Top Co-Manager Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Co-Manager. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Co-Manager resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.3% of Co-Manager resumes contained Customer Service as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Co-Manager actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Co-Manager resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Customer Service

high Demand
Here's how Customer Service is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Partner with other management and associates to ensure smooth operations regarding product placement, fixture placement and excellent customer service.
  • Gained wide-ranging and comprehensive experience in areas ranging from telemarketing to customer services and professional services to sales.
  • Communicated with associates, management, and customers with intent of providing excellent customer service & associate engagement.
  • Schedule employees, balancing department labor budget while assuring exemplary customer service levels and following union contract requirements.
  • Provided customer service by relaying pertinent information regarding item location, ad stipulations and other information.
  • Empowered staff to achieve targeted sales and customer service goals through collaborative supervision and inclusion.
  • Develop merchandising, presentation and pricing guidelines for better customer service and enhanced shopping experience.
  • Recognized by company for exceptional customer service surveys through online and telephone feedback program.
  • Ensured maximum productivity and profitability by ensuring staff provided exceptional customer service to clients.
  • Provided leadership and training to associates in customer service alongside the General Manager.
  • Ensured quality customer service through personal interaction with contractor and retail customers.
  • Maintained superior customer service and well-stocked in-aisle merchandising and theme-based window displays.
  • Develop rapport with diverse consumer base by providing exceptional customer service.
  • Manage visual directives to company standards while maintaining superior customer service.
  • Control inventory shrink by maximizing customer service and adequate staff training.
  • Skilled in building customer rapport and providing outstanding customer service.
  • Developed strong and loyal customer relations through outstanding customer service.
  • Deliver OUTSTANDING customer service while improving overall shopping experience.
  • Provided excellent customer service and resolved any escalated issues.
  • Provided excellent customer service by adhering to customer needs.

Show More

2. Sales Goals

high Demand
Here's how Sales Goals is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Interact directly with managers to effectively achieve/exceed all sales goals while continuing to improve customer relationships.
  • Managed daily store operations and associates, planned and directed sales promotions, coached and encouraged employees in meeting sales goals.
  • Exceeded sales goals within first six months of operation; garnering more than 1,000 new club memberships and processing 50,000 vehicles.
  • Lead store performance exceeding QTD sales goals by +15% through strategic merchandising and sustaining a primary focus on customer service.
  • Achieved #1 ranking out of 280 stores company wide for highest - percentage over sales goals for the 2011.
  • Set sales goals and standards for the week to compete with the other stores of our size within the district.
  • Managed sales projections and goals, devised personnel incentive strategy for employee's hours to based on sales goals achieved.
  • Meet and exceed sales goals and standards of performance, Direct and motivate employees to attain personal sales goals weekly.
  • Utilized operations within the manager reference concerning sales goals, memos, and hours allotted for the store, etc.
  • Obtained daily, weekly, and monthly sales goals for both my team and myself set fourth by district management.
  • Worked with management team to meet sales goals versus budget and prior year, including participation in marketing programs.
  • Review daily sales goals and encourage team members to meet and exceed daily sales goals for company discount cards.
  • Partner with District Operations and Field Manager to come up with strategic moves to achieve and exceed sales goals.
  • Tracked weekly and monthly sales goals; Completed daily sales trend reports; adjusted sales goals to reflect business.
  • Demonstrated superior customer service while striving to exceed set sales goals in a fast paced, high volume setting.
  • Initiated all managerial responsibilities and held coaching conversations with my team members to achieve sales goals and exceed results.
  • Developed and executed short and long-term plans to achieve sales goals that support the district and regional strategy.
  • Coached staff to maintain the highest level of customer service which assisted in meeting or exceeding sales goals.
  • Assured sales goals were being met while maintaining exceptional customer service and maintaining a productive coaching with staff.
  • Work cohesively with the Store Manager and sales associates in meeting and exceeding store metrics and sales goals.

Show More

3. Merchandise Presentation

high Demand
Here's how Merchandise Presentation is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Drive sales by ensuring effective merchandise presentation including accurate and competitive pricing, proper signage and inventory levels.
  • Directed merchandise presentation which included in stock, accurate pricing, competitive pricing, and seasonal/merchandise presentation.
  • Managed day-to-day operations within multiple departments while focusing on merchandise presentation and customer service compliance.
  • Exhibit strong merchandise presentation abilities and demonstrated leadership and work ethic in a face-paced environment.
  • Designed more attractive merchandise presentation strategies resulting in increased store traffic and profits.
  • Executed merchandise presentation by restocking and delegating task to maximize sales and productivity.
  • Increase quality customer service by ensuring appropriate service levels and effective merchandise presentation.
  • Directed daily merchandise presentation by restocking and recovering store to maximize productivity.
  • Directed merchandise presentation, restocking and recovery to maximize productivity.
  • Managed sales for total facility by ensuring effective merchandise presentation.
  • Contributed to increased productivity by way of visual/merchandise presentation.
  • Executed merchandise presentation to company visual standards.
  • Executed effective merchandise presentations to boost sales.
  • Executed and maintained merchandise presentation.
  • Monitor payroll and operating expenses, loss prevention, and executed merchandise presentation while driving both associate and client engagement.
  • Coordinated with various teams and developed in store merchandise presentations Developed various floor plans and prepared sketches of designs.
  • Controlled operating expenses, loss prevention standards, and merchandise presentation while driving both employee engagement and customer service.
  • Maintain visual standards and merchandise presentation and ensure store is recovered and prepared for the next business day.
  • Assisted with driving sales in the facility by ensuring effective merchandise presentation, and accurate and competitive pricing.
  • Trained to company standards in customer service as well as active lifestyle merchandise presentation.

Show More

4. New Merchandise

high Demand
Here's how New Merchandise is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Perform weekly store procedures including weekly mail in damages, check in shipment, signage change, placements for new merchandise.
  • Assist with all stockroom functions, such as transferring out old sale merchandise and damaged merchandise and with receiving new merchandise.
  • Maintained clientele book; Scheduled private shopping appointments for customers; Notified customers on the arrival of new merchandise.
  • Created displays for new merchandise for upcoming season which resulted in selling out the products during the preview.
  • Assisted the head of visuals on conference calls and helped her to plan out new merchandise.
  • Updated the floor daily with new merchandise to make sure the customer was seeing new ideas.
  • Called clientele when new merchandise arrived and followed up with clients which Insured customer satisfaction.
  • Tracked my clients in the database and personally called them when new merchandise arrived.
  • Implemented promotional/ marketing strategies; Maintained visual standards; Executed visuals of new merchandise.
  • Inspected and scanned in new merchandise, and mailed special orders to customers.
  • Process vendor invoices and enter new merchandise into computer system when received.
  • Assisted and directed staff during all new merchandise floor sets.
  • Monitored the receiving and stocking process of new merchandise.
  • Process and properly place new merchandise weekly.
  • Analyze business results to re-merchandise store for sell down of product and new merchandise in order to maximize sales.
  • Supported on various occasions overnight stock, processing & properly allocated new merchandise Assisted in several NSO
  • Handled resets according to schedule, including deleted and new merchandise.
  • Processed new merchandise in a timely manner to brand standards.
  • Retail i did payroll, made schedules, help put out new merchandise, gave directions
  • Cashier Filing returns and refunds Process shipments to and from store Merchandising store Greeting and advertising new merchandise to customers

Show More

5. Sales Floor

high Demand
Here's how Sales Floor is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Coordinated and executed sales floor plans according to corporate standards; maintained required merchandising concepts, plan-o-grams and brand specifications.
  • Maintain accountability for sales floor leadership, using key business and financial indicators to monitor individual and team process.
  • Coordinated visual merchandise presentation, restocking and recovery of sales floor to maximize productivity.
  • Improved garment rotation from stockroom organizational standards and sales floor replenishment routines.
  • Utilized shipping/receiving reports in order to efficiently execute stock processing, constant sales floor replenishment, and updating of visual displays.
  • Ensured back room was organized to standard and processes were followed to derived efficient flow of product to the sales floor.
  • Utilize the CSL role to drive sales and implement customer service effectively to ensure the sales floor is running smoothly.
  • Performed customer service and oversaw the sales floor to ensure customer satisfaction qualifications were met and to control loss prevention.
  • Assume the responsibility for managing inventory, promotions, and overall cleanliness and organization of the sales floor and stockroom.
  • Ensured positive shrink results by maintaining control of the sales floor as well at the stock room at all times.
  • Provided daily execution of merchandise flow from stockroom to sales floor, which included weekly inventory counts in assigned areas.
  • Created world class associate engagement and completely reorganized sales floor and back room procedures for receiving and visual merchandise standards.
  • Partnered and trained multiple Stock Managers to have merchandise reach the sales floor in a 24 hour company standard compliance.
  • Apply fashion knowledge to make product recommendations and style customers on the sales floor and in the fitting room.
  • Worked directly with customers and provided customer service on the sales floor, register, and over the phone.
  • Managed five part-time employees * Developed statistical data about customer base * Improvised sales floor setup to improve customer experience
  • Generated sales through customer service, focusing on achieving sales goals and maintaining a fully stocked sales floor.
  • Deliver business results as a Brand manager by ensuring that all product is represented on the sales floor.
  • Prioritize and manage merchandising standards, directives, promotions, and organization of the sales floor and stockroom.
  • Create and adjust store schedules that maximize sales floor coverage and leverage payroll to meet company productivity goals.

Show More

Job type you want
Full Time
Part Time
Internship
Temporary

6. Loss Prevention

high Demand
Here's how Loss Prevention is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Monitored productivity levels of central region stockrooms and implemented new strategies surrounding inventory and loss prevention to create awareness of shrink.
  • Supervised physical inventory for loss prevention and provided direction to associates to ensure floor coverage and completion of daily tasks.
  • Coordinated with Loss Prevention to ensure associate integrity was maintained as well as inventory management.
  • Conducted store operations, ensured proper merchandise processing/ display and monitored loss prevention program.
  • Conducted and executed floor-set per visual standard, conducted semi-annual inventory/leading store operation-loss prevention
  • Manage and monitor inventory levels to ensure adequate inventory levels and loss prevention.
  • Maintain policies and procedures and overall store controls Including Loss Prevention/Safety.
  • Monitored and evaluated shrinkage to pinpoint loss prevention opportunities.
  • Execute loss prevention directives as dictated by company policy.
  • Conducted store loss prevention audits and managed inventory processes.
  • Conducted quarterly inventory and achieved loss prevention standards.
  • Maintain accurate documentation regarding all loss prevention issue.
  • Maintain excellent stockroom organization and loss prevention standards.
  • Assisted in managing Loss Prevention through receiving operations.
  • Controlled store operations and provided loss prevention awareness.
  • Maintained policies and procedures, loss prevention/safety.
  • Ensured loss prevention awareness and shrink control
  • Execute company initiatives regarding loss prevention.
  • Spearheaded Loss Prevention Awareness events.
  • Implemented effective loss prevention tactics.

