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Assistant Store Manager

Country : Sweden Sweden

Region : Stockholm

Town : STOCKHOLM

Category : Retail

Contract type : Permanent

Availability : Full time

Experience : 2 to 5 years

Company presentation

UNIQLO is a modern Japanese company that inspires the world to dress casually.

UNIQLO has enjoyed strong growth by offering high-quality casual wear at reasonable prices based on its SPA (Specialty Store Retailer of Private Label Apparel) business model, which spans product design, manufacture, distribution and retail.

The first UNIQLO store opened in 1984 in Japan. UNIQLO now has more than 1900 stores and worldwide operations, including the U.K., China, Hong Kong, South Korea, the United States, France, Singapore, Russia, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, Germany, Belgium, Australia and Canada.

Part of the Fast Retailing group, UNIQLO is truly determined to achieve the goals in the group's mission statement: "Changing clothes. Changing conventional wisdom. Change the world." and to become the #1 Retail Apparel Group in the world.

Job description

This is a unique opportunity for current Assistant or Store Managers who aspire to manage one of the stores of a high street leading brand.

What do we offer above the norm?
  • Monthly feedback cycle and individualised training plan
  • Thorough onboarding during the first months to get you to master UNIQLO’s way of working
  • Job promotion opportunities available every 6 months
  • Be a key member of a highly diverse team…

Responsibilities will include:
  • Managing all store operational aspects under store manager’s guidance and supervision to maximise customer satisfaction, employee development, sales and profit
  • Strategically defining manhours/rotas required, product inventory and layout plans based on sales targets and customers’ profile
  • Leading the team with high energy, focus and empathy to produce a stimulating work environment for all team members
  • Constructing individualised development plans, training team members, and evaluating their performance to continuously enhance efficiency and build career for our people
  • Monitoring shop floor’s standards daily and prioritising actions for the team to address issues

Essential skills and attributes:
  • Show ambition to exceed expectations and embrace great challenges
  • Have proven track record of leading and developing a high-performing team and individuals
  • Able to adapt quickly to changing environments and act decisively
  • Can demonstrate good communication, organisational and analytical skills

DEADLINE: 7th July - APPLY NOW!

Profile

Candidate’s profile:
  • 2 to 5 years’ experience with people management responsibilities in retail or hospitality
  • Fluency in English is a must, whereas a Scandinavian language is an advantage
  • Eligibility to work on a permanent full-time basis both weekdays, evenings and weekends (please note: we do not offer visa sponsorship)
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