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Assistant Store Manager - Arden Fair Mall 2594 Job In Sacramento, California

Published 2021-10-14
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Assistant Store Manager - Arden Fair Mall 2594 Job In Sacramento, California
United States, California, Sacramento,
Published October 14, 2021

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Assistant store manager - arden fair mall 2594


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As an Assistant Store Manager, you will support the Store Manager to build a team that delivers results through providing an amazing customer experience.  You also share the responsibility to execute all store operations and maintain a visually appealing store.  You create a positive environment that develops and engages your managers, associates and customers every day. You love being part of a winning team and you bring your energy to work every day.



The Assistant Store Manager reports to the Store Manager.



 



Who You Are:



Ambitious and passionate



Engaging personality who attracts great talent



Demonstrates a competitive spirit and desire to win



Team player with an entrepreneurial spirit



Thrives in a fast-paced environment



Able to adapt to change and take on more responsibilities



Self motivated



Stylish with a love of fashion



Responsibilities:

As the Assistant Store Manager you will:



Work together with the Store Manager to create action plans to achieve store sales and statistical goals



Communicate clear expectations and hold store associates and yourself accountable to achieving results



Motivate associates to perform at a high level by creating a fun, challenging and rewarding culture



Create an amazing customer experience and continually provide feedback to associates on the sales floor



Support the Store Manager to ensure store standards for merchandising and operations are met consistently



Take initiative to learn about all aspects of the business; share ideas to drive the business



Be a role model for our values of respect, integrity, teamwork, compassion, accountability and inclusivity



Qualifications:

You will also have:



2+ years as a Co Manager/Assistant Manager in similar volume, apparel business



Proven track record of exceeding sales and statistical expectations



A positive attitude and lots of energy



A passion for people – both customers and your team



Confidence to give and receive meaningful feedback



Ability to do multiple things at the same time



Strong merchandising skills and an eye for visual details



Initiative to continue self-development



Required Skills:

•Ability to work a flexible schedule (which includes nights, weekend and vacation availability)

•Ability to bend, lift, open and move product and fixtures up to 50 lbs., as needed

•Ability to travel to other store locations (if needed) and attend district meetings



SPARC Group LLC is an equal opportunity employer. We value a culture of inclusion and diversity within our workforce, and are committed to maintaining a workplace free from prohibited employment conduct, including discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, domestic partner status, civil partnership, status as a covered veteran, status in the Uniformed Services of the United States, citizenship and any other characteristic protected by law (“Protected Characteristics”).



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    Sparc Group, Llc
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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