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Job descriptions

Have a look on the différent jobs in retail. Role, evolution, employment oppotunities... 

Retail store manager

Managers are in charge of the store's day-to-day activities. Their role is to optimize store sales and profitability. They coordinate employee management , cash register operations and inventory...

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Purchasing

As indicated by its name, the purchasing department handles the purchase of merchandise and raw materials for a store or a business, based on the financial and logistical resources available to it and on company policy.

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Retail supervisor

Of a higher hierarchical level than sales staff and cashiers, supervisors manage personnel by hiring, training and coordinating their activities...

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Counter manager

Counter managers are an essential retail link. They serve as the connection between management and employees and between products and customers. They have to have a sense of responsibility and leadership.

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Sales Consultant

Sales consultants are in charge of handling the sale or lease of a wide range of products and services directly to consumers, and of answering requests for information from customers. They are at the service of the customer: before the sale, to advise; during the sale, to explain the terms; or after the sale, in the event of claims or returns.

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Retail cashiers

In permanent contact with customers, cashiers are in charge of ringing up product sales and receiving payments. Depending on the type of business, their duties may vary quite a bit; they may have various departmental tasks to do or be assisted by a wrapper. 

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Shipping/receiving

Shipping/receiving clerks plan and coordinate merchandise transit activities. They can also be required to manage customer orders, their receipt, inter-store transfers, and warehouse organization and stocking.

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Logistics/Inventory

In a retail store, the people in charge of logistics and inventory process purchase transactions,  inventory material, equipment and stocks, and take care of procurement. 

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Visual presentation – Merchandising

Nothing is left up to chance in retail—from the placement of products in the department to the window displays, including lighting; everything is designed for the customer to move around in a pleasant and familiar space.

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Branch planning and construction

The planning, construction and renovation department is in charge of the building and layout of branches for major banners. It is active in work involving the building, moving, enlarging or renovating of annexes. 

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Security - Loss prevention

Security agents, as indicated by their name, are in charge of overseeing the security of people, goods and the store itself. They are in place to prevent theft, vandalism against the store, as well as the assault of staff or customers. They monitor the store by doing regular rounds, and controlling the comings and goings of customers, as required. 

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