Show More

7. Retail Store

high Demand
Here's how Retail Store is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Supervised the preparation and accountability of retail store physical inventory and for developing action plans to achieve expected results.
  • Receive merchandise delivery and preparing the retail store physical inventory.
  • Reestablished profitability, trust and open lines of communication between employees and management in nation's 6th highest volume retail store.
  • Maintained product stock levels, balanced salon back-office reports, prepared staff schedules, liaison between retail store and full-service salon.
  • Assisted in the day-to-day management and leadership of retail store; supported key sales objectives in partnership with store manager.
  • Supported District Manager with 4 retail stores by conducting daily conference calls, gathering closing numbers and creating floor plans.
  • Manage all aspects of retail store operations including the responsibility of performance management, mentoring, hiring, and firing.
  • Oversee core business and operational functions for a high volume retail store with annual revenue over $75 million annually.
  • Manage the operations of a high volume, and support the Store Manager in a fast paced retail store.
  • Partnered with Co-Manager on sales strategy, customer service, quality control, and operational planning for retail store.
  • Organized daily deposits, bills of lading, refund and void logs and other aspects of retail store.
  • Hired, trained and managed a team of 20 employees in this busy surf and skate retail store.
  • Assisted in a day to day operational and sales management of a national Footwear/ Apparel retail store.
  • Managed daily operation of a retail store with emphasis on customer service, loss prevention and profitability.
  • Maintain the sales quota on a daily basis through inside sales at retail store(s).
  • Assisted the store management team of a high volume, clothing, accessory and shoe retail store.
  • Managed and supervised retail store with sound expertise in sales, marketing, and business development processes.
  • Employed full-time as a Co-Manager for a retail store with an annual revenue of ~1.3 million dollars.
  • Managed 4 SCUBA diving and retail stores, totaling in over $3million annually in sales.
  • Planned and developing short- and long-term goals and for a 1 dollar a year retail store.

Show More

8. Inventory Control

high Demand
Here's how Inventory Control is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Coordinated inventory control and administration organization.
  • Worked closely with department managers at numerous stores on various inventory control methods, consistently improving departmental shrink and improving sales.
  • Managed inventory control by ensuring backroom inventory levels were set to meet advertising demands, yet not create unnecessary inventory.
  • Direct all store operations including staffing, personnel development, merchandising, inventory control, quality control and security.
  • Maintain proper inventory controls, facilitate inventory transactions and maintain compliance with policy and company standards.
  • Implemented tight inventory controls to produce desired level of consistency and ensure low inventory control score.
  • Prepare merchandising and operational reports to assist team in merchandising and inventory control functions.
  • Ensured high quality customer satisfaction regarding store purchases, inventory control and loss prevention.
  • Participate in annual inventory control, as well as weekly and daily merchandising/ordering.
  • Managed merchandise levels through periodic inventory counts, and systematic inventory control processes.
  • Monitored summarized and present inventory control reports for accuracy, forecasting and Reorder.
  • Designed unique inventory control procedures resulting in increased sales and improved public/customer relations.
  • Controlled inventory shrink by constantly training and teaching employees about inventory controls.
  • Plan operations and inventory control of store warehouses for transportation related functions.
  • Manage entire merchandising and ordering operations with necessary cost and inventory controls.
  • Optimized profits by identifying and implementing inventory control processes and procedures.
  • Received several commendations for presentation of store and inventory controls.
  • Completed data entry functions for receivables and inventory control management.
  • Developed a strategy to improve the efficiency of inventory control.
  • Assisted managers in inventory control and elimination of profit loss.

Show More

9. Food Safety

high Demand
Here's how Food Safety is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Led compliance oversight efforts through checklist execution relating to Associate/Customer Safety, Environmental, Pest and Food Safety execution.
  • Monitored perishable departments to ensure compliance with food safety guidelines.
  • Resolved critical food safety issues in perishable departments.
  • Maintained certification in food safety.
  • Directed and performed food safety audits, loss prevention audits, and compliance audits on a weekly and monthly basis.
  • Prepared team for health inspections and corporate inspections, including cleaning, maintenance of facility, and food safety.
  • Monitor and reinforce food safety procedures, maximize store sales, maintain QSC standards, and achieve profit goals.
  • Help ensure that store associates are maintaining the proper cleanliness, food safety, and regulatory compliance procedures.
  • Increased health department scores by 10 points by eliminating problem areas and increasing awareness of food safety.
  • Completed training in food safety, quality controls and leadership, to be applicable with the law.
  • Experience with from scratch food prep, line cooking, and all aspects of food safety.
  • Serve on a committee to train other stores in Division on improving internal Food Safety Audits.
  • Led hiring and food safety initiatives as well as facilitated step one grievance meetings as needed.
  • Schedule, train, assign duties, monitor and maintain food safety standards, labor control.
  • Complete inventory, order, organize and in general monitor food product for food safety.
  • Selected as the regional training store for all food safety training due to operational excellence.
  • Trained all food associates on Illinois state food safety and Walmart food safety expectations.
  • Enforced the execution of food safety standards, cold chain compliance & food merchandising.
  • Monitored OSHA regulations, food safety, quality control, merchandising, and replenishment.
  • Train, monitor, and reinforce food safety procedures to restaurant staff.

Show More

10. Total Store Operations

high Demand
Here's how Total Store Operations is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Total store operations with emphasis on ordering and merchandising in/out seasonal products.
  • Provided constant knowledge of total store operations and resolve any arising opportunities.
  • Managed total store operations during relocation from general merchandise store to super-store.
  • Oversee total store operations and execution of corporate initiatives.
  • Total store operations, P&L, scheduling, ordering, cash office, LP & HR *Creative merchandising
  • Ensured that total store operations are carried out in accordance with established standards, policies, and procedures.
  • Reduced associate turn over from 60% to 24 % by encouraging team work in total store operations.
  • Assist with total store operations with annual revenue of $35M and 150 associates.
  • Assume responsibility for total store operations in the absence of the store manager.
  • Oversee total store operations, including invoicing, receiving, and personnel.
  • Total store operations New store set up
  • Total Store Operations, Hiring and Training Employees Daily Reports, Figures, Payroll, Inventory ControlVisual Standards, Floor sets
  • Present Responsible for total store operations on a day to day basis.
  • Head of success program) Managed the total store operations, which included Budgets, inventory process, and labor control.

Show More

11. Daily Operations

high Demand
Here's how Daily Operations is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Assisted store manager in daily operations including meeting financial goals, implementing operational controls, ensuring customer relations and inventory management.
  • Shared responsibility of directing the daily operations surrounding Quality, Service, Cleanliness and Profitability of the restaurant assigned to.
  • Collaborated with senior leadership and continually coached and motivated Department Heads and other supporting associates in daily operations.
  • Supervised staff in daily operations of receiving and delivery of products and materials for quality assurance of materials.
  • Supported store manager with daily operations including leading a sales team that consistently met and exceeded expectations.
  • Performed daily operations of retail grocery outlet * Bookkeeping - daily settlement * Personnel scheduling * Customer service
  • Assisted store manager in daily operations, including loss prevention, personnel supervision and merchandising.
  • Assisted Store Manager with overseeing and executing daily operations for high-volume, fast-paced grocery/retail facility.
  • Coordinated daily operations including daily morning staff meetings, addressed, and resolved customer complaints.
  • Focus individual attention and accountability for the daily operations of Dairy and Frozen Food Departments
  • Managed the daily operations of Store including sole responsibility of furniture and seasonal departments.
  • Created and implemented individualized flow-charts for all areas of daily operations.
  • Managed and tracked timely completion of daily operations and special projects.
  • Managed daily operations of a center for teaching Transcendental Meditation.
  • Assisted Store Manager in management and supervision of daily operations.
  • Managed staff and daily operations of high-activity fast food restaurant.
  • Maintained responsibilities for overall daily operations of a business.
  • Administered daily operations to ensure policies were adhered to.
  • Oversee daily operations including merchandising and inventory control.
  • General managerial duties, supervise daily operations.

Show More

12. Bank Deposits

high Demand
Here's how Bank Deposits is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Bank Deposits, opening/closing of cash registers and daily reconciliation of transactions.
  • Researched customer disputes, unmatched bank deposits and problematic auditing situations.
  • Opened/closed restaurant, ensured morning bank deposits were delivered daily.
  • Managed and reconciled daily/weekly/monthly bank deposits.
  • Prepared financial paperwork before and after events, which included bank deposits, withdrawals, intake statements, and discrepancy reports.
  • Open and close store, train new employees, set floor plans, balance cash drawer, inventory, bank deposits.
  • Trained co-manager on leadership and operations processes including daily bank deposits, cash transactions, employee work schedules and daily specials.
  • Support store manager* Responsible for opening and closing* Prepared bank deposits* Assisted customers with purchases* Other duties as assigned* Set up floor-sets
  • Pay roll, bank deposits, bookkeeping, inventory, opening & closing and ensured that the store was properly staffed.
  • Created schedules, handling hiring and training of all new hires, responsible for all cash handling including bank deposits.
  • Prepared, and filed, office paperwork on a daily basis, including preparing sales reports, and bank deposits.
  • Audited cashier drawers, investigated discrepancies, and prepared and delivered nightly bank deposits often in excess of $15,000.
  • Processed product purchases, prepared bank deposits, monitored and replenished displays, affixed pricing, closed and secured store.
  • Oversee day to day operations of retail needs for in-store consumers; open / close store; manage bank deposits.
  • Calculate and submit weekly payroll, opening and closing Shift supervision, closing registers, preparing and delivering bank deposits
  • Handled store operations including opening and closing functions, bank deposits, key holding, and overall supervisory functions.
  • Job responsibilities include: servicing customers, opening and closing the store, making bank deposits, maintaining inventory
  • Prepared bank deposits, tracked hourly sales against daily financial targets, and managed sales associate receipts.
  • Performed all daily opening and closing procedures, bank deposits, reports, and associate productivity reports.
  • Ensured accuracy for control of financial transactions, in preparing bank deposits, and daily sales reports.

