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Job Locations US-CA-Palo Alto
Posted Date 15 hours ago(9/29/2020 12:29 AM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25764
Job Locations US-CA-Palo Alto
Posted Date 15 hours ago(9/29/2020 12:28 AM)
The Assistant Manager (ASM) is responsible for all aspects of managing the business in conjunction with the Store Manager.  In the absence of a Store Manager it is the responsibility of the Assistant Manager to oversee all aspects of the business.  The Assistant Manager demonstrates the ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drive profitable top-line sales growth; coaches store associates to achieve sales goals; consistently provides customers with an exceptional shopping experience; and is responsible for managing  the operational execution of the store.  The Assistant Manager should have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.    The Assistant Manager will generally be scheduled a minimum of 35 hours per week. At times the ASM may be schedule up to 40 hours per week and overtime may be required based on the needs of the business.  Overtime is defined as hours worked over 40 or in some states hours worked over 8 in a day.  Any overtime worked must be approved by the Store Manager and District Manager.   ASM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Assistant Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of an Assistant Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The ASM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The ASM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The ASM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.  The ASM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the ASM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The ASM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Assistant Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25763
Job Locations US-TN-Sevierville
Posted Date 16 hours ago(9/28/2020 11:48 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25762
Job Locations US-TX-San Antonio
Posted Date 4 days ago(9/25/2020 9:59 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25761
Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
Posted Date 4 days ago(9/25/2020 9:55 PM)
The Sales Associate role is very important to the success of the store environment.  This position ensures customers have a welcoming and quality experience in the store at all times.  A Sales Associate plays a key role in creating and maintaining a selling focus in the store.  In order to ensure the success of the store, the Sales Associate will be held accountable to achieving personal and Company directed sales goals. This individual also supports company and management initiatives/direction while ensuring adherence to policies and procedures as outlined by the organization.  Sales Associates are scheduled to flex schedule and hours are given based of the needs of the business.   A Sales Associate can handle issues or tasks related to: - Sales - Customer Service - Operations - Merchandising SALES ASSOCIATE COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Sales Associate must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales generator and team player within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a Sales Associate to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Contributes as part of a team through effective communication with both peers and leaders within the store.   Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The Sales Associate drives results and takes action to ensure goals are met and tasks are completed.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable by being resilient and maintaining composure in all situations.    The Sales Associate may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25760
Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
Posted Date 4 days ago(9/25/2020 9:54 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25759
Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
Posted Date 4 days ago(9/25/2020 9:53 PM)
The Assistant Manager (ASM) is responsible for all aspects of managing the business in conjunction with the Store Manager.  In the absence of a Store Manager it is the responsibility of the Assistant Manager to oversee all aspects of the business.  The Assistant Manager demonstrates the ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drive profitable top-line sales growth; coaches store associates to achieve sales goals; consistently provides customers with an exceptional shopping experience; and is responsible for managing  the operational execution of the store.  The Assistant Manager should have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.    The Assistant Manager will generally be scheduled a minimum of 35 hours per week. At times the ASM may be schedule up to 40 hours per week and overtime may be required based on the needs of the business.  Overtime is defined as hours worked over 40 or in some states hours worked over 8 in a day.  Any overtime worked must be approved by the Store Manager and District Manager.   ASM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Assistant Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of an Assistant Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The ASM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The ASM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The ASM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.  The ASM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the ASM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The ASM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Assistant Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25758
Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
Posted Date 4 days ago(9/25/2020 9:52 PM)
The Store Manager (SM) is responsible for overseeing the financial success of the store; ensures positive customer experiences; demonstrates a strong ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drives profitable top-line sales growth and coaches store associates to consistently provide customers with an exceptional shopping experience. The Store Manager understands key business drivers and adjusts the business accordingly.  The Store Manager must also have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.   SM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Store Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a Store Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports, building effective teams and attracting and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives a vision and a purpose.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The SM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The SM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The SM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus, heightened business insight and financial acumen.  The SM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the SM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The SM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Store Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25757
Job Locations US-CT-Danbury
Posted Date 4 days ago(9/25/2020 3:54 AM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25754
Job Locations US-CT-Danbury
Posted Date 4 days ago(9/25/2020 3:52 AM)
