Abercrombie & Fitch

Manager in Training

Facts and figures

Job/scheme locations: 
Opportunities available in all our Abercrombie and Fitch, Hollister, Gilly Hicks and Abercrombie kids locations all over the UK, Europe and Asia as well as in Australia, Dubai and Brazil.

Closing date: 

Start date: 

Starting salary: 

Number of vacancies: 

Degree subjects: 
Any disipline

Degree requirements: 

Pension scheme (with company contribution), Private healthcare

Do you accept applications from students/graduates who require a work permit?: 

Management and business, Retail, buying and merchandising

Remember to mention TARGETjobs when contacting employers!

The Manager in Training program is a blended learning program focused on immersing the trainee in all aspects of managing a multi-million dollar business for Abercrombie & Fitch. Training is paid and lasts 8-10 weeks takes place in all of our domestic and international store locations.

Each week of training focuses on a different aspect of running the business. Every trainee will learn about different principles of management, including store operations, recruiting, diversity, creating the best in-store experience, human resources, stockroom systems and visual merchandising. In addition to meeting other associates, the trainee will also interact daily with the Store Manager and at least weekly with the District Manager. The Store Manager and the District Manager will facilitate coaching sessions as well as conduct weekly assessments and performance evaluations. The trainee must successfully complete the training program to be moved into an Assistant Manager role.

Successful completion of this program is the first step to becoming a store executive. At Abercrombie & Fitch, we strongly advocate a philosophy of promotion from within. All of our District Managers, Regional Managers, Directors – even the Senior Vice President of Stores – have gone through the Manager in Training program. With the growth of the company domestically and internationally, career opportunities have never been better.

Please reference TARGETjobs when applying.