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8 hrs ago

Co-Manager – new

Sephora Huntington Beach, CA +8 locations

As a Role Model • Demonstrate and model client service and onstage leadership standards. • Be punctual at work and with all deadlines… Sephora

24 hrs ago

Operations Supervisor – new

Sephora Belcamp, MD

• Bachelor's Degree in a logistics related field preferred, or three to five years relevant work experience. • 3 years leading and managing a team of… Sephora

1 day ago

Retail Reporting Analyst – new

Sephora San Francisco, CA

Bachelor degree required in Business, Finance, Economics, Statistics, or similar. · Minimum 2-3 years of analytical experience. · Highly… Sephora

2 days ago

Designer – new

Sephora San Francisco, CA

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: • 3-4 years of web and interactive design experience • Needs to have a strong foundational type/design eye • BA degree in… Sephora

2 days ago

Seasonal-Temporary, Canada – new

Sephora 528-Pacific Centre (BC), 701 W Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC V7Y 1E4

The Seasonal consultant is responsible for duties as cashier, gift wrapper, replenishing, greeting, and assisting clients in locating product during… Sephora

4 days ago

Merchandise Coordinator - Skincare, .com

Sephora San Francisco, CA

BA, BS preferred or equivalent experience • Proficiency with MS Office, advanced Excel skills preferred • Problem solving and analytical skills… Sephora

6 days ago

Executive Assistant, Real Estate

Sephora San Francisco, CA

Skills, Characteristics, and Experience Required: -Minimum of 3 years of executive administration work experience in a fast-paced environment… Sephora

6 days ago

Manager, Desktop Engineering and Server Operations

Sephora San Francisco, CA

• Experience with enterprise drive encryption technologies such as Bitlocker/MBAM. • experience in creating and modifying Powershell, WMI, and VB… Sephora

14 days ago

Loss Prevention

Sephora Cherry Hill, NJ +3 locations

Responsible for protecting the assets of the store against theft and works with management to maintain operational controls to reduce… Sephora

10 days ago

District Manager

Sephora Boston, MA

• Proven ability to manage time to execute multiple tasks and changing… Sephora

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    from a Color Consultant's perspective

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    I have been working at Sephora part-time (More than a year)


    This company invests a great deal in its people, especially when it comes to education. Because of this (and my passion for education/training), I have been able to attend district trainings for color/artistry, and I've been able to facilitate my own artistry trainings in my own store. I also like that Sephora is committed to being at the forefront of beauty technology; all of the iQ systems make your job much easier & make the client interaction more hands-on and unique. Sephora also is committed to curating collections of products that are unique, varied, and all-around incredible, so working at Sephora for me means I don't have to try and fit a square peg into a round hole when it comes to my client's needs. I'm not stuck with one brand and their line of products that may not be right for my client--I have infinitely many to choose from. It is important to understand that if you're looking to get hired at Sephora to work in the color world (read: become a makeup artist), you're more likely to get the position if you have previous experience in makeup artistry. When I say previous experience, I mean working for another beauty company, going to school for makeup artistry, or another comparable experience. YouTube does not a makeup artist make. In my district, you actually have to audition to be considered for color (a practice I hope the entire company will adopt), otherwise you're more likely to be hired on as a cashier. It IS possible to progress from cashier into a world after extensive Sephora-specific training, but patience is key here.


    It's retail, so the usual cons apply: unstable hours, occasional rude clientele, no full benefits depending on your part-time distinction, etc. Some may see the uniform ("costume") as a downside, but honestly, it takes the guesswork out of what is "appropriate" to wear to work. Just make sure you keep it neat/clean & adhere to policy on shoes/hair and makeup/jewelry. If you're not into putting extra time and effort into your appearance EVERY DAY, this is not the job/field for you. Because this is a beauty company, it typically attracts many women as its employees. With a predominately female workplace comes the possibility for lots of gossip/drama. Keep this in mind when you consider work-life balance and how much of your outside-of-work life you share with your coworkers. While the company has no rules about fraternizing with your coworkers outside of work, do so at your own risk. It can come back to haunt you, especially if you get into management.

    Advice to Management

    Be honest and up front about hours. Don't make promises to employees about the availability of hours, the availability of positions, etc just to keep the employee (this happened to me during a role transition). When you recognize that you've got someone who is elevated, do everything you can to push them forward/up in your store: give them stretch tasks as a part of their P4D, give them solid feedback, and get them involved on the district-level when possible. I've been so fortunate to be able to create and execute my own artistry trainings as part of my P4D to become a Senior Artist. Let your cast know the P4D schedule ahead of time so they can better prepare for their 1x1 with you--I've been nearly blindsided by my P4D before, and therefore I haven't been able to address everything I wanted to go over during my time with my SD because I didn't have the time to gather my thoughts.

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