The Sales Associate role is very important to the success of the store environment.  This position ensures customers have a welcoming and quality experience in the store at all times.  A Sales Associate plays a key role in creating and maintaining a selling focus in the store.  In order to ensure the success of the store, the Sales Associate will be held accountable to achieving personal and Company directed sales goals. This individual also supports company and management initiatives/direction while ensuring adherence to policies and procedures as outlined by the organization.  Sales Associates are scheduled to flex schedule and hours are given based of the needs of the business.   A Sales Associate can handle issues or tasks related to: - Sales - Customer Service - Operations - Merchandising SALES ASSOCIATE COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Sales Associate must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales generator and team player within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a Sales Associate to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Contributes as part of a team through effective communication with both peers and leaders within the store.   Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The Sales Associate drives results and takes action to ensure goals are met and tasks are completed.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable by being resilient and maintaining composure in all situations.    The Sales Associate may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25753
Job Locations US-GA-Woodstock
Posted Date 4 days ago(9/25/2020 3:48 AM)
The Store Manager (SM) is responsible for overseeing the financial success of the store; ensures positive customer experiences; demonstrates a strong ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drives profitable top-line sales growth and coaches store associates to consistently provide customers with an exceptional shopping experience. The Store Manager understands key business drivers and adjusts the business accordingly.  The Store Manager must also have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.   SM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Store Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a Store Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports, building effective teams and attracting and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives a vision and a purpose.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The SM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The SM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The SM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus, heightened business insight and financial acumen.  The SM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the SM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The SM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Store Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25752
Job Locations US-FL-Miami
Posted Date 5 days ago(9/24/2020 1:26 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25750
Job Locations US-NJ-Jackson
Posted Date 5 days ago(9/24/2020 1:22 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25749
Job Locations US-FL-Orlando
Posted Date 7 days ago(9/22/2020 11:02 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25748
Job Locations US-NJ-Bridgewater
Posted Date 7 days ago(9/22/2020 11:00 PM)
The Store Manager (SM) is responsible for overseeing the financial success of the store; ensures positive customer experiences; demonstrates a strong ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drives profitable top-line sales growth and coaches store associates to consistently provide customers with an exceptional shopping experience. The Store Manager understands key business drivers and adjusts the business accordingly.  The Store Manager must also have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.   SM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Store Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a Store Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports, building effective teams and attracting and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives a vision and a purpose.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The SM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The SM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The SM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus, heightened business insight and financial acumen.  The SM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the SM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The SM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Store Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25747
Job Locations US-TN-Sevierville
Posted Date 7 days ago(9/22/2020 10:58 PM)
The Assistant Manager (ASM) is responsible for all aspects of managing the business in conjunction with the Store Manager.  In the absence of a Store Manager it is the responsibility of the Assistant Manager to oversee all aspects of the business.  The Assistant Manager demonstrates the ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drive profitable top-line sales growth; coaches store associates to achieve sales goals; consistently provides customers with an exceptional shopping experience; and is responsible for managing  the operational execution of the store.  The Assistant Manager should have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.    The Assistant Manager will generally be scheduled a minimum of 35 hours per week. At times the ASM may be schedule up to 40 hours per week and overtime may be required based on the needs of the business.  Overtime is defined as hours worked over 40 or in some states hours worked over 8 in a day.  Any overtime worked must be approved by the Store Manager and District Manager.   ASM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Assistant Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of an Assistant Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The ASM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The ASM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The ASM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.  The ASM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the ASM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The ASM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Assistant Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25746
Job Locations US-MA-Braintree
Posted Date 7 days ago(9/22/2020 10:56 PM)
The Store Manager (SM) is responsible for overseeing the financial success of the store; ensures positive customer experiences; demonstrates a strong ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drives profitable top-line sales growth and coaches store associates to consistently provide customers with an exceptional shopping experience. The Store Manager understands key business drivers and adjusts the business accordingly.  The Store Manager must also have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.   SM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Store Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a Store Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports, building effective teams and attracting and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives a vision and a purpose.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The SM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The SM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The SM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus, heightened business insight and financial acumen.  The SM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the SM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The SM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Store Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25745
Job Locations US-CA-Cabazon
Posted Date 1 week ago(9/21/2020 11:22 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25744
Job Locations US-MD-Columbia
Posted Date 1 week ago(9/21/2020 10:43 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25743
Job Locations US-GA-Savannah
Posted Date 1 week ago(9/21/2020 10:30 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25742
Job Locations US-FL-Sunrise
Posted Date 1 week ago(9/21/2020 10:28 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25741
Job Locations US-FL-Miami
Posted Date 1 week ago(9/21/2020 10:26 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25740
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/18/2020 12:20 AM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25739
Job Locations US-MD-Annapolis
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/17/2020 12:26 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25734
