Store Manager Posting – Stockpile Market


The Store Manager provides leadership in the planning and directing of the day-to-day operations of the Stock Pile Market. The manager will be responsible to develop strategies to improve customer service, drive store sales, increase profitability, create/maintain store policies and marketing programs that will increase sales and grow the existing customer base. The Store manager will maintain high store standards and conditions and promote a healthy and safe environment.


Leadership and Team
• Complete store operational requirements by scheduling and assigning employees; following up on work results
• Maintain store staff by recruiting & interviewing, selecting, orienting, and training employees
• Maintain store staff job results by coaching, mentoring and disciplining employees; planning, monitoring and appraising job results
• Provide training to improve the knowledge base of the staff and utilize cross-training methods to maintain productivity when employees are absent
• Conducting performance reviews for staff, as well as providing or organizing training and development
• Maintain operations by initiating, coordinating and enforcing program, operational and employee policies and procedures
• Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed
• Update manager and colleagues on business performance, new initiatives and other pertinent issues

Planning, Finance and Marketing
• Prepare annual budget; schedule expenditures; analyze variances; initiate corrective actions
• Ensure availability of merchandise and services by approving contracts; maintaining inventories
• Formulate pricing policies by reviewing merchandising activities; determining additional needed sales promotion; authorizing clearance sales; studying trends
• Market merchandise by studying advertising, sales promotion and display plans; analyzing operating and financial statements for profitability ratios
• Determine marketing strategy changes by reviewing operating and financial statements and departmental sales records
• Organize special promotions, displays and events
• Work with vendors and manufacturers to bring in effective marketing displays for the sales floor and store windows
• Maintain awareness of market trends in the retail industry, understanding forthcoming customer initiatives and monitoring what local competitors are doing
• Initiate changes to improve the business, e.g. revising opening hours to ensure the store can compete effectively in the local market
• Manage all controllable costs to keep operations profitable
• Manage stock levels and make key decisions about stock control
• Analyze sales figures and forecast future sales
• Analyze and interpret trends to facilitate planning
• Maintain inventory by implementing purchasing plans and staying in contact with vendors and shippers
• Develop a schedule of holiday activities and promotions throughout the year strategically designed to bring in more revenue

Customer Service and Relationships
• Identify current and future customer requirements by establishing rapport with potential and actual customers and other persons in a position to understand service requirements
• Respond to customer complaints and comments
• Tour the sales floor regularly, talking to employees and customers to identify or resolve urgent issues
• Promote the Stock Pile Market locally by liaising with local businesses/organizations, newspapers and the community in general

Health and Safety
• Secure merchandise by implementing security systems and measures
• Protect employees and customers by providing a safe and clean store environment
• Maintain the stability and reputation of the store by complying with legal requirements
• Ensure standards for quality, customer service and health and safety are met


As an employee, you are accountable for:

a. Working effectively and with full commitment to the tasks assigned
b. Communicating your progress, challenges and successes regularly
c. Giving your managers your best advice
d. Ensuring business practices strictly operate within Government Laws & Regulations & Lund Hotel Policies
e. Taking personal ownership of your professional, personal growth and development

As a manager of others, you are accountable for:

a. Assigning the right work at the right time to accountable employees to meet department goals
b. Managing your direct reports’ work outputs and their behaviours, through training, coaching and mentoring
c. Leading staff in your department to support and contribute to department goals
d. Ensuring a culture of transparency, delivering consistently our best, continuous improvement and innovation
e. Providing an open, safe and respectful work environment for your department


• High School Diploma or equivalent qualification and experience combined
• Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or relevant field preferred
• A minimum of 5 years’ experience working in a retail environment, ideally in a managerial role
• A degree of satisfactory cultural competency and knowledge of Indigenous communities


• Demonstrated experience in leadership and customer management
• Proficiency with Point of Sales (POS) Systems
• Retail management experience with proficiency in sales and marketing initiatives
• Proficient with Microsoft Excel, Office Word, and Outlook
• Leading teams (Coaching/Mentoring/Training staff)
• Successful experience in workplace staffing and scheduling
• Solid accounting experience, including familiarity with monthly sales analysis and P&L statements
• perceptive business sense and well-developed market awareness


• Demonstrated ability to think strategically and be effective in both written and verbal communication
• Awareness – Perceptive business sense and well-developed retail market awareness
• Relationship Management – Promotes positive relationships between the managers, staff members and suppliers.
• Leadership –Influencing, motivating, and inspiring others through direct and indirect means to accomplish objectives. Empowering staff to take a proactive role in the success of the store,
• Decision making – Uses sound judgment to make good decisions based on information gathered and analyzed. Considers all pertinent facts and alternatives before deciding on the most appropriate action. Commits to decision.
• Problem solving – Analyzes problem by gathering and organizing all relevant information. Identifies cause and effect relationships. Comes up with appropriate solutions with minimal supervision.
• Teamwork/collaboration – Strong interpersonal skills. Interacts with people effectively. Able and willing to share and receive information. Collaborates within the group and across groups.
• Adaptability – Adapts to changing work environments, work priorities and organizational needs. Able to effectively deal with change and diverse people.
• Planning/Organizing – Proactively plans and organizes tasks and work responsibilities to achieve objectives. Sets priorities and schedules activities. Allocates and uses resources properly.
• Work standards – Sets and maintains high professional and performance standards. Pays close attention to detail, accuracy, quality and ensures follow through.
• Motivation – Displays energy and enthusiasm in approaching the job. Commits to putting in additional effort. Maintains high level of productivity. Self-directed.
• Initiative – Takes action to influence events. Generates ideas for improvement, takes advantage of opportunities, suggests innovations, does more than required.
• Integrity – Shares complete and accurate information. Maintains confidentiality of highly sensitive information. Adheres to organizational policies and procedures. Meets own commitments.
• Reliability – Takes personal responsibility for job performance. Completes work in a timely and consistent manner. Sticks to commitments and reports back on status of assigned tasks.
• Communication – Strong written and oral communication skills. Expresses ideas succinctly and effectively. Organizes and delivers information appropriately. Listens actively.

