SCHOOL OF RETAIL
Grab the best opportunities in the retail industry through employment centric courses
from AAHA's School of Retail.
Sales and Purchasing Officer
Sales and Purchasing Officer maintains records of goods ordered and
received, locate vendors of materials, equipment or supplies, and interview
them in order to determine product availability and terms of sales.
A Retail Business Manager is responsible for the day-to-day and long-term
operations and financial success of a business or store. Job duties include
working with employees, management & customers. Leadership,
communication and math are important skills for this position.
Inventory managers lead a team of inventory or warehouse workers to receive
and record new stock as it comes in and move stock onto trucks or shelves as
Retail floor managers supervise the different activities that take place on a
retail sales floor. They stay busy managing people and performing
A Sales Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of a retail store
& oversees sales people, customer service representatives & other employees.
Retail Store Manager
A Retail Store Manager is the person ultimately responsible for the day-to-day
operations (or management) of a retail store.
Visual merchandisers do much more than simply dress mannequins. They're
often the masterminds behind the intriguing window displays, elaborate
holiday decorations and in-store displays in department stores, boutiques and
other retail establishments.
Sales and Marketing Manager
Using consumer statistics, like income information, buying trends and value
perceptions, retail marketing managers develop promotional strategies that can
help companies meet their financial goals. Marketing managers may also be
responsible for how marketing, advertising and promotional budgets are used.