Reference #: 018382
Job Family Group: Brand Experience
Founded in 1998 in beautiful Vancouver, BC lululemon athletica creates components to live longer, healthier more fun lives. lululemon athletica is a technical athletic apparel company founded in 1998 in Vancouver, Canada. We are built around a culture of athletes passionate about developing leaders, personal responsibility and goal setting in order to deliver on our mission of elevating the world from mediocrity to greatness.
Asia is the future of lululemon and we are poised for exponential growth in the region for the next ten years. If you love to sweat, thrive in a fast-paced environment, are always challenging yourself to become better and value fun, this is the place for you.
a day in the life of the Local Storyteller – Japan
Receives/processes stock received from warehouse, involving: unpacking, counting, tagging as required, folding, sizing and placing on the floor, with overflow stock in back room and stored areas
reporting to Local Brand & Community Manager
You actively live the lululemon culture and lifestyle and are ready to inspire, challenge and educate our guests. You are a social media pioneer but also love to drive the ultimate guest experience. You wake up excited to make the world a healthier, happier place - and know that social media coupled with education can help do this.
You spend time being inspired on the floor and find ways to showcase it digitally. You are not only responsible for providing world-class education but also for curating and creating beautiful and inspiring #thesweatlife inspired content for city level Instagram, and Facebook channels.
Our secret sauce is our pro-active social engagement. You use social platforms, lists and hashtags to build new relationships through social, and introduce these new potential guests to the collective.
an educators working day (the hours)
We expect all full-time employees to be available to open and close, at a minimum, twice per week. We expect all part-time employees to be available to open and close a minimum of once per week. Everyone must work one weekend day. Part-time is up to 23 hours per week; full time is 24-40 hours per week. Time is spent educating on the retail floor.