Area Manager

Selecta UK Ltd
15 Feb 2017
15 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Fully Expensed Company Car, Private Health Care, 25 Days Holiday, Pension Scheme & Discount Scheme

Selecta is the leading vending and coffee services company in Europe with a turnover of 740m Euros and employs 4’300 employees. Founded and headquartered in Switzerland in 1957, Selecta has grown its geographic market presence to 18 countries across Europe.

Selecta serves 6 million consumers every day at its 140’000 point of sales addressing the growing need for out of home food and beverage services at the workplace and on the go.

Selecta’s Swiss roots stand for service excellence, high quality product offering and innovative concepts for out of home food and beverage services.

We are now looking for an experienced Area Manager for the West London, Reading, Slough and Heathrow areas to join us. You will have experience in managing a team and leading the day-to-day operational activity throughout the area.

As well as managing a large team remotely, you will be responsible for managing and controlling stock and cash in line with Selecta procedures. The role is very much based around compliance, so attention to detail is essential.

This is a very involved role, essential for the success of the business. You will be liaising closely with the Regional Manager and will support in the operational performance targets and standards being achieved.

Experience/Skills/Knowledge required:

  • Experience in closely managing daily stock and cash loss.
  • Customer Service Skills.
  • Experience in managing a team, including experience of misconduct and capability.
  • Skills in multi-tasking and working within a pressurised environment.
  • Knowledge and Experience in Health & Safety Regulations.
  • Experience in problem-solving and prioritising workload.
  • Attention to Detail.
  • Excellent Organisational Skills

Selecta are an equal opportunities employer. Employment is subject to a successful 13 week probationary period, 2 satisfactory reference checks and a DBS/CRB check. Documented proof of right to work in the UK must also be provided if successful and progress to interview.