Tractor Supply Company Unassigned Store Manager in Decatur, Texas
Tractor Supply Company
Due to our continued growth, Tractor Supply Company is seeking experienced Store Managers to come join our team as an unassigned Store Manager in Training
What does that mean exactly?
We know we will need Store Managers, and we are always open to hiring top talent, however, due to restructuring and promotions as we grow, we aren't 100% certain as to which store you will manage after training.So, in some cases, relocation may be required.If you are looking for a stable, growing, mission and values based company, read on to learn about how the process works for you to potentially join our team!
Number one priority: build and lead a terrific team while increasing sales and profits of your operation. This opportunity combines selling, relationship retailing and store operations. You'll wear many hats: supervisor, inventory controller, display and merchandising pro, and driver of increased performance and profits. Don't expect to sit behind a desk; this is a hands-on, sales floor job with a lot of customer interaction that will enable you to make an impact on all aspects of your business.
This sounds great! What do I need to do to be considered?
First, you apply. From there, your resume will be reviewed by the recruiting team and if your qualifications match our requirements, someone will contact you to discuss your background. You and the recruiter will discuss your relocation preferences in order and depending on where our needs are, you will speak with a hiring manager in your preference area. We will work to the best of our ability to place you near your current home or in your preferred geography, but please keep in mind this can't be guaranteed.
After your phone screen with the hiring manager you will do a few more rounds of interviews and if all goes well, you will be extended an offer.
On average, Store managers will be in the training store for 3-6 months before taking over their own store.
Qualified candidates must have:
At least two years' hard lines retail management experience that includes P&L, staff supervision, shrink control and payroll
A valid driver's license for the travel you'll be doing
Minimum of a high school diploma/GED ( a bachelor's degree in a business, agriculture or related field is desirable)
Proven communication and leadership skills
Ability to relocate within your district if necessary
Excellent benefits, outstanding growth opportunities and quality of life are only the beginning. EOE
WORK HARD. HAVE FUN. MAKE MONEY
Education and Experience:
Minimum of two years hard lines retail management experience required
High school diploma or the equivalent
Bachelor degree in agricultural-science or business related field desired
P&L, scheduling and payroll management experience required
Shrink control experience required
Team member staffing, hiring, supervision and counseling experience required
Must have a Valid Driver's License if you drive for company business
Highly motivated leader capable of motivating others to achieve company goals
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to resolve issues ethically and with minimal conflict
Strong verbal and written communication skills
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a team member to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, team member is regularly required to:
Perform and execute principle responsibilities
Process information / merchandise through system and POS Register system
Communicate effectively with team members and customers
Read, write, and count to accurately complete all documentation
Freely access all areas of the store including selling floor, side lot, stock area and register area
Operate and use all equipment necessary to run a store such as a dolly, hand-truck, forklift, computer and cash register
Squat, bend, stoop and climb ladders
Move and transfer merchandise generally weighing 0 -- 50 pounds throughout the store
Work varied hours, days, night and weekends as business dictates, plus six days a week during peak seasons in the spring and fall
Work a minimum of 52 hours per week
Stand and walk for long periods of time often up to four hours straight without a break
Travel to other store locations and to company functions