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Key Team Leader

Company: Dunham's Athleisure Corporation
Location: Wilson
Posted on: November 22, 2022

Job Description:

NOTICE TO NORTH CAROLINA APPLICANTS: DUNHAM'S PARTICIPATES IN E-VERIFY IN NORTH CAROLINAQuestions should be directed to 248-530-6700LOVE TO TALK SPORTS?Dunhams Sports, one of the largest full-line sporting goods chains in the U.S., was founded in 1937 as Dunhams Bait & Tackle. Today we have over 240 stores in over 20 Midwest states from Maryland to Nebraska.We'd like to talk with you about joining our team. We're looking for smiling, enthusiastic, sports-minded individuals with knowledge of sporting goods to provide our customers with excellent service. Fun, fast paced work environment, with variety in the day to day routine.We are currently seeking Key Team Leader (Key Holder) candidates. This position will carry keys to the store and will part of the leadership team.Benefits Include*:

  • Merchandise discount
  • Flexible scheduling*Additional benefits available for Full-time associatesResponsibilities include:Provide excellent customer service is primary responsibility. Store opening and closing responsibilities. Merchandising, operational, and administrative functions within the store.Job Requirements include:Must have previous retail supervisory experience. Field & Stream, Apparel, Footwear, Exercise, or General Athletics product knowledge required. Merchandising skills preferred. Desire and demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer service is essential.*CB*CBID: 2021-2205 External Company Name: Dunhams Sports External Company URL: https://www.dunhamssports.com/ Street: Gateway Plaza

Keywords: Dunham's Athleisure Corporation, Wilson , Key Team Leader, Hospitality & Tourism , Wilson, North Carolina

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