Show More

13. Company Standards

high Demand
Here's how Company Standards is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Developed and implemented new company standards for long-term business partnerships and secured service agreements with multiple suppliers.
  • Prevented lost revenue through accurate and timely review of productivity in accordance with company standards.
  • Validated cash deposits daily to ensure accuracy, and ensured inventory complied with company standards.
  • Analyzed non-compliance issues and brought wine/liquor and general inventory into compliance with Kroger Company standards.
  • Managed inventory and inventory processing, insuring shrink results were always above company standards.
  • Build operational excellence by thinking strategically and driving the business to company standards.
  • Distributed work assignments to Style Specialists and communicated company standards and directives.
  • Ensured company standards of exemplary customer service on a consistent basis.
  • Oversee department leaders to ensure inventory and visuals meet/exceed company standards.
  • Maintained store to company standards of excellent merchandising and housekeeping procedures.
  • Execute visual projects communicated through corporate following company standards.
  • Trained associates on company standards to ensure visual expectations.
  • Maintained and processed payroll according to company standards.
  • Ensured exceptional service in accordance with company standards.
  • Administered daily managerial duties set by company standards.
  • Conduct internal audits weekly to maintain company standards/policies.
  • Executed visual merchandising based on company standards.
  • Maintained Client conversion percentages above company standards.
  • Conducted seasonal floor-sets and maintained company standards.
  • Executed visual directives through company standards.

Show More

14. Company Policies

high Demand
Here's how Company Policies is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Ensured compliance with company policies and procedures, analyzed and interpreted reports; implementing and monitoring asset protection and safety controls.
  • Assisted in updating of manuals and procedural guidelines; maintained records for disciplinary actions in adherence to company policies.
  • Address customer inquiries promptly and professionally and ensure customer satisfaction* Ensure that employees follow company policies and procedures.
  • Established effective daily procedures for associates, administers company policies and standards to ensure a consistent work atmosphere.
  • Mediated conflicts with company policies and customer expectations to assure the customer received the best quality satisfaction possible.
  • Reinforced all company policies and procedures, including internal and external loss prevention awareness and paperwork control.
  • Ensured and enhanced customer satisfaction and safety while demonstrating knowledge of established company policies and procedures.
  • Conduct operational audits to maintain employee and building accordance with company policies and state/federal laws.
  • Ensured compliance with company policies and procedures by holding salaried managers accountable.
  • Provided cross-functional management for problem resolution and compliance with company policies.
  • Followed regulations and company policies to satisfy Bank and Federal Regulations.
  • Coordinated with general manager to decrease expense by enforcing company policies.
  • Managed confidential information in accordance with company policies and government regulations.
  • Identified and ensured consistent application of company policies and procedures.
  • Hold hourly and salary associates accountable according to company policies.
  • Communicated and enforced company policies and procedures for proper compliance.
  • Assisted in communicating and enforcing company policies and procedures.
  • Enforced company policies and procedures to improve staff productivity.
  • Ensured company policies procedures and standards were effectively implemented.
  • Provided customer service to benefit customers within company policies.

Show More

15. Human Resources

average Demand
Here's how Human Resources is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Managed human resources activities that included payroll and operating expenses, loss prevention and merchandise presentation.
  • Coordinate personnel matters, including conducting interviews, hiring, human resources-related paperwork and payroll management.
  • Coordinate and conduct new employee orientation with Human Resources to foster positive attitude toward organizational objectives.
  • Supervised 8-10 individuals including hiring and training including additional Human resources functions.
  • Served on Human Resources committee that deals with accountability and co-manager relationships.
  • Resolve Human Resources-related issues timely and professionally in partnership with District Manager.
  • Followed any company directives on operations, merchandising and human resources.
  • Managed communications between management, human resources and union officials.
  • Performed miscellaneous duties associated with opening the business/Human Resources.
  • Partnered with Human Resources for escalated associate conflicts.
  • Consulted on Human Resources Policy concerning New-Hires.
  • Executed the restaurant's Human Resources programs for crew employees, assists the General Manager in achieving proper crew staffing levels.
  • Recruited employees and performed human resources duties and managerial duties including scheduling, inventory and purchasing, accounting and customer service.
  • Selected by senior management to be mentored by Regional Human Resources Manager, Market Manager, and Market Asset Protection Manager.
  • Maintain control of Receiving, Computer Room, Bookkeeping, Service Desk, Loss Prevention, Security, and Human Resources.
  • Interacted with site loss prevention, human resources and other members of leadership to bring resolution to issues and approach opportunities.
  • Followed corporate directives, PnL, Human Resources and supervised all assistant management team and entire club of +200 associates.
  • Implemented the Human Resources division of responsibility (DOR), including interviews and the training and development of employees.
  • Act as a liaison between administrative offices; Human Resources, Payroll, Financial Aid and program faculty and staff.
  • Enabled implementation of directives from home office, including issues regarding merchandising, human resources, and public relations.

Show More

16. Customer Complaints

average Demand
Here's how Customer Complaints is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Listened to customer complaints, examined returned merchandise and resolved problems to restore and promote good customer relations.
  • Ensured that team members received ongoing customer service training and personally responded to complex customer complaints.
  • Decreased customer complaints by implementing automated task allowing staff to focus on customer service.
  • Handled customer complaints/concerns and difficult customer situations in a timely and professional manner.
  • Resolved customer complaints and assisted with inquiries to maintain customer service excellence.
  • Managed and resolved customer complaints to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Enhanced total customer experience and addressed any customer complaints.
  • Manage customer complaints and maintain excellent customer service.
  • Corrected problems / customer complaints efficiently and courteously.
  • Handled customer complaints to achieve customer satisfaction.
  • Handle customer complaints and guarantee customer satisfaction.
  • Handled customer complaints using excellent customer service.
  • Addressed customer complaints to assure customer satisfaction
  • Resolve customer service/ customer complaints.
  • Assist customers and respond to customer complaints, requests, queries, and comments resolving issues to ensure client is satisfaction.
  • Assisted the store manager by handling customer complaints, solving problems, interviewing applicants, and taking charge of merchandising.
  • Recorded details of inquiries, complaints, or comments, as well as actions taken to resolve all customer complaints.
  • Assist customers with various transactions, to include merchandise inquiries, product requests and or suggestions and customer complaints.
  • Used to LAST approach when handling customer complaints prior to exchanging merchandise, refunding cash, or adjusting bills.
  • Monitored inventory reports, prepared payroll, responded to customer complaints and took appropriate action to solve problems.

Show More

17. Product Knowledge

average Demand
Here's how Product Knowledge is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Dedicated to continuously improving sales abilities, product knowledge, analyze historical data and current trends to identify risks and opportunities.
  • Increased employee product knowledge of over twenty specialty brands resulting in enhanced customer service delivery.
  • Provided product knowledge to increase staffs ability to provide higher quality customer service.
  • Delivered superior customer experience through direct sales with expert product knowledge.
  • Cultivated new clientele through excellent product knowledge and customer relations.
  • Conduct Corporate Presentations on Merchandising and Product Knowledge.
  • Received shipment deliveries, handled store deposits and drove sales and customer service by ensuring all associates had proper product knowledge.
  • Trained staff on product knowledge, visual standards, and created a captivating customer experience for both internal and external customers.
  • Train, develop and provide coaching on product knowledge, selling skills, visual merchandising and delivering the customer experience.
  • Provide effective training to staff in areas of customer service, product knowledge, inventory control, and merchandising.
  • Motivated and developed staff to achieve daily goals in sales, new credit card accounts, and product knowledge.
  • Create intimate customer experiences by coaching and developing associates on product knowledge, selling skills, and visual merchandising.
  • Trained, developed and provided ongoing feedback and coaching on product knowledge, selling skills, and visual merchandising.
  • Motivate and lead the selling team to reach goals with the use of product knowledge, and brand selling.
  • Develop and coach staff in areas of customer service, product knowledge, selling behaviors, and merchandising.
  • Transformed quality of customer service and product knowledge to enable aggressive sales Staff to pursue effective sales results.
  • Train and mentor new hire stylist associates on product knowledge, policies, procedures and work performance goals.
  • Led team to achieve all sales goals, complete all tasks and projects, and develop product knowledge.
  • Attend clients with shopping, styling, merchandise tips, promotions and provided newly arrived product knowledge.
  • Provide feedback to Associates on driving sales through service standards, product knowledge, and store presentation.

Show More

18. Weekly Schedules

average Demand
Here's how Weekly Schedules is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Managed Payroll New associate training Operations Leader Made weekly schedules Managed over 20 associates
  • Authored weekly schedules based on historical sales, and sales forecasts, scheduling each day and each individual hour of operations.
  • Prepare weekly schedules and resolve any conflicts to best fit the needs of associates while maintaining the objectives of the company.
  • Performed operations duties - Maintained weekly schedules and store maintenance issues; established business plans and ordered supplies when needed.
  • Create weekly schedules for crew, managing profit and loss statements, conducting daily food safety checks, and running shifts
  • Motivated a team of 25 employees and created weekly schedules that optimized retail performance within the guidelines of the franchise.
  • Complete weekly schedules for the staff, complete payroll, make daily deposits, open and close the store.
  • Published weekly schedules to guarantee the right people in the right place for peak hours and operational tasks.
  • Assisted store director with daily store operations, weekly schedules and marketing of in store cosmetics line.
  • Planned and prepared weekly schedules; hired and trained new employees; and conducted sales associate evaluations.
  • Completed reports including; daily sales figures, weekly point of sale audits, and weekly schedules.
  • Completed weekly schedules according to payroll policies, trained all new managers on store procedures and policies.
  • Produced weekly schedules for the staff improving maximum coverage throughout the store during peak hours of business.
  • Completed weekly schedules based on business needs in accordance with Bath and Body Works payroll policies.
  • Draft and submit weekly schedules within allocated labor hours and right talent for peak business hours.
  • Created and maintained weekly schedules for 30 employees according to business needs and payroll goals.
  • Assigned employees to specific duties and formulating daily and weekly schedules to ensure store coverage.
  • Analyze business plans and results to build weekly schedules targeted to power hours of operation.
  • Make weekly schedules Maintain payroll Maintain daily banking Make monthly floor changes Make weekly promotion changes
  • Create weekly schedules and modify to plan, skill adjustments, events, and traffic.

Show More

19. Staff Members

average Demand
Here's how Staff Members is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Partnered with fellow Manager to direct staff members in performing sales and merchandising practices according to stringent operational policies.
  • Interviewed and successfully on-boarded staff members and made successful recommendation to promote an internal candidate to management.
  • Delegated job responsibilities to staff members accordingly with quality assurance of job performances and job satisfaction.
  • Promote associate engagement by listening and having open communication with all staff members.
  • Managed daily store operations including supervision of staff members.
  • Ensured adherence of staff members to all policies and procedures, along with maintaining compliance standards for inventory and shrink control.
  • Implement training for temporary and permanent staff members, to include cashier workers, sales associates, and assistant managers.
  • Cross sold bank products and made sure the staff members were also cross selling and obtaining their daily goals.
  • Assist in recruiting and hiring more than 15 staff members while coaching, developing, and motivating each associate.
  • Assist the store management team, as needed when corrective or disciplinary action is required for staff members.
  • Managed and processed employment applications, new hire paperwork and trained new staff members and maintain personnel files.
  • Provided on-the-job training and development to staff members, which resulted in outstanding performance, retention and morale.
  • Managed team of 20 staff members by scheduling, assigning, delegating and following up on work results.
  • Managed team of 14 staff members, including trained chef, front and back of house and guides.
  • Perform other staff members' duties, if necessary, for the continuous operation of the community.
  • Balanced daily deposits, coached and redirected staff members, skilled in setting clear expectations and directions.
  • Assign and monitored workloads, Trained and evaluated work performances, Coordinate with other staff members.
  • Monitor daily, weekly, monthly sales results with store director and communicate to staff members.
  • Coached and mentored staff members by offering constructive feedback and taking interest in their long-term growth.
  • Recruited, hired, and trained staff members and completed all necessary new hire paperwork.

