JAY C FOOD STORES
I. PURPOSE FOR POSITION
To operate the register to check out customers in a prompt, efficient, and courteous manner, with all sales properly recorded and all monies properly collected according to company policies and procedures.
II. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1. Standing/Walking - 100% of the time.
2. Lifting - maximum 40 pounds, average 20 pounds.
3. Manual dexterity - Example: Picking up 10 pound bags of sugar, 2 gallons of milk, and 2 liter cola bottles
4. Bending/Twisting/Turning - Groceries off of cart, bagging, and scanning.
5. Reading Comprehension - Detail tapes, shelf tags, prices, coupons, and checks.
6. Talking - good verbal skills - communications with customers/employees
7. Listening - good communications with customers/employees
8. Repetitive Motion - Hands/Wrists
9. Personal Ability - Knowledge to fully complete the cashier training program
10. Memorization - Identify produce items and sale items.
1. Check out customers promptly, courteously, efficiently, and accurately.
2. Knowledge of equipment.
3. Keep work area clean and supplies stocked at all times.
4. Knowledge of current ad and all other information posted by the Front End, Manager or Store Manager.
5. Count till in and out, and be responsible for all transactions.
6. Maintain courteous and friendly customer relations.
7. Follow all company policies and procedures as outlined in cashier training manual and company handbook.
8. Maintain a neat and personal appearance - hair, team wear, apron, and name tag.
9. Report customer complaints to the Front End Manager or Store Manager.
10. Knowledge of produce items.
11. Follows company guidelines and policies for safety.
12. Other duties as assigned by management.
IV. EQUIPMENT USED
1. Box Cutter
2. Printing scales
3. Floor Jack
6. Hot Film Wrapper
7. Shrink wrap gun
8. Garb-all (18 years of age)
1. Reports directly to the Front End Manager or Store Management person.
2. Assists and cooperates with other cashiers where needed to benefit the front end operation
Statements included in this job description of not necessarily represent an exhaustive list off all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the position. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the position, or to require that other or different tasks be performed, as circumstances change.