The story behind Neptune Bury St Edmunds is one that dates back to the Georgian era. It was originally built for Robert Boby - a brand made up of inventors, designers and makers of hay and seed machinery. That's why the road that runs alongside our store has the name 'the Robert Boby Way'. When we restored it, we kept as many of the original features as we could from the large sash windows to the grand double staircase. And more recently, we've added new elements that are respectful of its heritage, such as the beautiful orangery at the rear.
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 Store Manager, maternity cover contract, to our Neptune family.
Responsible for leading the store to success, you will motivate and inspire the team to provide World Class Service in everything they do. Living and breathing our brand values and always looking for opportunities to improve the experience for our customers.
We're a humble bunch and believe in doing the right thing, and doing it together, by:
- Keeping customers and staff happy
- Making smart financial decisions
- Building trusting relationships
- Sharing knowledge to develop others
To succeed, you'll be a confident and articulate leader with proven success as a business and team manager. An ability to be take ownership is crucial along with experience gained in a service focused environment.
If you love great quality retail but want to enjoy the support of a bigger company with family values at its heart, why not get in touch to find out more.
Not only do we offer a highly competitive salary but also a discretionary bonus scheme, pension and a great range of other benefits. Please send your CV and covering letter detailing your current salary.
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 your application hasn't been successful but thank you for your interest.