Sales and Service Supervisors

Sales and service supervisors supervise, coordinate and schedule activities of staff, establish and implement programs, policies and procedures, coordinate worth with other departments, estimate and order materials and supplies, monitor quality and production levels, resolve work related and human resource problems, prepare and submit budget, progress and other reports, maintain inventory records and fire and train staff.


  • High school diploma.
  • Previous work experience.
  • Food service supervisors require a college diploma in food service administration, hotel or restaurant management or another related field.

Future Prospects:

These occupations will have little change in employment levels in the future.

Job Prospects

Current Workforce:

Approximately 46.7% of workers in this occupational group are women. About 42.6% of employees working in these occupations live in Yellowknife, 38.5% live in the regional centres of Inuvik, Hay River and Fort Smith and 18.9% live in other communities. About 36.9% are employed in the Retail Trade industry and 26.2% in the Accommodation and Food Services sector.