Assistant store manager
Various locations in and around southwest London.
Salary up to £21,737
Are you an assistant store manager looking for the next step in your career? Or maybe you want to give back to your community?
My client is looking for an energetic, passionate individual to assist running one of their various charity stores across southwest London, providing high-quality second-hand goods. This rapidly growing retail division is looking for a talented and innovative person to be a part of their ambitious plans.
In this hands-on role, you will support and guide your team of volunteers as well as your shop manager to become a high performing result driven team.
- Supporting the Shop Manager in day to day running of the shop
- Displaying donated stock in a visually appealing manner to create a high-end shop feel and help maximise sales
- Achieving agreed sales targets
- Selecting and pricing items appropriately
- Working with the manager to recruit, train and motivate a team of volunteers
- Stepping up as Shop Manager when required, attending meetings, and taking on necessary management duties
- Ensuring agreed sales targets and expenditure for the shop is achieved
- always Delivering excellent customer service
- Keeping up to date with Health & Safety guidelines to ensure staff and customers are kept safe
- Managing the Gift Aid processes
- Ensuing accurate cashing up is completed daily, completing weekly returns and dispatch documents
- Being a key holder
- Experience working within a charity shop or a background in high street retail.
- Communications skills. This is key when working with your team to ensure your shop runs smoothly.
- Problem solver and decision maker.
- Adequate level of numeracy
- At least two years experience in a retail environment.
If you believe you have what it takes to be our next shop manager, please apply now. Or alternatively send me your CV to Sadie.email@example.com !
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