Retail Shift Leader - Andover - 4477 - Hanson and Bunker Lake Blvd

The Retail Shift Leader provides customer service leadership/direction for entire store while on duty and assists in overseeing the efficient retail operation in accordance with Company policies and in compliance with Federal, State and Local laws. Ensures the store maximizes sales and profits while maintaining asset control. Works in tandem with the Store Manager or independently to ensure shift leadership within the Command Center or on the sales floor and is available to customers and employees at all applicable times.
We are looking for good people to come work with other good people! This entry level position is a great way to learn our industry...and begin a career with a market leader!
Some of our benefits include:
Competitive Wages
Tuition Reimbursement
Double Time for Six Holidays
Employee Assistance Program
Shift Differential Pay for 3rd Shift
Room for Advancement
Availability: Up to 40 hours per week. Weekends and Holidays included.
Location: Twin Cities & Surrounding Areas
Is 18 years of age or older (due to state laws governing alcohol sales).
Understands, actively demonstrates and promotes the principles of SuperAmerica's vision statement.
Exhibits leadership/people development skills and a desire to succeed.
Completion of all required training classes.
Must have a valid Drivers License from the state in which the Shift Leader resides.
Must maintain automotive liability insurance during course of employment.
Willing and available to work a variety of shifts consistent with the demands of the retail environment.
Experience Requirements:
2 years Retail/Customer Service or Shift Leader experience.
Skills Requirements:
Strong Customer Service skills.
Ability to perform repeatedly and for extended periods of time: bending, standing, reaching, climbing, twisting / turning, pushing / pulling, squatting / kneeling / stooping, walking, and grasping.
Ability to occasionally lift up to 50 pounds.
SuperAmerica is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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