Store Managers

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Store Manager

Base salary c£25,000 plus typical annual bonus £4,000 (dependant on store performance), Lincoln St Marks, Permanent

Store Manager

Base salary c£25,000 plus typical annual bonus £4,000 (dependant on store performance), Edinburgh: Princes St 133, Permanent

Store Manager

Base salary c£25,000 plus typical annual bonus £4,000 (dependant on store performance), Oldham: Elk Mill, Permanent

Store Manager

Base salary c£25,000 plus typical annual bonus £4,000 (dependant on store performance), Nottingham: Lister Gate, Permanent

Store Manager

Base salary c£25,000 plus typical annual bonus £4,000 (dependant on store performance), Boscombe, Permanent

Store Manager

Base salary c£25,000 plus typical annual bonus £4,000 (dependant on store performance), Enniskillen Mid Mall, Permanent
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YOUR STORE. YOUR STORY.

At EE, we connect people, combining sharp new technology with a human touch. Our Store Managers are at the heart of that journey. Nurturing their teams, helping us hit challenging targets and championing EE values, they’re leading our charge to become #1 for service on the high street, delivering commercial leadership with real personality. Now, you can too.

THE ROLE

From finance to marketing, HR to sales, our Store Managers are experts in everything it takes to make a store run. In this role, you’ll solve problems and shape strategies, driving the growth of our business – and your people. You’ll develop your team, helping them tackle daily challenges, hit targets and make your store a commercial success. And, most importantly, you’ll make sure every customer leaves happier and more knowledgeable than before.

WHAT WE LOOK FOR

We’re searching for multi-talented leaders: individuals with the initiative, commercial awareness and passion for people needed to bring a store to life. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve got retail experience at EE, another telecoms company, or another retail area altogether; what’s essential is a proven ability to realise potential, adapt to challenges, and lead your team to outstanding commercial results.

Tick those boxes? Then click to apply.

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THEIR STORE. THEIR STORY.

Across the UK, our Store Managers are writing their own success stories. But don’t just take our word for it: below, you can hear directly from them – learning about where they came from, their progress at EE, and what they’ve achieved so far.

AN EVERY DAY STORY

New people, new challenges: in retail, no two days are the same – but there is some structure. While we can’t tell you all the exciting things that might happen from day-to-day, the following slides will give you an idea of how a Store Manager’s day is generally laid out.

08:30am

Arrive at the store to open up. Give the shop floor the once over and welcome the team as they come in. Then, it’s time to grab a quick coffee and catch up on emails.

08:45am

Once everyone has arrived, we kick off the morning briefing. Taking the team through yesterday’s customer reports helps everyone to understand how we can be better today. Then, individual and store goals are set. This helps the team to feel happy and prepared for the day ahead.

9:00am

Store opens and the team begin welcoming our first customers – hurrah! Now is the perfect opportunity to settle down to some paperwork.

 

11:45am

It’s been a busy morning, so before the midday rush we take a quick look at our sales and targets. Together we address any potential challenges and make suggestions on how we can improve. It’s important to make sure everyone is feeling positive and motivated, so we can deliver the best service to our customers.

2:00pm

Make a quick call to the Regional Manager and catch up on emails. Then, it’s back to the sales floor to check in with the team. It’s amazing to see everyone in action and the buzz on the sales floor feels great.

 

4:00pm

As it begins to quieten down, we make time to speak to everyone individually. Over a cuppa we’ll talk about their career aspirations and, if there’s time, they’ll be encouraged to log in to our online training system to complete more modules, or focus on their speciality such as POS or Customer Surveys. Keeping everyone motivated is crucial to the success of our store.

5:15pm

All our lovely customers have left, so it’s time to walk the shop floor with the team and have a quick tidy. Now we’re ready for the next day.

 

6:00pm

It’s been a busy and active day for us all, so we take five to de-brief. By reflecting on the day in a transparent way we all leave feeling positive. Focus areas for tomorrow are set. We've shared our favourite moments and thoughts through our internal community or social media. Now, it’s time to set the alarm, lock up and nip to the pub for a drink before heading home.

New people, new challenges: in retail, no two days are the same – but there is some structure. While we can’t tell you all the exciting things that might happen from day-to-day, the following slides will give you an idea of how a Store Manager’s day is generally laid out.

08:30am

Arrive at the store to open up. Give the shop floor the once over and welcome the team as they come in. Then, it’s time to grab a quick coffee and catch up on emails.

08:45am

Once everyone has arrived, we kick off the morning briefing. Taking the team through yesterday’s customer reports helps everyone to understand how we can be better today. Then, individual and store goals are set. This helps the team to feel happy and prepared for the day ahead.

9:00am

Store opens and the team begin welcoming our first customers – hurrah! Now is the perfect opportunity to settle down to some paperwork.

