Store Manager #762

Job Description


Job Description

Job Description:

The role of the Store Manager is to manage and direct the operation of a TBC Corporation store; engaged in selling tires and related automotive parts and mechanical services. He/she is responsible for the sales, controllable income, customer satisfaction and associate retention of the location and the quality of its operation, in compliance with TBC's policies and procedures. The Store Manager is responsible for hiring, training, developing and evaluating a staff of employees who exemplify quality service, in all aspects to TBC customers.

Primary Responsibilities

o Achieve Sales and Profit Budgets

o Recruit, Train, Develop, Evaluate, and Retain Employees

o Meet and Exceeds TBC'sCustomerService Excellence Index (CSEI)

o Educate and Explain service recommendation to customers

o Manages Inventory Control

o Provide exceptional customer service through leadership and by example

Job Requirements:

o Ability to work a flexible retail schedule including weekends, evenings and holidays

o Valid Driver's License

o Criminal BackgroundCheck

o Pre-employment Drug Screen

o 18 years or Older

Job Type: Full-time

Company Description
TBC Corporation is a leader in the tire and auto-services aftermarket with a corporate portfolio of more than a dozen brands.
Our company-owned Retail brands include NTB , Tire Kingdom , and Merchant's Tire . Our Franchise division includes Midas and Big O Tires . And, we are home to the Carroll Tire Company, TBC Brands, TBC de Mexico, TBC International, NTW, and R.O. Writer.
For more than 60 years, we have offered our customers the highest-quality tires and expert automotive services. Our Associates have equally exceptional opportunities through training programs and career pathing.
With more than 400 Associates with military service, TBC Corporation values veteran experience in the workplace and is a proud supporter of the United States Armed Forces.
As a nationally-recognized industry leader, TBCTM Associates are active in each of the communities we serve. These efforts stem from our company philosophy to leave everything better--in everything we do.

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