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Grocery Senior Assistant and Duty Manager - NEW WORLD St Martins

Are you experienced in the supermarket industry?

This position is a fantastic opportunity for a motivated, self-confident, team player who enjoys the challenges of a fast paced supermarket. As an integral member of the Grocery team, you will have a significant responsibility and will need to possess the appropriate skills to help lead the daily operations of this busy department in our store.

This is a permanent Part-Time position with full time hours potentially available during Tertiary holidays. Weekend work as well as some early starts and late finishes will be required.

There will be the potential for opportunities for future development and growth within this role for the successful applicant at store level and via Foodstuffs provided training programmes.

You will ideally, but not necessarily, have worked within in a supermarket environment and can demonstrate the following attributes:

  • Dedication to customer service

  • Ability to analyse data from our SAP Business system.

  • Proven Leadership skills

  • Developed organisation and planning skills

  • Interpersonal skills

  • Ability to effectively communicate at all levels

  • Attention to detail

  • Expected to undertake Duty manager’s role overseeing the entire supermarket.

  • Liquor Managers Certificate and Forklift F endorsement preferable.

The key responsibilities of the successful applicant include:

  • Ensuring the highest standards of merchandising are achieved and maintained

  • Organising, leading and coaching of staff

  • Maintaining our Health & Safety, and Food Safety standards within your department

  • Inventory management


If this sounds like you then please register and apply online now!

Overseas applicants must hold New Zealand citizenship, New Zealand Permanent Residency or a Valid New Zealand Work Permit.

Applications close:  03/11/2019

Permanent Part Time

Job no: 8003.380

Location: Christchurch

Closing Date: Sunday, 3 November 2019