Department Manager

Department Manager

Department Managers own the operational excellence of their specific department. They develop Associates through coaching and training. Department Managers drive their teams to be knowledgeable about the products and promotions in their area, and assist them in being helpful and customer service oriented.

Departments may include: Grocery, Health & Beauty Care, General Merchandise, Bakery, Meat, Seafood, Deli, Floral and Produce.

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Assistant Manager

Assistant Store Managers work closely with the Store Manager in leading and driving the overall success of the store. This individual has responsibility for overseeing a variety of departments including: Meat, Seafood, Deli, Bakery, Produce and Floral.  They empower Department Managers to own their specific areas and support them in achieving operational excellence and financial goals. Assistant Store Managers are focused on teamwork, customer service and sales. They offer coaching and support in the development of team members and inspire department leaders to make a difference for their customers every day.

Store Manager

Store Manager

Store Managers drive the overall success of the store. They have an entrepreneurial spirit and are innovative in achieving their financial goals. They develop winning teams by inspiring friendly and helpful customer service, boosting a sense of pride and camaraderie among Associates and encouraging them to be ambassadors of the business. They offer coaching and support in the development of team members. They empower department leaders to deliver on business initiatives and make a difference to their customers.

The Power to Boost Your Career is Yours

mmc2You have the power to create your path. We want to give you the information you need to take that next step. Speak with your manager about development opportunities that could help you grow into the career path that interests you. Follow the guide below to learn about key roles and potential career options at Giant/Martin’s. The guide also shows some of the core roles in your functional area and some cross-functional positions that are possible moves on your career path.