Assistant Store Manager Resume Sample

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Assistant Store Manager

  • Oversee daily store operations. Ensure daily and monthly sales goals are met.
  • Maintain Profit/Loss and Inventory Control goals set fort by corporate management.
  • Assisted in all areas necessary to ensure assigned departments are running efficiently.
  • Responsible for making sure employees adhered to scheduled work hours, lunch and break schedules.

Assistant Store Manager

  • Effectively schedule and manage 50-75 people weekly for success of front end operations.
  • Responsible for all cash handling within the store to ensure we are properly in line with Walmart’s expectations.
  • Compliance Champion for location which entails a weekly inspection for food safety, hazardous materials audit, fire safety and proper execution within TLE (tire lube express) for all safety expectations.
  • Leading my team of customer service managers to become leaders versus mangers in daily operations.

Assistant Store Manager

  • Experienced in navigating teams through changing business environments.
  • Strong Background in marketing, business development, and project management.
  • Experience in creating and submitting sales reports on a periodic basis, ensuring that all set goals and targets are achieved.

Assistant Store Manager

  • Daily inventory control and shipping, receiving, processing inventory for recalls and transfers, ensuring all new product gets entered accurately into store sales system.
  • Store product knowledge specialist for new and current staff, testing on a monthly basis to ensure all sales associates product knowledge is up to date as well as training new associates on properly opening and closing the store.
  • Assist store manager tracking daily and monthly store budget and penetration.

Assistant Store Manager

  • Assessing a customer’s needs and finding the right garment for them.
  • Showing customer how to maximize value and versatility of garment by adding accessories.
  • Processing incoming and outgoing orders, training others on store policies and procedures and handling customer service issues when they arise.
  • Visual merchandising, setting up fixtures and displays and dressing mannequins.

Assistant Store Manager

  • Daily store operating procedures including opening, closing, and POS operations.
  • Visual merchandising involving planning, shipment processing, floor plan mapping, and execution of all floorsets.
  • Inventory processes such as shipment receiving and processing, replenishment, supply orders, and merchandise orders.

Assistant Store Manager

  • Directed sales floor activities ensuring excellence in customer service and resolving store level problems.
  • Oversaw personnel management interviewing hiring training mentoring/coaching and evaluating.
  • Applied strategies that improved shrink percentages.
  • Supported sales floor by implementing process improvements.

Assistant Store Manager

  • Gain business insight and create action plans that improve execution and results.
  • Possesses a working knowledge and support optimization of labor scheduling; may include writing, editing and / or reviewing weekly schedule, while maintaining payroll budget.
  • Communicate effectively with Supervisor, management team, associates and peers.
  • Execute monthly floorset changes and make shopkeeper decisions based on customer.

Assistant Store Manager

  • Focus on merchandise presentation/ordering & developing subject areas to meet sales expectations.
  • Visual Merchandising and maintaining of book-floor changes to meet company standards.
  • Leadership and Management roles including Payroll, Staffing, Loss Prevention & Inventory.

Assistant Store Manager

  • Strong interpersonal skills resulting in exceptional rapport with people.
  • Proven success in initiating, promoting and maintaining strong interpersonal relations.
  • Able to deal courteously, professionally, and tactfully with the general public in a variety of circumstances.

Assistant Store Manager

  • I started a year ago as an associate and within six months I proved my self and became assistant manager.
  • My position as an associate and assistant manager is cashiering, cleaning the store, front facing all shelves, assisting with shipments, stocking, working on plan-o-guides, taking deposit to bank, and doing paperwork.
  • Also building a relationship with customers, learning what they like and recommending new items.

Assistant Store Manager

  • Responsible for opening of the store which includes register count and backup change funds.
  • Managed receiving of merchandise as well as placing orders to keep up with store demand.
  • In charge of taking / preparing of catering orders, gift orders, and in store delivery orders and meeting customer’s needs.
  • Employee management while maintaining a positive and productive work environment.

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