JUICE PRESS is out here on a mission to change the world by becoming the most trusted food and beverage chain in the market...a mission to prove that healthy can be delicious! We're out here looking for customer service pros — driven, hardworking individuals who are passionate about living a healthy lifestyle. If you are all of those things, plus some, then you've found your home! We provide team members with a fun, upbeat, fast-paced, work environment that helps pave the way for your career with training and development. Let’s talk benefits...we offer a 40% discount on any JP products, JP swag, vacation + sick pay, medical + dental, Aflac voluntary benefits and a 401K plan.

Come grow with us @ JP and become part of our healthy, happy, family!

Supervisor

Job Summary and Mission

The Supervisor is a Leader who consistently carries out the mission of Juice Press inside a partner store. Believes in and reinforces making a difference in Health and Wellness in their community – through their Teams, Guests, and local Neighborhoods alike. This individual exudes a sense of Ownership of their business, and Leadership amongst their Team. The Supervisor is required to regularly and customarily exercise discretion in managing the overall operation of their store while creating a World Class Experience for each and every guest.

 

Summary of Key Responsibilities

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

Developing a High Performing Team:

  • Consistently coaches, motivates and empowers Team Members
  • Creates and maintains a positive work environment
  • Ability to assign responsibilities and work in a fast-paced environment
  • Offers consistent feedback through coaching, performance reviews, and Team Meetings

Financial Responsibility:

  • Communicates and effectively exceeds financial goals – Sales and Profit  
  • Actively adheres to and reinforces safety and loss prevention policies, including cash handling.
  • Ability to schedule to labor budgets
  • Create, participate, and reinforce sales contests
  • Understanding of inventory and ordering processes

Creating a World Class Guest Experience:

  • Actively engages guests during each visit, and coaches Team Members to do the same
  • Reinforces strong brand and product knowledge with our Teams, and our guests
  • Strong knowledge and communicator of food safety and cleanliness parameters (Local food safety certificate holder a plus)
  • Ability to navigate through guest questions and concerns, handling issues swiftly and mindfully
  • Strong understanding and implementation of merchandising practices

Fostering a Positive Relationship with our Partners:

  • Attend Weekly and Monthly touch bases with manager of the partner location
  • Establishes regular communication with the partner location manager to understand the business and how to operate harmoniously and profitably

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities       

  • Experience of  at least 6 months in a Leadership role
  • Food Protection Card or other relevant food safety certification is required
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
  • Ability to manage store operations independently in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong organizational planning, problem-solving and operational skills in a team-based, customer-service environment
  • Ability to coach and mentor others handling confidential information
  • Ability to lift, push and pull up to 50 lbs
  • Must be able to stand for long periods of time

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