What it takes to be an ALDI Store Manager

Expect the unexpected, because there’s no such thing as a typical day for an ALDI Store Manager. This position suits results-driven self-motivators with strong management skills and the ability to cope with stressful situations. ALDI Store Managers must be hands-on, pro-active leaders with outstanding communication and interpersonal skills. If you have the drive to succeed, high work standards, and the proven capacity to lead and inspire a team, then this is the perfect job for you.

It’s fast-paced environment; one that’ll swallow you up if you don’t have initiative and the drive to succeed.

Ross, Store Manager.

The rewards – What’s in it for you: 

Market leading remuneration
5 weeks annual leave
Comprehensive training
No day is the same

Working, learning and growing in one of Australia’s most successful businesses brings a great deal of satisfaction. Our Store Managers enjoy seeing the team members they develop go on to take up management roles in their own stores. Whilst that means you’ll never be finished training your team, it’s also one of the most rewarding parts of the job. In addition, we offer extensive training, industry-leading remuneration and excellent development opportunities. 

The role challenges: 

Hands on work
High pressure
Early morning starts
Managing people
Regimented process

As the business is always evolving, it’s important for candidates to be flexible and quick on their feet. Planning and organisational skills, as well as the ability to multitask will help you succeed but you’ll also need grit and determination to put it all together. It’s a goal-focused role, so it’s crucial to train and develop a strong team. You’ll have to be comfortable leading  from the front on the shop floor as only 15% of the role is carried out in the office.

* Includes superannuation and predicted bonuses. Remuneration varies depending on location, contracted hours  and ALDI experience. 

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