Apply for this jobJob Description Location: 95 Chiswick High Road, London, W4 2EF This is a fantastic opportunity to become part of the world’s largest pizza delivery company. Domino’s Pizza, a place where winning, service, quality and relationships are values that underpin all that we do. The Store Manager is key in ensuring the store is run efficiently and profitably in accordance with the company policies and procedures. Key Responsibilities:
Create rosters for employees. Order stock and complete stock-takes. Manage the store during a shift and report any issues to your Area Manager. Carry out all aspects of recruitment, training and development. Be responsible for managing cash and other daily administrative tasks. Promote a positive brand image and provide excellent customer experience at all times. To monitor and maintain Domino’s Pizza Health & Safety standards.
What will be needed to be a Successful Store Manager:
You will have an amazing visual eye to give your store the WOW FACTOR. You will be hands on with staff and customers and enjoy leading the store to continued success. You will have strong commercial and operational understanding for sales (KPI's), developing your team and managing the day to day duties of being a Store Manager. You will currently be a Store Manager or Assistant Manager. You will be personable, warm and engaging as you will be part of a community of core customers. You will have experience working in any of the following sector's: hospitality, quick-service restaurants or retail. You will enjoy sales and giving exceptional customer service. You will be organised, have the ability to delegate and prioritise the daily tasks of the job.
What will you get in return:
Salary: From £27,000 to £30,000 per year (depending on experience) + bonus potential Full training provided FREE staff meals whilst on duty Uniform provided Generous bonus structure in place 28 days holidays including bank holidays Working for a well-known multinational company Staff discounts Annual staff party Employee Recognition scheme