Store Manager - Kirklands (antioch, CA)

Job Code :2315 Division :Kirklands of Travel Required :None Job Type :Full Time Career Level :Manager (Manager/Supervisor of Staff) Education :High School or equivalent Category :Retail/Wholesale Job Description : Reports To:District Manager General Purpose Competencies Leadership Communication Builds a High Performance Team Drive for Results Planning and Organization Job Duties CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE Creates schedules that meet Customer traffic needs. TEAM Recognizes and celebrates performance that meets and exceeds company standards. Ensures support of the Open Door Policy with all associates. Possess strong Interpersonal Skills to include: Listening and Conflict Resolution. OPERATIONS Ensures timely completion of all auditing procedures/paperwork review as outlined by the Operations Manual. Assesses the store??s business goals, customer base, traffic patterns and uses the information to strengthen a store??s business. Effectively executes promotional merchandising plans and maintains presentation standards as directed by the company. Maintains merchandise pricing and the accuracy of inventory levels. Protect and maintain company assets and resources to include, but not limited to, cash control, inventory, product handling and physical facility to prevent theft. Essential Qualifications High School diploma or some college preferred. 2:5 years equivalent management experience:retail preferred. Ability to write routine correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Ability to attend and participate in meetings as required. Ability to work a minimum of 45 hours per week, based upon the business needs of the store. Ability to travel as required. Job Requirements : Physical Requirements Ability to lift and move 45 pounds or more on a regular basis. Ability to climb ladders Ability to lift and move bulky merchandise on a regular basis Ability to stoop, bend, climb and lift to stock and retrieve merchandise from stockroom and sales floor on a regular basis. Source:

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