Show More

20. Inventory Management

average Demand
Here's how Inventory Management is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Managed day-to-day operations; managed financial goals, merchandising, operational controls, customer service, and inventory management.
  • Managed and updated sample rooms, developed and implemented complex spreadsheets that helped and ensured cost effective inventory management.
  • Career development of Manager Trainees by personal instruction emphasizing proper Project Management Techniques, Sales, and Inventory Management.
  • Planned and executed store floor changes that required visual marketing strategies, inventory management, and replenishment expectations.
  • Implemented a strategic inventory management process that resulted in a 14% reduction in General Merchandise inventory.
  • Coordinated all phases of inventory management including shipping, receiving, storage and asset management.
  • Managed all financial goals, merchandising, operational controls, customer relations and inventory management.
  • Oversee five million dollars of rotating inventory with experience in multiple inventory management systems.
  • Directed store merchandising plans, inventory management, and customer and community relations.
  • Managed all aspects of inventory planning, procurement, inventory management and merchandising.
  • Handled inventory management tasks, developed reports, and evaluated staff productivity.
  • Established new Operational expectations in areas of Produce and Computer Inventory Management.
  • Performed operations inventory management and managed re-stock and re-supply ordering twice monthly.
  • Elevated visual standards in store through appropriate inventory management and associate awareness.
  • Managed merchandise flow and in-stock, merchandising standards and inventory management.
  • Aided in inventory management processes by contributing to shrink reduction operations.
  • Create customer intimacy/loyalty Develop and train associates Workforce management Inventory management
  • Maintained operational excellence, including strong inventory management and controls.
  • Coordinated visual and floor merchandising and inventory management activities.
  • Implemented asset and inventory management programs to ensure integrity.

Show More

21. New Associates

average Demand
Here's how New Associates is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Ensured all new associates received proper orientation/indoctrination, reviewed goals and job objectives thoroughly.
  • General responsibilities included hiring and training new associates, visual merchandising and ensuring success in the overall performance of the business.
  • Hire, develop and train new associates, supervise hourly sales, coach associates on how to make hourly sales goals.
  • Executed hiring, training of new associates, STAR team activity & productivity as well as filling the role of RT Sentinel
  • Achieve sales 96% to goal.-Oversee 15,000 dollar store transfer-Maintain payroll to company standards-Complete weekly schedules-Responsible for training of new associates
  • Performed store manager talk with new associates; included in this process was reviewing key policies, procedures and expectations.
  • Streamlined the training and development of new associates for the practice of returns and exchanges insuring comprehensive customer satisfaction.
  • Recruit, hire, and train new associates as needed with a focus on having a successful Holiday season.
  • Directed large training sessions, oriented new associates, and coached team on visual standards and basic functions.
  • Recruit and hire new talent: conduct interviews, complete reference checks, hire and train new associates.
  • Trained new associates the skills needed to run a store, just weeks before the holiday season.
  • Recruited, hired and orientated new associates for the store in order to fulfill hiring goals.
  • Aided in staffing of new associates as well as their on the job training and development.
  • Train new associates within the work team, through the management of training calendar and curriculum.
  • Ensured new associates were well trained by supplementing CBT training with on the job training.
  • Trained and develop new associates to promote store brand and provide excellent customer service.
  • Interview and hire new associates, direct orientation, and process all new-hire documentation.
  • Create employee schedules, work assignments, interview, hire and train new associates.
  • Developed a welcoming program so that new Associates would feel invested in the store.
  • Partnered with other store's in their hiring decisions and training of new associates.

Show More

22. Customer Relations

average Demand
Here's how Customer Relations is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Performed tasks associated with financial goal achievement, merchandising, operational controls, customer relationship management, and inventory control.
  • Forged deep customer relationships through profiling customer needs, cross-selling solution-based products, and providing outstanding customer service.
  • Performed a wide array of duties using proprietary customer relationship management software for timely action and problem resolution.
  • Developed and sustained productive customer relationships by using collaborative relationships within our company to procure customer request.
  • Supervised operational execution of the store to ensure positive customer relations and drive profitable sales growth.
  • Served and greeted guests; operated cash register, maintained dining room and facilitated positive customer relationships
  • Maintained communication with management team/staff and promote positive customer relations in this highly competitive market.
  • Assisted with store operations including ordering, scheduling staff, general management and customer relations
  • Strengthened customer loyalty through current brand strategies, including credit and customer relationship marketing.
  • Learned the importance of effective listening, customer relationships and excellent customer experience.
  • Deepened customer relationships by collaborating with mortgage and business banking partners.
  • Maintained customer relationships through a friendly attitude and excellent customer service.
  • Emphasized customer service and increased conversion by creating strong customer relationships.
  • Provided excellent customer service and resolved issues involving customer relations.
  • Performed excellent customer service as well as maintained customer relations.
  • Implemented company policy and procedures, including customer relations.
  • Focused on building customer relationships to increase repeat consumers.
  • Introduced integrated marketing and furthered long-term customer relationships.
  • Established valuable client and customer relationships.
  • Develop customer relationship management application system.

Show More

23. Performance Reviews

average Demand
Here's how Performance Reviews is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Conduct associate performance reviews Develop and execute plan to achieve daily corporate goals Execute floor set/merchandise placement Drive associate and client engagement
  • Managed over twenty associates including one elevated position and conducted observations and performance reviews on each associate regularly.
  • Supervised and coached direct reports on performance by completing performance reviews and providing feedback.
  • Maximized efficiency among personnel by generating performance reviews and addressing any discrepancies in performance.
  • Managed associate performance by providing feedback/performance reviews that will help further their careers.
  • Prepared, processed and maintained all employee documentation including payroll and performance reviews.
  • Developed monthly quality performance reviews and ensured compliance with Health Department regulations.
  • Perform and develop subordinate's performance reviews and personal development plans.
  • Provided timely feedback and conducted performance reviews of staff regularly.
  • Prepare and administer monthly performance reviews
  • Conducted appraisals and performance reviews.
  • Administered employee annual performance reviews.
  • Associate development and performance reviews.
  • Develop and recruited a staff of 15 Responsible for creating career growth plans as well as administering monthly performance reviews.
  • Conducted and implemented employee training, development, scheduling, mentoring, and performance reviews of all store employees.
  • Assisted in the execution of all performance management processes including, semi-annual and annual performance reviews and coaching associates.
  • Led weekly performance reviews to ensure compliance with protocols and efficiency, as well as promote group dynamics.
  • Conducted regular effective performance reviews, set clear objectives, and held associates accountable to set goals.
  • Evaluated all applications, interviewed, hired all staff, and wrote and administered all performance reviews.
  • Recruited, trained, and motivated associate team, and conducted performance reviews to ensure store efficiency.

Show More

24. Action Plans

average Demand
Here's how Action Plans is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Planned and Drove Execution by establishing clear and specific goals/action plans and assigning clear accountability and follow-ups.
  • Utilized verbal documentation logs and corrective action plans to regulate unwanted associate behaviors and unsatisfactory performance.
  • Analyzed business and created appropriate action plans while maintaining team communication and merchandise flow.
  • Monitored daily performance of staff and recommended individual improvement course of action plans.
  • Identified business opportunities and risks; implemented action plans to enhance profitability.
  • Utilize business analysis to focus on specific action plans improving business results.
  • Established clearly specified goals/action plans assigning clear accountability and follow up.
  • Reviewed reports for indicators of shrinkage and implemented corrective action plans.
  • Analyzed the business and created/communicated clear action plans that optimized results.
  • Delivered excellent customer experience by creating and executing action plans.
  • Defined action plans including time-lines and specific employee responsibilities.
  • Developed action plans and communications for store associates.
  • Develop action plans to improve inventory results executing and following the Inventory results and following the Inventory and Shrinkage Improvement Program.
  • Conducted meetings to set sales and profit goals while formulating action plans for managers and employees to achieve their goals.
  • Delegate authority and responsibility with accountability by setting action plans for the sales team and for the individual sales associates.
  • Gained business insight and created action plans that improved execution and resulted in partnership with other store management team members.
  • Assist with developing action plans, and communications to store associates on the results of the Associate 1st Survey.
  • Utilize sales reports to help identify opportunity sale departments, items and form action plans to increase profit.
  • Develop and execute short and long term action plans to achieve goals designated by store and district management.
  • Assist in developing and implementing action plans that meet service levels to drive store performance and KPI's.

Show More

25. Entire Store

average Demand
Here's how Entire Store is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Provide leadership and management for entire store operation.
  • Collaborated with store manager in overseeing the entire store initiatives; maintained direct involvement with weekly staff meetings and conference calls.
  • Risk Management Team, overseeing the daily safe work practices of the entire store and acting to correct any opportunities.
  • Directed, trained and supervised entire store in implementing and maintaining the highest level of presentation and visual standards.
  • Managed the entire store during evening hours (5:00 p.m- 10:00 p.m.) Supervised all department managers.
  • Mapped entire store Brand guides weekly and created sell down strategies in all store categories.
  • Prepare, execute and maintained visually appealing and effective store sets for the entire store.
  • Assisted in managing the entire store and handling the store while the manager was away.
  • Trained key personal to ensure the entire store exceeded company and board of health standards.
  • Provide customer service leadership for entire store and team members up to 15 people.
  • Assumed responsibility of the entire store and its operations on a daily basis.
  • Organized a team to do moves and promotions throughout the entire store.
  • Assisted the store manager in managing the operation of the entire store.
  • Lead operations, merchandising, and associate relations for the entire store.
  • Managed half of store operations and entire store operations as needed.
  • Managed entire store operation in the absence of the Store Director.
  • Completed the visual merchandising layout for the entire store.
  • Promoted to full-time status as Co-Manager of entire store.
  • Ordered merchandise for entire store while maintaining inventory.
  • Supervised entire store overlooking all sales and purchases.

