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La Mer joined The Estée Lauder Companies' family of brands in 1995. Sold in more than 50 countries and territories, La Mer represents supreme luxury and transformative, high-performance skincare. Crème de la Mer, one of the most innovative and sought-after moisturizers, was conceived by Dr. Max Huber, an aerospace physicist, after he suffered a laboratory accident that severely burned his face. Formulated with sea kelp and a pioneering bio-fermentation process, the Crème miraculously transformed the appearance of Dr. Huber's skin. Since then, it has evolved into what can only be described as a legend. Today, La Mer offers a complete range of facial skin care and body products—all harnessing the remarkable benefits of the sea.
At La Mer there are several different types of job opportunities available. More information about the job opportunities is below.
We are an equal opportunity employer.
Whether you work as one of our Business Managers, Counter Managers, or La Mer Expert, engaging your client with extraordinary service and keen product knowledge is critical to your success.
La Mer Expert
The primary responsibility of the La Mer Expert is to represent the brand at counter, and to educate and provide the client with the La Mer products best suited to their individual needs and preferences. Passion and strong selling and communication skills are essential. While La Mer offers extensive on-the-job training, some prior experience in cosmetics and sales is required.
Business Manager and Counter Manager
These positions are responsible for managing the overall performance of a La Mer counter including staffing and sales.
La Mer Account Coordinator
The Account Coordinator covers a territory and services all of the La Mer stores within that territory. The prime focus of the Account Coordinator is working closely with our Counter Staff, ensuring Counters are kept to the brand’s standards, educating the La Mer Experts about new products and techniques, executing events, and helping drive sales. If you have at least 2-3 years experience in sales, you may qualify for this role.
Several types of field sales management positions are available at La Mer. A few of the Field Sales Management positions are highlighted below.
The Account Executive is responsible for multiple stores within a territory, working with retail partners to manage sales goals and objectives and ensuring the counter staff best represents La Mer. If you have at least 3–5 years retail management experience, you may qualify for this opportunity.
Regional Sales Director
The Regional Sales Director is responsible for managing a region to ensure that sales and profit objectives are achieved. The Regional Sales Director supervises the Account Executives within a specified territory. If you have at least 5–7 years of related experience, you may qualify for this opportunity.
The Education Executive educates counter staff on product knowledge and skills which are necessary to achieve La Mer standards and sales goals. If you have 3–5 years of retail management and/or sales and product training experience, you may qualify for this opportunity.
Field Executive Director
The Field Executive Director is responsible for managing a group of regions to ensure that sales and profit objectives are achieved. The Field Executive Director supervises the Regional Sales Directors and the Education Executives within a specified territory and works with senior sales management to develop retail strategy. If you have 8–10 years of related sales and management experience, you may qualify for this opportunity.
La Mer has Corporate Positions of all types including marketing, product research and development, supply chain, finance, human resources and information technology.
To apply for Corporate Positions at La Mer, click here.