CAREER OPPORTUNITIES 👔
Are You a Good Fit?!
If you see yourself as an enthusiastic entrepreneur, who pursues excellence, enjoys and respects people from all walks of life, then we would like you to consider joining our long tradition of success and excellence.
IT ALL STARTS HERE 👋
How to get started.
Give Us A Listen
Listen to our registered apprentice program on episode 88 of this podcast.
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Be Your Own Boss!
Brown’s offers the opportunity to manage and own a share of your own store upon completion of our Apprenticeship Program
Over a century of shoes.
Let us take a moment to introduce ourselves. Brown’s Shoe Fit is a company full of talented and personable people who have followed a long tradition of excellence. For over 100 years, Brown’s professionals have delivered a high degree of financial success by adhering to solid business strategies. Even more importantly, we care for our customers, offering our communities the very finest in quality, comfortable footwear.
The first Brown’s Shoe fit store began in Southwest Iowa from Win Brown’s dream to succeed. he believed that any person should have an opportunity to own and operate their own business. When he recognized someone who deserved an opportunity, he would make them a partner in the retail shoe business.
Why Work At Brown’s Shoe Fit?
Just a few of the great reasons to come and work with us!
Positive Work Environment
Join a tradition of excellence with over a century of success. Brown’s Shoe Fit offers a positive environment where you can learn and grow.
We offer the opportunity to secure your future and a wide variety of benefits including:
• Medical and prescription insurance
• Life and accidental insurance
• Medical reimbursement
• Dependent care reimbursement
• Company savings
Opportunities to Grow and Learn In Our Management Training Program
• 100% customer service
• Product knowledge
• To listen to customers’ needs
• To motivate and manage employees
• To maintain or improve stores appearance
• What it takes to be profitable
• Store maintenance
• To manage finances
• To pay bills
• In-store operations
• Balanced inventory
• To pay taxes