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Tla’amin Holdings Limited Partnership
Notice to Tla’amin Citizens of determination of a conflict of interest

Pursuant to the Tla’amin Entities Conflict of Interest Regulation, TNReg 13/2016 (the “COI Regulation”), and the Conflict of Interest Law, TNL 08/2016 (the “COI Law”)


  1. The purpose of the COI Regulation is to govern conflicts of interest for the Tla’amin Entities, including: Tla’amin Holdings Inc. and all Tla’amin Business Enterprises scheduled to the Economic Development Law and any other entity designated by regulation.
  2. The COI Regulation applies to directors, senior officers, employees, contractors and agents of all Tla’amin Entities.
  3. Section 4 of the COI Law states that a conflict of interest occurs when an individual exercises a power or performs a duty or function and at the same time knows or ought reasonably to have known in the exercise of the power or performance of the duty or function, there is an opportunity to benefit the individual’s private interests.
  4. Under section 11(8) of the COI Regulation, if the Tla’amin Executive Council determines that a director of a Tla’amin Entity, by having a conflict of interest or an apparent conflict of interest, has contravened the COI Regulation to the benefit of their private interests, the Executive Council must direct the senior officer of the Tla’amin Entity to post public notice of the details of the determination for 20 business days.


    In accordance with the directions of Executive Council, Tla’amin Holdings Inc., the general partner of Tla’amin Holdings Limited Partnership, provides the following notice:

  5. On September 23, 2019, the Tla’amin Nation Legislative Assembly (the “Legislative Assembly”) determined that Mr. Jay Yule acted in a conflict of interest while serving on the board of directors of multiple Tla’amin Entities. Accordingly, the Legislative Assembly removed Mr. Yule from Tla’amin Nation’s Economic Development Committee in accordance with section 14(1)(d) and (g) of the Tla’amin Nation Economic Development Law.
  6. On November 27, 2019 Mr. Yule resigned his directorships in the Tla’amin Entities.
  7. On November 29, 2019, the Chair of Tla’amin Holdings Inc. referred this matter to the Executive Council under s. 10(4)(b) of the COI Regulation.
  8. On April 21, 2021, the Executive Council determined that Mr. Yule contravened subsection 9(6) of the Tla’amin COI Regulation to the benefit of his private interests by voting on Tla’amin Entity decisions to enter into a partnership for profit with YMI Investing Ltd., a company in which his spouse was a shareholder through a further numbered company.

    DATED THIS: 15th day of June 2021

Bookkeeper Posting

TMSLP is seeking a Bookkeeper for our Group of Businesses.


• Assist the director of finance on an as needed basis
• Record day to day financial transactions and complete the posting process
• Provide budget information to determine operational targets and decisions
• Establish and maintain a system of internal controls and accounting, providing most effective control over business assets, liabilities, revenues and expenditures in accordance with established processes
• Manage month end accounting processes including account reconciliations, inventories, accruals and balance sheet analysis
• Accurately post revenues and expenditures
• Timely distribution of daily reports
• Establish and maintain a proper filing system for all documents related to the various businesses sales and expenses
• Provide month end packages and assist in the preparation of financial statements
• Collecting payments
• Generating Invoices
• Tracking purchase orders
• Assisting in the preparation of financial statements
• Issuing payments to suppliers

Education and Training

• Bookkeeping certificate or diploma from a reputable institution or equivalent
• Proficient with accounting software such as QuickBooks
• 3 years’ experience in working for businesses with multiple entities under one umbrella
• Proficient with Microsoft Excel, Office Word, and Outlook
• Knowledge and understanding of applicable laws and regulations
• Satisfactory cultural competency and knowledge of First Nations communities

Please submit the following for consideration:

  1. Cover letter
  2. Your resume

    Applications can be addressed to
    Nanette Kapitan, Director of Finance TMSLP.

    Submissions may be emailed to:

To learn more about Tla’amin Management services visit our website at

Deadline for submissions: Until the Position is Filled

Download Information Package:

TMSLP-Book-Keeper [PDF]

About Us

Incorporated in 1995 and originally called the Sliammon Development Corporation, the SDC was created to engage in and oversee economic development for the Tla’amin Nation.

After the effective date of the Tla’amin Treaty, SDC was re-organized and Tla’amin Management Services LP became the business arm of the Tla’amin Nation.

With over 20 years of experience in conducting business, particularly in land development, forestry, aquaculture, retail, hospitality and tourism, the Tla’amin Nation looks forward to working with you!