We have BIG shoes to fill!

Are you ready to fill them?

WE ARE BE HIRING and looking for candidates that can fill very big shoes! We’ve got key team members leaving after many years of combined awesome-ness. They are dependable, flexible, able to cover last-minute shifts, detail oriented, awesome with both kids and adults, love to clean and organize and will be missed beyond words!

Do you know anyone that can fill these shoes? Please find a brief description of a studio assistant and an application, which must be completed and returned for further consideration.


We believe each employee contributes directly to the growth and success of Walls of Clay, LLC and we encourage employees to take pride in being a member of our team. Our commitment is to maintain an environment of relaxed fun, creativity, happiness and DIY success for our team and customers we serve.

OUR MISSION

To inspire moments of creativity, connectivity, and celebration for our customers.

STUDIO ASSISTANT JOB DESCRIPTION
{Part-time | 8 – 15 hours/week **subject to change depending on the season.}

Customer Service: Sales

  • Sell | Upsell workshops, birthday parties, camps, field trips, private & semi-private events, promotions, custom artwork, and pottery-to-go.
  • Have a thorough understanding of our product offerings, studio hours, website and studio policies as well as owner’s philosophy. [will train]

Customer Service: Support

  • Greet customers and ascertain what each customer wants or needs to have a positive experience at Walls of Clay.
  • Possess the skills required to provide great customer service; patience, attentiveness, clear communication skills, knowledge of the product, ability to use “positive language,” time-management, and ability to “read” a customer and their needs.
  • Ability to problem-solve and be a hero. This includes troubleshooting, investigating for further information and following up with management and the customer.

Operations: Front of House

  • Responsible for completion of opening and closing activities as well as activities throughout the day to maintain studio operations. [Will train]
  • Cleanliness and organization of studio; clean bathroom, vacuum, sweep, wash pottery brushes and supplies, dust and take the garbage out.
  • Work with parties and groups of all ages from children’s birthday parties to adult fundraising. Able to instruct, manage time and support the customer experience. [Will train]
  • Inventory; correctly identify, invoice and describe inventory pieces, level shelves, re-stock and unpack shipments.
  • Accurately quote and take custom artwork orders. [Will train]
  • A thorough understanding and ability to teach a dozen + pottery painting techniques, glass fusing, and wine glass painting. [will train]
  • Work with families to take handprints and footprints on pottery. [Will train]

Operations: Back of House [will train after introductory 90-day period]

  • Kiln work; unload and load kilns. [Will train]
  • Glaze work; measure viscosity and apply overglaze to pottery. [Will train]
  • Glass fusing; cut and stock glass bases. [Will train]