As an Assistant Store Manager, you will assist the Store Manager with store operation and implementation of our company's Servant Leadership - Integrity, Guest Focus, Accountability, Recognition, Excellent Execution, People and Teamwork. You'll learn about 7-Eleven's Retailer Initiative strategy, and be trained on our Retail Information System inventory management and ordering technology. You'll also assist with managing the store staff - coaching, training, feedback and scheduling - after completion of the required training and certifications.
Getting ThereWe believe great training is the foundation for exceptional performance. The Assistant Store Manager training program teaches you the retail business using our state-of-the-art Retail Information System and Career Path training through hands-on and Computer Based Training.What's In It For You?7-Eleven is committed to creating an environment that encourages and rewards excellence, and provides a range of benefits for eligible employees that includes: Competitive rate of pay Medical, dental, vision and insurance benefits Short-term disability benefits Employee assistance program Paid Time Off Profit Sharing/401(k) Plan And more Are You Ready?
What Will You Do? Forecast, order, stock and merchandise product (upon completion of training) Aid in ensuring prompt reconciliation of store operations paperwork Ensure prompt, efficient and courteous guest service Aid in maintaining a clean, guest friendly environment in the store
The Assistant Store Manager position requires the following: High School Diploma or equivalent required Six to nine months experience as an Assistant Manager; or an equivalent combination of education and experience Strong mathematics ability Strong written and oral communications skills Desire to be part of a performance-driven team
Physical Requirements:The Assistant Store Manager position requires frequent walking and standing with occasional reaching, climbing, stooping, and sitting, kneeling and crouching / squatting. Occasional lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling of approximately 20 - 40 pounds is required.