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Retail Manager

Families in Transition

Families in Transition provides safe affordable housing and comprehensive social services to individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, enabling them to gain self-sufficiency and respect.  To learn more visit www.fitnh.org.


OutFITters Thrift Store is looking for a dynamic, experienced Retail Store Manager for our Manchester and Concord, NH, thrift stores.  Responsibilities include:  hiring, training, supervising, and scheduling staff; placing and directing volunteers; ensuring policy & procedural compliance; ensuring stock processing, rotation and display; formulating pricing policies; reviewing sales data; creating promotions and sales events and responding to customer concerns.

The ideal candidate will have 7+ years retail management experience (thrift-store experience a plus) with strong communication, coaching and organizational skills as well as the ability to build and motivate customer-focused teams.

OutFITters offers the best schedule in retail (stores are open most days from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. with 8:00 p.m. closings on Thursday and Friday.  Closed Sunday.), competitive salary, a generous benefits package including health & dental insurance, personal time off, 6 paid holidays, life insurance and retirement savings plan with company match.  

Established in 2002, OutFITters Thrift Stores supports the mission of Families in Transition (FIT), a nonprofit organization providing affordable housing & social services to homeless families and individuals.  Together, the stores generate over $100,000 in sales revenue annually to support FIT’s mission. 

How to Apply:

Please submit a resume and cover letter to hr@fitnh.org with the subject line Retail Manager. OutFITters is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.  

Job Location:

Manchester & Concord

Date Added: September 22, 2017

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