Must be able to relocate into the Jackson, WY area
The Store Director oversees the entire management and operation of the store including retail sales and food service in order to maximize sales, net profits, and store productivity. Responsibilities include customer service, monitoring fuel dispensers, cash control, cash register operation, cleaning, stocking and other duties as assigned. Provide prompt, efficient, effective, and courteous quality service to the customer, as well as maintain the conditions of the store to the quality and safety standards set by the Company.
Quarterly and annual bonus potential
Earn PTO starting day one
Medical, Dental and Vision insurance for full-time employees
$75 annual gym reimbursement
401k with company match
$15,000 company paid life insurance
50% discount on in-store food/drink items purchased while on shift.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Perform all duties of store positions
Maintains staffing level at the store by following the Company Selection and Hiring process
Supervises and trains store employees by assigning duties and demonstrating desired tasks or activities to ensure excellent performance
Assists in the career development of you employees
Responsible for the performance management of all store employees; administer corrective discipline where needed, and counsel and discharge your employees where necessary while ensuring all necessary documentation is completed according to Company policy
Takes action to ensure a highly satisfied, dedicated, and committed staff of employees
Promotes excellent service; resolve customer complaints in a timely and professional manner
Ensures merchandise is available, stocked and attractively displayed
Leads operations on a 24-hour/7-day a week basis
Implements all applicable Company programs and promotions
Spends time carrying out routine duties, including customer checkout, food preparation, cleaning, stocking, ordering, etc.
Ensures effective store operations including, but not limited to, inventory and cash control, bank deposits, daily reports, staff meetings, work schedules, shift checkout procedures as well as food service quality, availability, appearance, efficiency of production, pulls, etc.
Accountable for productivity & costs associated with store as measured by work ratio
Inspects store facilities and equipment for safety, cleanliness, and proper working order, submitting reports or requests for repairs, maintenance and safety
Safeguards and accounts for all money received and disbursed, ensuring that all monies are safely and accurately deposited in bank or prepared for pick up by armored car service (depending on assigned store) daily
Orders merchandise accurately on a timely basis, ensuring that proper check-in procedures are followed, pricing is correct, and inventory is stocked as required
Ensures that all required store paperwork and reports are accurate and you submit them on time.
Reviews the store's monthly profit/loss statement, vendor analysis and retail reports, and recommend action to improve the operation
Follow all city, county, state, and federal laws affecting store operations
Serves as Safety Coordinator for the store
Ability to stand and/or walk for entire shift
Ability to lift and/or carry up to 50 pounds from ground to waist level
Ability to bend at waist with some twisting during workday
Ability to work with arms bent all day
Ability to stoop, kneel, and/or crouch while working
Ability to push and pull with arms up to 20 pounds (i.e. utilizing a hand truck)
Ability to grasp, reach and manipulate objects with hands throughout workday; requires hand-eye coordination and may require bilateral coordination of hands
Additional responsibilities as assigned
Deep understanding of food safety principles including FIFO, cross-contamination, and temperatures for storing, holding, reheating and serving safe food
Local food handler permit required, as well as ServSafe certification, or ability to become ServSafe certified within 30 days
Strong interpersonal skills
Comprehensive time management skills; know how to work smarter, not harder
Basic problem solving and analytical skills
Proficient with basic computer skills
Proven ability to stay calm and confident under pressure, while delivering outstanding customer service
Multitask, as well as prioritize and delegate activities as needed
Treats others better than they expect to be treated
Makes Maverik a great place to work by developing leaders and always working to unleash your team's talents
Makes Maverik a great operator for our customers by fixing problems where they start and being able to adapt and improvise to accomplish any mission
Makes Maverik a great growth company by always being prepared for the unexpected and always challenging your team to do things better
Maverik was founded by Reuel Call in Afton, Wyo., in 1928, and has grown to over 315 stores in 12 states to become the largest independent convenience store chain in the Intermountain West. Maverik currently employs 5,000 Adventure Guides and has ambitious growth plans, including expansion into markets west of the Mississippi. As Adventure's First Stop, Maverik lives up to its purpose to build the coolest convenience-experience on the planet.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.