Retail District Manager Resume Sample

These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Retail District Manager resumes for your reference.

District Manager

  • Remained consistently in top 3rd of the company for sales and profit.
  • Charged with ensuring execution of company standards to drive an exceptional shopping experience.
  • Fostered partnerships to grow new businesses and support company strategy with restructuring needs to align with company goals.

District Manager

  • District Manager for 10 retail locations: 6,000-17,000 sq.ft with per store revenue of $11-$13 million in annual sales.
  • Coordinating multi-store operations, Budgeting costs and monthly sales goals.
  • Supervised a team of 100+ including store managers,department managers and assistants manager.
  • Provided leadership and direction in all aspects of operations including staffing, team development, merchandising, loss prevention, and payroll control for the district.

District Manager

  • Responsible for the supervision of all stores within my specified district.
  • Spend a majority of time focusing on sales and operations at each of the assigned store locations.
  • Conduct weekly store visits to ensure adherence to in place policy and procedures.
  • Analyze and monitor sales & transactional data via daily sales reporting in order drive maximum sales results.

District Manager

  • Perform quarterly operational audits to ensure effectiveness and efficiency of operations/sales.
  • Interprets, clarifies, and ensures changes in policies and procedures are communicated.
  • Ability to highly motivate manager’s performance through constant coaching and career development.
  • Demonstrate leadership skills to including the ability to think strategically and lead change.

District Manager

  • Ensured that the district has the appropriate goals, plans and budgets to maximize profitability for all stores.
  • Ensured that the stores within the district have solid store operation routines that contribute to maximizing sales, efficiency and Profit.
  • Ensured that each District team member and Store Manager have the right knowledge to drive the business and develop their own teams while working according to the company strategy and guidelines.

District Manager

  • Manage, develop & mentor 12 Store Managers and oversee an employee population of over 100 FT & PT employees including Assistant Store Managers, Lead Retail Consultants, Retail Consultants & Operations Specialists.
  • Collaborate with internal stake-holders & cross-functional teams such as Marketing, Sales Operations, HR & Corporate Security to address issues, remove risk out of the business and streamline processes & procedures to efficiently increase productivity, course correct store operational issues and mitigate risk to improve store/district P&L.
  • Oversee hiring/termination/promotions/disciplinary action/accountability within specified region.

District Manager

  • Oversee multi-units in aspects of sales & operations including staffing, team development, merchandising, budget & profitability for a 7-location district, total of 55 employees with yearly revenue of over $10 million.
  • Maintain full accountability for P&L; managing budgets, expenses& execution within territory; successfully designed training programs which cut costs by 30%.
  • Performed human resources function including recruitment, training, scheduling, coaching & disciplining employees; decreased turnover rate by 15%.
  • Implemented sales frameworks, processes, and tools, building a broken territory from the ground up.

District Manager

  • Directed staff development programs to increase revenue and ticket spend in the commercial and retail business through implementing store report cards that were reviewed weekly with Core staff in store.
  • Raised growth of business from 2%-5% over last year with program.
  • Empowered store teams to execute exceptional customer service consistently:analyzed Speed Perks Loyalty scores to identify key drivers and developed action plans resulting in a 5% increase in sign ups weekly and an increase in ticket spend from $20.50-22.50.
  • Managed districts controllable expenses:managed labor expenses through reviewing schedules written against actual results,Managers reported every other day on labor trend and actions to hit labor target.

District Manager

  • Proactively analyze business needs, identify opportunities, and create/execute improvement plans.
  • Promote positive customer experience through modeling great customer service and handling escalations promptly.
  • Demonstrate solid technical competence for all products and services sold.
  • Engage in and lead community activities inside and outside of store to support business goals.

District Manager

  • Assist in the hiring and training of new staff and opened eight new locations across the country.
  • Achieved an annual sales volume of $18M and a comp sale growth of 6%.
  • Invite as speaker at the 2016 Dunkin’ Donuts DAC meeting to present hiring, on-boarding, training and retention tactics created in our organization to the field organization including franchisees, district managers and regional vice presidents.
  • Establish performance plans to drive sales and increase productivity.
  • Cultivate team environment and produce fourteen Store Managers, four Multi-unit Managers, a Regional Trainer and a District Manager.

District Manager

  • Began as a manager for two locations and was subsequently asked to assist in managing a multi-million dollar a year retail territory by the owner.
  • Responsible for financial tasks; payroll, minor bookkeeping, sales/goal tracking, deposits and account reconciliation.
  • Responsible for personnel relations; hiring, training, scheduling and managing.
  • Responsible for overseeing the launching of new stores including location prep, buildup and merchandising, as well as communicating professionally with Corporate, Mall and Vendors Reps.

District Manager

  • Supervises all sales and business development functions, including new product and promo rollouts.
  • Provides continuous education and coaching to all levels of store staff: trains personnel in effective selling, inventory control, merchandising techniques, customer service protocols, and product lines.
  • Constant recruiting to keep all stores well staffed, along with getting all necessary paperwork to HR.

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