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Florist (Full-Time)

Posted By: floralgarage

Date: Thu, 3 Aug 2017

Remuneration: $1,800.00

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Floral Garage Singapore is an established and rapidly growing floral e-commerce company comprised of a team of passionate floral hobbyists and professional florists. We operate via our online store at www.FloralGarageSG.com. We believe that all individuals should be able to show love, care and appreciation to their loved ones through the use of flowers. Thus it is our mission to provide the public with fresh and affordable bouquets and floral arrangements.


We are looking for a full time experienced florist who has strong intuition for flower arrangements based on the requirements pf customers. Only confident florists need apply.


Responsibilities:


* Arrange flowers to a high standard
* Daily fulfillment of customers’ orders
* Purchase flower supplies from local suppliers
* Any other job-related duties


Requirements: 


* Florist experience is preferred but not necessary as training will be provided.
* Commitment for at least a year (2 month probationary period) 
* Understands customer’s wants
* Dedicated to satisfy the requirements of customers
* Able to work efficiently under pressure 
* Hardworking, proactive and willing to learn 
* A good attitude 
* A team player 


How to apply:


Please email your resume and your availability with the subject ‘Applicant for Florist’ at [email protected]. If you do not have a resume, you can contact us using email or call/whatsapp us at 94895555 to arrange an interview.  


Pay:
 
* $1500/month during 2 month probationary period
* On confirmation, $1800/month, increasing monthly till $2500 (depending on performance)
* Performance bonus of up to $1000 




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