The Works Stores PLC
Retail Store Manager
Become a Retail Store Manager at The WorksAs a Retail Store Manager, you’ll be the captain of the shop floor, leading your team with energy and enthusiasm. Commercial success will be your mission, but you’ll do it with a twist of creativity and a sprinkle of magic. You’ll create unforgettable moments for our customers, leaving them with smiles on their faces and products to go home with and craft memories they’ll cherish!
Recruiting and nurturing your very own team of Avengers, you’ll support your team by helping them to grow and achieve their full potential. But don’t forget to have fun along the way – it’s in our DNA! We believe that a high performing team is a happy team.
Now, let’s be real. Retail can be challenging at times. But fear not, for you’ll be armed with a passion for our products and a dedication to our Crafty, Caring, and Can-do culture. Hitting targets, solving problems, and reaching your potential should give you an exhilarating sense of accomplishment.
The Works is an awesome place to well, work! Our atmosphere is supportive, friendly and inclusive. A second home-from-home where you can be your best and authenticyou.
Our environment is busy, always moving and full of energy. Yet we still make space to share must-watch TV recommendations and our favourite page-turners. Because even superheroes need some downtime to fuel their imaginations!
Being a great leader
As a great leader with wonderful people skills, you’ll create an inclusive team where everyone feels that they can belong.
Your own personal career development
The best bit about this? You get to choose your own adventure. Whether you want to progress within Retail, explore our Support Centre, or conquer the Distribution, we’ll find the perfect path for you and help you get there. It’s like having a menu of career options!
We’re big enough that you’d never need to leave! You can continue learning and developing until your heart’s content – With that said why would you work anywhere else?!
Our PERKS really are ‘The Works’