We have expanded! Our second location is now open in Clay, NY.
Fleet Feet Sports opened its doors to a second location in Clay, NY on November 1, 2013. As our business grows, our team does too. We are hiring for both locations. See above for open positions and read on to see if Fleet Feet Sports is the right fit for you:
Just like the Fleet Feet Sports community at large, our employees have a passion for pursuing an active lifestyle and a desire to make a difference. We work hard, but it is a labor of love. Our team enjoys inspiring others to get moving and is focused on positive change in our community. If you want the satisfaction of waking up each day knowing you can make a difference, we hope you'll consider joining our team.
Before you consider filling out our employment application, we have some things for you to think about. Are you right for Fleet Feet Sports? Are we right for you?
Are you available on evenings and weekends? In this business, evenings and weekends are a KEY TIME when many of our customers shop and stop by the store for one of our many fun runs and seminars.
Are you a team player? Fleet Feet Sports is like a family and we work closely with each other, sometimes under stress.
Are you willing to learn new things? People know us as the FIT experts. “FIT” does not just refer to shoes but all of our products and our services. You’ll need to make an effort to get educated about all of our products, so that you can deliver the highest level of service our guests have come to expect.
Do you pay attention to the little things? It’s the thoughtful little touches that make a “specialty” store so special, like remembering a frequent guests’ name or what type of shoe they run in. Going an extra mile for a guest by staying open late or rush shipping them a pair of socks before a big race is what sets us apart. Fun little extras go a long way and make your job worth the effort.
Are you patient and eager to serve people? We expect team members to take a friendly attitude towards customers-to smile and greet them as soon as they walk in, to make conversation with all kinds of people, to serve their needs, to take time and care for them.