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Clerk/Cashier-10 Open Positions
Business Area CVS Caremark
Job Category Cashier/ Hourly Retail
Position Summary To ensure customer satisfaction by handling each customer with the eye’s, hi’s and help. To ensure each customer has a positive shopping experience and to remember that the customer is the top priority.
Required Qualifications Must be at least 16 years of age
Ability to complete the following tasks:

  • Operate a cash register including cash transactions, checks, charges
  • Follow company policies and procedures regarding cash register performance
  • Request additional help when needed to increase customer satisfaction
  • Greet each customer using the eye’s, hi’s and help at all times and assist customers with their questions, problems and complaints
  • Price merchandise utilizing price guns
  • Store cleanliness: break area and rest rooms; vacuum; dust/face; clean windows; rubbish removal; exterior maintenance; sweeping
  • Stock shelves
  • Complete price changes: document counts, utilize price guns
  • Answer the telephone using the appropriate greeting
  • Process photofinishing orders
  • Maintain check-out area: fill register supplies, bags; wipe counter tops; fill cigarettes
  • Issue rainchecks when requested
  • React to potential shoplifters following company guidelines
  • Maintain customer/patient confidentiality
  • Maintain card department: order, stock, inventory, signing
  • Maintain cosmetic department/units: clean, stock, set displays, sign, prepare returns (UPP system)
  • Reset departments/end caps following POGs
  • Display and sign weekly, promotional and seasonal merchandise
  • Prepare damages: document counts and item numbers, seal trays
  • In-store signing, including: shelves, displays, dump baskets, windows, ceiling
  • Assist Pharmacy personnel when needed
  • Complete minor in-store repairs i.e., carriage poles, change light bulbs
  • Work out reserve stock
  • Assist customers with large purchases (taking out to vehicle)
  • Unload and load trays/cases – 35 pound maximum to a height of 4 feet
  • Move trays/cases from one location to another
Preferred Qualifications ·  Previous retail experience
Education ·  High school diploma or equivalent preferred
   
   

Assistant Store Manager-CVS Caremark 1-2 Open Positions

General Summary:

Responsible for the total, efficient and profitable operations of a CVS Pharmacy and/or a health and beauty aide store.

Essential Function:

1. Management

• lead others and work effectively with store crews

• supervise, assign and direct activities of the store’s crew

• effectively communicate information to store crew and supervisors in an open and timely manner

2. Customer Service

• assist customers with their questions, problems and complaints

• handle all customer relations issues in accordance with company policy and promote a positive shopping experience

for all customers

• maintain customer/patient confidentiality

3. Merchandising/Presentation

• price merchandise

• stock shelves

• reset departments following POGs adapting them to a particular store

• organize and execute the display and signing of weekly, major promotional and seasonal merchandise

• organize and execute the display and maintenance of off‐shelf merchandise

4. Shrinkage

• control use of register keys, securing door keys, alarm codes, and safe combinations

• execute locking of safe and security doors and setting of alarms when closing the store

• complete random cash verifications; journal tape checks; analyze Cashier Analysis Report

• identify and react to shoplifters and apprehend to secure company assets and process shoplifters accordingly

• protect store assets

• administer, monitor, and react to Internal Loss Prevention programs and systems: employee bag checks; lockers

secured; receipts for purchases

• maintain and react to Electronic Article Surveillance system

• ensure price accuracy, using POS Price Accuracy Report and in‐store price audits

5. Operations

• respond to MIS

• review electronic journal

• access, input, retrieve and analyze information from the computer

• order regular and promotional merchandise, maintaining appropriate inventory levels using the Telxon machine

• maintain an organized office and backroom

• work reserve stock

• oversee and execute the preparation of the daily cash report and weekly summary

• develop sales/hours forecasts

• load and unload deliveries

o lift 35 pound trays/cases to a height of 4 feet

o move trays/cases from one location to another

• verify and document billing of merchandise (check‐in merchandise)

• execute and document merchandise returns and inter‐store transfers

• operate a cash register ‐ including: cash, check and charge transactions; bagging merchandise

• execute and document:

o cash/check pulls; deposits; returned check payments; check acceptance; refunds; voids; discounts; cashier

verifications; rain‐checks; signing crew members on/off; taking closing readings

• deliver deposits and secure change from the bank maintain a balanced imprest fund

• schedule daily, weekly activities; prepare weekly work schedules based on store’s budgeted hours

• execute weekly payroll

• ensure compliance with all company policies and procedures and federal and state laws

• prepare, complete and distribute reports and records: paid out summary; key rec’s (accounts payable); MU/MD;

customer cash discrepancy; returnable merchandise; accident reports; various other surveys as requested

• open/close store

• conduct a walk through of the store and establish a prioritized list of tasks

• answer telephone

• identify and react to in‐store repairs

• attend district and/or regional meetings

• execute payment of outside vendors as appropriate

• supervise and/or execute rubbish removal

6. Human Resources

• train, develop, and evaluate crew members and supervisors

• complete phase I and II as necessary

• execute all necessary documentation for H.R.I.S. administration: hiring kits; staff enrollment forms, changes of status

forms for all store personnel

• recruit, select, hire, train, develop, evaluate and suspend hourly non‐exempt employees

• Assistant Manager development; self development as an Assistant Manager

• conduct performance appraisals for all directly assigned personnel

• recommend wage rate and promotion of hourly non‐exempt employees

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