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Very interesting, This position covered all management responsibilities: Sales - customer and product development, r
Purchasing - vendor, inventory, and logistics, Personnel - employee relationships, hiring, firing and salary, Office - selected equipment, and software, performed payable, receivable, and bookkeeping including printing checks and payroll, Manufacturing plant - oversaw equipment including purchase, maintenance, and supplies, worked with team on scheduling and quality control.
Business is extremely cyclical making long and short term planning difficult. It is a difficult market to plan and control inventory for the very specialized products which are scattered across the country.
Advice to Management
To the new owners I can not stress enough how important all your relationships are. You wear yourself always and need to project yourself affirming good strong character, which you can not fake. You need to be trustworthy, honest, affable, very productive and gain respect.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied in-person. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Sprouts Farmers Market.
Hiring process was decently painless. Applied to a number of different locations and got a callback from Pacific Beach location. Interview process was quick and simple, one interview with the Assistant Manager, very casual interview, very friendly and not nerve wreacking.
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This company seems to be sprouting up all over the place. A fast-growing natural foods retailer, Sprouts Farmers Market operates about 100 stores in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah. The stores (ranging in size from 23,000 to 37,000 sq. ft.) sell organic and local produce, baked goods, all-natural meats and seafood, imported cheeses, bulk foods, and vitamins and supplements. Stores also boast more than 300 bins of bulk rices, spices, nuts, and grains. Sprouts in 2011 acquired more than 40 stores opeating under the Henry's Farmers Market...