Tiffany & Co.

  • Assistant Manager, London

    Location UK-London
    Req #
    35508
    Category
    Retail (Sales & Operations)
  • Overview

    Since 1837, the masterpieces of Tiffany & Co. have defined style and celebrated the world’s greatest love stories. Around the world, Tiffany & Co. stores glint with the legacy of romance and tradition of elegance however the European Flagship store on Old Bond Street unreservedly sparkles with it.

     

    Becoming an Assistant Manager at this prestigious location, makes you part of something very special indeed.

    Responsibilities

    Tiffany & Co. Assistant Managers strive for excellence. They coach and develop their teams to ensure sales professionals provide exceptional experiences to all clients whether they are just browsing, celebrating special occasions or simply treating themselves with a little blue box. 

     

    Assistant Managers partner with the Sales Manager to create plans in order to achieve business goals and they implement initiatives to drive increased sales and service levels.

     

    The Tiffany & Co. Assistant Manager’s role is fast paced, demanding and exciting. As well as daily team leadership, they build relationships with clients; manage systems, processes and operations. Above all they are brand ambassadors, always leading by example. 

     

    The Assistant Manager receives an attractive salary and bonus potential. A variety of lifestyle and wellbeing incentives and benefits are also offered to ensure that effort and achievement is rewarded. Finally, excellent training programs and coaching schemes are available to help you develop your career.  

    Qualifications

    Our ideal candidate has previous retail management experience within the luxury industry along with proven abilities in people management, coaching, customer development and driving sales results.

     

    University education and Gemologist qualification are highly advantageous.

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