Careers At Calendar Holdings LLC

Mall of Abilene, TX - Store Manager

Office: TX- Mall of Abilene
Location: Abilene, TX


Job Description: Store Manager


With more than 20 years of experience, Go! Calendars, Games and Toys offers an exciting opportunity to manage our seasonal retail concept stores. This is an opportunity for you to manage all aspects of a store during the busiest, most exciting time in retail, the holiday season. The Store Manager is a seasonal full-time salary position. 


Responsibilities of a Store Manager


Your principal responsibility as manager is to oversee and take care of all the day-to-day processes in the store. The following are the primary responsibilities for a Store Manager: 


    • Interview and hire staff for store opening, closing and daily operations.


    • Build the store -- accept initial shipment, assemble fixtures and merchandise products. 


    • Manage daily and weekly duties, including: follow opening/closing procedures, complete employee weekly schedules & timesheets, receive shipments, make daily bank deposits and maintain impeccable store appearance.


    • Adhere to mall guidelines and continue the ongoing relationship Go! Calendars, Games and Toys has fostered with the mall. 


    • Provide outstanding customer service and train your staff on these standards.


    • Communicate with company headquarters about issues, problems and opportunities. Also, abide by our policies, procedures and represent the name well.


If you have any questions about the application or the opportunity, please feel free to contact our recruiting team at the following:



    • General Recruiting Application Line 888-422-5637 x119


If you would like to know more about Go! Calendars, Games and Toys and the opportunity to become a Go! Owner/Operator, please fill out an application at A member of our internal team will contact you as soon as possible


 We look forward to having you as part of our team.




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