Company Name: Sears
Job Details
Duration: Permanent
Min Education: High School
Salary: Commensurate
Job Type: Full Time
Min Experience: 0-2 Years
Required Travel: None
  • USA - San Antonio Texas, 78245
Job Description
Acts as a role model for and ensures that all associates understand their respective roles in providing a fast, in-stock and helpful customer experience. The Store Lead II focuses on operations excellence and customer service to drive store sales and profitability achievement.
Job Duties/Responsibilities: • Sells and receives merchandise, stocks or replenishes areas, and maintains a professional unit • Takes responsibility for individualized sales goals, and sets examples with own personal sales achievements • Ensures unit sales and revenue goals are met and are in alignment with payroll expenditures • Assists manager to ensure all merchandising is complete and accurate using tools including pricing, store layout, and planograms • Assists Manager with event planning and execution including creating flyers, completing product ordering, completes event set-up and executes to the plan during the event. • Conducts associate observations and provides one-on-one feedback and "hands on" training to increase sales accordance with unit goals • Maintains building and equipment by ensuring loss prevention, security, and safety policies are followed • Conducts safety and security audits, and identifies and implements business solutions to address safety and security issues • Maintains inventory accuracy through process development and management • Provides input to the Manager in the recruitment and selection of Consultative Sales Associates • Creates weekly schedules to ensure appropriate staffing levels • Partners with Manager in establishing and conveying expectations to associates and for measuring performance and productivity levels using Sales Metrics goals • Provides daily coaching and training for Consultative Sales Associates • Provides input to the Manager for annual performance evaluations • Provides input on disciplinary actions and terminations • Participates in associate accident investigations to identify and correct root causes • Performs other duties as assigned Required Skills: • Strong leadership, administrative, organizational, managerial, and communication skills • Analytical ability to gather and interpret information, and to develop, recommend, and implement solutions Preferred Skills: • Bachelor's degree in Business Administration