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Store Manager

Lowe's. - Humble, TX

Position DescriptionThe Store Manager is primarily responsible for managing overall store operations (expenses, merchandising standards, compliance, safety, security, and workforce) in order to drive positive customer experiences, sales, and margin performance.The Store Manager, under the direction of the Market Director, builds and supports a store culture that is aligned to Lowe s purpose and values, ensures employees are engaged and inspired, maintains a strategic view of store talent needs, recruits and develops talent, promotes a sales culture and drives execution of sales and service strategies, analyzes relevant data to inform store specific strategies, champions customer service, proactively addresses store needs, and acts as the Lowe s brand ambassador for the community in which they serve.Minimum QualificationsGraduate of Store Management Training Program (SMTP)Demonstrated experience selecting, developing, and motivating direct and indirect reportsExperience analyzing and using customer, market, and competitor data to inform decisions and business planningExperience using computers and computer technology, as well as learning and teaching others how to use new toolsLimited travel requiredPreferred QualificationsBachelor s Degree in business administration, marketing, or related fieldExperience managing in big box retail industryDemonstrated experience building partnerships within their community Additional Info Job Industries Retail

6 days 5 hours ago



Store Manager Lowe's. - Humble, TX, United States


Location: Humble, TX

Company Profile:
Lowe’s has been helping our customers improve the places they call home for more than 60 years. Founded in 1946, Lowe’s has grown from a small hardware store to the second-largest home improvement retailer worldwide. Our story began in North Carolina, when Carl Buchan, part owner of the North Wilkesboro Hardware Company, envisioned creating a chain of hardware stores. He purchased the company from his brother-in-law and partner and had the foresight to anticipate a post-World War II building boom. By eliminating wholesalers and dealing directly with manufacturers, Lowe’s established a lasting reputation for low prices.