LensCrafters Eyewear Consultant Job Description & Interview
Job Description and Duties
What Does a LensCrafters Eyewear Consultant Do?
Eyewear consultants with LensCrafters work on the retail floor assisting customers. Key job duties include greeting customers, demonstrating products, and providing assistance in lens and frame selection. Other responsibilities of an eyewear consultant job include ringing out customers at the cashier terminal and maintaining a clean store environment.
What Skills is LensCrafters Looking For?
Job seekers 18 and over may apply for LensCrafters jobs. Potential store associates should possess high school diplomas or GEDS. When hiring eyewear constants, LensCrafters looks for applicants with strong communication skills, basic mathematical skills, awareness of fashion trends, and the ability to work in a team.
No Experience Necessary
Additionally, applicants should possess strong sales skills and the ability to stand for an entire shift. Though not required, previous work experience in the retail industry often benefits eyewear consultant job applicants.
Salary and Compensation
How Much Do They Get Paid?
On average, the pay rate for a LensCrafters eyewear consultant ranges from $10.00 to $11.00 an hour. Experienced, top-selling eyewear consultants may earn more. LensCrafters sales associates also earn commission on certain sales. Eyewear consultants typically work part-time schedules. Some full-time positions do exist with LensCrafters.
Other Job Benefits
Both part-time and full-time workers may qualify for employee benefits with LensCrafters. Eligible LensCrafters eyewear consultants earn medical, dental, and life insurance plans, 401(k) retirement and pension plans, short-term and long-term disability coverage, paid time off, and tuition assistance.
Eyewear consultants may also enjoy flexible schedules and generous employee discounts. Pay rates and benefits packages may vary by LensCrafters location.
Review the LensCrafters Application page.
LensCrafters Eyewear Consultant Interview Video
Interviewer: Please describe your job title and primary duties.
LensCrafters Eyewear Consultant: I’m an eyewear consultant and a host. So, basically, I would help you pick out the frames, what you would want with anti glare, and what glasses would fit you the best. Then if you’re coming in for a doctor’s appointment – because we have a doctor’s office in the facility there as well – I would introduce you to the staff back there and make sure I’m there when you come out. We go through the process of waiting for you there, up until you need your eye measurements done for your glasses, and that’s where the apprentice optician, someone else would take over. Then I would go help someone else.
Interviewer: How would you describe the application and interview process?
LensCrafters Eyewear Consultant: I actually got recommended from my roommate who works there. So, I went in, filled out an application, then I had to get drug testing done. I had my second interview, then I had my drug testing done. So, the second interview, we sat down, talked to the manager, we talked about basic interview stuff, then I got my drug testing done, got cleared. This past week is when we are required to have background checks, so anyone that comes now or is hired must go through drug testing and background checks.
Interviewer: What questions did the interviewer ask during the job interview?
LensCrafters Eyewear Consultant: I was applying for a host position. I’ve never done that position before, so she wanted to know how I interacted with customers, what I like, what I don’t like, and kind of just to check my personality out, make sure I wasn’t open to talk to people, since that’s basically what I do. She talked about availability. We talked about Luxottica, that’s the company that owns LensCrafters. Then just seeing where I’m at, what I want from the job, and see if she’s on the same page. But, it wasn’t too bad.
Interviewer: What set you apart from other candidates?
LensCrafters Eyewear Consultant: The store that I work at, there are a lot of employees moving away, since a lot of people work there part-time. The only full-time people are like the managers and Op crew, so I was someone who was going to stay there a little longer than six months.
Interviewer: What other advice would you give to a job seeker looking to gain employment?
LensCrafters Eyewear Consultant: I would tell them to do your research. I didn’t know that LensCrafters wasn’t just LensCrafters. I didn’t know about Luxottica. I didn’t know that we were presenting Luxottica, as well.