Assistant Manager

Company Name:
Wet Seal
An Assistant Manager is responsible for assisting Store Management in maximizing sales, providing a great shopping experience for the customer and managing the store in accordance with the company visual and operational standards. The Assistant Manager assumes responsibility for the operations of a store as "Manager-on-Duty" in the absence of the Store Manager.

Sales Leadership
o Assumes Manager's role in supervising staff in absence of the Store Manager
o Strives to meet and exceed store goals, ensures selling standards are met
o Works with customers and models excellent sales and customer service skills
o Maximizes sales through strong floor supervision

Associate Development
o Ensures associates are trained on product knowledge, selling skills, customer service and other operations
o Provides training information and feedback to Sales Associates
o Ensures Associates are trained on product knowledge, selling skills, customer service and operations
o Creates enthusiasm and excitement within store to motivate high performance teams

Operations Excellence
o Protects store payroll by adhering to wage cost guidelines and allowable hours
o Control company assets and promote shrink awareness through key control, loss prevention measures, inventory results and company standards of conduct
o Strives for 100% paperwork accuracy and compliance in: cash, inventory, fixtures and property

Store Standards
o Helps execute floor-set and promotional directives
o Works as a member of the team to insure all store standards are met
o Understands, supports and complies with all company policies and procedures


o Must be a minimum of 18 years of age
o Two years retail experience
o Ability to work flexible schedule including nights and weekends

o High School graduate or equivalent

Primary Location:
United States-New Hampshire-Manchester
Store Locations:
0812_Mall of New Hampshire_WS 1500 S Willow St N116 Manchester 03103
Store Management
Wet Seal Stores
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Job Posting:
Job Posting May 27, 2014, 1:37:57 PM

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