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Assistant Retail Manager - (£25k) - (Belfast) (Global Company)

Job Description

VANRATH are delighted to be assisting a leading global Footwear company with the recruitment of a Assistant Manager (Retail) who will become part of a modern organisation that has been continually growing, and offers one of the most interesting Store Manager roles on the market.

This is a Permanent Full-time position - Store is based in Belfast City Centre.

This is a fantastic N.I Employer which places great focus on staff and development.

Salary

£22,000 - £25,000 + Some of the Best Employee benefits on the market & Progression Opportunities

Responsibilities

The role of Assistant Manager is to assist the Store Manager in fulfilling and executing the company mission statement on a daily basis. Is obsessive about our product, people and our customers.

  • Responsible for : Sales/ Product/ People /Operations & Leadership (Full Job Spec Available)

The Ideal Candidate:

  • Minimum of two year of retail/customer service experience

  • Experience in in a Managerial/Team Leader role preferred but not essential

  • Knowledge of retail systems, human resources best practices and operations

  • Must be computer literature, numerate and have the ability to read and interpret documents

For further information on this vacancy, or any other jobs in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Phil.Doherty@vanath.com 0r 02890 330 250 in the strictest confidence. Thanks.

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