Area Manager (Salaried, exempt)

 

Job Summary and Mission

This job contributes to the success of Juice Press by leading Team Members to create and maintain the mission of Juice Press for our customers and Team Members. The District Manager is required to regularly and customarily exercise discretion in managing the overall operation of their portfolio. In particular, a majority of time is spent supervising and directing the workforce, making staffing decisions (i.e. training, evaluating, disciplining, discharging, staffing and scheduling), ensuring customer satisfaction and product quality, managing the portfolio’s financial performance, and managing safety and security within their portfolio. The incumbent is responsible for modeling and acting in accordance with all policies of Juice Press for all district locations.

 

Summary of Key Responsibilities

Responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following:

 

Leadership

  • Setting goals for the team, customer service and sales performance:
    • Acts in a responsible manner that promote the culture, values and mission of Juice Press.
    • Ability to model professionalism in handling of all store functions and events.
    • Drives the implementation of company initiatives by developing action plans and directly motivating and instructing the store team to meet goals.
    • Acts in a responsible manner that promote the culture, values and mission of Juice Press.
    • Delegates responsibilities and practices to team members to ensure smooth flow of operations.
    • Provides coaching and direction to the team to take action and to achieve goals.
    • Monitors and manages store staffing levels to ensure team member development and talent acquisition to achieve results.
    • Communicates clearly, concisely and accurately in order to ensure effective store operations.

 

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Providing administrative responsibilities includes:
    • Ensures adherence to applicable wage and hour laws for non-exempt team members and minors.
    • Uses all operational tools to plan for and achieve operational excellence in the store.
    • Utilizes management information tools and analyzes financial reports to identify and address trends and issues in store performance.

 

Team Member Development

Providing team members with coaching, feedback, and developmental opportunities:

    • Providing team members performance assessments.
    • Providing Team Members access to developmental training programs.
    • Challenges and inspires team members to achieve store goals.
    • Develops and maintains positive relationships within the district.
    • Recognizes and reinforces individual and team accomplishments by using existing methods of recognition.
    • Maintains a successful team environment resulting in valued and respected team members.

 

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities       

  • Retail experience of 5 years store manager/ district manager role
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
  • Ability to manage store operations independently in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to manage multiple situations simultaneously.
  • Ability to manage resources to ensure that established service levels are achieved at all times.
  • Organization and planning skills.
  • Strong organizational, planning problem-solving and operational skills in a team-based, customer-service environment.
  • Leadership skills, with the ability to coach and mentor others handling confidential information.

 



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