Show More

26. POS

average Demand
Here's how POS is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Develop and execute marketing programs and general business solutions resulting in increased company exposure, customer traffic, and sales.
  • Received excellent customer service satisfaction scores by communicating clear expectations to team members with focus on positive customer experiences.
  • Managed operational executions of stores when Store Manager was absent to ensure positive customer experience and profitable sales growth.
  • Composed all written communications (written composition and computer skills) between program and upper management directors.
  • Build a store environment that is sharply focused on consistently delivering exceptional, positive in-store customer experience.
  • Demonstrated professionalism, leadership, brand passion and self-confidence while maintaining a positive and enthusiastic demeanor.
  • Re-engineered credit management functionality by consolidating credit exposure at corporate level instead of individual payer level.
  • Networked, recruited, assessed qualifications and hired candidates to perform various sales and management positions.
  • Tasked with driving superior profitability and customer satisfaction, as well as positive company image.
  • Mitigated business exposure through management of safety, communications, and customer service concerns.
  • Maintained schedules, daily deposits, hiring/firing/orientation of associates, assisted with customer complaints.
  • Created a positive, team-oriented atmosphere at store focusing on accountability and recognition.
  • Performed organizational financial management and analysis ensuring optimal P&L positioning.
  • Performed all aspects of a retail business daily opening/closing including nightly deposits.
  • Reported daily marketing position and monthly marketing gains/losses to senior management.
  • Monitored employee behavior, offering positive and negative reinforcement when needed.
  • Recruited, coached and developed 2 associates into current management positions.
  • Capitalize and develop strategies to positively impact organization's bottom line.
  • Assisted in establishing and distributing posted daily interest rates.
  • Maximize add-on sales through strategic product selection and positioning.

Show More

27. Annual Sales

average Demand
Here's how Annual Sales is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Performed quantitative business analysis of annual sales and purchases for optimal product mix and inventory levels.
  • Promoted to Lead Co-Manager to one of the most profitable stores in the district ($40 million annual sales).
  • Converted a non-profitable consolidation store of $800K in annual sales to a profitable full price store of $1.8M annually.
  • Lead a team of 180+ associates to deliver exceptional customer service at a location with $46M in annual sales.
  • Generated up to $5M in annual sales while leading a team of 3 assistant managers and 30 sales associates.
  • Managed eight Assistant Managers and their areas of responsibility which included 550 employees and $126 million in annual sales.
  • Worked to achieve or exceed weekly, period and annual sales revenue to profit budgets and reach targeted goals.
  • Recruited and retained associate talent to achieve the corporate annual sales goals by 5% over the previous year.
  • Managed a variety of grocery store departments and its components in stores with annual sales of $56 million.
  • Devised marketing program increasing market share and client referrals, increase in annual profits and annual sales growth.
  • Assisted General Manager achieve weekly, period, and annual sales, wage budgets, and profit budget.
  • Achieved weekly, period, and annual sales, gross and net profit budgets for the store.
  • Managed Operations for operating units producing annual sales volumes from $14 million to $26 million.
  • Exceeded quarterly and biannual sales and profit projections by 15% for four years in a row.
  • Delivered annual sales increase ranging from 15% to over 30% for 2 consecutive years.
  • Supervised the daily operations of a KFC/Taco Bell restaurant with annual sales of $1 million.
  • Co-managed a large big box retail store with more than $100 million in annual sales.
  • Direct sales manager leading staff of 15 plus and $2 million in annual sales.
  • Promoted ahead of peers to store manager for an average fifteen million annual sales unit.
  • Supervised over 200 employees in 17 different departments with annual sales of $47 million.

Show More

28. Assist Store

average Demand
Here's how Assist Store is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Assist store manager in leading teams in implementation and execution of merchandising and operating initiatives.
  • Assist store manager with weekly staffing schedules, ordering/processing damaged inventory.
  • Assist store manager/associates in achieving favorable customer shopping experience
  • Assist Store manager with payroll and scheduling objectives including staffing, conducting interviews, screening applications and directing new hire orientations.
  • Hired in as Co-manager to assist store manager to recruit, train and supervise 25+ customer service reps and cashiers.
  • Assist Store Manager in developing and executing short and long-term plans to achieve goals in support of district/region strategy.
  • Assist store manager with operational duties (payroll, merchandise flow, scheduling, planning, etc).
  • Assist store manager in the daily operation of the store; assume store responsibility in their absence.
  • Assist Store Manager to evaluate store team Performance and provide timely coaching, feedback, and reviews.
  • Assist store manager on operational duties and led the team when the store manager was not available.
  • Store Operation: Assist store manager with daily store operations, which includes scheduling and hiring associates.
  • Assist Store manager in recruiting, training, staff schedules and development of a successful team.
  • Assist store manager in all functions of store operations, including opening and closing the store.
  • Assist Store Manager, motivate and manage the team, to increase sales and ensure efficiency.
  • Assist Store Manager with day-to-day operations including sales, paperwork, inventory assessments, and shipment.
  • Assist store manager with monthly scheduling, payroll, record keeping, and goal planning.
  • Assist store manager in ensuring smooth operation of the business, including all store manager responsibilities
  • Assist store manager to maximize profit and minimize expenses and provide high quality customer service.
  • Assist store manager with all day to day and long term operations of the store.
  • Assist store manager in recruiting, training, and developing a great sales team.

Show More

29. Day-To-Day Operations

average Demand
Here's how Day-To-Day Operations is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Directed the day-to-day operations of this high-volume retail operation in conjunction with other Managers.
  • Supervised and oversaw all day-to-day operations across two profit-generating merchandise stores.
  • Managed day-to-day operations of a 185 unit residential community.
  • Manage day-to-day operations for staffing and customer service.
  • Managed the day-to-day operations for Commercial Builders.
  • Managed day-to-day operations of large retail facility.
  • Managed day-to-day operations for supermarket.
  • Managed day-to-day operations for Books-A-Million.
  • Cross functional: Manage all day-to-day operations of an individual Fashion Bug store to achieve targeted productivity, sales and profitability.
  • Exercised judgment and discretion alone, and in conjunction with the other manager, in the day-to-day operations of the store.
  • Assisted with the daily day-to-day operations of an individual Fashion Bug store to achieve targeted productivity, sales and profitability.
  • Managed day-to-day operations, such as overseeing and hiring employees, budgeting, contracts, maintenance, and kitchen assistance.
  • Managed many day-to-day operations; customer service, maintained accurate inventory; oversaw the shipping and receiving of orders.
  • Organized and managed all day-to-day operations of the store retail division, holding division P&L accountability.
  • Assisted Store Manager with day-to-day operations of store to achieve targeted productivity, sales, and profitability.
  • Managed the day-to-day operations for the store, interviewed, hired and trained new quality Sales Associates.
  • Supervised sales staff of ten while running all day-to-day operations of a retail mall store.
  • Assist in day-to-day operations of a store generating more than $5M in sales revenue.
  • Assisted in the management of day-to-day operations of a retail pharmacy chain.
  • Supervised day-to-day operations, including scheduling of over 30 employees and logistics.

Show More

30. Sales Plan

low Demand
Here's how Sales Plan is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Developed/implemented sales plans and prepared budgets to ensure proper inventory levels and staffing.
  • Implemented sales and motivational strategies to achieve/exceed sales plan.
  • Maintained execution of division sales plans and merchandising promotions.
  • Developed and implemented sales plans and company initiatives.
  • Opened and closed the store: various reports, cash handling and daily start of day coaching to achieve sales plan.
  • Number one objective is to achieve sales goal by driving sales and assisting the Store Manager in achieving stores sales plan.
  • Provided product knowledge along with excellent customer service to every customer in order to lead by example and achieve sales plan.
  • Monitored payroll on a weekly basis according to sales plan and made adjustments as necessary to stay within corporate parameters.
  • Create schedules for select departments, executing sales plans, maintaining company-merchandising standards while tracking sales, losses and profits.
  • Find new sales opportunities to increase daily sales totals and long-term plan to continue to meet and exceed sales plan.
  • Use strategic skills to boost and ensure that daily, weekly, and monthly sales plans were made.
  • Develop and execute retail sales plans to result in increased store exposure, customer traffic, and sales.
  • Manage others, Oversee Merchandising, Sales Plan Execution, and help out in any area when needed.
  • Work with Store Manager to meet monthly goals in EBITDA, sales planning, and other business goals.
  • Worked in close partnership with Store Manager in all aspects of the business to achieve monthly sales plan.
  • Implement and managed store sales plans, staff motivation, training product programs, inventory control and recruitment.
  • Delivered consistent coaching to associates, resulting in a 22% increase in season-to-date performance over sales plan.
  • Report and conduct key metric trend analysis and report to corporate on their impact on sales plan achievement.
  • Manage payroll and sales plan to conjunction with other company developed programs that set us to success.
  • Managed and supervised the sales staff and sales floor to insure sales plan, safety and sanitation.

Show More

31. Stock Room

low Demand
Here's how Stock Room is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Created and implemented new Standard Operating Procedures for stock room to increase overall productivity.
  • Update stock rooms inventory according weekly advertisements.
  • Transferred inventory and organized stock room.
  • Oversee markdown and transfer process while managing stock team and maintaining a well organized and clean stock room.
  • Created a new methodology for the back stock room which increased productivity by 15%.
  • Maintain a clean, organized, and efficient stock room, office and receiving area.
  • Worked my way up from a stock room associate to Co-Manager of the store.
  • Organized the stock room and ensure that shipment processing times were managed efficiently.
  • Keep stock room very organized since we have thousands and thousands of shoes.
  • Maintained an organized stock room to ensure all inventory was accounted for.
  • Organized all stock rooms and keeping everything in tack at all times.
  • Developed a new replenishment strategy with new organization to the stock room.
  • Maintain order and cleanliness of store as well as stock room.
  • Reorganized stock room for more efficient store replenishment and stock processing.
  • Train new hires on sale techniques and stock room management.
  • Maintain merchandise flow through stock room organization and shipment processing.
  • Reorganized stock room layouts by merchandise division and seasonal deliveries.
  • Manage backroom processes (stock room) and reducing shrinkage.
  • Managed the stock room to ensure efficient product replenishment.
  • Assisted with stock room management and inventory levels.

