Store Manager – V&A Waterfront Naartjie


  • Date Listed 26/11/2014
  • Location

    Green Point & Waterfront, Atlantic Seaboard

  • Advertised By Private
  • Job Type Full-Time

Store Manager

A position has become available for a Store Manager in our Western Cape region, Naartjie Kids V&A Waterfront.  Reporting to the Regional Manager, the Store Manager will be responsible to lead and manage the overall operational functions within the store environment and to ensure overall performance of the store in line with the goals. The position requires a dynamic Leader who is able to actively recruit, retain, lead, develop & motivated team members to sell, offer service excellence & minimize stock loss.  We are seeking to appoint a financially astute, sales orientated person who has the passion and drive to grow the business.

 

Desired skills & expertise

·         A Tertiary qualification in Sales & Retail Management or related field

·         At least 3 years retail experience in a management position

·         Merchandising Skills

·         Working knowledge of HR principles & best practise

·         Knowledge of South African Labour Law

·         Well-developed interpersonal & communication skills

·         A conscious Manager with high emotional intelligence

·         Sound working knowledge of MS Office & a Point of Sale System

·         A highly efficient & organized administrator

·         A methodical thinker with a natural aptitude for sales

·         Sound numeracy skills & knowledge of budget management

·         A good command of english & competent writing skills

·         A robust & resilient Manager who is able to perform under pressure

·         A charismatic & inspirational Leader who is able to drive a high performance culture within the warm, family orientated & caring Naartjie Kids environment

 

 

Interested applicants must please submit their CV to the Regional Manager Neimah Fortune at neimah@naartje.co.za by 1 December 2014.  Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted and interviewed.


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