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Part-Time Cashier - Day Shift


Posted: 02/07/2021

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About the Position:
At Laskowski Ace, Cashiers represent the front line in making the customers shopping experience a pleasant one. The Cashier is accountable for processing all transactions accurately and efficiently in accordance with established policies and procedures. Cashier’s play a fundamental role in achieving customer satisfaction and revenue growth objectives.

Responsibilities include:
Engaging customers in every way; greet customers as soon as they are encountered
Perform all steps in the checkout process including: scanning and bagging items at a rate that meets store requirements and processing accepted forms of payment
Reconcile cash drawer daily
Handle customer complaints with integrity and poise, and, when necessary, refer dissatisfied guests to the appropriate individuals for resolution
Maintains high ethical standards in all actions
Assist customers in the store as well as on the phone
Maintain awareness of promotions/advertisements in order to inform customers about special sales

Minimum

Be at least 16 years old
Ability to count accurate change to ensure no overages or shortages of money and maintaining an accurate cash drawer
Ability to process transactions accurately
Experience using a computer
Ability to multi-task using the register and answering the phone
Ability to communicate professionally with customers and team members
Ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time
Clean and approachable appearance
Availability must be flexible to the needs of the business
Customer satisfaction-oriented

Preferred but, not required

Experience in retail cashiering or sales
Familiarity with electronic equipment (e.g. cash register, scanners, etc)
Customer service experience, including resolving customer issues, assisting customers in locating product, greeting customers, answering phones and building relationships with customers

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