Front End Manager/Supervisor - #104570
Loblaw Companies Ltd - Head Office
Referred applicants should not apply directly to this role.
All referred applicants must first be submitted through Workday by a current Loblaw Colleague.
Come make your difference in communities across Canada, where authenticity, trust and making connections is valued - as we shape the future of Canadian retail, together. Our unique position as one of the country's largest employers, coupled with our commitment to positively impact the lives of all Canadians, provides our colleagues a range of opportunities and experiences to help Canadians Live Life Well.
At Wholesale Club, we succeed through collaboration and commitment and set a high bar for ourselves and those around us. Whether you are just starting your career, re-entering the workforce, or looking for a new job, this is where you belong.
What you'll do:
Oversee the day-to-day operations of the Front End (Cahiers/Cash Office) department within the store
Cash handling and daily balancing.
Daily/Weekly Payroll duties
Scheduling of colleagues
Ensure the department follows all policies and procedures
Train and develop department associates in customer service and product knowledge
Maintain a clean and safe department for customers and employees
Manage departmental expenses and assist in budget preparation
Communicate regularly with store management and other department managers to ensure store-wide goals are being met
Be constantly on the lookout for great talent to join our team
Lead, coach and motivate colleagues to improve productivity, engagement and retention
Be committed to maintaining merchandising and operational standards
Building and leading diverse teams that foster a workplace of inclusiveness and belonging
What you bring:
High school diploma or equivalent; some college coursework preferred
Previous retail management experience, preferably in a departmental or specialty store setting
Strong leadership and interpersonal skills with the ability to motivate and develop associates
Excellent organizational and time management skills
Ability to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends
Proficiency in basic computer skills, including Microsoft Office
Knowledge of retail operations, including merchandising, inventory management, and customer service
Our commitment to Sustainability and Social Impact is an essential part of the way we do business, and we focus our attention on areas where we can have the greatest impact. Our approach to sustainability and social impact is based on three pillars
- Environment, Sourcing and Community
- and we are constantly looking for ways to demonstrate leadership in these important areas.
Our CORE Values
- Care, Ownership, Respect and Excellence
- guide all our decision-making and come to life through our Blue Culture.
We offer our colleagues progressive careers, comprehensive training, flexibility, and other competitive benefits
- these are some of the many reasons why we are one of Canada’s Top Employers, Canada’s
Best Diversity Employers, Canada’s Greenest Employers & Canada’s Top Employers for Young People.
If you are unsure whether your experience matches every requirement above, we encourage you to apply anyway. We are looking for varied perspectives which include diverse experiences that we can add to our team.
We have a long-standing focus on diversity, equity and inclusion because we know it will make our company a better place to work and shop. We are committed to creating accessible environments for our colleagues, candidates and customers. Requests for accommodation due to a disability (which may be visible or invisible, temporary or permanent) can be made at any stage of application and employment.
We encourage candidates to make their accommodation needs known so that we can provide equitable opportunities.
Candidates who are 18 years or older are required to complete a criminal background check. Details will be provided through the application process.