Free People Manager In Training

Free People - Buffalo, NY (30+ days ago)4.0

MANAGER IN TRAINING (MIT) | Roles & Responsibilities

Reports To: Store Brand Leader


To create a unique, innovative and inspirational customer experience; encompassing the Free People lifestyle and brand image, while maintaining all store operations and goals, resulting in driving sales and ensuring a profitable store.


Meet or exceed store sales plan and payroll goal
Serve as a proactive mentor, teacher and problem solver for the sales team
Motivate and inspire the store team through a strong store presence and consistently leading by example
Maintain business awareness, and drive sales in order to achieve and exceed goals
Promote and maintain a high standard for overall Customer Care, Operations and Loss Prevention
Ensure the use of all Customer Care resources and initiatives

Gain proficiencies in the following areas:
Manager on duty responsibilities
Store opening and closing functions
Store Operations
Markdowns and transfers
Adhere to all "typical day" guidelines
Perform all sales functions
Facilitate the zones of the floor based on business needs
Review and maintain a resource library of training tools
Assist the Visual ASM with the implementation of merchandising and display objectives
Create and maintain the store communication boards utilizing weekly and seasonal Home Office communication
Uphold all company Policy and Procedure

Sound like a good fit?

If you are ready to lead and inspire a team of positive, dynamic individuals, please apply. We look forward to reviewing your unique qualifications. You can learn more about Free People and all URBN brands at


As an Free People employee, your well-being is amongst our highest priorities. We offer a fabulous merchandise discount, an employer-matched 401(k) plan, qualified transportation credit, a generous employee referral program and much more.

The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.