Retail & Sales Manager
The Hackney Peddler is an independent bike shop in the heart of East London. We specialise in building bespoke custom bicycles based around classic and new steel frames. We also stock a refined range of restored and modified bikes, frames, and parts, as well as the usual mix of parts and accessories you’d expect to find in a bike shop. In addition to this, our team of well experienced mechanics operate a heavily tooled up workshop and take pride in being able to fix everything brought into us - everything from that old rust bucket out the shed to your high performance carbon beauty.
Role & Responsibilities
Day to day you will be responsible for ensuring the smooth and efficient running of the shop floor. This includes, but is not limited to:
Bike and accessory sales to ensure company targets are met
Visual merchandising the shop floor and regular display update
Managing stock levels and making key decisions about stock control and ordering whilst working within budgets
Analysing sales figures and forecasting future sales volumes to maximise profits
Becoming competent with Citrus Lime
Maintaining market awareness and performing competitor analysis
Maintaining a tidy and safe working environment and helping ensure others do the same
Over time growing a full front of house team
Any ad hoc tasks as and when required
As well as the above you are able to:
Motivate yourself to work independently or as part of a team
Be autonomous, organise your work day and multitask were necessary
Work well under pressure and keep your cool when things heat up
Possess initiative and be perpetually improving thing were possible
Create an excellent customer and team experience
Think outside the box and get creative when unusual jobs pop up
Salary and benefits
Salary is £22,000 - £24,000 basic per year depending on experience
Access to the company bonus scheme with additional OTE earnings up to £4,000 per year
28 days paid holiday per year
To apply, please email over your CV to email@example.com
22 grand job came out in 2005
I wouldn’t usually chip in on something like this but isn’t that wage pretty low for the skill set required and the location too?
Happy to be corrected, just curious really.
They only have 1 shop so if you chuck in paying the rent as "ad hoc tasks" they basically run the entire thing.
Also curious how they expect one person to put in all the hours to make it work for that money.
It’s effectively £28,000 per year on target. There’s initially no staff to manage and a lot of room to grow and develop as the company grows.
How regular has hitting target been?
I earn £24k as a mechanic about a mile away. You might want to think a bit higher than that.
Would it be wrong to read that as no staff to delegate work to and so more work?
Mention the word manager in the NHS and that's agenda for change band 6-7.!
It's not for a NHS job though is it.
This forum is a bit crazy sometimes. The shop has good people in it and a quick look at Bikebiz shows the role is pitched at a salary the same or higher than in other comparable bike shops in London.
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