Collects and registers money from merchandise sales and/or fees for services at an assigned campus location.
Minimum Qualifications for Admittance to Exam
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Graduation from high school or its equivalent AND six months of full-time, paid cashiering experience.
Knowledges, Skills, and Abilities Required
Cashiering procedures and practices
Customer service techniques for public contact in person and on the telephone
Basic record keeping procedures
Operating features and capabilities of computer equipment and applications used in storekeeping operations
Operating a cash register
Receive and disburse monies rapidly and accurately
Remember and total rapidly the selling prices of items and/or fees for services
Make simple arithmetic calculations quickly and accurately
Maintain accurate records
Follow written and oral instructions
Work cooperatively and effectively with District personnel and students
Learn general and specialized computer applications
Operates a cash register to itemize and total selling price of merchandise and/or fees for services.
Collects cash, check, or charge payment from customers, makes change for cash transactions, and issues receipts.
Sets up cash drawers daily to assure adequate cash for making change.
Checks identification and obtains authorizations on check and credit card purchases.
Counts money in cash drawer at beginning and end of work shift.
Records daily transaction amounts from cash register to balance cash drawer at the close of each day's business or at the end of the shift.
Trains others to operate the cash register.
May issue cash refunds or credit vouchers to customers for returned merchandise.
May assist customers in locating and selecting merchandise.
May stock and keep merchandise shelves, counter space, displays, and sales areas neat and orderly.
May assist in taking inventories by counting merchandise items on shelves and in storage.
May order standard articles for assigned areas such as candy, gum, etc.
May use electronic scanner to record prices of merchandise.
May review price sheets to note price changes and sale items.
May mark merchandise with predetermined prices.
May perform basic clerical functions utilizing computer equipment.
If assigned to college cafeteria, may perform additional duties involving general cafeteria work such as clearing counters and tables, mopping spills, refilling condiments and utensil holders, assisting in preparation, and serving of a variety of foods and beverages.
Performs related duties as assigned.
Los Angeles Community College District - 16 months ago