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Experienced Floral Designer

Company: A FLORAL GALLERY
Location: Saint Louis
Posted on: May 6, 2021

Job Description:

We are looking to hire a creative Floral Designer to design, create, and sell standard and customized floral arrangements to customers. The Floral Designer's responsibilities include advising customers on suitable floral arrangement selections, wrapping completed floral arrangements, unpacking and organizing deliveries, and ensuring that the floral shop is clean and well-organized. To be successful as a Floral Designer, you should keep abreast of emerging styles and trends in floral design. Ultimately, an exceptional Floral Designer should be able to demonstrate excellent organizational skills. Floral Designer Responsibilities: Ensuring that flowers are properly watered and stored to prevent wilting. Selecting and arranging flowers and decorative items to create standard and customized floral arrangements. Serving in-store customers and processing payments. Advising customers on the proper care and maintenance of their selected floral arrangements. Consulting with clients to determine their preferences and specifications before designing customized floral arrangements. Floral Designer Requirements: High school diploma or GED. Proven floral design experience. Sound knowledge of different flower types, arrangement styles, and flower conditioning. Excellent organizational skills. Effective communication skills. Exceptional customer service skills. We are an established florist of 25 years looking for a permanent part-time employee. Employment Type: Part Time Years Experience: Less than 1 year Bonus/Commission: No

Keywords: A FLORAL GALLERY, St. Louis , Experienced Floral Designer, Other , Saint Louis, Missouri

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