Position Summary :
The Associate Store Leader is responsible for the day to day store operation, as well as the people who work there in the manager is not present or during any periods of absence. Duties include hiring, coaching/discipline, training, scheduling, product orders, tracking damaged/waste products, all store inventories, daily banking, daily, weekly, and monthly paperwork. The manager is on call and must have a working telephone.
About Us :
Experience Required: 1 to 3 years
Experience Desired: Supervisory Experience, Customer Service/Retail Experience
Education Required: High school diploma or equivalent
Certification or Licensing Preferred: Food Safety
Lifting Requirement: Up to 50 pounds
Age Requirement: At least 18 years of age
Assume all manager responsibilities when the manager is not present or during any periods of absence such as days off, sick leave, vacation, etc.
Accurately complete daily reports and review daily close reports.
Responsible for accuracy and integrity of inventory
Responsible for daily bank deposits, picking up change orders, loading safe, ATM, etc.
Determine and place weekly product order based on established company guidelines. Responsible for scanning in orders/vendors.
All back office duties
Hire, train, coach and discipline of all store personnel
Plan and prepare store personnel work schedules
Responsible for (direct) supervision of all shifts, using shift duty sheets to verify completion of duties Responsible for covering shifts when employees call in or don't show up
Perform team member responsibilities including and not limited to cashiering
Ensure compliance of store personnel with policies and procedures, including established security, sales, and record keeping procedures and practices
Assist customers and respond to customer's complaints or inquiries
Responsible for merchandising the store according to company guidelines
Execution of promotions and marketing
Manage labor according to company guidelines
Responsible for multiple a day fuel pricing surveys to ensure competitive pricing of fuel