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Full - Time Stock Lead - Harbor East
Under Armour, IncBaltimore, MD
The Stock Lead is responsible for maximizing the store selling potential by effectively training and supervising Stock and Sales Associates on all back of house merchandise handling processes.
Part-Time Stock Lead
Under Armour, IncAnnapolis, MD
Position Summary The Stock Lead is responsible for maximizing the store selling potential by effectively training and supervising Stock and Sales Associates on all back of house merchandise handling processes.
Part-time
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Our Sales Associates not only embody and convey the Under Armour culture and Company spirit; they are also experts when it comes to Under Armour product.
Working with us means one key thing: no matter what you do, you see every day and every project as a chance to push your field forward.
Part-Time Stock Lead
Under Armour, IncCurtis Bay, MD
We're about performance - in training and on game day, in blistering heat and bitter cold. + Inform store leadership of shipment and stockroom fixture supply needs. + Responsibility for the organization and cleanliness of all back of house areas to include Lundia's, Supply area, Teammate break room, and restrooms.
Part-time

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