Founded in 1961, Yves Saint Laurent was the first couture house to introduce the concept of luxury prêt-à-porter in a 1966 collection called ‘Rive Gauche', synonymous with youth and freedom. This shift represented a first critical step in the modernization of fashion and revolutionized the socio-cultural landscape.
In 1999, the luxury goods division of the Kering Group acquired Yves Saint Laurent and, under the creative direction of Anthony Vaccarello since April 2016, continues to position the house at the summit of the luxury universe.
Today, Saint Laurent collections include women's and men's ready-to-wear, shoes, handbags, small leather goods, jewelry, scarves, ties and eyewear.
Reporting to the Store Director, the Stock Keeper contribute to increase store turnover by participating to the merchandise flow management within the store and strictly follow all internal procedures in terms of logistics.
A Business Developper:
Follow-up and control the monthly turning inventories and specific action plans
Prepare the annual inventory and look for any discrepancies
Guarantee consistent level of stock to achieve sales target
A Team Player:
Work well in a team and actively support and assist your colleagues
Provide high quality relevant feedbacks and requested report to the Management
A Brand Promoter:
Maintain organization, grooming and appearance of all areas respecting the Visual Merchandising Standard
Work with all internal and external stakeholders, with a service-oriented, collaborative, available and versatile approach
A Process Supporter:
Check in and handle transfers
Prepare and ship all returned merchandise to the outlets and warehouse
Adhere to all Company Policies & and follow all Company Operational Procedures
* At least 2 years of successful experience in a stock department
* Rigor, sense of organization and priorities management
* Excellent interpersonal skills
* Availability, adaptability, sense of service, team spirit
* Good knowledge of IT
* Product sensitivity and a strong market and fashion trends knowledge would be an asset