Job Locations US-CO-Lakewood
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/16/2020 11:53 AM)
The Store Manager (SM) is responsible for overseeing the financial success of the store; ensures positive customer experiences; demonstrates a strong ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drives profitable top-line sales growth and coaches store associates to consistently provide customers with an exceptional shopping experience. The Store Manager understands key business drivers and adjusts the business accordingly.  The Store Manager must also have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.   SM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Store Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a Store Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports, building effective teams and attracting and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives a vision and a purpose.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The SM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The SM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The SM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus, heightened business insight and financial acumen.  The SM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the SM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The SM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Store Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25730
Job Locations US-CO-Lonetree
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/14/2020 5:54 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25727
Job Locations US-CA-San Francisco
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/14/2020 5:50 PM)
The Assistant Manager (ASM) is responsible for all aspects of managing the business in conjunction with the Store Manager.  In the absence of a Store Manager it is the responsibility of the Assistant Manager to oversee all aspects of the business.  The Assistant Manager demonstrates the ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drive profitable top-line sales growth; coaches store associates to achieve sales goals; consistently provides customers with an exceptional shopping experience; and is responsible for managing  the operational execution of the store.  The Assistant Manager should have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.    The Assistant Manager will generally be scheduled a minimum of 35 hours per week. At times the ASM may be schedule up to 40 hours per week and overtime may be required based on the needs of the business.  Overtime is defined as hours worked over 40 or in some states hours worked over 8 in a day.  Any overtime worked must be approved by the Store Manager and District Manager.   ASM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Assistant Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of an Assistant Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The ASM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The ASM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The ASM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.  The ASM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the ASM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The ASM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Assistant Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25726
Job Locations US-CO-Broomfield
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/14/2020 5:41 PM)
The Store Manager (SM) is responsible for overseeing the financial success of the store; ensures positive customer experiences; demonstrates a strong ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drives profitable top-line sales growth and coaches store associates to consistently provide customers with an exceptional shopping experience. The Store Manager understands key business drivers and adjusts the business accordingly.  The Store Manager must also have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.   SM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Store Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a Store Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports, building effective teams and attracting and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives a vision and a purpose.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The SM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The SM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The SM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus, heightened business insight and financial acumen.  The SM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the SM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The SM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Store Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25725
Job Locations US-PA-Pittsburgh
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/14/2020 5:39 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25724
Job Locations US-PA-Pittsburgh
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/13/2020 10:15 PM)
The Store Manager (SM) is responsible for overseeing the financial success of the store; ensures positive customer experiences; demonstrates a strong ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drives profitable top-line sales growth and coaches store associates to consistently provide customers with an exceptional shopping experience. The Store Manager understands key business drivers and adjusts the business accordingly.  The Store Manager must also have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.   SM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Store Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a Store Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports, building effective teams and attracting and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives a vision and a purpose.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The SM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The SM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The SM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus, heightened business insight and financial acumen.  The SM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the SM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The SM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Store Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25722
Job Locations US-MI-Troy
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/13/2020 8:29 PM)
The Sales Associate role is very important to the success of the store environment.  This position ensures customers have a welcoming and quality experience in the store at all times.  A Sales Associate plays a key role in creating and maintaining a selling focus in the store.  In order to ensure the success of the store, the Sales Associate will be held accountable to achieving personal and Company directed sales goals. This individual also supports company and management initiatives/direction while ensuring adherence to policies and procedures as outlined by the organization.  Sales Associates are scheduled to flex schedule and hours are given based of the needs of the business.   A Sales Associate can handle issues or tasks related to: - Sales - Customer Service - Operations - Merchandising SALES ASSOCIATE COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Sales Associate must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales generator and team player within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a Sales Associate to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Contributes as part of a team through effective communication with both peers and leaders within the store.   Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The Sales Associate drives results and takes action to ensure goals are met and tasks are completed.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable by being resilient and maintaining composure in all situations.    The Sales Associate may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25721
Job Locations US-MI-Troy
