General Store Onsite Manager
Bass Coast Festival is hiring an Onsite General Store Manager.
ABOUT BASS COAST
Bass Coast Festival is a thoughtfully curated boutique music and art festival that takes place in the picturesque shared traditional territories of the Nłeʔkepmx and Syilx. Moving into its 15th year, Bass Coast has garnered a global reputation for showcasing innovative international talent and providing a springboard for Canadian artists.
OVERVIEW OF ROLE
The Onsite General Store Manager is responsible for ensuring the smooth management of the Bass Coast General Store and Satellite Store while providing excellent customer service.
Our ideal candidate will have an interest in the Bass Coast merchandise line and artist goods. They will have a passion for sales, management and fashion. Bass Coast offers a competitive contract fee for this position. The successful candidate must be available to be on the festival site from July 2 - 11, 2023 and available for minimal remote advance planning hours in May and June.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
- Schedule and recruit volunteers with Volunteer Manager
- Participate in any scheduled pre-show meetings
- Understand the artist merchandise consignment program plan
- Open and close general store and satellite store.
- Daily Square POS hardware and system checks.
- Train volunteers on all job requirements
- Supervise volunteers and sales during open hours.
- Keep store tidy and keep displays in order
- Secure Bass Coast and artist consignment inventory and keep all inventory organised
- Control against theft
- Perform daily cash management responsibilities.
- Arrange floats and cash deposits
- Run sales reports and review daily summaries
- Collect Lost and Found at General Store, ensure it is transferred to the Office post festival
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
- Experience managing a retail store for 2+ years
- Experience working with Square POS system
- Experience managing cash sales and close out reporting
- Excels at working with google spreadsheets and managing inventory
- Must possess superior organisational abilities and attention to detail
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to work independently and in a team
- Experience managing a team of volunteers
- Effective leader and motivator with interpersonal skills and team spirit
- Capable of working in a constantly evolving environment and in the outdoor elements
- Ability to be flexible and adaptable, with demonstrated initiative and multitasking capabilities to track multiple priorities and deadlines.
- Experience working or attending festivals and / or events is an asset
- Thrives in the high-pressure and fast-paced environment of festival production.
HOURS AND COMPENSATION
May - June, 2023: Must be available for remote pre-show part-time planning hours.
July 2 - July 11, 2023: On festival site.
Flat rate contract: Onsite $250/day
Bass Coast offers an innovative, flexible and creative work environment. All Bass Coast employees work remotely during pre-show and post-show and are required to have their own computer, and workspace (whether at home or elsewhere). The successful candidate will be able to work both independently and work remotely via zoom with team members. In-person meetings may be required. The successful candidate must be eligible to work in Canada.
HOW TO APPLY
Bass Coast Project Ltd is an equal opportunity employer offering a fair, co-operative, respectful, safe, and healthy work environment. We conduct hiring on the basis of employment equity. Employment equity is designed to compensate for the nonexistence of a level playing field with regard to people’s experiences and job qualifications, given structural injustices and systemic discrimination that marginalize certain groups. Bass Coast welcomes and encourages applications from Indigenous people, Black people, people of colour, women, LGBTQ2SIA+ people, people with disabilities, people living in poverty, and newcomers to Canada.
COVID-19 Workplace Policy:
Bass Coast Festival will continue to operate in accordance with provincial and local health guidelines and recommendations. The government of British Columbia’s current response can be viewed here.
To apply please fill out the application form link below and include a cover letter and resume demonstrating your interest in the position and your fit for the duties and qualifications noted.
Please answer the following questions in your cover letter:
- What systems do you currently use for communication, scheduling and data management? Have you managed POS systems such as Square?
- What is your experience in recruiting and training volunteers?
- Describe an event/establishment/project you managed successfully with a team and how it relates to this position.
Posting will remain open until the position is filled.
We thank all applicants, but only those considered for an interview will be contacted.
Please do not contact us directly about the application status.