General Manager

Racetrac Petroleum, Inc. Hapeville , GA 30354

Posted 4 days ago

Guest Focused, fast-paced service with a smile.

Your workday will fly. Our guests are the best and we do whatever it takes to make their visit a pleasant one. It takes a lot of hard work and energy to keep our stores guest friendly, inviting, clean, and well stocked, but it's worth it. Our team members love working with people. You will look forward to contributing to a winning team and seeing your regular RaceTrac guests return again and again. Greeting your guests and thanking them as they leave. Making a guest's day!

As a General Manager, you play a crucial role in the company's success as you are given responsibilities for the day-to-day management of a multi-million dollar retail operation. It's impossible to list all of the tasks and responsibilities you'll experience regularly, but your typical day would include many of these responsibilities:

  • Manage the entire store operation

  • Provide the highest level of service

  • Ensure and promote a safe workplace and safe product handling

  • Address any guest concerns on designated shifts

  • Provide a high level of retail and food safety execution

  • Greet all guests

  • Supervise, coach and train store team members

  • Ring up guests on an electronic cash register

  • Ensure the store is clean and well maintained

  • Control inventory

  • Create store team members schedules

  • Receives vendor deliveries

  • Provide prompt, efficient, and courteous service

  • Stock shelves and coolers

  • Perform routine maintenance and repair equipment

  • Update prices and post new signage to reflect current promotions and sales opportunities

  • Receive vendor deliveries

  • Make a guest's day special

Requirements

  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and to repeatedly bend, stand, twist, kneel, crouch, pull, push, carry, grasp, reach, and stoop as needed, with infrequent breaks.
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General Manager

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