- Full Name: Salt Spring Island Cheese
- Location: 285 Reynolds Rd
- Phone: 2506532300
- Expires: 17 days, 15 hours
Position: Shop Manager
Salt Spring Island Cheese has an opening for Shop Manager starting in late February or early March
Time required per week:
The position available is 30-35 hours in the winter and full time in the spring, summer and fall, requiring flexibility and availability on weekends. Long-term commitment is required.
The Shop Manager is responsible for the retail sales and sampling of our cheese and other related items at the Cheese Company’s Location on 285 Reynolds Road. The position includes hiring and training of retail staff, as well as managing inventory, merchandising, budgeting, marketing, purchasing, maintaining relations with suppliers and tour operators, providing excellent customer service, and adhering to food safety requirements.
The ideal candidate will contribute to sales through a strong work ethic and friendly outgoing personality. He or she will have excellent communication skills, familiarity with Microsoft Office, especially Excel and Word, work well in a team environment, as well as being able to supervise others effectively, and have experience in retail.
Please drop off your resumes to Salt Spring Island Cheese at 285 Reynolds Road or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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