Assistant Service Center Manager
What does an Assistant Service Center Manager do?
The Assistant Service Center Manager runs the store when the Service Center Manager is not available and assists in other management duties, including scheduling, inventory, paperwork, and employee development. The Assistant Manager continues to perform the duties of a Senior Technician as needed to help a store run smoothly.
What does it take to be an Assistant Service Center Manager?
You need to be able to:
- Work in varying temperature conditions
- Work quickly
- Lift up to 50 lbs.
- Have full body mobility
- Work on your feet for extended periods of time with your hands above your head
- Enjoy face-to-face interaction with the public
- Master products, services, and company knowledge
- Show proficiency at cash handling, opening/closing procedures
- Supervise a team
You need to know:
We offer the tools and training for you to learn everything you need to be an Assistant Service Center Manager. Over the course of 6 to 9 months, Senior Technicians can take part in the Assistant Service Center Manager training program while continuing to serve in their current role.
While we try to promote from within, there are times when an external Assistant Manager can be hired. External candidates are fast-tracked through the Technician, Customer Service Advisor and Senior Technician training programs, a total process taking about 6 months to complete.