Retail Store Manager Trainee

As a Store Manager Trainee, the candidate will be trained and responsible for:
Associate Capability and Retention
Customer Satisfaction & Loyalty
Providing Products and Services
Creating Results for Teammates, Customers, and the Company.
The candidate will be involved in every aspect of the store operation; this position involves a commitment to building teammate and customer satisfaction. While selecting, coaching and developing store teammates, they will be responsible for merchandising, advertising and promotion of our products and services. Success at this level can open up a wealth of additional challenging career opportunities.
Chosen candidates will receive education and training on our products, services and processes along with continuing management training in all facets of our business management.
We offer an outstanding compensation package with bonus potential and numerous opportunities for career advancement. As an employee they are also eligible for more than 30 benefits including medical, dental, vision, prescription, 401k with company match, vacation, paid holidays and many more!
Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC (BSRO), a worldwide leader in the automotive industry, owns and operates the largest, most advanced automotive tire and service retail chains in the nation with more than 2,200 locations and over $2 billion in tire and automotive service sales. We are industry leaders in providing teammates with rewarding careers, outstanding opportunities and compensation, a full line-up of benefits and a commitment to ongoing training and professional development
A college degree
Previous retail management experience
Proven track record of success
Post-offer/pre-employment physical, drug screen and background check required.
Valid Driver's License required.
Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer
Contact: Linda Rudd
Email: lrudd@bfrc.com
Please submit resume with salary expectaions to lrudd@bfrc.com.

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