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Posted:
9/17/2019
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Assistant Manager
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chestnut land Company | Mishawaka, IN
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Job Description

Assistant Manager- University Park Mall - Mishawaka, IN

Auntie Anne's Pretzels is searching for an Assistant Manager in the MIshawaka, IN area. The Assistant Manager position provides an excellent training background for those aspiring to become successful Store Managers. The Assistant Manager shares responsibility with the Store Manager in performing all essential duties of pretzel making, recruiting and training new hires, ensuring customer satisfaction and product quality, working towards performance goals, and maintaining safety and security at all times.

Chestnut Land Company is the largest and fastest growing domestic franchise partner of Auntie Anne's Pretzels with over 90 locations in 16 states. We offer an exciting work environment where you are valued as part of our team. If you are a motivated, energetic, results-oriented individual apply now!

Benefits

* GREAT WAGES!!
* Benefits package (medical, dental, 401K, life insurance, paid vacation)
* Advancement opportunities
* Promotion from within

Requirements

* Team leader who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment
* Excellent customer service skills, communication skills, and a positive attitude are essential
* Supervisory experience in a retail, restaurant, or other fast-paced environment is helpful
* Successful candidates should have a valid driver's license and reliable transportation
* Must be able to occasionally lift 50 lbs.

About chestnut land Company

ACLT has been offered a phenomenal opportunity and challenge in the form of a matching (one-to-one) grant of $50,000 per year for the next five years (2001-2005). The Board of Directors has authorized a capital campaign to raise $250,000 through pledges over the five years to meet this challenge. How Does It Work? The Land Management Endowment Fund was established in 1997 by a gift of the Greene/Murphy family in memory of their parents, Mary and Jim Greene. Subsequent gifts and the allocation of receipts from the sale of transferable development rights (TDRs) have increased the fund to approximately $175,000 including earned interest. With pledges of $250,000 over five years and the matching $250,000, plus assumed growth of 6% over five years, the Fund should reach $836,000. The final step is the addition to the Fund of revenues from the sale of TDRs over the next four years, conservatively estimated at $164,000. This will bring the Fund to the $1 million level by the beginning of 2006. The income earned from the fund can then be used to support that portion of the budget anticipated for land management along with the annual grant of $20,000 pledged by The Nature Conservancy for the same purposes.