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Fit Model

Company Name:
Belk
Belk Stores Services
in Charlotte, NC needs an individual to try on clothing samples for fit evaluation by our Private Brands Team.
Current Positions Available:
Missy Size 8/ Medium
Chest 36''
Waist 29''
Hip 38 ''
Thigh 22 ''
Height 5'6'' / 5'7''
Missy Size 10/ Medium
(toned/athletic build preferred)
Chest 37 ''
Waist 30''
Hip 40''
Thigh 23 ''
Height 5'6''- 5'7''
Plus size 18W/1X
Chest 45 1/2''
Waist 39''
Hip 48''
Thigh 29 ''
Height 5'6''- 5'7''
Requirements:
o Ability to maintain weight
o Meet size/measurement criteria
o Well proportioned
o Candidates must be available 4-6 hours per week with flexible hours between 9am-4pm Mon-Fri.
This is a part-time position. Number of hours/days is dependent on weekly sample receipts
Essential Functions/Responsibilities:
How to take measurements:
Bust : Measure total circumference @ fullest part of chest
Waist : Measure total circumference @ natural waist
Low Hip : Measure total circumference @ fullest part of hip
Thigh : Measure total circumference of upper leg, taken close to crotch
Requirements/Qualifications: E-mail measurements to:
Applications without measurements will not be reviewed.
No resume required.
Company Description:
Charlotte, N.C.-based Belk, Inc. is the nation's largest family owned and operated department store with more than $4 billion in sales and 300 Belk stores located in 16 Southern states and a growing digital presence. Founded on May 29, 1888 by William Henry Belk in Monroe, N.C., the company is in the third generation of Belk family leadership. Our mission is to satisfy the modern Southern lifestyle like no one else, so that customers get the fashion they desire and the value they deserve. Our vision is for the modern Southern woman to count on Belk first - for her, for her family, for life. Belk has been committed to community involvement since its inception and today gives 2.5 percent of its pretax income back to the communities it serves. During the past fiscal year the company and its associates, customers and vendors donated more than $20.9 million to those communities.

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