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Dear Ms. Rizzo:
Upon learning of your posting for a Store Assistant, I was eager to forward my resume for your review. As an experienced and motivated retail professional with strong abilities in store operations and customer service—combined with expertise in visual merchandising and register transactions—I am more than prepared to contribute to Knick Knack Home Goods’goals in this role.
My background includes performing a range of tasks pertaining to areas such as inventory management, product placement, and payment processing, and customer issue resolution to drive sales and customer service success for busy retail stores. With a keen focus on improving customer satisfaction to maximize loyalty and word-of-mouth business, I excel at working effectively with peers and managers to meet revenue goals and exceed store goals.
Highlights of my qualifications include…
Excelling as a retail assistant for the past four years for The Grotto, demonstrating an innate understanding of effective sales, merchandising, and customer service strategies to achieve sales and revenue enhancement.
Exhibiting a hands-on approach to retail sales, implementing high-impact promotional initiatives and merchandising strategies (with approval of store manager) to propel sales performance.
Handling all day-to-day operational tasks, including opening and closing the store, counting cash drawers, making bank deposits, processing cash/check/credit card transactions, performing refunds and exchanges, and replenishing shelves.
Demonstrating a proven dedication to ensuring customer service excellence as well as exceptional communication, organization, and interpersonal skills, with a personable demeanor and a keen attention to detail.
Considering my skills in sales, customer relations, and general retail store operations, I am confident in my ability to excel as your next Store Assistant. I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss this position further.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Isabel A. Ford
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Include These Store Assistant Skills
- Selling skills and persuasion
- Good communication and interpersonal abilities
- Self-motivation and confidence
- An approachable manner
- A professional appearance
- Stamina and perseverance
- Reporting skills
- Being able to follow instructions
- Good numeracy skills
- Customer service orientation