The Team Lead is responsible for leading a team of employees and
managing operational duties on a given assignment as set forth by the
Senior Team Lead and/or District Manager. A Team Lead will
oversee team performance, work towards company goals, ensure proper
safety practices, and complete projects per assigned deadline while
maintaining customer service and profitability. The Team Lead
reports to the Senior Team Lead and/or District Manager.
Essential Job Responsibilities Represent Apollo and its
business units in all interactions with our retail partners, its
customers and external vendors. Carry out the needs of the company
while supporting all Apollo policies and procedures. Communicate
regularly with Senior Team Lead and/or District Manager on assigned
project updates, wins and opportunities. Identify opportunities
within assigned project and collaborate with Senior Team Lead and/or
District Manager on specific action plan to correct. Ensure any
project related reporting and scheduling are submitted on-time with
accuracy. Create a positive and engaging team environment with an
open door communication policy. Delegate and monitor team
performance to assigned project providing additional coaching and
training where needed. Motivate team members by providing positive
feedback and recognition for outstanding performance. Listen to
team members’ feedback and resolve any issues or conflicts.
Maintain safety standards per OSHA required guidelines and report
accidents immediately. Responsible to bring assigned
project in or under budgeted hours.
Work Environment/Physical Demands 95% of time dedicated to
physical work: stooping, standing, bending over, sitting, kneeling,
and squatting for extended periods of time, Lifting, pulling, and
pushing materials and equipment also required Lifting 50lbs+ of
weight (frequently); repetitive motions Precarious or high locations
may be required; will be required to frequently climb and descend
ladders Possible daily and/or overnight travel required.
Skills/Requirements High school diploma or GED equivalent
required Eighteen years of age or older Minimum of two years’
retail industry experience, including merchandising, installation and
leadership experience. Strong interpersonal including written
and oral communication and customer support skills. Working
knowledge of plan-o-grams and/or floorplans with some knowledge of
blueprints; able to cross reference multiple documents. Strong
knowledge of fixture sets including, racking, shelves and light
assembly. Completion of all internal certifications and training
programs. May require certification to operate machinery (e.g.
forklifts.) Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s
license, auto insurance, internet access, and basic tools (e.g.
cordless drill, hammers, box cutter, screw drivers, etc.); specialty
tools may be required – the company provides a purchase program.
Must be able to work independently or as a member of a team.
Computer software knowledge, including, but not limited to, Microsoft
Word, Excel, etc. Personal mobile device required
- Starting hourly wage $16
- Up to 40 hours per
week potential but not guaranteed.
company health, dental, vision, life and disability
- Paid Time-Off including
vacation and sick pay
- Travel Reimbursement