NEIMAN MARCUS GROUP
Neiman Marcus Group (NMG) has been the premier destination for luxury fashion and goods, superior service, and an elevated retail experience for more than a century. Today, 9,000 associates contribute to the success of NMG's brands: Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, Last Call, and Horchow. There are 38 full-line Neiman Marcus stores in cosmopolitan markets across the United States and a sophisticated digital platform that attracts shoppers worldwide. Bergdorf Goodman operates two stores in landmark locations on Fifth Avenue in New York City and BergdorfGoodman.com, catering to loyal luxury customers globally. NMG also owns five Last Call stores and Horchow.com, an e-commerce site that offers premium furniture and home decor.
As an organization, NMG is on a transformational journey to become the preeminent luxury customer platform. NMG continues to deliver the best integrated customer experience and has evolved the business to succeed in the ever-changing retail landscape. NMG is a relationship business. What differentiates the organization from other luxury retailers are its unique assets: a strong store footprint, the most knowledgeable associates, an engaging online experience, solid brand partnerships, innovative digital and in-store experiences, the most loyal luxury customer base, and a strong balance sheet.
Our customers will always be at the center of everything NMG does. The company continues to reinvest in new technologies that enhance the customer experience. NMG meets customers where they are. NMG's goal is to offer customers a seamless experience across its stores, online, and remote digital selling.
NMG's priority is to develop a highly engaged and high-performing team where everyone belongs. The business attracts and retains best-in-class talent through unique offerings provided to associates in addition to standard employer benefits. These include an innovative way of working, associate discounts on merchandise, tuition reimbursement, associate hardship fund, and paid time off to volunteer, to name a few.
As part of NMG's Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) work, the organization is focused on driving its core value of being "All Heart." NMG is also assessing its current environmental and social impact while developing a three-year plan to lead the luxury industry in its commitment and transparency to environmental and social sustainability. NMG strives to become an employer of choice, driven by a culture of Belonging. A dedicated team focuses on this journey, directly impacting how NMG conducts business throughout the workforce, workplace, and marketplace dimensions.
NMG has incredibly passionate and committed corporate and store associates. NMG offers associates an environment where everyone feels welcomed, nurtured, and empowered. Our associates are the heart of NMG. As an organization, NMG leads with love - love for customers, love for associates, and love for brand partners. DESCRIPTION
Responsible for satisfying customer requests and expectations for fit. Alterations, resizing and restyling of all merchandise retailed in Neiman Marcus stores. Assist sales associates in achieving their goals with professional assistance with fit, alterability and structural quality of apparel merchandise. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Alter constructed garments to meet the standard of quality set by Neiman Marcus equal or better than original construction. Alter garment to include the following:
**MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE with-Dresses and light weight fabrications, including beads, sequins and chiffon)**
-Alter seams vented or unvented, take in shoulder blades, reduce chest, narrow shoulders.
-Rotate sleeves shorten sleeves as needed
-Shorten back, shorten collar, and square shoulders as needed or requested
-Shorten coat, re-line coat, and or remake inside or outside pockets
-Operate and maintain all sewing equipment
- Routinely self-inspect completed work to ensure quality standards are met
- Complete alterations assigned tasks in an efficient manner, as assigned by the Manager, Supervisor, or Lead
- Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written and oral form
Essential Physical Requirements
- Vocational training in tailoring is preferred; experience in a tailoring operation or industrial sewing environment, which offered exposure to a variety of garment styles and types of fabrics is ideal.
- Ability to read English and understand instruction by Manager, Supervisor, or Lead
- Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure
- May require some pushing, pulling, bending, stooping, or kneeling and lifting up to 50lbs with or without accommodation