A jewelry store manager is responsible for handling the daily operations and management of the store. His role is to oversee the staffing requirements of the store, deal with customer service issues, prevent theft and handles advertising and promotions of the store.
Duties of a jewelry store manager include assisting and managing the daily operations and activities of the jewelry store, as well as supervising employees with their daily work requirements. The jewelry store manager also plans and prepares work schedules for jewelry store personnel, assigns employees to specific duty requirements of the store, prepares and directs personnel with appropriate merchandise, and provide performance review. He/she is also responsible for storing display as well as advertising copy, performing sales work such as taking inventory, recollecting cash with sales receipts, and maintaining operating records such as records of store transactions. The jewelry store manager also orders merchandise and stock as needed; and ensures personnel comply with established store security level, as well as sales and record keeping procedures and practices.
The minimum educational requirement of a jewelry store manager may vary as some employers may even require a potential manager just to hold a high school diploma. Despite the case, employers still prefer managers with college background and degrees. Courses that may be relevant to an aspiring jewelry store manger include retailing, merchandising, management, business, marketing, advertising, communication, liberal arts or a related field. Training programs are also necessary. Some employers usually provide their own training programs for potential managers by starting out as jewelry store personnel.
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