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Assistant Store Manager
Job Title: Assistant Store Manager
Location: Thanet Area
Salary: £31,770 to £38,745 dependent on experience
Do you want to be part of the fastest growing supermarket in the UK?
Aldi is the UKs fifth largest and fastest-growing supermarket with 800 stores and more than 30,000 employees. Aldi was crowned Grocer of the Year 2018 at the Grocer Gold Awards, which celebrate outstanding achievement and practice across the grocery sector. Judges singled out Aldis market-beating growth and its willingness and ability to adapt to the needs of UK shoppers.
Aldi is the official supermarket partner of Team GB and ensures every member of the team has access to fresh healthy Aldi food via monthly shopping vouchers, and that they will learn about the benefits of cooking fresh, healthy food via its Get Set to Eat Fresh education initiative. Aldi has been a partner since 2015 and extended its commitment to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
Aldi is on the lookout for an experienced Assistant Store Manager to run and help manage their Thanet Stores and help contribute to their growing success. As an Aldi Assistant Store Manager, no day will be the same. One day you could be managing and coaching a team, the next you might be managing stock movement and freshness. You will be expected to deputise for the Store Manager when needed, implementing and executing all company instructions.
Aldi is a company that loves to consistently award their employees, this is why they offer a guaranteed salary increase for the first five years of employment, with Assistant Store Managers being able to earn up to a maximum of £38,745 per year.
THE ROLE KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
- Managing, coaching and developing a team
- Ensure customer satisfaction is delivered through efficient use of the team, and driving retail store standards and availability
- Lead and manage the retail store team
- Ensure the retail store complies with all health and safety procedures
- Motivate, train and develop your team, identifying development needs and stars for the future
- Plan and prioritise all store operational tasks to achieve excellence
- Manage and oversee all necessary store administration
- Manage stock movement, freshness, store availability and stock integrity
- Drive the store to meet and exceed all targets
- Deputise for the Store Manager, implement and execute all company instructions
- Understand the customer of your store, anticipate their needs and ensure they experience best in class customer service
- Ensure staff levels are adequate to achieve core business day to day goals and meet customer expectations
- Manage the overall replenishment process
Whatever your background, you will be ready to meet the challenge of driving one of the most successful retail stores and your own retail management career to further success and high rewards. Our client wants to meet people capable of leading and motivating their teams to achieve ambitious performance targets. You will understand the emphasis they put on customer satisfaction and you will be a highly effective team player who works closely with your retail Store Manager.
- Experience of retail management or food retail would be an advantage, although any hospitality, leisure or retail management background will be considered
- Ability to motivate a team to deliver is essential
- Ability to lead and work pro-actively within a team
- Experience of managing a service focused environment with a passion for setting and achieving results through yourself and others
- Strong communication skills
- Dedicated to a customer service culture
- Committed to retail operational excellence
- Can demonstrate a genuine desire for people
- Problem-solving and decision making comes naturally
COMMUTABLE LOCATIONS: Thanet, Margate, Ramsgate, Brooksend, St Nicholas At Wade
KEYWORDS: Store Manager, Assistant Manager, Department Manager, Retail, Leisure, Hospitality, Deputy Manager, Section Manager, Trading Manager, Lead Manager.
This role is being handled by McCarthy Recruitment, an award winning behavioural leadership recruitment consultancy covering the whole of the UK. McCarthy is like no other recruitment agency you will have worked with, our difference is our commitment to providing a professional and personalised recruitment service of the highest quality.
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