Store Stock Clerk

All part-time C-Store associates are responsible for the proper and efficient operation of their shift, within company policy. This means that they must ensure that the shift contributes to the increased profitability of the store.
Grocery Day Stocking
oUnload merchandise, maintain the order of the stock room by receiving, unpacking, and inspecting merchandise as it arrives
oStock clerks need to be able to stoop, bend, twist, and lift at least 50 lbs. in narrow spaces
oStacking the goods in organized manner on shelves and racks while rotating product
oSorting the grocery products and assigning them with relevant labels
oKeeping record of the grocery inventory
oKeeping track of the products in the stock room
oMaintaining order and cleanliness in the work areas of the store
oReporting damage in the grocery products and reporting it to the Store Manager
oRotate all stock and pull out-of-date stock off the shelf and store in the backroom for supplier credit
oStay familiar with the products and prices in the store
oSweep and mop floors
oClean shelving and racks
oClean and sanitize restrooms
oClean and sanitize all fast food and drink equipment
oClean, organize and stock cooler
oClean all windows, doors, and cooler doors
oClean gasoline islands and pumps
oEmpty trash inside the store and on the lot
oCheck equipment and temperatures
oTo perform other tasks assigned by the store manager
oAssist the manager in seeing that the store maintains a 95% or better on image inspections
oClean the car wash areas (if applicable)
oFollow the work schedule as posted, unless a change in schedule is arranged with the store manager.
oChange syrup box for fountain drinks
oKeep fast food area stocked
oAdvise the store manager of any personnel situations or policy violations that have an adverse affect on the store's operation
oReport any equipment (coffee machines, microwaves, refrigerators, gas pumps, lights, plumbing fixtures, etc) which are not working to your station manager
Performance Evaluation
oThe store manager will review the employee's performance and recommend additional training or corrective procedures to improve performance
oAssociates will be terminated for insubordination, theft and not arriving on time for work.
Requirements for the Job
oThe following constitute "essential functions" of the job
oRead, understand, and write the English language
oHave sufficient visual acuity to check labels and invoices
oCan lift up to 50 pounds, and carry cases of milk cartons and soft drinks, beer and juice containers
oCan stock shelves and coolers
oCan react to a fire by lifting the fire extinguisher and using it to extinguish the fire
oTolerate exposure to gasoline fumes and cleaning products
oCan climb a ladder to clean windows
oSweep and mop floors, dust shelves, and lift and carry out trash containers and place in an outside bin
oCan clean the parking lot and ground surrounding the convenience store
oCan enter and work in a refrigerator walk-in cooler as needed

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