New Store Operations Coordinator
BoxLunch HQ - City of Industry, CA - Full-time
We're growing faster than baby Groot! BoxLunch is opening new stores and as a result we're looking to add a New Store Operations Coordinator to the team. In this role, you'll assist and support the new store operations department on an administrative and functional level, while planning and executing New Store Opening (NSO) Initiatives.
WHAT YOU'LL DO
- Responsible for ordering and maintaining stock of all items required for New Store Opening boxes.
- Pack and mail New Store Opening Boxes for all brands; maintain and adhere to strict delivery schedule; communicate with PM’s regarding tracking and delivery date of NSO Boxes.
- Serves as primary point of communication for new store grand opening event details.
- Evaluates efficiency of new store opening box materials and processes, adjusts accordingly.
- Maintain stock and executes printing of New Store Opening binders and provide to field as needed.
- Works with New Stores Field Manager to ensure timely receipt of NSO incentives.
- Assists with planning, creation of materials and scheduling of annual new store opening manager training
- Monitors new store payroll prior to preopening to aid in proper booking, communicates with field to resolve as needed
- Works with cross-functional partners to verify accuracy of new store marketing collateral prior to execution
- Works with field to obtain clear, accurate images of new store storefronts for use by all departments
- Performs other job duties as needed.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
- A minimum of a 6 months experience in a support capacity, preferably in a retail environment.
- New Store Opening (NSO) experience is a HUGE plus
- High School Diploma, GED, Associates degree preferred
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite applications, Outlook, Power Point, Excel, Photoshop, Indesign and Adobe Creative Suite preferred
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