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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Education, Training & Experience
- 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.
- Surrey, BC
- 9 days ago
- Canada Job Bank
- Management & entrepreneurship
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