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Tommy Bahama Marlin Bar Stock Coordinator in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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LIVE THE ISLAND LIFEIn 2016, we launched our first Marlin Bar in Coconut Point, Florida as a laid back space where locals and travelers could gather casually over food and drink. Two years later, a second oasis opened its doors in the mecca of mid-century modernism: Palm Springs, California. Since our guests are asking us for more, we are adding several throughout the United States over the next few years (and beyond). The Marlin Bar is the perfect spot to shop, enjoy frozen cocktails, light fare with friends & family where friendly service and casual vibe are always the catch of the day.

SET THE COURSEThe Marlin Bar is a relaxed refuge, where our guest can unwind with a cocktail, light fare, and simultaneously enjoy some retail therapy.

The Stock Coordinator will take responsibility for establishing and maintaining guest services, all tasks involved with accurate daily operations of the stock room and processing of store merchandise to the selling floor and/or stock room, and all communication and documentation related to the stock coordination function. May assistant food and beverage from time to time.


  • Create a relaxed destination - Embrace Marlin Bar direction by providing product knowledge to guests and employees on a daily basis. Greet all guests and offer to assist with their shopping needs including responding to Food and Beverage questions a guest may ask from time to time.

  • Set the course - Learn, reference, and apply product knowledge information obtained from various sources such as co-workers. Build a one-team mentality and promptly assist others as needed.

  • Actively participate in all location related meetings and training.

  • Build the perfect oasis -

  • Receive all product in accordance with Policies and Procedures and assist food and beverage as needed and as time permits.

  • Process of all outbound shipments in an accurate and timely manner (e.g. RTVs, UDAs, TTOs, RGTOs, and store-to-store transfers) in accordance with Retail Operations Policies and Procedures.

  • Accurately process charge-sends on a daily basis.

  • Accurately complete, manage, and retain all shipping and receiving documents.

  • Inspect all non-salable merchandise, determine if manufacturer’s defect or non-manufacturer’s defect, and process as outlined in Policies and Procedures.

  • Accurately identify product by vendor.

  • Respond timely to all communication regarding inventory inquiries and discrepancies.

  • Maintain two-way communication with appropriate partners regarding product flow.

  • Ensure shipping supply levels are maintained across the location.

  • Maintain neat, orderly, and accessible product storage areas.

  • Assist with floor sets, floor recovery, and the daily pull. Assist food and beverage as directed.

  • Accurately ticket merchandise including markdowns, re-tickets, and replacing missing tickets.

  • Watch for and recognize loss prevention situations and know how to prevent and handle these situations using outstanding guest service and Loss Prevention policies and procedures.

  • Participate in cleaning and upkeep of the location at the direction of senior management. Assisting guests should always come first.

  • Be receptive to feedback and coaching.

  • Perform duties as required and that may occasionally be necessary to support the business.


  • High school diploma or GED required

  • Must be at least 18 years of age or older

  • Generally, 2 years guest service and stock experience preferred

  • Retail and/or hospitality experience preferred

  • Strong service skills, interpersonal skills, verbal and written communication skills, listening skills, ability to multi-task, time management skills, organization skills, basic math skills, detail oriented, accurate, problem solving skills, and ability to set and achieve goals


  • Lift and/or move up to approximately 50 pounds frequently

  • Bending/stooping/kneeling required – frequently

  • Climbing ladders – occasionally

  • Routine standing for duration of shift (up to 8 hours)

  • Possible Travel for training and assisting at other Tommy Bahama locations

  • Ability to work varied hours and days including nights, weekends and holidays as needed

Mahalo (thank you) for your interest in Tommy Bahama!

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At Tommy Bahama, paradise is our business. Focused on exceptional guest service, upscale products and delicious food and drinks, our tropically inspired lifestyle inspires the world to relax. Maintaining our unique point of view requires a diverse team that includes apparel designers, eCommerce and technology experts, manufacturing and operations, and, of course, retail and hospitality professionals. There are countless opportunities to contribute to our continued success — if you'd like to help us "Live the Island Life," we'd like to hear from you.

Tommy Bahama is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.