Matric
  • A proven ability to display and merchandise the product so that it enhances the visual appeal thereof to the customer.
  • Valid code 8 drivers licence – endorsed

Undertakings:

  • Criminal / Credit Check
  • Computer and Psychometric assessments
  • Qualification verification

If you believe that you qualify and are looking for a challenging career requiring unquestionable commitment and passion, and wish to apply, kindly telefax your application together with your motivational letter in support of your application to 086-604 4702. The closing date for applications will be 26 October 2018.

Please apply via the application form below:

VISUAL MERCHANDISER-EAST LONDON

Jumbo the Clothing Co., has an exciting opportunity for a Visual Merchandiser for the East London and surrounding areas (BE Area).

Purpose of the role:

  • To provide training and managing the process in stores and visual assistants in exceptional customer service and experience through implementing top class visual displays and merchandising that is impactful leading to maximising sales and in line with guidelines from the Visual Co-ordinator.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

VISUAL DISCIPLINES:

WINDOW BOX

Hygiene

  • To make sure the window is clean and has no fingerprints and the floor inside the window has no dust.
  • The mannequins have no marks on them and the 3-Tier tables have no dust or scuff marks.
  • Hygiene should be done daily.

Mannequins

  • Make certain that the diagram of the Memo is done accurately. The mannequins are built/put together correctly.
  • Steaming – Garments are steamed

Décor

  • The 3-Tier tables are placed accurately, to elevate the mannequins and to create dimension.

Spotlights

  • Focused in the correct manner on the merchandise or focal point.

Guidelines

  • The correct garments are on the mannequins as per Memo and if substitution is required, the correct colour is chosen to better suit the theme.

Colour

  • The colour story is adhered to as per communication from Visual department.

Price Points

  • Perspex price point stands are placed to the left of the mannequins when facing the window as a customer.

IN-STORE DISCIPLINES:

ATMOSPHERE

Music

  • The music volume is not loud enough to drown customer interaction and not too low to a point where there is no sound.
  • The correct music is playing and suits the store.

LAYOUT AND EQUIPMENT

Rail Alignment

  • The rails are aligned and straight with a string to create order and for customers to be able to shop easily.
  • Finger spacing is done on the arms and the correct hangers are used on the correct clothes.
  • Garments are steamed and jackets are zipped up.
  • Clothes are placed in the correct order (ie. top, bottom, top) and vice-versa.
  • Colour story is done from the front and the back of the rail.
  • Bins are neat and tidy. Items are stacked correctly.
  • Bins must have price points showing customers the value of the merchandise.

Signage

  • Price points are correctly placed on top of each rail.
  • Brand eye levels are placed with the correct garments on the rail.
  • Signage is placed in a zigzag format. Meaning you place the first eye level on one corner, thereafter skip a rail and then place the next one on the opposite corner.

DEPARTMENTS AND CATEGORIES

  • Colour is done.
  • Levels are done with the 2.2 count and 2.1 on the second bin.
  • Shelves are placed in the second bin of a new category.
  • Categories are done in groups of 3,5 and 7.
  • Accessory wall is implemented with the following items: belts, scarfs, bags and hats.
  • Each category must have a maximum of 1 accessory implemented.
  • Finger spacing is done and garments are steamed.
  • Each arm is full of clothes.
  • There are no gaps in-between your arms and you avoid seeing the white painted wall.

BACK AREA DISCIPLINES:

  • Hangers – each different kind of hanger is boxed separately and one is pasted on the box to show which hanger is in the box.
  • Your Visual Designated Area Equipment is done and correctly labelled. This creates for a neat and tidy stock room. It helps with making sure you have a count for all the equipment you have and may need to order for your store.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 3 years Visual Merchandising experience within a Clothing Retail environment.
  • Matric
  • A proven ability to display and merchandise the product so that it enhances the visual appeal thereof to the customer.
  • Valid code 8 drivers licence – endorsed

Undertakings:

  • Criminal / Credit Check
  • Computer and Psychometric assessments
  • Qualification verification

If you believe that you qualify and are looking for a challenging career requiring unquestionable commitment and passion, and wish to apply, kindly telefax your application together with your motivational letter in support of your application to 086-604 4702. The closing date for applications will be 26 October 2018.

It should be remembered that any placement made, will be at Management’s discretion. If you have not been contacted one (1) week after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. ONLY SUITABILY QUALIFIED PERSONS NEED TO APPLY.

Please apply via the application form below:

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