Retail Wine Specialist Job In Highland Park, Illinois, Vin Chicago

Published 2022-06-24
Expires 2022-07-24
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Retail Wine Specialist Job In Highland Park, Illinois, Vin Chicago
United States, Illinois, Highland Park,
Published June 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Retail wine specialist

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Vin Chicago is looking for energetic and enthusiastic Wine Specialists to join our team on a part-time basis. Candidates should have experience in retail or restaurants, a passion for wine and a flair for customer service. Responsibilities include processing sales transactions, assisting customers with product selection, shipping and receiving products, and maintaining inventory on our sales floor. If you are not familiar with our operation, we recommend stopping in one of our stores (Barrington, Chicago and Highland Park) to check us out. It is the quality and diversity of our always-changing selection and the passion of our staff that sets our stores apart from the crowd. Must be able to lift 40-50 pounds on a consistent basis. All applicants must be 21 years or older. If you are interested in exploring opportunities with Vin Chicago, please send your resume to and reference ULPT1350. We look forward to meeting you!

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