Assistant Store Leader

Cambridge - Permanent, full-time

The role


You'll find Neptune Cambridge in the close-knit village of Harston, just outside this cultural and picturesque city. The building itself, the former Three Horseshoes inn, dates back to the early 19th century - though you'll find a twist on it with a contemporary, architecturally-sympathetic building next door, joined by a glass walkway. We've also decorated it from top to toe with our signature, understated aesthetic.

At Neptune, we believe it's just as important to keep our staff happy as it is our customers. We'd like to welcome a new Assistant Store Manager to our Neptune family.
As a pillar of support to the Store Leader, you'll understand that our customers are at the heart of everything we do. You'll lead by example, always striving to deliver outstanding service while surpassing store objectives.

In order to consistently accomplish that, you will:

  • Guide, support and motivate a dedicated retail and kitchen design team
  • Coach, train and develop new and existing team members to become brand ambassadors
  • Ensure operational excellence throughout the store and behind the scenes
  • Maintain breath-taking visual merchandising and store presentation



As a positive and confident person, you'll have a proven ability in leading a team within the world of retail, ideally from a home lifestyle or interiors brand. You'll be passionate about our brand with a clear commitment to helping us drive forward the business forward.

Not only do we offer a highly competitive salary but also a discretionary bonus scheme, pension and a great range of other benefits. If we've engaged your senses and you'd like to know more, please send your CV and current salary details to us.

Find out a little bit more about us at Neptune.com and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

Neptune…improving the customer experience.

We're fortunate to receive hundreds and hundreds of applications every week. You'll never receive an automated response from us - it's something that we find too impersonal - and while we try to respond to every email, the sheer volume sometimes makes that difficult. So, if you don't hear from us within 14 days, this means that your application hasn't been successful but we thank you very much for your interest.