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3rd Key, Vancouver, Lids

Published 2022-06-25
Expires 2022-07-25
ID #1060751265
Free
3rd Key, Vancouver, Lids
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver,
Published June 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: 3rd key


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General Description


Generate Sales
Produce sales gains, by providing customer service.
To meet or exceed Company Objectives in all individual statistics.
Learn to provide consistent, documented appraisal of an associate’s sales performance. Provide support by giving feedback on areas of strength and opportunity while keeping in line with Company Objectives.
Adhere to current visual guidelines includes: proper merchandising, signage and store cleanliness.
Maintain a professional appearance consistent with Dress Code Policy.
 
Principle Duties and Responsibilities


Control Expenses
Protect Company assets within guidelines of LIDS Retail policies.
Assist in preparation of store schedules that provide proper store coverage and are within the Company guidelines for wage control.
Follow all policies to accurately manage store inventory including receiving, transferring, completing price changes and conducting product counts.
Perform proper documentation and record keeping per LIDS Retail policies as well as state and federal laws.
Open and close the store as required following the procedures per the Operations P&P Manual.
Support and adhere to all LIDS policies, procedures, and guidelines.
 

Supervise Associates
Participate in LIDS Training Programs, adhere to set goals (for sales and tasks) and regular follow up.
Assist in recruiting and training store personnel on proper store operations and procedures.
Encourage store associates’ direct compliance of established company policies, procedures and guidelines including (but not limited to) safekeeping of company inventory, funds and property.
Perform work of subordinates as needed.
Communicate with employees at all levels of the company.
Other duties as assigned.
 
Additional Principle Duties and Responsibilities


Job Required Knowledge & Skills

High school diploma or equivalent plus one year relative experience.
Established ability to produce sales results while minimizing loss.
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate verbally in a clear  professional manner.
Ability to operate a computer, as well as maneuver relative software programs.
Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
Ability to climb a ladder and work with hands overhead.
Standing required for up to 100% of the work time.
Ability to work unsupervised.
 
Education

Less Than High School Graduate
High School Graduate or Equivalent

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