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Sales Associate, Vancouver, 7-eleven

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277897860
Free
Sales Associate, Vancouver, 7-eleven
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver,
Published November 25, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Sales associate


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Overview

The person who greets and helps customers in a local 7-Eleven is the most important person in the 7-Eleven corporation. Bar none. You are the face of our company. You are 7-Eleven to our customer. We rely on you to provide outstanding service; maintain a clean, customer-friendly environment; stock and merchandise products; and, naturally, operate the register. Whether your goal is to begin a fantastic full-time career or have a great part-time job, your talents will be valued and respected. 

There is plenty of opportunity to grow in this position. You can complete additional training to become a Certified Sales Associate, and learn to forecast and order product using our state-of-the-art Retail Information System.

Getting There 
We believe great training is the foundation for exceptional performance. Your training is specifically designed to give you the skills necessary to be successful at each level. To complete the 7-Eleven total rewards package, learning and development opportunities are available through a well-defined career path, giving you more ways to advance through the company.

Responsibilities

What Will You Do?

Provide prompt, efficient and courteous customer service
Maintain a clean, customer friendly environment in the store
Ring customer sales on an electronic cash register
Receive cash from customers and give correct change
Perform all regular cleaning activities and other tasks that are included on job assignments 
Forecast, order and stock merchandise 
Qualifications

Are You Ready?  
The Sales Associate position requires the following:

High school diploma or equivalent preferred
Must be able to communicate clearly and effectively with customers and coworkers 
Desire to be part of a performance-driven team

Physical Requirements

The Sales Associate position requires constant standing, bending and reaching. Frequent lifting of one to five pounds and occasional lifting of up to 40-50 pounds are required.

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