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The Perfect Store Manager Job Description

Store Manager Job Description

Store managers are in charge of running all general operations of a store, making sure everything runs properly, efficiently and meets all company sales goals.

In terms of managing employees, a store manager will assign daily employee schedules, hire new employees, discipline staff, manage inventory levels, maintain store budgets, and run routine store maintenance all while reporting to senior management.

Companies prefer a store manager with a bachelor’s degree and on the job experience within a store.

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Job Title: Store Manager at COMPANY NAME

NAME in LOCATION seeks a qualified store manager, with ability to lead all store operations in a profitable manner.

Candidates should have professional driving experience and a clean driving record. 

Key Requirements:

  • Great leadership skills
  • Extensive experience working in a store
  • Customer service experience
  • Flexible schedule
  • Solid references


  • Runs all general operations of the store
  • Maintains store staff by hiring & training employees
  • Evaluates employee performances
  • Developing customer relationships
  • Assuring inventory levels
  • Provides a safe & clean store
  • Market store merchandise

To Apply:

  • Submit resume detailing your experience
  • Submit a cover letter explaining why you would be a great fit

* You must be legal to work in the United States.


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Caileen Kehayas

Caileen is the Director of Marketing at Proven. When she is not blogging or tweeting, she likes to hit the nearest trail for a run, take her camera on a trip or curl up with a good book.

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