How much do deputy store managers in Manchester get paid?

Deputy store managers in Manchester earn

£8.67–16.57 per hour

Based on 145 employee reviews

Deputy store manager salaries can range between £8.67–16.57 per hour in the Manchester area. This data is based on survey results from 145 employees who live in an around Manchester.

What do top employers pay deputy store managers?

Who are the top deputy store manager employers?

  1. Majestic Wine
    7.9
  2. Screwfix
    7.8
  3. John Lewis & Partners
    7.5

Who are the worst deputy store manager employers?

  1. Cardzone
    1.9
  2. Betfred
    3.3
  3. Poundstretcher
    3.7

Recent deputy store manager vacancies in Manchester

  1. Deputy Store Manager at SSP Group posted 12 hours ago
  2. Deputy Manager at SSP Group posted 12 hours ago
  3. Deputy Manager at SSP Group posted 12 hours ago
  4. Deputy Store Manager at Marks & Spencer posted 16 days ago
  5. Store Manager at McColls posted 5 days ago
  6. Store Manager at The Fragrance Shop posted 12 hours ago
See all deputy store manager vacancies in the Manchester area

What contracts are people on?

3% report having zero hours contracts
53% report having part time contracts (16-35 hours)
44% report having full time contracts (more than 35 hours)

Based on 32 employees

How are people paid?

23%
by the hour
77%
an annual salary

Based on 145 employees

What do deputy store managers employees do?

Retail managers have the job of running a shop on a day-to-day basis.

They can work on the shop floor and in a shop office.

Other names for retail managers are:

  • Shop manager
  • Store manager
  • Branch manager
  • General manager

Some shops have assistant manager roles too. This can also be called a deputy general manager.

This type of job may involve similar tasks that retail supervisors do, along with:

  • Motivating the team to reach targets and setting customer service standards
  • Managing stock levels
  • Recruiting, interviewing and training new workers
  • Taking part in performance reviews
  • Managing budgets
  • Writing reports
  • Keeping on top of legal and health and safety requirements
  • Analysing and forecasting sales
  • Dealing with customer complaints and feedback
  • Organising promotions, displays and in-store events

You may be on your feet a lot. But any office-based tasks can be done sitting down.

You may have to work on weekends and bank holidays.

If you want to apply for a retail manager job, you might need the following:

  • Previous retail experience
  • Previous managerial experience may be expected
  • Basic computer skills
  • The right to work in the UK

Qualifications aren’t necessary but can help. These can include a relevant degree, a college diploma, an apprenticeship or a graduate training scheme.

Retail assistants and supervisors can also be promoted to retail managers.

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