Req ID: 94001
Your Road to Success Starts Here!
Since 1964, Love’s has been known for “Clean Places, Friendly Faces,” and we have grown to who we are today because of retail employees like you. You’ve found a great opportunity. Start on the front line in a full time or part time position. Grow to the top. Join a community that truly cares.
About The Job:
Shift leaders are our first line of supervisors and we grow our employees from within. This position is designed to be an entry level management position. Retail shift leaders provide customers with friendly customer service. Other responsibilities include maintaining a safe environment for the store, completing required paperwork accurately and timely, following company guidelines, operating all assigned equipment safely and efficiently, completing all store task and activities assigned by management, being timely and punctual with attendance, and maintaining personal grooming and appearance at all times.
What Are We Looking For?
Love’s is a customer driven company. Because of this, we are looking for individuals who like a family atmosphere, have great attitudes, provide consistent customer service, can work in a team environment with a high sense of urgency.
Your Road to Success can start here if you have:
|- Flexible Schedule||- Life insurance|
|- Competitive pay paid weekly||- Holiday pay|
|- Competitive Medical/Dental/Vision Plans||- Career development programs|
|- 401(k) with matching contributions||- Hourly Bonus Program (Golden Hearts)|
Job Function(s): Operations; Retail
Founded in 1964 by Tom Love, Love’s Family of Companies is headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and remains entirely family owned and operated. With more than 300 locations in 40 states, Love’s approximate growth rate is 20 stores per year. Love’s has consistently ranked in the top 10 on Forbes’ Magazine’s annual listing of America’s largest privately held companies. From the first filling station in Watonga, Oklahoma, the Love’s commitment has remained the same: “Clean Places, Friendly Faces.”