Retail Training Unit & Development Manager (Club)

Overview:
The Retail Training Unit & Development Manager is responsible for ensuring that all levels of retail are continuously being evaluated, trained and communicated to ensure Acosta Retail is the best executing retail staff in the industry.
Responsibilities:
+ Effectively support training and development of retail coverage merchandisers for all channels;
+ Effectively support training and development of retail managers for all channels
+ Thoroughly understands the Acosta retail systems across all channels
+ Thoroughly understands the Acosta retail technology across all channels
+ Effectively evaluates retail information to identify areas of opportunity
+ Effectively evaluates productivity from training
+ Collaborates with retail and peers to build training materials
+ Support local geography requests and make suggestions/train to ensure standardized process is maintained
+ Provide support on various request from your supervisor
+ Provide thought leadership to your team when obstacles arise
+ Connect with your piers monthly to ensure best practice sharing is a common theme within the COE
+ Other miscellaneous duties assigned.
Qualifications:
+ 3-5 years of industry experience.
+ Must have great communication and presenting skills
+ Must have good analytic skills
+ Must have good training skills
+ Must have good Microsoft PowerPoint and Word skills
+ Must have great knowledge of all Acosta Retail systems to include NARS, Retail iQ, DMS, FM Dashboard etc.
+ Must have great knowledge of all Acosta retail technology to include tablets, laptops, scanners etc
+ Must be able to assess opportunities
+ Solution oriented
+ Results driven
+ Great motivational skills
+ Must possess a positive attitude
Acosta Sales & Marketing is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Job ID _2016-115554_
Work City _Bentonville_
PCN _180341_
Work State _US_ _-_ _AR_ _-_ _Bentonville_
Position Type _Regular Full-Time_
Work Zip _72712_
Starting average hours per week _37.5 +_ b826359f22de4ec3864d07c438dd41d1

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