General manager

Salary: €50,000 - €60,000 Location: Kerry Experience: 2+ years Job no: GM0982Job Status: N/A

We a currently recruiting for a General manager to develop and maintain key relationships with clients whilst managing day-to-day operations for our retail client in Co. Kerry

This role requires excellent management, communication, sales, leadership, staff supervision and customer service skills.


  • To be responsible for the overall development of a wide range of products.
  • Acting as the first point of contact for staff and customers.
  • Working with trade customers to forecast demands and ensure service level excellence is achieved.
  •  Managing staff.
  • Managing inventory, including sales and purchases.
  • Take ownership for driving in-house sales through product focuses and maximising customer spend through quality service.
  •  Expand business-to-business market and increase sales, both online and direct to end user.
  • Keep up to date with industry trends and new market products and services.
  • Overlook recruitment of new staff.
  • Oversee the implementation of a new ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system – details will be provided at interview stage.
  • Oversee the implementation of a new B2B website and vastly increased usage of social media.


  • Candidates are required to have a third level qualification relevant to the post
  • Ability to oversee all aspects of the business
  • Experience managing a diverse team
  • Strong client relations
  • Supply-chain experience

The salary on offer for this role is in the region of €50,000 – €60,000. If you are interested and have the relevant experience, feel free to apply directly below and we will call to discuss the role in more detail.

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