Stock Manager, Outlet store

Ted Baker London - San Francisco, CA3.7


Ted's Story

Established in 1988, Ted Baker London has grown from its humble roots as a shirt specialist in Glasgow, to a global lifestyle brand with over 100 locations in Europe, the US, Australia, the Middle East, Far East and Southeast Asia. As 'no ordinary designer label', Ted Baker offers menswear, womenswear, accessories (and everything in between), and is renowned for high quality and a distinctive use of pattern and color. The brand's unconventional approach to fashion, irreverent sense of humor and, above all, unswerving attention to detail, appeals to style-conscious men and women who trust Ted to deliver that certain something... a little out of the ordinary.

So, You Think You've Got What it Takes. . .

Our approach is "no ordinary" and so are our people. Ted is looking for talenTED new recruits to join his expanding US team. A sharp CV is a good start but experience alone doesn't always count for everything. If you're a fashionable lad or lass and know the difference between a loo and a lift, then you might just make the cut. And don't forget, Ted has a soft spot for the cheeky, innovative, creative and flirty. If this is music to your ears, then you may very well have found your next home.

Our mission is to build a successful company through the creation of a leading designer brand. By conducting ourselves in an efficient and courteous manner, and by maintaining Ted’s high standards and integrity, we pride ourselves in always being in a position to satisfy the needs of our customer. In order to protect the ethos and persona for which we have gained an enviable reputation, we always ask ourselves the question: ‘Would Ted do it that way?”


To assist the Management Team in managing the retail store engaged in selling Ted Baker merchandise by correct use of all resources available; team motivation, inspirational leadership, developing teams who can deliver exemplary service and professionalism.

Roles, responsibilities and duties include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Assigns duties to workers and schedules break periods.
  • Trains workers in store policies, department procedures, and job duties.
  • Orders merchandise, supplies and equipment.
  • Records delivery of merchandise, compares record with merchandise ordered, and reports discrepancies to control costs and maintain correct inventory levels.
  • Inspects merchandise to ensure it is correctly priced and displayed.
  • Recommends additions to or deletions of merchandise to be sold in department.
  • Prepares sales and inventory reports.
  • Listens to customers complaints, examines returned merchandise, and resolves problems to restore and promote good public relations.
  • Assists sales workers in completing difficult sales.
  • Sells merchandise.
  • Installs and removes department cash-register-receipt tape and audits cash receipts.
  • Plans department layout or merchandise or advertising display.
  • Stamps, marks or tags price on merchandise.

Supervisor Responsibilities

  • Supervise employees in the sales, visuals, inventory and the general running of the shop floor.


Job Type: Full-time