The average pay for a Beauty Counter Manager is €12.29 per hour.
The average pay for a Beauty Counter Manager is €25,875 per year.
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Job Description for Beauty Counter Manager
Beauty counter managers are typically employed by department stores and cosmetic/make-up stores, but are also hired directly by cosmetics/make-up manufacturers. Some employers may not have specific education requirements, while others prefer applicants with at least a high school diploma. In addition, some companies do not require applicants to have prior experience, while others may prefer those with two or more years of retail experience.Read More...
The work of a beauty counter manager is almost exclusively indoors, usually in a retail environment. There may be occasional lifting, but none of the objects should be excessively heavy. It is important for those in this position to have excellent communication skills, as they will be interacting with customers frequently to sell cosmetic or make-up products. Generally, the beauty counter manager will be assigned a particular brand and serve as an ambassador to the customer. They may direct customers to samples and make suggestions and recommendations, and will need to enjoy helping customers find suitable products. The brand may occasionally host an event, in which case the beauty counter manager will have to ensure that all operations run smoothly and any customer inquires are addressed.
They are also in charge of the appearance of their counter, which includes making sure the displays are presentable, checking stock, and re-merchandising as needed. The counter manager may be required to contact customers after sales for follow-ups and to encourage customer loyalty, as well as present invitations to events or inform them of new stock/products. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Maintain and adjust merchandise display to match industry and departmental standards.
- Promote a culture of excellent customer service and positive vendor relationships.
- Maintain store health and safety regulations.
- Communicate best sellers and any inventory issues to the general manager.