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  • Full Name: Country Grocer
  • Location: Salt Spring

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  • Item listed by: on May 11, 2018

    Item Description:

    If you’re the type of person who likes to stop and smell the roses, and then arranges them into a beautiful bouquet, you should look into a career in the floral department at Country Grocer.

    Country Grocer is currently recruiting for a full-time Floral Manager for our Ganges store.
    You must have 2 years previous floral experience with extensive knowledge of flowers and plants, both perennials and annuals. As a Floral Manager, you will be responsible for the daily operations of your department and duties will include scheduling, ordering, inventory, interviewing, hiring, training and performance reviews. You must be available to work varied shifts (weekdays, weekends). This position requires heavy lifting and repetitive motion. If you are a highly motivated team player with a customer service focus and strong leadership skills this position could be for you!

    What you’ll do:
    Hire, motivate and mentor Team Members
    Lead, coach and train Team Members to maintain the highest level of productivity and engagement
    Resolve Team Member and customer issues as they arise
    Be committed to maintaining merchandising and operational standards
    Uphold company policies and procedures including health & safety, food safety and loss prevention and hold your team accountable to maintain set standards
    Merchandise, manage inventory, schedule and be accountable for financial objectives
    Implement initiatives that support company objectives
    Monitor local competitors and react to local market conditions
    Provide exceptional customer service to all Team Members, Customers and Vendors

    What we are looking for:
    Minimum of 2-years’ experience in a floral department with Management experience and product knowledge
    Thorough understanding of financials with a proven track record of delivering on financial targets
    Strong computer skills and ability to quickly learn new systems
    Ability to role model and inspire behaviour consistent with our values
    Strong coaching and mentoring skills
    Ownership to resolve issues with a sense of urgency
    Effective communication and listening skills
    Strong creativity skills and ability to create eye catching displays

    Work Environment:
    Work is performed in a store retail environment
    Must be available to work days, evenings and weekends
    Travel is required to support off-site events

    Why join our team?
    Competitive wages and flexible benefits
    Opportunity to advance your career
    A team that cares and treats you like family
    Culture of teamwork and collaboration
    Education and travel bursaries
    A 20% staff discount card
    Please email your resume to dmorris@countrygrocer.com or leave a copy in our drop box, at top of the stairs by lotto. Mark attention: Matteo.

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