Salary £22,500 - £24,500 per Annum - Based on experienceSTORE MANAGER - KEY SKILLS
As a Store Manager you must be able to demonstrate a proven track record in retail, ideally within the jewellery sector. Be team and sales orientated, be able to motivate and lead as well as being able to assume responsibility, have an interest for jewellery and watch sector, with a passion for providing excellent service to every customer, confident, outgoing and with a belief in your own ability. You should also possess an enthusiastic and positive outlook and be able to project a great first impression.
- Face to Face communication skills
- Customer Focused
- Desire to achieve targets
- Word & Excel Knowledge
- Jewellery Management experience
- Ability to motivate staff to achieve maximum performance
In return, we will provide a comprehensive training package in all aspects of jewellery and watch product knowledge plus sales training and opportunities for career progression.BENEFITS INCLUDE
- Modern Working Environment
- Excellent Rates of Pay
- Generous Staff Discount
- First Class Training Programme
- Pension Scheme
Outlet Centre shopping villages give manufacturers and retailers the opportunity to sell items directly to the public. All products are sold at substantial discounts from High Street and recommended retail prices. Being in an out of town location the running costs are kept low and many customers can reach the Village with ease. The result is excellent value for money.
We have extensive experience in jewellery retailing and manufacture and pride ourselves on achieving high standards of presentation at all our shops.
The shop specialises in the sale of our own range of gold and silver jewellery and end of season lines from our retail shops and major manufacturers. A significant part of our business is in branded watches from major UK and European manufacturers who license us to sell their end of lines or old season models.
All team members work flexible hours including evenings and weekends. Our policy is to share the unsocial evening and weekend work hours amongst all members of the team - thereby sharing the more onerous hours.
is expected to work extra hours at busy times, especially near to Christmas and when other colleagues are on holiday or absent for any other reason.