If you’re a people person who appreciates health and fitness, your dream job could be waiting for you at Canada’s athletic apparel leader lululemon. And the good news is the company’s Guest Education Centre (GEC) is hiring for the upcoming holiday season.
At lululemon, growth and development are prioritized, so this could be exactly the step you’ll want to take in your career. You can find out about this and all of the perks that come with being an educator at the GEC hiring fair on Thursday, September 27. It’s taking place at lululemon’s store support centre in Kitsilano (and there’s meditation involved!).
Before you RSVP to attend, let’s take a look at your future role.
What a GEC educator does
At lululemon, the GEC is the main contact centre for everything. As an educator, your role will involve speaking to guests over live chat, phone, text and email, collecting feedback and answering just about everything under the lululemon sun.
Working in a fast-paced environment with your team, setting goals, embracing health and fitness, being involved in the community, and pursuing personal development will make up your daily life.
Hours at the GEC range from 5 am to 9 pm PST on weekdays and 6 am to 6 pm PST on weekends. Plus, you’ll have access to an in-house fitness studio and gym to meet your passions for #thesweatlife before or after work, or during your lunch break!
How you can apply
On September 27, you can visit one of their head offices and get a feel for working at lululemon. The hiring fair starts with a meditation and information session followed by group interviews in the evening so the talent acquisition team and GEC employees can get to know you!
There are over 100 full and part-time seasonal educator positions to be filled and lululemon is looking for both English and bilingual (French-speaking) educators. Make sure to bring your resume along with you and RSVP via Eventbrite ahead of time.
Don’t worry if you’re unable to make the event, you can still apply online via lululemon.
When: September 27
Time: 6 to 8:30 pm
Where: lululemon Store Support Centre, 1818 Cornwall Avenue, Kitsilano
Price: Free – RSVP via Eventbrite