Regional inspector (retail goods trade) - Salary and Career
Business Operations and Technical Assistance Managers

Regional inspector (retail goods trade) - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They plan activities in the retail, wholesale and technical assistance trades, serve customers, manage and structure work teams, manage material and financial resources, contracts and projects, promote safety, health, environment and quality conditions, advise the board and sectors of company.

How much does an Regional inspector (retail goods trade) earn

A Regional inspector (retail goods trade) earns between $1.171 and $4.051 per month, with an average monthly salary of $1.796 and a median salary of $1.466 according to an Averwage.com salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 31.555 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).


Salary ranges for the Regional inspector (retail goods trade)

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 1.796 21.553 449 8
1º Quartile 1.171 14.056 293 5
Median Salary 1.466 17.592 367 7
3º Quartile 3.090 37.074 772 14
Higher Salary 4.051 48.613 1.013 19


Professional job categories

  • Senior members of the public power, managers of public interest organizations and companies, managers
    • managers
      • production and operations managers
        • business operations and technical assistance managers

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Main workplaces

Business Operations and Technical Assistance Managers they perform their duties in companies in the wholesale trade and trade intermediaries, retail trade, sales, maintenance, repair and technical assistance, leasing of products and services. They act as employees with a formal contract, as self-employed, or as employers. They are organized individually and also in work teams, with occasional supervision and, depending on the occupation, without supervision, they carry out their activities indoors, during the day and night. They may be subject to being in uncomfortable positions for long periods and working under pressure, leading to a condition of stress. They may also be exposed to the action of toxic materials.


What does it take to work in the field of Business Operations and Technical Assistance Managers

For the exercise of wholesale trader and retail trader occupations, workers with fourth grade of elementary school education and basic qualification courses of up to two hundred class hours are required. For store manager and technical assistance service operations manager, the required schooling is complete high school, plus professional training courses at a technical level. Full performance of functions occurs, for wholesalers and retailers, after a period of one to two years of professional experience for store managers, after four or five years for managers of technical assistance services operations, after five years.


Functions and activities of Regional inspector (retail goods trade)

Business Operations and Technical Assistance Managers must:

  • manage sales, purchasing, repair, cashier and administrative support team;
  • customer service;
  • advise board and sectors of the company;
  • manage sales, purchasing, repairs, cashiers and administrative support team;
  • manage sales, purchasing, repairs, boxes and administrative support team;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • serve customers;
  • advise management and company sectors;
  • manage sales, purchasing, repairs, cashiers and administrative support staff;
  • structuring work teams;
  • manage the sales, purchasing, repairs, cashiers and administrative support team;
  • plan activities in retail, wholesale and technical assistance;
  • plan activities in retail, wholesale and technical assistance commerce;
  • promote safety, health, environment and quality conditions;
  • manage material and financial resources;
  • serving customers;
  • advising the company's board of directors and sectors;
  • plan activities in the retail, wholesale and technical assistance trades;
  • manage contracts and projects (marketing and services);
  • manage sales, purchasing, repair, cashiers and administrative support team;
  • planning activities in retail, wholesale and technical assistance trades;
  • planning activities in retail, wholesale and service trades;
  • service to customers;
  • plan activities in retail, wholesale and technical assistance trades;
  • plan activities in the retail, wholesale and technical assistance commerce;
  • planning activities in retail, wholesale and technical assistance;
  • service customers;
  • plan activities in retail, wholesale and technical assistance;
  • advise the company's board of directors and sectors;

