Crazy 8, a subsidiary of the Gymboree Corporation, opened its doors in 2007. They have more than 300 store locations across the US selling awesome quality kids clothes at awesome prices. They also have an online store where you can not only shop but fill out a Crazy 8 job application too!
Great value at a great price brings parents with children of all sizes in to shop so, if excellent customer service is what you are about then you should consider the job opportunities at Crazy 8. If you love working with children’s fashion you will love working here.
You can feel good working in this industry knowing that Crazy 8 takes their social responsibilities to heart. They work with multiple charitable organizations such as St. Jude Children’s Research Center, Junior Achievement, and many more raising funds to help charities.
A career at Crazy 8 would be hard to beat with all this fun going on so don’t hesitate to click the links below to get your free printable application so you too can enjoy a Crazy 8 career.
Crazy 8 Careers
There are literally dozens of employment opportunities from the corporate level all the way down to the retail store. Just click the link below to find all of the Crazy 8 jobs online. If you are applying for a career in one of the corporate level positions, you will most likely be redirected to the main online application site for Gymboree Corporation, which is the main umbrella company for Crazy 8.
Don’t forget to download your application form and bring a resume` if you have one as well as your picture ID and SS card to your interview as these may be needed for a background check.
Benefits include medical, dental, vision and life insurance. Other benefits include paid time off, holidays, and prenatal. You may also qualify for funding of approved educational courses, 401K, adoption assistance employee discounts, and flexible spending accounts.
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Crazy 8 stores are open regular mall hours from 10 am until 9 pm Monday through Saturday and 12pm to 6pm on Sundays. Hours may vary from store to store and during holidays. Extra hours may be required depending on the needs of the store or store manager.
Job Descriptions & Salaries
Sales Associate Part Time – As a Sales Associate, your responsibilities are to provide excellent customer service. Cleaning and maintaining a neat appearance of the store and aiding in loss prevention are a priority as well to maintain a safe and rewarding shopping experience for the customer. You are expected to make correct change during a customer’s cash transaction. This position works 12 hours a week broken up into three shifts. Pay is DOE.
Sales Lead (Part Time Assistant Manager) – The Lead Sales position is also a part time position, which requires you to be available for 31 hours per week including nights and weekends. You must have 1-2 years of retail experience to be considered for this position. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Store Manager – Candidates for this position must have 2-3 years experience working in the retail field as a manager and enjoy working with the public. You must have open schedule availability, top notch communication skills, and be able to lead a diverse team. Store managers must be business oriented. Please see the link below for questions about this Crazy 8 career.
Follow the link below to find more job opportunities with Crazy 8.
Crazy 8 Interview Questions
Why would you like to work at Crazy 8? Be specific here. The interviewer wants to hear what it is about the company that attracted you to the position you are applying for.
What did you do at your last job? By giving the interviewer, a brief overview of what your last job responsibilities were they will be able to determine if you already have some of the necessary skills to do the job you are applying for.
What hours are you available? When asked this question, do not reply with what you think is a favorable answer unless it is the truth. You do not want to say you are available on Sundays and then have to explain that you are not after you are hired. It is better to iron out the details of your employment beforehand.
Tell me a time when you have had to deal with a difficult customer and how you handled the situation. This is always a tricky question. What the interviewer is trying to determine is how you deal with stressful situations. Just be honest and open when you answer this question. Try to come up with one or two different situations from previous jobs or even life issues and give a brief and complete answer to the question.
Advice for Application Process
Dress sharp and look your best when coming in for an interview. Business casual is fine for your interview. Make sure, if you have tattoos they are covered and that you do not wear facial piercings to the interview.
Be calm during the interview. Try not to fidget or mumble. Speak in a clear manner that your interviewer can hear and understand. Smile and make eye contact when speaking and when you are being spoken to. It is good to show the interviewer that you are excited about the job and that you are ready to get started with the company but do not go overboard.
When you click the job, application link below you will have to print out the application to fill it out by hand. Make sure to print clearly and fill out each section completely. Make sure to date and sign where necessary and if you have any questions when filling out your application you can always call your local store and speak to a manager for clarification.
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