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Regional managers are in charge of multiple stores throughout a large physical area. Depending on how the company operates, a regional manager may be in charge of stores in one county or across multiple states. Regional managers determine the operational practices of all stores in the area, making sure each runs smoothly, cleanly, complies with marketing and sales campaigns and meets budget and sales goals.
Regional managers interview, hire, coordinate and discipline store managers, and check in on individual stores to make sure the store is stocked, clean and in proper working order. Regional managers create and maintain budgets, and coordinate with and report to senior management in the company.
More specific Regional Manager responsibilities may include:
In most cases you’d be working from nine until six, Monday to Friday, although extra hours could be expected on some occasions. For most of the time you’d be based in an office building, often with your own separate room.
On-the-job experience in the line of work is a must. People looking to advance to regional manager positions might want to get a degree in business management, restaurant and hospitality management, or similar fields.
As a regional manager, your annual standard salary would range between £34,000 and £52,000 according to Payscale. The median income for the job, as of July 2017, is £42,979.