  • Activities

    • represent the company;
    • prepare reports for the board;
    • monitor budget execution;
    • express yourself orally;
    • transmitting characteristics of goods to the sales team;
    • assist inspection agents;
    • determine professional profiles;
    • delegate assignments;
    • optimize the physical space of the store (modulation);
    • control compliance with standards;
    • monitor project progress;
    • promote employees;
    • evaluate performance;
    • supervise the dissemination of promotions (placement of banners, posters, etc.) .);
    • provide social assistance to employees;
    • promote prevention programs;
    • negotiate prices and payment terms;
    • resolving customer complaints;
    • resolve customer complaints;
    • act with dynamism;
    • express yourself with gestures;
    • planning purchases and leases;
    • assist in field testing of new products;
    • serve inspection agents;
    • examining cvs;
    • arranging for the hiring and dismissal of employees;
    • recommend promotion of employees;
    • authorize payments and receipts;
    • plan for rational use of resources;
    • exercise leadership;
    • plan sales promotion of goods and services;
    • stimulate motivation of teams;
    • disclose goods and services;
    • rearrange layout;
    • surveying customer satisfaction;
    • argue with conviction (persuasion);
    • charge results;
    • mediate relationship between employee and company;
    • organize the establishment's and employees' documentation;
    • review plans (sales, promotions, investments, expansion);
    • schedule professional training and development;
    • appreciate organizational innovations;
    • opinion on project conditions and priorities;
    • formulate incentives for productivity;
    • manage service contracts;
    • plan purchases and leases;
    • cooperate in the definition of projects;
    • make quotations;
    • plan to promote the sale of goods and services;
    • monitor administrative routines;
    • provide environmental preservation actions;
    • serving inspection agents;
    • develop an investment plan;
    • establish itineraries and service areas;
    • review procedure manuals;
    • suggest new merchandise development;
    • suggest improvement in merchandise;
    • evaluate level of team satisfaction;
    • qualify suppliers;
    • contract services;
    • plan the shipment of goods for technical assistance;
    • formulating incentives for productivity;
    • participate in meetings;
    • establish a scale of vacations and days off;
    • manage absenteeism ( absences, leaves, leaves);
    • guiding customers;
    • monitor internal and external audit;
    • interviewing candidates;
    • demonstrate written expression skills (writing);
    • assign team to project;
    • suggest innovations;
    • write announcements and rules;
    • demonstrate motivation;
    • providing employee integration;
    • identify the need to hire personnel;
    • manage relocations;
    • collaborate in the definition of epi and epc;
    • propose purchase of new items;
    • manage inventory;
    • release goods for delivery;
    • conduct meetings with the team;
    • interviewing candidates;
    • instruct subordinates;
    • coordinate inventory of goods for balance sheet;
    • operate computer equipment;
    • implementing employee retraining;
    • show emotional balance;
    • supervise repair and repair services;
    • transfer cash to the bank;
    • order the disposal of waste, scrap and materials recyclables;
    • mediate the relationship between employee and company;
    • promote actions for the health and safety plan at work;
    • manage purchases;
    • inform employees about your performances;
    • ensure the organization of the workplace;
    • develop investment plan;
    • define outsourcing strategies;
    • develop rules and instructions;
    • manage costs;
    • receive goods;
    • maintain personal presentation;
    • analyze market trends;
    • detect training and development needs;
    • seek professional update;
    • establish standards and criteria for service acceptance;
    • determining professional profiles;
    • measure training results;
    • set goals and indicators (sales volume, default, costs, quality);
    • check competitors' behavior;
    • define the end consumer profile;
    • manage conflicts between employees;
    • define operational plans (operation of the establishment);
    • forward goods for repair, repair and exchange;
    • capture resources;
    • suggest investments;
    • implementing sales techniques;
    • monitor efficiency and effectiveness indicators;
    • exercise autonomy;
    • inspect the conditions of the exhibited goods;
    • manage hours worked , overtime;
    • organizing the establishment's and employees' documentation;
    • manage investments;


    Sectors that hire Regional inspector (retail goods trade) the most in the job market

    • retail merchandise in general, with predominance of food products - supermarkets
    • temporary labor lease
    • retailer of clothing and accessories
    • pharmaceuticals retail trade, without formula handling
    • retail merchandise in general, with predominance of food products - minimarkets, grocery stores and warehouses
    • retail merchandise in general, with predominance of food products - hypermarkets
    • general building material retail trade
    • retailer of food products in general or specialized in food products
    • retailer of other products
    • snack bars, tea houses, juice houses and the like




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