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/13/2020 8:28 PM)
The Assistant Manager (ASM) is responsible for all aspects of managing the business in conjunction with the Store Manager.  In the absence of a Store Manager it is the responsibility of the Assistant Manager to oversee all aspects of the business.  The Assistant Manager demonstrates the ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drive profitable top-line sales growth; coaches store associates to achieve sales goals; consistently provides customers with an exceptional shopping experience; and is responsible for managing  the operational execution of the store.  The Assistant Manager should have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.    The Assistant Manager will generally be scheduled a minimum of 35 hours per week. At times the ASM may be schedule up to 40 hours per week and overtime may be required based on the needs of the business.  Overtime is defined as hours worked over 40 or in some states hours worked over 8 in a day.  Any overtime worked must be approved by the Store Manager and District Manager.   ASM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Assistant Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of an Assistant Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The ASM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The ASM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The ASM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.  The ASM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the ASM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The ASM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Assistant Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25719
Job Locations US-CO-Lakewood
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/13/2020 8:15 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25718
Job Locations US-CA-San Francisco
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/13/2020 8:09 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25717
Job Locations US-CT-Clinton
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/13/2020 7:53 PM)
The Store Manager (SM) is responsible for overseeing the financial success of the store; ensures positive customer experiences; demonstrates a strong ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drives profitable top-line sales growth and coaches store associates to consistently provide customers with an exceptional shopping experience. The Store Manager understands key business drivers and adjusts the business accordingly.  The Store Manager must also have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.   SM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Store Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a Store Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports, building effective teams and attracting and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives a vision and a purpose.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The SM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The SM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The SM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus, heightened business insight and financial acumen.  The SM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the SM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The SM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Store Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25715
Job Locations US-MI-Auburn Hills
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/13/2020 7:46 PM)
The Store Manager (SM) is responsible for overseeing the financial success of the store; ensures positive customer experiences; demonstrates a strong ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drives profitable top-line sales growth and coaches store associates to consistently provide customers with an exceptional shopping experience. The Store Manager understands key business drivers and adjusts the business accordingly.  The Store Manager must also have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.   SM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Store Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a Store Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports, building effective teams and attracting and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives a vision and a purpose.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The SM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The SM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The SM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus, heightened business insight and financial acumen.  The SM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the SM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The SM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Store Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25714
Job Locations US-SC-N Myrtle Beach
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/8/2020 11:48 AM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25709
Job Locations US-VA-Williamsburg
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/8/2020 11:38 AM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25708
Job Locations US-NC-Charlotte
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/8/2020 11:19 AM)
The Store Manager (SM) is responsible for overseeing the financial success of the store; ensures positive customer experiences; demonstrates a strong ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drives profitable top-line sales growth and coaches store associates to consistently provide customers with an exceptional shopping experience. The Store Manager understands key business drivers and adjusts the business accordingly.  The Store Manager must also have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.   SM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Store Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a Store Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports, building effective teams and attracting and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives a vision and a purpose.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The SM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The SM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The SM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus, heightened business insight and financial acumen.  The SM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the SM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The SM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Store Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25707
Job Locations US-CA-Livermore Valley
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/8/2020 11:20 AM)
The Assistant Manager (ASM) is responsible for all aspects of managing the business in conjunction with the Store Manager.  In the absence of a Store Manager it is the responsibility of the Assistant Manager to oversee all aspects of the business.  The Assistant Manager demonstrates the ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drive profitable top-line sales growth; coaches store associates to achieve sales goals; consistently provides customers with an exceptional shopping experience; and is responsible for managing  the operational execution of the store.  The Assistant Manager should have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.    The Assistant Manager will generally be scheduled a minimum of 35 hours per week. At times the ASM may be schedule up to 40 hours per week and overtime may be required based on the needs of the business.  Overtime is defined as hours worked over 40 or in some states hours worked over 8 in a day.  Any overtime worked must be approved by the Store Manager and District Manager.   ASM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Assistant Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of an Assistant Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The ASM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The ASM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The ASM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.  The ASM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the ASM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The ASM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Assistant Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25706
