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Retail Assistant Manager - Washington

WHO WE ARE: 

C&G Management (“Cannabis & Glass”) was founded in 2014 and continues to be a leader in the cannabis industry experiencing immense growth year over year. 

As a cannabis retailer, we are dedicated to improving the lives of our customers by providing superior service and affordable access to cannabis.  Our employees enjoy a work culture that promotes growth, collaboration, efficiency, and a focus on customer experience. 

C&G Management currently operates three recreational dispensaries (“Cannabis & Glass”) in Spokane County located in North Spokane, Spokane Valley, and Liberty Lake, and is ranked among the top 10% highest grossing retailers in the state of Washington. We also operate an additional "Cannabis & Glass" location in Oregon, and a medical cannabidiol dispensary in Iowa (“Iowa Cannabis Co.”). 

OVERVIEW:

C&G Management is searching for an experienced Retail Assistant Manager to join our team!

The ideal candidate believes that teamwork makes the dream work! They champion a culture of teamwork and recognition by working toward and communicating operational goals, holding their team accountable to company policies and procedures, and celebrating and rewarding outstanding performance daily. They are masters of priority-setting and time management. 

To be effective in this fast-paced retail environment, the candidate must have incredible organizational skills, attention to detail, and an unwavering commitment to excellence. The ideal candidate has previous leadership/management experience, cash-handling management experience, and needs to be a regular consumer of the product.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Executes direction and team expectations for the Retail Operations team.
  • Manages up to 25 retail operations employees at a time.
  • Provides daily guidance, training, development and on the spot feedback for subordinates.
  • Responsible for overall satisfaction, safety and security of all customers and employees.
  • Executes plan to drive labor productivity while delivering best-in-class customer service.
  • Administers programs provided by the retail operations team to meet sales, income goals and reports on key metrics (sales, productivity, etc.) that drive the business using insights/data to make sound business decisions
  • Responsible for the entire inventory intake management process and maintaining adequate inventory levels in the store at all times
  • Troubleshoot aspects of store technology to ensure the operations are functioning properly.
  • Coordinates and implements visuals/merchandising ideas to drive sales and product recognition
  • Utilize conflict resolution to mitigate customer complaints, issues, returns and exchanges using proper procedures
  • Conducts regular inventory audits and investigates discrepancies
  • Audits and conducts cash reconciliations daily
  • Maximizes overall store productivity by overseeing all procedures and processes to ensure effective compliance 
  • Builds customer loyalty by coaching employees to educate, inform and guide customer sales appropriately

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be a WA State resident and have a valid WA State ID
  • Must be comfortable discussing recreational marijuana
  • 2+ years of management experience strongly preferred
  • Ability to work 40 hours a week
  • Demonstrates excellence in verbal and written communication
  • Ability to train, coach, and develop associates at all levels
  • Passionate about retaining high performing sales associates
  • Understanding of scheduling concepts and maintaining schedules
  • Proficiency in working in a fast-paced, demanding work environment
  • Must have excellent organizational skills, including multitasking and time-management
  • Ability to make independent decisions and work with minimal supervision
  • Ability to work mornings, evenings, weekends, and holidays
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment background check

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS:

  • $40,000 annual compensation
  • Paid Sick Leave, Paid Time Off and Holiday Pay 
  • Health Insurance
  • Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program offering in-person, telephonic, texting and video counseling for help with stress, anxiety, depression, family issues, and more
  • Employee Discount Program offering exclusive discounts from top national retailers
  • 50% off all smokeable products 
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