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Debra Christal
Verified Employer
3 days ago

Career Opportunity for Store Manager - College Park MD

Urgently seeking a Store Manager to manage a 24/7 food & fuel convenience store in College Park. As a Store Manager, you will lead the business strategically, manage your team and grow best in industry customer service.

The company is actively keeping employees and communities safe by following all safety measures and guidelines outlined by the CDC. They are also providing PPE for employees, while maintaining a great work environment!

The company is committed to continued learning and advancement for all employees. They are proud to offer a flexible job that empowers you with the skills to be a professional, from working with diverse teams and customers to building the foundation for your future.

Benefits and Perks

•5 weeks of Paid Time Off; including 3 weeks of vacation, 6 days of sick leave, 4 personal days

•2 Days Paid Time Off to volunteer

•Paid parental leave for new dads and moms

•5% annual company bonus eligible

•401(k) company matched at 7% following 60 days of employment

• Plus more benefits!

Required Qualifications

•High school or GED diploma required; 2 year college degree preferred

•3-5 year prior store management experience from fast food, convenience stores, grocery stores, big box stores etc..

• Experience must include managing and analyzing P&L (profit and loss)

•Strong leadership skills and experience managing a team (people management)

•Strong verbal, interpersonal and written communications skills

•Must be an excellent organizer and problem solver with project or event management skills

•Possess strong interpersonal skills to communicate with confidence to both internal and external customers

•Ability to use basic business math and accounting skills, computer skills, analytical and decision-making skills

•Traveling to corporate headquarters for training events is required

•Must be able to work all shifts, weekends and holidays based on business needs

•ServSafe Certified preferred; or able to become ServSafe Certified and maintain certification

•Ability to lift and carry 50 lbs and to lift, bend and stand as many as eight hours per day

Job Responsibilities:

•Creates Excellent Guest Experience

•Creates and consistently models a guest-centric culture within the store emphasizing the CARES model.

•Partners with the Assistant Store Manager, Supervisor, Sales •Associates, and Vendors to ensure the appropriate level of in-stocks at all times.

•Maintains a safe, clean, and inviting environment throughout the site at all times.

•Ensures customers’ needs are met quickly, efficiently, and accurately in all areas of the facility.

•Builds Teams and Leaders

•Creates an environment of diversity and inclusion within the team.

•Energetically recruits and selects the best candidates for staffing the store.

•Drives a robust training program in accordance with company training standards.

•Grows Sales and Manages Inventory

•Drives profitability through strict financial controls including margin attainment, inventory losses, and labor and expense controls.

•Leads Food Safety and Food Operations

•Drives food sales by becoming an expert in food operations. • Plus more!

How to Apply: send resumes to Debra Christal christd@mustardseedcareers.com

Or apply online at https://www.reflik.com/job?jobId=NTQ1Mg==referrer=NjA3OQ== .

#jobsearch #retailjobs #hiring #unemployed #storemanagement #collegepark

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Elyssa Duncan
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

The aftermath of COVID: What worries you?

Around the world, governments are beginning to explore ways to safely re-open the economy. As a result, people are preparing to head back to work.

As we start to take steps towards bringing normalcy back to our lives post-Coronavirus, what is concerning YOU as you either A) enter back into the workforce or B) resume your job search?

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Elyssa Duncan
Community Specialist
2 months ago

Unemployment benefits are about to end for 7.5 million Americans - but should they?

Do you think the extra federal unemployment benefits (due to expire on September 6) should be extended? Why or why not?

#unemployment #watercooler #unemployed #jobsearch

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Kimberly Hector
over 6 months ago

Take It or Leave It

I'm i have a situation. I just recently became unemployed. Out of work for a week went on a job interview got the job but it won't pay all my bills. Do I take the job or hold out for something better?

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Corey Cash
over 6 months ago

Unemployed for vacation

Lost of job for excessive vacation usage. Didn't know you could loose your job for frequently using your vacation.

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Freddy Soto
over 6 months ago

UNEMPLOYED

IAM UNEMPLOYED I DIDNT KNOW IT WOULD HAVE BEEN THIS HARD TO FIND ANOTHER JOB BUT IT IS..IF THERE IS ANYONE THAT CAN HELP ME OUT IAM LOOKING FOR EMPLOYMENT IAM A HANDYAN IAM CERIFIED BY OSHA IF YOU CAN HELP ME OUT IT WILL BE WELL APPRECIATED VERY MUCH CHECK MY PROFILE/RESUME..THANK YOU FREDDY SOTO Iam located in westchester New York..9143085174

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Thomas Nickerson jr
over 6 months ago

Thomas Nickerson jr

I live in winter haven Florida. I have been out of work for the past 10 months. I have an aa in science with over 14 years of call center supervisor experience. Looking for something in the customer service industry, doesn't have to be in a call center. I have been applying everywhere, I am almost 47, and have run out of money. If anyone has any suggestions please don't hold back, thanks again.

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Rowenna Stanton
over 6 months ago

Graduated with no job

I'm in the same situation. I graduated 5 years ago, and I have been looking for a job in my field of study ever since. I'm tire of applying to so many jobs with no response. Did I complete two years of college for nothing? Because that's what it seems like. So frustrated.

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Katherine Atwood
over 6 months ago

Eligibility requirements question

My child's school closed due to covid 19, which caused attendance issues and I was fired from my staffing agency job. Does the work search requirement being waived save me from the requirements of followup and job search thru the agency to qualify for unemployment benefits? I didn't realize you have to contact them within 24 hrs and then wait three days to file. Does this still apply due to work search requirements being waived? Thanks #help #eligibility #unemployed #momlife #thestruggleisreal #coronavirus #unemployment

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