Supervisory Sales Clerks

Company Name:
Navy Exchange
Position Type:
The Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) is a multi-billion dollar global retail organization providing retail stores and services on Navy Bases around the world.
We are seeking experienced Retail Supervisors to join our team located at the Annapolis Navy Exchange.
This is a government job with a competitive salary, fantastic benefits and an opportunity to serve the military members who protect our country. Benefits include medical, dental, life insurance, 401K, annual leave, sick leave and paid holidays.
REQUISITIONS 1400017N - Electronics
140001AH - Garden Shop
1400012R - Men's, Uniforms, Children's Shoes
Job Summary:
Supervises associates engaged in selling, stocking, and merchandising a variety of retail and/or services items.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Provides work direction and supervision for a group of associates within assigned departments engaged in performing various clerical, retail and services functions.
Prepares work schedules; makes assignments and reassignments depending on workload; provides on-the-job training, instructions on new procedures
Reviews work of subordinates; accomplishes performance appraisals; approves/ disapproves leave.
Promotes employee morale.
Ensures timely restock of merchandise. Maintains inventory in accordance with prescribed levels.
Supervises and participates in inventories and ensures correct procedures for the receipt, pricing and storage of merchandise. -
Responsible for the efficient operation of assigned merchandise departments within the main retail store or service departments.
Determines available shelf space and amounts of merchandise to be displayed.
Assures prices are marked on individual items and that displays are safely and neatly arranged.
Assures areas are kept clean and orderly.
Ensures that the Navy Exchange customer service standards are maintained.
Performs other related duties as assigned, which may include preparing and processing retail and services accounting documents, identifying and researching discrepancies in accounting documents or transactions, cash collection and processing, timecard maintenance, preparing routine correspondence, etc.

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