Assistant Store Manager - Austin

Fossil Austin , TX 78719

Posted 2 months ago

Who We Are

At Fossil, we dare to dream, disrupt, and deliver in a better way. Our goal is simple - bring innovation, style, and connectivity to an industry ripe for change.

Fossil is on a mission to revamp the way fashion accessories are done. We are committed to creating great watches, jewelry, handbags, small leather goods and wearables by investing in technology and long-term value creation. With our diverse portfolio of proprietary and licensed brands, along with department stores, specialty stores, eCommerce websites, and company-owned and operated retail stores, we are building a leading fashion- and tech-forward accessories company. Are you in?

Make An Impact

Our Assistant Store Managers make an impact by strategically recruiting, training, and developing a productive store team whose primary focus is promoting our brand while offering exceptional customer service. They inspire and encourage teamwork towards successfully achieving sales goals while upholding daily operations and creating a fun environment.

We are looking for people who embody our core values; Authenticity, we are all in with our unique selves. Everyone is different at Fossil and we love it!

Grit, we push through, we bounce back and we set our sights on the prize & go after it. Curiosity, we ask what if? What's next?

Sense of Humour, we don't take ourselves too seriously. Yeah, seriously. Making an Impact, we go big.

We perform. We make a difference.



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Assistant Store Manager - Austin

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