Job Locations US-GA-Woodstock
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/7/2020 11:58 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25705
Job Locations US-IL-Rosemont
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/7/2020 11:53 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25704
Job Locations US-NY-Deer Park
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(9/3/2020 3:42 AM)
The Assistant Manager (ASM) is responsible for all aspects of managing the business in conjunction with the Store Manager.  In the absence of a Store Manager it is the responsibility of the Assistant Manager to oversee all aspects of the business.  The Assistant Manager demonstrates the ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drive profitable top-line sales growth; coaches store associates to achieve sales goals; consistently provides customers with an exceptional shopping experience; and is responsible for managing  the operational execution of the store.  The Assistant Manager should have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.    The Assistant Manager will generally be scheduled a minimum of 35 hours per week. At times the ASM may be schedule up to 40 hours per week and overtime may be required based on the needs of the business.  Overtime is defined as hours worked over 40 or in some states hours worked over 8 in a day.  Any overtime worked must be approved by the Store Manager and District Manager.   ASM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Assistant Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of an Assistant Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The ASM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The ASM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The ASM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.  The ASM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the ASM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The ASM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Assistant Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25700
Job Locations US-AZ-Scottsdale
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(9/3/2020 3:02 AM)
The Assistant Manager (ASM) is responsible for all aspects of managing the business in conjunction with the Store Manager.  In the absence of a Store Manager it is the responsibility of the Assistant Manager to oversee all aspects of the business.  The Assistant Manager demonstrates the ability to meet individual sales and metric goals; drive profitable top-line sales growth; coaches store associates to achieve sales goals; consistently provides customers with an exceptional shopping experience; and is responsible for managing  the operational execution of the store.  The Assistant Manager should have experience in assessing, recruiting and screening talent.    The Assistant Manager will generally be scheduled a minimum of 35 hours per week. At times the ASM may be schedule up to 40 hours per week and overtime may be required based on the needs of the business.  Overtime is defined as hours worked over 40 or in some states hours worked over 8 in a day.  Any overtime worked must be approved by the Store Manager and District Manager.   ASM COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The Assistant Manager must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a leader within the store. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of an Assistant Manager to be successful in their role.  Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Optimizes talent by developing direct reports and retaining top talent individuals. Influences people through effective communication.  Drives engagement and motivates people.  The ASM can influence people through persuasion, directing and delegation of tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The ASM drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The ASM is action oriented and resourceful.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.  The ASM is capable of making complex decisions.  When making complex decisions the ASM plans, sets priorities, and uses a strong decision quality.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The ASM is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   The Assistant Manager may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25698
Job Locations US-AZ-Scottsdale
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(9/3/2020 3:01 AM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25697
Job Locations US-CA-La Jolla
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(9/2/2020 3:56 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25695
Job Locations US-MI-Novi
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(9/2/2020 3:46 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25694
Job Locations US-TX-San Marcos
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(9/2/2020 3:05 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25693
Job Locations US-CA-San Diego
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(9/2/2020 3:00 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25692
Job Locations US-NJ-Lawrence Township
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(9/2/2020 2:53 PM)
The PT Supervisor (PTS) plays an important role in driving sales for the organization.  Supervisors will meet personal selling goals and will coach and motivate associates to achieve their own goals as well.  The Supervisor ensures customers have a consistent; quality experience while supporting management in meeting Company expectations and initiatives.  The Supervisor will ensure store standards, which include but are not limited to visual presentation, merchandising and back of house operations, as per Company direction.   The Supervisor must have flexible availability which includes the ability to work during peak and non-peak times, weekends and holidays.  This allows the Supervisor to open or close the store as well as provide coverage during peak times to cover breaks, meetings and other times as determined by the Store Manager (SM) or Assistant Manager (ASM).  The Supervisor helps set the pace on the sales floor and models desired selling behaviors at all times. Supervisors could be scheduled up to 25 hours per week, however hours may flex up to 30 hours (with District Manager/Regional Manager approval) based on the needs of the business.   PTS COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS The PT Supervisor must demonstrate a set of competencies/skills that establish them as a sales driver within the store as well as show the ability to execute and give direction. These competencies outline a skill-set that is required of a PT Supervisor to be successful in their role.   Competencies include, but are not limited to:   People:  Influences people through effective communication.  The PTS can influence people through motivation and persuasion, as well as direct and delegate tasks..    Results:  Stays focused on performance.  The PTS drives results and ensures accountability to those results.  The PTS is action oriented.    Thought: Shows that they understand the business through a strong customer focus and financial acumen.   Self: Remains flexible and adaptable and can manage ambiguity.  The PTS is resilient and maintains composure in all situations.   A PT Supervisor is not directly responsible for addressing the following, however they may be exposed to these responsibilities through training and development by the Store Manager: - Hiring/Interviewing - Setting Schedules - Performance Management - Termination The Supervisor may perform other related duties as required by the Company, store/field leadership, and especially with regard to serving the customer.
Job ID
25691