Supervisor/in-store trainer

Specsavers

Hours: Permanent | Full time

Salary: Salary depending on experience

Role summary – In store trainer/supervisor

Specsavers has been going from strength to strength, ever since the business started back in 1984. We strive for the highest clinical standards – and believe that the customer should be at the heart of everything we do. We also recognise that our people are critical to our past and future success – so we do everything we can to make sure they get the experience and career they’re looking for: from outstanding training and a personal development plan, to excellent benefits and unstinting support. The business has nearly 1,500 stores across 12 countries – and is still growing. We want you to be part of this outstanding success story.

Be part of a business that recognises and rewards talent…

As our in store trainer and supervisor at our store in Leatherhead, you’ll make sure that the store runs like clockwork. That means supporting other staff, making sure they’re familiar with systems and helping to deliver training. You’ll also be responsible for handling orders and dealing directly with customers in the contact centre clinic.

At Specsavers, we do everything in our power to help people like you get the career you want. Why? Because we know that our supervisors are responsible for providing outstanding service. So, you can expect not just support and encouragement, but the kind of career development and training that are only available through a large – and growing – business like ours.

For a role such as this, you will need previous optical experience. Equally important are good customer care skills. You’ll combine both to offer a highly professional service that will result in repeat business, increased profitability and an excellent reputation for your store.

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For more information or to apply, please contact Gemma Keat at Specsavers Recruitment Service on 01566 770 124 or gemma.keat@specsavers.com

Or visit the Specsavers job site >>

Closing date: 10/10/2019