A Store Manager will typically possess a background in managing teams to deliver KPI’s versus sales and operations.
A Store Manager is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the store; including training their staff and demonstrating commercial acumen to best promote the store.
Often having worked up from Sales Assistant or Assistant Manager roles, other associated job titles would include Sales Consultant, Deputy Manager, Supervisor, Customer Service Assistant, Team Leader or Senior Sales.
The Store Managers title can cover a lot of roles, sectors and experience levels, therefore salaries can range from £19,000 to over £50,000 in specialised areas. Typically Store Managers can expect to earn bonus and/or commission packages which can vary from a modest 5-10% bonus upto over a 100% of basic salary earning potential. This is often referred to as an OTE - On Target Earnings.
Priority Recruitment has been involved in the recruitment of Store Managers since it's inception, during that time we have worked with International "Mega Brands" known to most households in Britain and also start-up organisations starting from the ground up.
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