Come help build the coolest convenience experience on the planet!
The Assistant Store Manager is the right-hand of the Store Manager. You will step in as the Store Manager when the manager is not around. You will help drive results through effective leadership, training, and inventory management. No matter the task, you will need to keep a level head, be able to multitask, and have excellent people skills. People skills are a must in this role. You will interact with customers, employees, vendors, and other members of management on a consistent basis. You should be a good teacher and mentor. Your job is to be attentive to the employees by motivating them to succeed and improve.
What You’ll do as an Assistant Store Manager:
Perform all duties of the Cashier and Lead Cashier
Assist with training and supervision of employees
Provide professional leadership and mentorship to store employees
Promote excellent service; resolve customer complaints in a timely and professional manner
Ensure merchandise is available, stocked, priced and all advertising material is displayed correctly
Complete general reporting and bookkeeping responsibilities as required
Support effective store operations including but not limited to inventory, cash management, bank deposits, staff meetings work schedules, shift checkout procedures and food service quality
Support the Store Manager with the inspection of the facilities and equipment for safety, cleanliness, and proper working order, submitting requests for repairs and maintenance when appropriate
Safeguard and accounts for all money received and disbursed
Support Food Service operations when need including stocking food display items and maintaining the self-serve offerings (coffee dispensers, fountain machine, and condiment center)
Adhere to all city, county, state, and federal laws affecting store operations including the sale of tobacco and alcohol product
Meet the physical demands of lifting, bending, carrying, pushing, and pulling of items weighing up to 50 lbs.as well as standing for long periods of time
Additional responsibilities as assigned
You’ll be a Great Fit if You Have:
A high school diploma/GED
1-2 years of supervisory experience, experience in a convenience store environment is a plus
Strong interpersonal skills
Basic problem solving and analytical skills
Proficient with basic computer skills
Proven ability to stay calm and confident under pressure, while delivering extraordinary customer service
A Food Handlers Permit, if required by the store/county, required
Connections with great people and a great company
Team environment that’s supportive and fun!
Opportunities to learn about great customer service and retail
Competitive Market-based pay, great benefits, and career growth opportunities
What we believe in:
Treating others better than they expect to be treated
Making Maverik a great place to work by having fun and taking responsibility
Making Maverik a great operator for our customer by being a problem solver and putting the customer first
Making Maverik a great growth company by sharing ideas and working to get better every day
Opportunity to Advance; we promote from within!
Exciting Incentives - Team Climb Employee Bonus
Paid Vacation - Earn PTO starting day one!
Medical, Dental and Vision insurance for full time employees
$75 annual gym reimbursement
401k with company match
$15,000 company paid Life Insurance
50% discount on food/drink items purchased while on shift.
Maverik was founded by Reuel Call in Afton, Wyo., in 1928, and has grown to over 330 stores in 11 states to become the largest independent convenience store chain in the Inter-mountain West. Maverik currently employs nearly 6000 Adventure Guides and has ambitious growth plans, including expansion into markets west of the Mississippi. As Adventure’s First Stop, Maverik lives up to its purpose to build the coolest convenience-experience on the planet.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the all functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level is usually moderate.