Show More

32. Food Preparation

low Demand
Here's how Food Preparation is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Prompt and dependable in performing management, including coworker oversight in food preparation and other kitchen functionalism.
  • Supervised all restaurant employees providing leadership and coaching to insure excellence in food preparation and sanitation.
  • Supervised, coordinated and participated in food preparation and for catering service.
  • Used proper cleaning solutions to sanitize food preparation surfaces/utensils.
  • Provided food preparation support and customer service.
  • Directed execution of proper food preparation procedures.
  • Shift Supervisor Food preparation followed by cleaning.
  • Maintain sanitary food preparation environment.
  • Supervised kitchen staff of 7 people and ensured proper set-up, food preparation, kitchen clean-up and proper shut down.
  • Performed the responsibilities of overseeing the of food preparations and serving staff in the absence of the Restaurant General Manager.
  • Conducted sales transactions and cash reconciliations, food preparation, and maintained cleanliness and order of store s interior/exterior.
  • Oversee all food preparations, including proper cooking, cleanliness, storage and ensuring all dating procedures are followed.
  • Perform food preparation or service tasks such as cooking, clearing tables, and serving food and drinks.
  • Lead staff, training, food preparations, safe verification, store organization, customer service
  • Assisted in new staff hiring and orientation in areas of customer service and food preparation.
  • Inventory Control, Staff Management, Food Preparation, Active Planning, Customer Service.
  • Trained workers in food preparation, in service, sanitation, and safety procedures.
  • Opened and closed restaurant through cleaning, food preparation, and reconciling funds.
  • Inspect food preparation and serving areas to ensure observance of safe.
  • Assist crew in food preparation ad taking orders over the phone.

Show More

33. Company Goals

low Demand
Here's how Company Goals is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Supported Store Manager in achieving all Company goals and initiatives through driving sales, developing talent and delivering execution.
  • Work together with fellow management and customer service representative to achieve company goals.
  • Established reward and discipline system to increase individual accountability towards achieving company goals.
  • Created and sustained systems that support company goals and initiatives/ensured team communication.
  • Communicated company goals and strategies to associates and accountable for proper implementation.
  • Maintain operational excellence-create and sustain systems that support company goals and initiatives.
  • Achieved all company goals concerning customer satisfaction throughout my tenure.
  • Manage total store operations according to district, division and corporation standards and ensure that company goals are reached or exceeded.
  • Created team building activities to ensure atmosphere in store is positive and fun while everyone is achieving company goals in sales.
  • Maximize store sales and profit through effective business management, while achieving business satisfaction, brand integrity and Company goals.
  • Collaborated with store associates to maintain store presentation standards, support, brand consistency, and exceed company goals.
  • Manage and coach a team of ten to fifteen members to improve personal performance and reach company goals.
  • Manage a team to meet company goals and expectations while leading a high level of brand standards.
  • Started company as a sales associate built a career through promotions and consistent execution of company goals.
  • Learned how to manage others, maintained high store standards and met or beat company goals.
  • Delegated work responsibilities and empowered staff to work as team members to achieve company goals.
  • Developed customer service and interpersonal skills of the staff to ensure achievement of company goals.
  • Promoted to Co-Manager after 10 days Assisted manager to meet store and company goals.
  • Coached and developed team to consistently exceed company goals of conversion and personal sales.
  • Lead a team of 300+ WM associates to achieve operational and company goals.

Show More

34. Food Cost

low Demand
Here's how Food Cost is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Maintained daily operations by initiating programs within the new stores to control food cost, labor, and ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Managed shifts to meet quota for Labor, Food Costs and Sales goals in a fast paced and demanding industry.
  • Worked closely with general manager to manage employees Responsible for nightly deposits Responsible for keeping food cost and labor within budget
  • Surpassed sales, food cost, and labor goals in order to achieve a bonus the previous five quarters.
  • Conducted weekly inventory, calculating food cost, paper cost, labor expense, by maintaining within budget.
  • Managed day-to-day operation by managing labor, scheduling, training of employees, food cost and food safety.
  • Run successful shifts by ensuring company compliance of Labor, Food Cost, Service Times, etc.
  • Managed controllable expenses: food costs, labor costs, other operating costs to meet profit objectives.
  • Assisted General Manager in controlling food costs, labor, turnover, inventory, scheduling, etc.
  • Make sure daily goals are met to ensure food cost and labor remains at company standards.
  • Maintained Food cost, P&L forecast, and Labor cost with in company standards.
  • Experienced in operations management, sales, budget development, staffing, and food cost control.
  • Work with management team to maintain food cost and inventory levels while staying within labor guidelines.
  • Managed ordering, receiving and kept inventory weekly to ensure proper food costs and profit.
  • Monitored labor, and food cost, Bank deposits, and daily paper work.
  • Cut food cost by 10% by making sure every employee was properly trained.
  • Adhered to administrative controls over payroll, food costs, staffing and ordering.
  • Reduced and controlled company expenses (food cost) by 4.04%.
  • Resolve issues related to business, food cost and system usage.
  • Managed customer service, quality control, labor and food costs.

Show More

35. Volume Store

low Demand
Here's how Volume Store is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Promoted from sales associate to sales leader and then co-manager of high volume stores, in an accelerated matter of time.
  • Promoted to a higher volume store in 2009 where I trained new store management in roles, responsibilities and company standards.
  • Achieve one of the lowest shrink decreases for a larger volume store at a top volume location for the district.
  • Trained, developed, motivated and supervised sales staff, in one of the company's largest volume store.
  • Screened applicants and held group interviews to hold up to 60 positions within our region's largest volume store.
  • Increased sales annually in high volume store while reducing shrink to less than one and one half percent.
  • Traveled to assist in new store openings staffing and store set, and assistance in lower volume stores.
  • Assist in the overall operation of the high volume store, assure customer service and productivity sales goals.
  • Led 11 departments and over 125 team members at the largest volume store in an 18-store market.
  • Experienced in high volume and low volume stores with exposure to both Grocery and Merchandising business.
  • Managed high volume stores with 2500 customers per day and maintained $550,000 weekly sales budget.
  • Assisted in improving two stores from a low volume to a medium-higher volume store within months.
  • Managed all day-to-day operations for a high volume store generating over $2 million in sales.
  • Co-managed the company's $1.5MM top volume store out of eight in the region.
  • Act as second in command assisting the store manager in running 4 million volume store.
  • Inventoried paper/food items on a weekly basis and ordered produce for a high volume store.
  • Exceeded sales goals monthly resulting in Mall of America becoming highest volume store in company.
  • Manage Walmart High volume store, with sales of approximately $85 million per year.
  • Recruited top talent for high volume store based on company standards while maintaining sales goals/metrics.
  • Involved in day-to-day operations of one of the top volume stores in the region.

Show More

36. Financial Performance

low Demand
Here's how Financial Performance is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Drive sales and financial performance of the facility by managing associates, providing customer service and directing daily merchandising and operations.
  • Assisted the store manager in regular store-level financial performance discussions including developing budgets, meeting sales goals and managing expenses.
  • Interpret, analyze and explain financial data, ensuring budgets and financial performance are aligned with business strategic requirements.
  • Assist in store-level financial performance, including developing budgets and communicating other targeted goals with store associates.
  • Reported and consolidated company financial performance; prepared accurate financial statements at end of the quarter.
  • Collaborated with Manager regarding store financial performance, product inventory and merchandising concerns.
  • Manage budgets to ensure financial performance is aligned with business requirements.
  • Maximized overall financial performance, including membership and sales growth.
  • Manage budgets and financial performance with business strategic requirements.
  • Drive the financial performance of the facility by ensuring the budgets sales, wages and other Expenses came in on target.
  • Assisted lead manager in driving sales and financial performance of the facility, and directed associates in day-to-day operations.
  • Supported store manager with budgeting and forecasting of sales and developed plans to correct deficiencies in financial performance.
  • Ensured optimal financial performance by monitoring resource allocation, accounts payable, and compliance with company policy.
  • Assisted management in maintaining financial performance of the store and consistently ensured sales and profit were achieved.
  • Manage $1OOM budget and ensure budgets and financial performance are aligned with business strategic requirements.
  • Drive financial performance of facility by ensuring that sales and profit goals are exceeded and achieved.
  • Drive sales and profit expectations and document financial performance through P&L and select reports.
  • Plan and execute operations while supporting the store manager in driving sales and financial performance.
  • Directed the management team in facility operations, merchandising, sales, and financial performance.
  • Managed budgets, sales projections, and evaluate financial performance to ensure store profitability.

Show More

37. Crew Members

low Demand
Here's how Crew Members is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Communicated clearly and positively with crew members and fellow managers.
  • Worked with crew on training and testing of new positions in order to move crew members up within the company.
  • Trained new crew members for both front of house and kitchen areas, as well as management staff.
  • Developed and trained 5 assistant managers, 3 General Managers, and 6 crew members into management.
  • Participate in all applicant interviews, new hire employees, training crew members per policy and procedures.
  • Recruited, trained, and scheduled a full working staff of up to 30 crew members.
  • Supervised (15) crew members and (2) crew leader assistants during normal shift.
  • Co-Managed a team of 30 plus crew members and shift managers to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Worked directly with crew members and customers to provide the best dinning experience possible.
  • Tested and trained a handful of crew members to become leaders within the store.
  • Created an in-depth training program for incoming crew members, and for promoting within.
  • Manage 2-5 crew members per shift to ensure timely and friendly customer service.
  • Manage and develop managers, hire and promote new and current crew members.
  • Lead by example, motivating crew members, while giving outstanding customer service.
  • Work closely with all crew members to increase their effectiveness as a team.
  • Assisted the Unit Director in providing leadership and coaching to crew members.
  • On-boarded all new crew members and trained them on all daily tasks.
  • Interviewed, recommended, selected and trained crew members in the restaurant.
  • Trained and developed new crew members with special focus on customer service.
  • Determine the crew staffing requirements by recruiting and training crew members.

Show More

38. Dollar Store

low Demand
Here's how Dollar Store is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Supervised inventory, deliveries, purchasing and customer service for day-to-day operations of 4-million dollar store.
  • Developed the fundamental skills needed to teach, train, and develop team-members, and manage a top-performing million dollar store.
  • Increase volume of store from a 3.5 million dollar store to a 5.5 million dollar store within a year and half.
  • Manage a budget, payroll, schedules, and most of all manage a 93 million dollar store.
  • Controlled and impacted conversion and sales by establishing client sales approach in a 72 million dollar store.
  • Recruited, trained, and developed a floor set/ merchandising team for a 5 million dollar store.
  • Maintained a clear and conscious goal oriented mind frame when managed this 2 Million Dollar store.
  • Assisted in interviewing, training, and development of staff for a 3 million dollar store.
  • Managed a 3.5 million dollar store with a staff of 30 employees including 4 managers.
  • Job Description: Managed a two million dollar store, ensured the facility functioned accurately.
  • Assist store manager with all aspects of store operations for a 1.2 million dollar store.
  • Managed up to 15 to 20 employees in a profitable six million dollar store.
  • Supervised and monitored hourly, weekly and monthly sales of 6 million dollar store.
  • Managed 15 to 20 employees and daily operation of 1.5 million dollar store.
  • Operated a 1.2 million dollar store in the absence of the store manager.
  • Achieved and maintained highest average dollar store sales in the district.
  • Managed $3million dollar store, with staff of 30.
  • Managed 75 sales associates in a six million dollar store.
  • Assisted in the management of a 1.5 million dollar store.
  • Led my store to become a Million Dollar Store.

