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A wholesale store manager is responsible for leading others, driving growth and profits. Overall, a manager is responsible for all store operations to improve market penetration, provide excellent customer service and generate an increased return on investment.  Managers identify new customers and revenue opportunities for the store. They assist outside sales in identifying, developing and maintaining wholesale accounts.

Day to day operations may include supervising, directing, managing, counselling, and training of subordinates. In addition, duties include the analyses and driving of sales volume, identification and solution of business problems, creation and implementation of competitive strategies and managing productivity standards.

Provides professional, timely and courteous service by listening carefully to customers, presenting products clearly, and teaming with technicians. Demonstrates a positive, helpful attitude as well as professional conduct and appearance at all times.



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Average Salaries by Region

Canada $68,829
Alberta $79,245
Ontario $67,132
Quebec $55,928
Region Average Salary
Canada $68,829
British Columbia $76,224
Alberta $79,245
Saskatchewan & Manitoba $69,459
Ontario $67,132
Quebec $55,928
Atlantic Provinces $50,970


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Forecast: Total jobs over 5 years

Region 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
BC 1,993 2,097 2,134 2,167 2,200 2,233
Alberta 2,288 2,365 2,391 2,414 2,438 2,462
Saskatchewan & Manitoba 1,330 1,370 1,381 1,391 1,401 1,412
Ontario 6,060 6,364 6,448 6,519 6,585 6,646
Quebec 4,191 4,345 4,371 4,390 4,411 4,435
Atlantic provinces 1,294 1,328 1,329 1,329 1,329 1,330


Full Time vs. Part Time Overall


Full Time in 2018

80%

Part Time in 2018

20%

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Region Full Time Part Time
B.C. 89% 10%
Alberta 63% 36%
Saskatchewan & Manitoba 79% 20%
Ontario 79% 20%
Quebec 93% 6%
Atlantic 47% 52%


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Gender Breakdown

Men and Women Working in the Aftermarket Sector


Males in 2017

84%

Females in 2017

16%
Age Range Percentage
Less than 20 3%
20-29 5%
30-39 11%
40-49 36%
50-59 19%
60+ 8%

  • High School diploma or equivalent.
  • Experience with customer service and/or automotive is an asset.
  • Candidates may be expected to lift weights up to 50lbs.
  • Previous experience is generally required.

On average store managers have

13 years of experience

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Avg. Years Experience Breakdown

Less than 1 year 5%
1-5 years 32%
Over Five Years 63%

Avg. Years Experience Breakdown

Experience Percentage
Less than 1 year 5%
1-5 years 32%
Over Five Years 63%


Wholesale Establishment Managing Supervisor (Prime Deals International Ltd.)

Prime Deals International Ltd. A wholesale store manager is responsible for leading others, driving growth and profits. Overall, a manager is responsible for all store operations to improve market penetration, provide excellent customer service and generate an increased return on investment.  Managers identify new customers and revenue opportunities for the store. They assist outside sales in identifying, developing and […]
  • Surrey, BC
  • 9 days ago
  • Canada Job Bank
  • Management & entrepreneurship


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