Job - Sales Associate (Hong Kong & Macau stores), COACH HONG KONG LIMITED
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COACH HONG KONG LIMITED

Coach was founded in 1941 as a family-run workshop, and today is a leading New York design house of modern luxury accessories and lifestyle collections. We attribute the prominence of the Coach brand to the unique combination of our original American attitude and design, our heritage of fine leather goods and custom fabrics, our superior product quality, and our commitment to the customer experience.

At Coach, we bring together strong, collaborative people in a culture of mutual respect, support, accountability, and passion for the brand and product. Our goal is to offer an inspirational and modern workplace that allows for exceptional talent to thrive.
 

Sales Associate (Hong Kong & Macau stores)

Job Ref.CT3106353-01#0050

Requirements:

  • Solid experiences in Retail industry
  • Pleasant, energetic, cheerful, and customer-oriented
  • Positive working attitude and willing to work in fast-paced environment
  • Good command of spoken English, Mandarin and Cantonese

We offer an attractive remuneration package, excellent training and promotion opportunities to the right candidates. Interested parties please send your Resume with the expected salary to hkretail@coach.com. All information collected will be used for recruitment purpose only.

You are also welcome to visit our website for more details: www.coach.com

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