Show More

39. Store Staff

low Demand
Here's how Store Staff is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Coached my store staff for accountability to increase their effectiveness and efficiently.
  • Assist in interviewing/orientation/training of store staff and scheduling.
  • Coordinated store staffing requirements and training programs.
  • Assist with store staffing schedules by appropriately scheduling people for hours they can work so it did not cause a discrepancy.
  • Train and supervise store staff through team building and motivating each team member's strengths and build their weakest areas.
  • Started as the Hiring Manager duties included maintain store staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees.
  • Recruit, interview, hire, schedule, train, counsel, and motivate store staff; manage employee payrolls.
  • Maintained store staff results by coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; planning, and appraising job results.
  • Managed store staff starting with good training, coaching and regular reviews, then encouragement and promotion.
  • Managed, trained and coached store staff to reach for the highest level of sales and productivity.
  • Facilitated many store and company functions and arrangements to improve status and moral of store staff.
  • Educate store staff to maximize sales by emphasizing the importance of building a loyal customer base.
  • Opened the largest sq ft LOS store and developed new store staff through training and development.
  • Inventory control, scheduling, recruiting, training store staff, maintaining preferred customer base.
  • Recruited top talent to ensure store staff levels were met and prevent employee turnover.
  • Hire, train, develop, Manage store staffing levels, Promote store safety.
  • Assisted in the selection, orientation, and training and development of store staff.
  • Recruit, interview and select store staff and ensure new hire paperwork is completed.
  • Provide leadership and direction to the store staff, including supervisors and associates.
  • Participate in weekly meetings with the store staff and maintain daily communications.

Show More

40. Weekly Basis

low Demand
Here's how Weekly Basis is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Participated in activities with residents on a weekly basis for the purpose of maintaining exceptional resident relations.
  • Organized a weekly schedule for over 40 employees on a weekly basis to ensure proper employee coverage to run a restaurant.
  • Maintained parts inventory of 350 part numbers including the ordering of all new and replacement parts on a weekly basis.
  • Collaborate with store manager in the development and implementation of financial plans to drive KPI performance on a weekly basis.
  • Completed necessary paperwork regarding payroll, scheduling, and communication from company to stores on a daily and weekly basis.
  • Take conference calls with District Manager on a weekly basis and have led conference calls with other Store Managers.
  • Scheduled staff on a weekly basis, compiled grocery orders and inventories, compiled daily and weekly payroll reports
  • Conducted and reconciled inventory counts for low peg, high value and focus items on a weekly basis.
  • Analyzed weekly/ monthly sales and OH stock levels and communicated to Home office on a weekly basis.
  • Ensured payroll goals were maintained on a weekly basis as well as other various KPI's.
  • Maintain personal, staff, and store goals on a daily, monthly and weekly basis.
  • Designated tasks for sales associates and provided feedback and coaching on a daily and weekly basis.
  • Compiled detailed sales figures and reported them to the corporate office on a weekly basis.
  • Completed payroll on a weekly basis as well as cash deposits on a nightly basis.
  • Utilize reports from store database to measure successes and opportunities on daily and weekly basis.
  • Conducted inventory counts and ordered items to restock business supplies on a bi-weekly basis.
  • Created employee schedule on weekly basis; hired, trained, and disciplined staff.
  • Complete scheduling and daily planners to meet business analysis needs on a weekly basis.
  • Wine Buyer, responsible for ordering from distributors on a weekly basis.
  • Executed all new marketing for promotions and markdowns on a weekly basis.

Show More

41. Business Results

low Demand
Here's how Business Results is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Drive business results by motivating and coaching associates to achieve desired business results.
  • Analyzed business results to identify all performance strengths & opportunities.
  • Worked closely with Store Manager to deliver consistent business results.
  • Delivered business results through analysis of reporting and taking action.
  • Analyzed business results and communicated direction of business.
  • Relay daily business results to District Manager while constantly implementing strategic business plans for the accomplishment and delivery of sales goals.
  • Analyze business results daily to track trends and set goals and forecasts, and ensure payroll meets the allotted budget.
  • Drive Associate Engagement by empowering their feedback and ideas to drive business results for our store and overall enterprise.
  • Analyze Business Results and key business metrics to identify Store performance strengths and opportunities.
  • Build sales and drive better business results by giving customer an exceptional shopping experience.
  • Managed payroll and analyzed daily business results in order to ensure profitable store.
  • Assist in the tracking and monitoring, and communication of business results.
  • Count down registers, analyze business results & provide suggestions for improvements.
  • Analyze business results in order to plan and drive top line sales.
  • Provided assistance to Store Manager while gaining insight in business results.
  • Created strategies based on sales numbers to improve business results.
  • Utilized daily sales reports to analyze and track business results.
  • Analyze daily business results to drive profitable top-line sales growth.
  • Analyze business results to write an effective schedule.
  • Drive business results by understanding goals and expectations.

Show More

42. Store Appearance

low Demand
Here's how Store Appearance is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Perform all operational procedures accurately, including organizing the stockroom and maintaining store appearance according to Operations Policies.
  • Managed shift operation, responsible for store appearance and delegated responsibilities to employees.
  • Maintained store appearance to promote product awareness.
  • Help to keep up the store appearance and try to make sure that ever customer is satisfied with their shopping experience.
  • Follow company s protocol for new customer sign-up, follow up-phone calls, general housekeeping to support store appearance.
  • Conduct store tours in order to maintain high standards for merchandising, store appearance and customer service expectations.
  • Manage multiple employees towards sales, proper client conduct and store appearance in a total professional manner.
  • Maintained store appearance, functionality and guest relations with focus on complete and total customer satisfaction.
  • Handled displays and floor sets, receiving accolades from company executives for store appearance and standards.
  • Maintained orderly store appearance by implementing usage of the store diary provided by corporate.
  • Have great customer service, maintain store appearance, and support General Manager.
  • Maintained store appearance, kept up with store promotions on a timely manner.
  • Maintained store appearance to keep a clean and safe work environment.
  • Execute visual standards and maintain a safe and inviting store appearance.
  • Reset and maintain store appearance for new products and company guidelines.
  • Maintained store operations and store appearance in accordance with company standards.
  • Ensured store appearance and maintenance standards were exceeded.
  • Maintained store appearance and product displays.
  • Ranked #1 in district in store appearance and tied for first in Out of Stock test scores in that timeperiod
  • promote and maintain a clean and organized store appearance.

Show More

43. Corporate Office

low Demand
Here's how Corporate Office is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Leveraged merchandising/operations and people programs, Supported and implemented all customer service programs from market level and the corporate office.
  • Collaborated with corporate office in safety audits, special projects, monthly operating statements and in-store promotions.
  • Garnered recognition and multiple awards from corporate offices for customer satisfaction and surveys.
  • Managed plan-o-grams from Corporate office to Vendors ensuring products were merchandised effectively.
  • Communicated with corporate office and other levels of management.
  • Execute visual merchandising directives from corporate office.
  • Ensured that all accounts payable invoices are submitted to the corporate office for payment, handled petty cash and all funds.
  • Create new products that maximize profit percentage to sell at retail locations, and pitch products to various supermarkets corporate offices.
  • Communicated with the corporate offices of the business to come up with better business ideas, as well as designs.
  • Produced schedules for material deliveries, dispatching delivery trucks, interfacing with customers, outside sales force, corporate office.
  • Exceeded revenue goals of $600,000 per week, set by corporate office, while providing superior customer service.
  • Assisted and collaborated with corporate office personnel to increase sales, drive/promote merchandise categories, and expand markets.
  • Calculated daily sales/returns filed a hard copy and sent this information to our corporate office via email.
  • Reported all revenue to corporate office, payroll processing and ordered inventory for grow of store.
  • Nominated and served as a liaison between employees, senior management and corporate officers.
  • Maintained payroll, store operations, and daily tasks as directed by corporate office.
  • Worked on the development and testing of new inventory software for the corporate office.
  • Interfaced with Express Design Studio's Corporate office to achieve monthly sales objectives.
  • Organized sales reports, filed and mailed out receipts to corporate office.
  • Filed financial end-of-day reports to corporate office, including sales and payroll.

Show More

44. Department Heads

low Demand
Here's how Department Heads is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Collaborated with department heads and store associates to identify opportunities in the store, develop timely solutions and ensure implementation.
  • Partnered with department heads and associates to identify opportunities by developing timely solutions and creating action plans to ensure implementation.
  • Work closely with department heads keeping them informed of matters that affected individual and departmental performance.
  • Maintained cooperative productivity throughout store by installing open channels of communication between Management and Department Heads.
  • Provided timely feedback to department heads and associates on individual and department performance.
  • Trained and managed several department heads and achieved significant improvements in their productivity.
  • Communicate and coordinate with department heads daily to execute company objectives.
  • Worked with department heads and associates to identify opportunities in the store, developed timely solutions and created action plans.
  • Supervised the scheduling of store personnel, reviewed schedules with the department heads to assure conformance to the work load.
  • Communicated with upper management and other department heads to identify and address needs pertaining to the employees and customers.
  • Charged with scheduling, the hiring process to include Department Heads, planning hiring events and interviews for Kroger.
  • Inventory for these Departments fell solely on the Department Heads who ran each Department, but also me.
  • Reported communications to department heads to inform them of their roles as it pertained to the business.
  • Conducted annual evaluations of all department heads and carried role of Acting Store Manager as needed.
  • Conducted weekly meetings with all department heads to ensure departments are up to store standards.
  • Supervised assistant managers and department heads and a staff of 80 to 100 persons.
  • Conferred or consulted with department heads to plan advertising and special sales events.
  • Included working with the cashiers and bookkeepers, department heads and stock crew.
  • Work with department heads and associates to maximize sales while minimizing shrink.
  • Organized training sessions with department heads to plan and assess department readiness.