 

11:45am

It’s been a busy morning, so before the midday rush we take a quick look at our sales and targets. Together we address any potential challenges and make suggestions on how we can improve. It’s important to make sure everyone is feeling positive and motivated, so we can deliver the best service to our customers.

2:00pm

Make a quick call to the Regional Manager and catch up on emails. Then, it’s back to the sales floor to check in with the team. It’s amazing to see everyone in action and the buzz on the sales floor feels great.

 

4:00pm

As it begins to quieten down, we make time to speak to everyone individually. Over a cuppa we’ll talk about their career aspirations and, if there’s time, they’ll be encouraged to log in to our online training system to complete more modules, or focus on their speciality such as POS or Customer Surveys. Keeping everyone motivated is crucial to the success of our store.

5:15pm

All our lovely customers have left, so it’s time to walk the shop floor with the team and have a quick tidy. Now we’re ready for the next day.

 

6:00pm

It’s been a busy and active day for us all, so we take five to de-brief. By reflecting on the day in a transparent way we all leave feeling positive. Focus areas for tomorrow are set. We've shared our favourite moments and thoughts through our internal community or social media. Now, it’s time to set the alarm, lock up and nip to the pub for a drink before heading home.

BENEFITS

As Store Manager, you’ll be the head and heart of your store. As part of the EE family, we’ll do all we can to make sure you’re well looked after. Our Store Managers receive a competitive starting salary of £25k-£35k, and a typical annual performance bonus of £4k-£10k, both dependent on the size of their store. 

Alongside your salary and bonus plan, you’ll receive discounted phone, broadband and TV packages for you and your family, and you’ll be able to build a flexible benefits package tailored to your needs. From childcare vouchers for working parents, to travel insurance for jet-setters, all the options are designed to help you put together a package that’s perfect for you.

  • Dental cover
  • Critical illness cover
  • Life assurance
  • Travel insurance
  • Healthcare options
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Cycle2work scheme
  • Pension scheme.

 

EE is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We pride ourselves on creating an inclusive working environment. In fact, our CEO – Marc Allera – has appeared on the Agents for Change Power List as one of the top 30 men tackling gender inequality in the workplace. We’re always looking for ways to make a job at EE work for everyone, which is why we’re open to considering flexible working, part-time hours or other flexible options.  We also offer emergency time off for dependants, generous maternity and paternity leave, and sabbaticals. It’s our way of helping people find a job that suits them, so talk to us during the recruitment process to find out where you could fit in.

BECOME A STORE MANAGER

You’ve seen a typical day, checked out the perks and now you’re interested. But how do you apply?

Follow the arrows to see the steps to becoming an EE Store Manager.

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Apply online

Fill in our online application form and send it back to us.

If we like what we see in your initial application, we'll send you a link to our online assessment.

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Online assessment

If we like your style, we’ll ask you to complete an online assessment. It’s nothing too difficult; we’re just making sure you’re suitable for the role. The assessment should take up to half an hour to complete.

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Telephone interview

If everything went well with your online assessment, we’ll be in touch to arrange a short phone interview. After the telephone interview, if you’re successful, we’ll invite you to visit us for an in-store assessment day.

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Assessment day

It’s time to get down to business: we’ll kick-off with a few role-play scenarios, before moving on to an interview. Part of this will be competency-based, but we’re also exploring whether you’re suited to EE and the role.

We’ll let you know shortly after your assessment day whether the position has been offered to you.

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Final steps

Congratulations! We want you on the team. At this point, we’ll send you a formal offer, along with your contract, and invite you to a five-day residential induction course – making sure you’re an EE expert on your first day as Store Manager.

You’ve seen a typical day, checked out the perks and now you’re interested. But how do you apply?

Follow the arrows to see the steps to becoming an EE Store Manager.

1 of 5

Apply online

Fill in our online application form and send it back to us.

If we like what we see in your initial application, we'll send you a link to our online assessment.

2 of 5

Online assessment

If we like your style, we’ll ask you to complete an online assessment. It’s nothing too difficult; we’re just making sure you’re suitable for the role. The assessment should take up to half an hour to complete.

3 of 5

Telephone interview

If everything went well with your online assessment, we’ll be in touch to arrange a short phone interview. After the telephone interview, if you’re successful, we’ll invite you to visit us for an in-store assessment day.

4 of 5

Assessment day

It’s time to get down to business: we’ll kick-off with a few role-play scenarios, before moving on to an interview. Part of this will be competency-based, but we’re also exploring whether you’re suited to EE and the role.

We’ll let you know shortly after your assessment day whether the position has been offered to you.

5 of 5

Final steps

Congratulations! We want you on the team. At this point, we’ll send you a formal offer, along with your contract, and invite you to a five-day residential induction course – making sure you’re an EE expert on your first day as Store Manager.

Apply Now

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