TravelCenters of America
High School/Secondary School Diploma or GED
1.2. First/Mid Level Officials & Managers
The Store Assistant General Manager (AGM) provides the vital support to the Store General Manager in the leadership for the marketing and operations functions for the Travel Store, Convenience Store, Fuel Island, Maintenance, Other Income, and at specific locations Motel Profit Centers. This includes the hiring/staffing, training, development, and supervision of the staff to maximize the store’s profitability by building and maintaining a strong loyal customer base within company policies. The Assistant General Manager is responsible for all store functions while managing the shift(s). It is expected that the Assistant General Manager will work in concert with the General Manager to the build and maintain a strong, dynamic store team by communicating a clear vision and give direction on marketing, personnel, financial/P&L, operational, accounting, and site appearance issues. Assures the profit center meets or exceeds its budgeted and is maintained to company standards.
TravelCenters of America
Website : http://www.ta-petro.com
TravelCenters of America is the largest full-service travel center company in the United States, serving professional drivers and motorists alike. Our mission is to take care of all highway travelers in the finest full-service facilities on the road. And, with over 30 years of experience, TravelCenters of America has established itself as a leader in serving travelers.TravelCenters of America LLC, together with its subsidiaries, operates and franchises travel centers primarily along the United States interstate highway system. It offers diesel fuel and gasoline; and operates full service restaurants primarily under the Iron Skillet and Country Pride brand names, and quick serve restaurants primarily under the brand names of Arby's, Burger King, Dunkin' Donuts, Pizza Hut, Popeye's Chicken & Biscuits, Starbuck's Coffee, Subway, and Taco Bell. The company also operates truck repair and maintenance facilities, which offer maintenance and emergency repair and road services ranging from basic services, such as oil changes and tire repair to specialty services, including diagnostics and repair of air conditioning, air brakes, and electrical systems; and travel and convenience store that provides packaged food and snack items, beverages, non-prescription drug and beauty supplies, batteries, automobile accessories, and music and video products, as well as laundry supplies, clothing, truck accessories, and a selection of electronics.