Show More

45. Data Entry

low Demand
Here's how Data Entry is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Ordered merchandise and prepared requisitions to replenish merchandise on hand through computer data entry process.
  • Maintained and input data entry into statistical and financial records.
  • Performed: Data entry, Progress tracking, Reporting, Updating, Follow up to assure required procedures were followed.
  • Maintained all tills, daily deposits, payroll, data entry, received and shelved new stock weekly,
  • Perform data entry of daily sales, void transactions, price overrides, and error corrects.
  • Performed word processing, data entry, all correspondence, marketing and promotions.
  • Performed HRIS data entry for new hires, rehires, transfers and terminations.
  • Started with basic retail and data entry and stocking shelves.
  • Manage inventory through data entry and PDT functionality devices.
  • Perform data entry when necessary.
  • Perform data entry services for the company in regards to punching in customer information, call logs and successful renewals.
  • Key holder, opening and closing duties Handling money and deposits Data Entry - Training new employees
  • work with members and vendors - did billing and data entry - order supplies monthly - clean and organize gym
  • Manage a full staff Schedules Customer Service Reliable for data entry Responsible for meetings Payroll Sales

Show More

46. Special Orders

low Demand
Here's how Special Orders is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Tracked down and corrected misdirected customers special orders.
  • Received weekly warehouse shipments and daily shipments, fulfilled special orders from customers and requests from other stores within company nationwide.
  • Prepare sales slips or sales contracts and place special orders or call other stores to find desired items.
  • Interacted with corporate regarding availability, pricing, buy-backs, damaged product, and special orders.
  • Coordinate load lists and create special orders for salesmen who are out of the store accurately.
  • Placed special orders, reviewed bill of lading for inbound shipments, transferred damaged merchandise.
  • Ensured that special orders were provided for customers and businesses (customer assistance).
  • Handled any client disputes related to the outside sales team or special orders.
  • Assisted outside sales team with quotes, special orders, and customer service.
  • Processed and received shipments and special orders from various locations nationwide.
  • Deal with store-to-store transfers and special orders on a daily basis.
  • Ordered, received and inventoried all stock and special orders.
  • Maintain inventory levels and manage incoming freight and special orders.
  • Place special orders and expedite to find desired items.
  • Check In the vendors for special orders.
  • Pack and ship special orders.
  • Provide exceptional customer service, manage layaway's, assist customers in the fitting room and with special orders .
  • Performed simple accounting calculations for layaways and special orders.
  • Operated cash register Unpack shipment and organized shoe stock - ship special orders to customers Clean the store

Show More

47. Company Assets

low Demand
Here's how Company Assets is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Minimized company shrinkage and provided various loss prevention techniques to protect company assets.
  • Enforced Loss Prevention practices and completed operational assessments to protect company assets.
  • Safeguarded company assets by identifying opportunities to prevent shrink.
  • Protected company assets by analyzing/ minimizing potential lease risks
  • Monitor company assets through providing accurate inventory controls.
  • Protected company assets an insured customer satisfaction.
  • Protect company assets and ensure a safe work environment by adhering to established Loss Prevention policies, programs, and procedures.
  • Promoted a low shrink atmosphere with strong leadership and helped control company assets and inventory by promoting loss prevention measures.
  • Monitored weekly ordering to ensure store inventory was not in excess of demand and company assets were not tied up.
  • Protected the security of cash, inventory, and other company assets according to guidelines and directives.
  • Control expenses, protect company assets and brand, and maximize profits through superior customer service.
  • Protect the security of cash, inventory and company assets according to policy and procedures.
  • Controlled company assets through loss prevention measures, inventory and company standards of conduct.
  • Maintained the cleanliness and quality of appearance of the location and preserved company assets.
  • Monitored all methods of loss prevention which includes the protection of company assets.
  • Safeguard company assets by identifying internal and external theft and reduce claims.
  • Provided leadership in the development of annual shrink prevention for company assets.
  • Support loss prevention practices and conduct assessments to protect company assets.
  • Direct loss prevention and safety activities to protect company assets.
  • Followed all Loss Prevention practices to cover company assets.

Show More

48. Weekly Inventory

low Demand
Here's how Weekly Inventory is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Conducted weekly inventory of approximately $1 Million of on-ground commodity and special-order building materials.
  • Maintain weekly inventory levels through a never-out-of-stock process.
  • Re-ordered weekly inventory, receiving and delivery.
  • Assisted with weekly inventory of accountable merchandise.
  • Balanced the cash register to the daily sales report and made cash deposits, as well as completed a Weekly inventory.
  • Informed area supervisor of weekly forecast summary, payroll, weekly inventory, created weekly staff reports and product order forms.
  • Placed bi-weekly food orders and performed weekly inventory counts, as well as daily key item counts.
  • Handle making schedule and running shifts doing weekly inventory and ordering product weekly for the store.
  • Increased profits by utilizing a weekly inventory system to reduce the loss of perishable goods.
  • Prepared weekly inventory for food products and paper products and submitted orders to vendors.
  • Maintained daily and weekly inventory levels and placed orders as needed.
  • Managed non-foods department with a weekly inventory of 500,000 items.
  • Conduct weekly inventory and resolve any and all customer issues.
  • Conducted mini weekly inventory audits and monthly store audits.
  • Preformed weekly inventory as well as ordering product stock.
  • Completed daily and weekly inventory of products sold.
  • Maintained weekly inventory of liquor and bar supplies.
  • Perform accurate weekly inventory counts using RF scanner.
  • Recorded and handled weekly inventory and shipment.
  • Retail Closing and opening store, handled money deposits, customer service, weekly inventory checks, recieveing shipments,

Show More

49. Store Policies

low Demand
Here's how Store Policies is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Controlled activities related to cashing in areas of returns, purchasing, exchanges and executing enforcement of store policies.
  • Opened a new store location and assisted in training new managers and sales associates on store policies and procedures.
  • Maintained store specific standards, implementation of store policies and standards while providing Customer First environment and positive sales.
  • Trained all new employees to deliver outstanding customer service while maintaining company standards with store policies and procedures.
  • Led by example and ensured the implementation of all operational/financial strategies, security, and store policies.
  • Schedule, supervise, and ensure that all Gas Station Attendants adhere to store policies and procedures.
  • Train new associates/ new hires regarding store policies and procedures as well as register and customer service.
  • Maintain store in an orderly and well stocked atmosphere required of store policies and procedures.
  • Ensured store policies and procedures were followed to delight our clients and grow our business.
  • Assist with new employee training including store policies, services, and register operations.
  • Train new employees on store policies and the proper use of the cash register.
  • Utilized Walmart's Coaching for Improvement Process to help associates understand store policies.
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of store policies regarding payments, returns, and exchanges.
  • Applied and upheld store policies and ensured compliance with all opening/closing functions.
  • Trained new employees on customer relations, service skills and store policies.
  • Maintained up to date knowledge of store policies regarding returns and exchanges.
  • Follow and enforce store policies, security measures and customer service standards.
  • Controlled and adhered to payroll guidelines, store policies and procedures.
  • Maintained ABC testing and procedures along with our own store policies.
  • Implement store policies and procedures and disciplinary actions for any infraction.

Show More

50. UPT

low Demand
Here's how UPT is used in Co-Manager jobs:
  • Provided phenomenal customer service to increase the UPT to 3 or more items and ADS to $40 or more.
  • Performed analysis on UPT (Unit Per Transaction), ADS (Average Dollar Sales) and overall product movement.
  • Utilized the ACES program to produce employee work schedules ensuring continual and uninterrupted floor coverage during all store hours.
  • Achieved top sales metrics in the district, specifically in UPT, ADS, and conversion resulting in promotion.
  • Deliver sales results by understanding the motivation to building UPT, ADS, SPH and conversion.
  • Service multiple customers and keep track of what one is doing regardless of frequent interruptions.
  • Acted as construction liaison during remodels to ensure that business was uninterrupted and deadlines were met
  • Restrained disruptive residents to prevent injury to themselves and others.
  • Monitored varying metrics including conversion, UPT, and DPT.
  • Produced revenue with the focus on the ADS and UPT holding a 20% over LY.
  • Drive conversion, ADS, UPT.
  • Warehouse Supervisor Responsibilities Successfully managed $100MM credit line through duration of company bankruptcy.
  • Company declared bankruptcy) * Completed company Customer Service Training Class
  • Run numerous sales segments achieving high ADS and UPT.
  • Net Sales, ROV, Conversion, UPT, DPT, AUR, etc.)
  • Support Store Manag er in meeting s and exceeding sales g oals by driving conversion, UPT, ADS.
  • Balance corporate visual directives with store-specific requirements to create wardrobe displays to increase UPT and drive volume of accessories.
  • Tracked sales (UPT, ADS and Conversion) *Customer service *Stock
  • Supervised upto 13 stylists Opened and Closed the store.

Show More

20 Most Common Skill for a Co-Manager

Customer Service22.9%
Sales Goals10%
Merchandise Presentation9.1%
New Merchandise9.1%
Sales Floor6.2%
Loss Prevention6.2%
Retail Store4.8%
Inventory Control4.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Co-Manager

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Customer Service
Customer Service
19.3%
19.3%
2
2
Sales Goals
Sales Goals
8.5%
8.5%
3
3
Merchandise Presentation
Merchandise Presentation
7.7%
7.7%
4
4
New Merchandise
New Merchandise
7.7%
7.7%
5
5
Sales Floor
Sales Floor
5.3%
5.3%
6
6
Loss Prevention
Loss Prevention
5.2%
5.2%
7
7
Retail Store
Retail Store
4%
4%
8
8
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
4%
4%
9
9
Food Safety
Food Safety
3.8%
3.8%
10
10
Total Store Operations
Total Store Operations
3.4%
3.4%
11
11
Daily Operations
Daily Operations
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Bank Deposits
Bank Deposits
2%
2%
13
13
Company Standards
Company Standards
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Company Policies
Company Policies
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Human Resources
Human Resources
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Customer Complaints
Customer Complaints
1.4%
1.4%
17
17
Product Knowledge
Product Knowledge
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Weekly Schedules
Weekly Schedules
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Inventory Management
Inventory Management
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
New Associates
New Associates
1%
1%
22
22
Customer Relations
Customer Relations
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
Performance Reviews
Performance Reviews
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Action Plans
Action Plans
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
Entire Store
Entire Store
0.7%
0.7%
26
26
POS
POS
0.7%
0.7%
27
27
Annual Sales
Annual Sales
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Assist Store
Assist Store
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Day-To-Day Operations
Day-To-Day Operations
0.6%
0.6%
30
30
Sales Plan
Sales Plan
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Stock Room
Stock Room
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
Company Goals
Company Goals
0.5%
0.5%
34
34
Food Cost
Food Cost
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
Volume Store
Volume Store
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Financial Performance
Financial Performance
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Crew Members
Crew Members
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
Dollar Store
Dollar Store
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Store Staff
Store Staff
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Weekly Basis
Weekly Basis
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Business Results
Business Results
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
Store Appearance
Store Appearance
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Corporate Office
Corporate Office
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Department Heads
Department Heads
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Data Entry
Data Entry
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Special Orders
Special Orders
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Company Assets
Company Assets
0.3%
0.3%
48
48
Weekly Inventory
Weekly Inventory
0.3%
0.3%
49
49
Store Policies
Store Policies
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
UPT
UPT
0.3%
0.3%

107,855 Co-Manager Jobs

Where do you want to work?