People who put in a SportClips application are looking to join a team that strives to take care of any customers that walk through their door and make sure that they walk out with a fresh new look. Links to apply for jobs at SportClips are at the bottom of the page.
The first SportClips store was opened in Georgetown, Texas in 1993 by Gordon Logan. He wanted to open a store that was geared towards men who didn’t want to open a women’s hair salon. By striving to give men a quick and male-friendly environment with stylists that specialized in men’s hair, he successfully gave men a new place to get their hair cut.
By 2015, SportClips will be in all fifty states of the United States with a hundred and seventy franchises and company stores open. Out of all of their franchises, they’ve only had to close four since 2010, giving themselves an excellent success rate since they started franchising in 1995.
SportClips values the male customer and strives to decorate their stores with sports memorabilia to give their stores a winning attitude that offers outstanding service to their customers. They strive to pull future hairdressers into their stores in order to continue their service of excellence.
At the corporate level, SportClips careers are geared towards making sure that the franchises are working well and that there are little to no issues with them. Several positions are geared towards making sure that everyone, from the franchisee to the newest stylist are working to make sure that customers have an excellent experience.
SportClips jobs at the local level take place in franchises and work directly with the public. Before a franchisee can take over their store, they’re put through a rigorous training program that teaches them everything about the SportClips franchise and how to create a winning team. Because of their training program, the company has only closed four franchises in the entirety of their existence.
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How old do you have to be to work at SportClips? Age requirements vary by position. As you look at SportClips jobs online, make sure to look at any position needs as some positions will need various degrees, certifications, or experiences.
The benefits that people get will depend on the franchise that you’re at. Several franchises do offer benefits that may include paid vacations and holidays, medical benefits, and continuing education. Some employees may also be guaranteed a base pay and a commission on top of that to go with their tips.
SportClips Job Descriptions
Manager – You will make sure that everything is working smoothly in the store and that all customers are having a great experience. As needed, you’ll strive to make sure that team members are providing the best service that they can. Compensation is around $40,000 a year.
Stylist – As customers come in, you’ll work with them to give them the best haircut possible that flatters the features that they have. If they require various services, you’ll provide them and make sure that they’re charged appropriately. Compensation is around $20,000 a year.
Receptionist – When customers call for an appointment or walk in, you’ll make sure that they are paired with the stylist that they request or is available. You’ll handle most payment and communicate with the stylist to check on what the customer got done to be charged. Compensation is around $20,000 a year.
Educator – When new stylists come in, you’ll work with them to make sure that they understand what they’re getting into and that they know what they’re talking about. If the stylist has any questions, you’ll walk them through the process. Compensation is around $50,000 a year.
SportClips Interview Questions
These are some questions you may be asked during your interview:
Why do you want to work for SportClips? This is an extremely common interview question, so you should be prepared for it. Talk about what drew you to the company, whether it was the company culture or benefits and why it’s your first choice in places to work.
What experience do you have? If you have any relevant experience, make sure to highlight it. If you don’t have any, talk about what you can bring to the position and offer the company instead. Use plenty of examples to back up and support any claims you may make.
Where do you see yourself in the next few years? Your interviewer want to know if you see yourself with the company. Be realistic in your career expectations but talk about how you’re willing to take on extra challenges and responsibilities in order to move up in the company.
SportClips depends on customers for business, so you may be asked this question in the form of a hypothetical situation: How would you take care of an upset customer? Walk your interviewer through the steps you would take to turn the customer’s experience around, making sure to be practical and realistic.
Several positions require standing for long periods of time or carrying heavy objects, so you may be asked: Is there anything that could keep you from doing your job? Be honest, the company is usually willing to work with you if you’re straightforward and honest about anything that could stop you from doing your job properly.
Advice for Application Process
How to apply for SportClips online: when you click the first link below, carefully read through and fill out the SportClips application, making sure to upload a photo of yourself and your resume. There is no printable application for SportClips on their website.
Before attending your interview, do research on SportClips and the industry in order to come up with a list of questions that you can ask. This may seem excessive for an entry level position, but it will place you in front of the other candidates as it shows that you think ahead.
Dress for your interview in business casual because your interview will take place in a semi-formal setting. If you’ve applied for a managerial position, a suit would be appropriate. Have a positive and friendly attitude when you attend your interview as it will give a good impression.
Show gratitude at the opportunity to interview with SportClips. After your interview, inquire about the best way to check on your hiring status as some, but not all candidates will learn if they got the position because SportClips will want to screen all candidates before making a final decision on who they hire.
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