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Retail Manager CV Template
A highly motivated and ambitious retail manager with nine years’ experience in retail. Has a unique eye for trend evolution and customer purchasing patterns, and am ahead of the curve when it comes to maximising profits and building a reputation as a forward thinking retailer. A focus on customer satisfaction delivers repeat footfall and word of mouth referrals on a regular basis.
- NVQ diploma in retail
- Six years’ experience at team building and leadership
- Confident business and strategic planner
- Broad knowledge of the retail environment and customer care
- Technically competent with extensive experience of POS systems
Assistant Retail Manager – Debenhams, London
(November 2013 – Present)
Working directly alongside the retail manager, I was responsible for my own sub team and undertook the everyday running of my own department improving its profit by 25% in under 12 months.
- Focusing on growing the business and maximising in store profitability
- Motivating team of four to achieve and surpass preset goals and targets
- Creating and working to business growth plans
- Managing and training staff in every area of business
- Forging long term and positive relationships with new and existing customers
Team Leader – New Look, London
(March 2010 – November 2013)
Responsible for the everyday running of the shoe department in a busy high street store.
- Designating tasks to small teams
- Creating eye catching displays and promotions
- Making sure customer experience was first class
- Dealing with inquiries and troubleshooting any problems that arose
Shop Floor Customer Service – Topshop, London
(August 2007 – March 2010)
Working in a busy fashion store as a front of house customer liaison.
- Greeting customers and helping them with inquiries
- Ensuring the appearance of the shop is immaculate and welcoming
- Smooth running of the customer checkout, dealing with cash and card payments
- Educating new employees
City & Guilds
NVQ Level 2 in retail
(2011 – 2012)
Including the following modules:
- Keeping stock at required levels in a retail environment
- Displaying stock to promote sales
- Processing payments for purchase
- Helping customers select products
- Creating profitable business plans
- Monitoring the effectiveness of visual merchandising displays
Enfield Sixth Form College
(2006 – 2008)
A Level Business & retail studies (B) English (C)
Enfield Sixth Form College
(2004 – 2006)
9 GCSEs C grade and above (including Maths and English)
References available on request
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you require references from any of my previous employers.