Personal Shopper Cover Letter
Personal Shoppers are in charge for creating and developing a base of loyal customers who buy products on a regular basis. Essential job responsibilities of a Personal Shopper are collecting information about customers, maintaining customer databases, recommending new products, finding ways to motivate purchasers to visit the store often, maintaining their knowledge of industry trends, and ensuring an excellent shopping experience for each client.
Our collection of cover letter samples for Personal Shopper showcases the following job requirements:
- Selling skills
- Excellent communication and interpersonal abilities
- Time management
- Quality focus
- Commercial awareness
- Attention to details and observational skills
Beneath is provided a cover letter example highlighting comparable Personal Shopper job assets.
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Dear Mr. Grant:
Upon learning of your need for a customer-centric and enthusiastic Personal Shopper to join your team at Mainstay Apparel, I felt compelled to submit my resume for your review. As an organized and service-oriented professional with proven success in providing comprehensive personal assistance to customers in high-end retail establishments, I am confident that I would be a valuable asset to you in this capacity.
From cultivating customer relationships and recommending products to orchestrating special events and managing merchandiser/stock, my skillset allows me to thrive in busy retail environments that let me put my time management, customer service, and organizational skills to use. Backed by my superior communication and interpersonal talents, I excel at providing exceptional customer experiences and generating sales volume increases.
Highlights of my experience include:
- Excelling as a Personal Shopper for the past eight years with Neiman Marcus at the Channel Island Shopping Centre, building and sustaining meaningful relationships with repeat clients while increasing my personal clientele base through active listening, tailored customer service, and superior trend/commercial awareness; surpassing personal sales goal by ~16% YOY.
- Earning a promotion to Personal Shopper from initial role as a Sales Associate due to outstanding reputation for service and sales excellence, as well as immensely positive feedback from patrons.
- Performing general administrative support responsibilities—including order taking, issue resolution, shipment tracking, financial adjustments, and live chat/phone assistance—while maintaining a consistent level of professionalism and accuracy.
- Working with store managers to design and set up innovative floor plans and merchandising strategies to attract more customers and accelerate revenues.
- Demonstrating top-level organization, problem solving, and interpersonal abilities.
With my proven commitment to delivering the highest level of personal shopping assistance, I am well prepared to extend my record of exceptional service to you in this role. I welcome the opportunity to discuss this position and my qualifications with you further. Thank you for your consideration.
Angel M. Parker
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Shoppers Drug Mart (Aurora, ON) in July-2016.
I applied online in July 2016, and got an interview a week and a half later with the boutique manager. She brought me to the back of the boutique, and we chatted about my resume, and most of the interview questions were makeup based, so if you know your stuff, you can make a really good impression during the interview. After a 20 minute interview, she told me that I would have to come in for a second interview with the front store manager. He did the same thing, brought me into his office, we chatted about my resume, and why I wanted to work there.
Both my interviews were extremely easy, if you show that you are eager to be there and that you work well in a team, they'll hire you. As for the interview, they ended up doing most of the talking, so just listen attentively and pitch in whenever you can.
I didn't see anyone in the reviews in the same situation as I was, even when both managers were thoroughly impressed with me, they specifically required a list of references before they considered giving me an offer. (I gave them only 3 references, I suppose that would suffice)
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