The resources, support and empowerment we supply to our managers lead them to the biggest ideas in retail. Bring your leadership to a company that’s committed to Making Better Possible for you, and for our customers and Members.
It’s a job with big responsibilities, and one that requires true leadership and in-depth knowledge of our stores. It calls for individuals with great communication, organizational, financial and people skills. It calls on you to motivate your teams and ensure that our stores are profitable as well as good partners within their communities.
Echoing Sam Walton’s philosophy of servant leadership, our leaders are out on the floor with their associates. Whether in Sam’s Club, Walmart or in any of our facilities around the world, our teams can expect their managers to be there, serving right alongside them. It’s just one aspect of our unique culture that’s made us so successful.
Market ManagerDrives business and market growth across multiple stores.
Store ManagerDirects the operations, people performance and customer experience for a community Walmart store.
Shift ManagerResponsible for total store operations and associate communication during a rotational shift.
Assistant ManagerResponsible for sales and associate development in assigned areas within one of our stores.
Sam’s Club field management offers the unique opportunity to guide and motivate strong, collaborative teams for the seventh most valuable retail brand in the U.S. With some of the highest-volume locations in all of retail, high visibility within the lean structure of our company and a creative atmosphere that’s unlike that of most retailers, we offer the chance to learn and lead progressive practices in our membership-based club environment.
We’re constantly looking for ambitious performers who can develop innovative new ways to act as advocates for our Members and as ambassadors for our brand. We offer training and development for wherever you want to go.
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