Sears Jobs & Careers in Salt Lake City, UT

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3 days ago

Merchandising and Pricing Associate

Sears Salt Lake City, UT

Responsible for providing excellent customer service, and executing marketing-related requirements, such as ad set-up and takedown, promotional… Monster

6 days ago

Loss Prevention Manager - Salt Lake City UT

Sears Holdings Salt Lake City, UT

* Reviews safety and food safety inspections (Kmart/Essentials/Grand) on a regular basis. Ensures…

30+ days ago

Account Manager III- Salt Lake City job in SALT LAKE

Sears Holdings Salt Lake City, UT

The Account Manager III is responsible for managing and growing large existing business-to-business (B2B) accounts with a national footprint across…

30+ days ago

Fast-Track Retail Management Program

Sears Holdings Salt Lake City, UT

* Participates in comprehensive 12 week Assistant Store Manager in Training program to adequately prepare for transition to Assistant Store Manager…

29 days ago

Material Handler II, MDO

Sears Holdings Salt Lake City, UT

* Ability to drive a lift truck, appropriate training will be conducted * Cross-train, as needed to learn all material handler functions * Must…

27 days ago

Hardlines Merchandiser

Sears Holdings Salt Lake City, UT

Provides "World Class" Member Service by surprising and delighting our members every day. Creates feature displays that maximize gross margin…

30+ days ago

Sales Lead Auto

Sears Holdings West Jordan, UT

within the Auto Center such as maintaining knowledge of products and use this knowledge to assist & educate customers on options available, provide…

29 days ago

Cabinet Re-Facer Needed

Sears Home Improvements Salt Lake City, UT

WHY BECOME AN AUTHORIZED CONTRACTOR WITH AN ESTABLISHED NATIONAL COMPANY? • No out of pocket investment for your business • Jobs are sold for you… Glassdoor

16 days ago

District Training Facilitator- (Houston,TX)

Stores - Sears Salt Lake City, UT

Responsible for serving as the Retail District Training Facilitator (DTF) supporting store operations. Will be responsible for delivering dynamic… Glassdoor

15 days ago

Sears - Asst. Manager, Hardlines

Stores - Sears West Jordan, UT

The Assistant Store Manager, Hardlines is the chief merchant of the Home Appliance, Home Electronics, Home Improvement and Lawn/Garden/Fitness… Glassdoor

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    Shockingly Dissapointing

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    Current Employee - Sales Project Consultant  in  Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Sales Project Consultant in Salt Lake City, UT

    I have been working at Sears full-time for less than a year


    The sales training is very good. The people that do well here do well for a reason. Both adaptability and sticking to your guns sales strategies have worked for people in the past. The pay can be good, with some impressive incentives, but that's a rarity that you find it.


    This company was so poorly organized that it made me change my career path. I went from being a dynamic salesmen to a disenchanted salesmen in short time, and I was thoroughly committed.

    If you say that you're going to train your employees on the home improvement industry, then you should do that. Don't shove them in a room for three weeks and tell them to read, without ever once talking about the products. I've been here for a while, and I still have never been trained on the procedures of asking for time off, how to contact contractors, or the basics of tracking projects.

    The technology is lacking. Not only are we still running Windows XP, but the software doesn't work. I've gone back to sign paperwork on two separate occasions because the computer submarined my close.

    All of this said, these complaints pale in comparison to the scheduling. I wake up every morning, and turn on my computer (if it decides to work that day) and then I see when and where I have appointments, but this information isn't available before 6 AM the day of work. This means that you can't plan your day. You don't know when you'll be home this week. You're always on call, so if they get a lead mid day you have to drop everything and run. This makes it very difficult to feel committed.

    You can smell the death of this division from miles away. There aren't enough leads to keep everyone busy. People cancel at the drop of a hat. While Sears may be doing well in the stock market, this division is not.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Make your schedules more than 6 hours in advance. This alone would make the job somewhat bearable.
    Try and imitate some idea of a work life balance. You're not even faking it right now.

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