Cosentino's Overnight Stocker in Lee's Summit, Missouri
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September 14, 2021
937 NE Woods Chapel Rd
Lee's Summit, MO, 64064, US
Position Objective: To assist customers in their shopping experience by properly stocking shelves and displays in the most efficient, friendly, and courteous manner possible.
Reporting Structure: This position formally reports to the Night Manager.
Status: This is a non-exempt position.
The following is a list of any certifications, formal education, or training requirements for this position.
§ Completion of ongoing training and development as listed on the Cosentino Learning Plan.
§ A high school diploma or equivalent is preferred.
The following is a list of the basic skill requirements for this position.
Essential Job Functions
§ Know and implement theCosentino Customer Service Standards.
§ Quickly unload and sort incoming shipments and neatly stock them in their designated areas without damaging merchandise.
§ Keep back room and cooler/freezer areas neat and ready for new deliveries.
§ Quickly and neatly stock grocery shelves by matching item UPCs codes to shelf tags and using the “face front” display method.
§ Support the inventory process by accurately counting and recording merchandise.
§ Monitor products for any damaged, un-saleable, or returnable products that should be removed and follow proper procedures for damage claims.
§ Able to operate, clean and maintain all equipment safely and competently.
§ Meet or exceed productivity standards to produce desired team and individual results.
§ Monitor all expiration dates and ensure that ad items are properly rotated.
§ Actively work to keep your work area and your department is clean and safe for customers and coworkers.
§ Know, comply with, and encourage other team members to comply with all health regulations, sanitation guidelines and safety procedures for your department and your store.
§ Demonstrates the strong verbal and interpersonal skills necessary for positive customer and peer interactions.
§ Demonstrates the basic math and reading skills required for the position.
Non-Essential Job Functions
§ Know your department items, procedures and policies so that you can accurately and courteously answer customer questions.
§ Resolve customer complaints in a professional manner and recognize when it is appropriate to involve a member of the store management team.
§ Support your company by completing additional tasks identified by management, assisting other stores or departments as needed and gaining new skills when necessary.
The following physical movements could potentially be part of any scheduled shift and employees will be expected to perform these actions while on duty.
§ Reaching overhead with both arms up to a maximum of 84 inches, twisting at the waist and lifting objects with both hands weighing up to 50 lbs.
§ Pushing and pulling loaded grocery carts and pallet jacks up to a peak force of 70 lbs.
§ Standing and walking for long periods of time on tile, asphalt, concrete or other hard surfaces.
§ Frequently lifting and carrying up to 75 lbs.
§ Bending and squatting, at times all the way to floor level.
§ Able to work in colder conditions of the grocery coolers and freezers.
§ Climbing a ladder, possibly up to 15ft.
The following is a list of overall competencies identified for this role. This profile is based on the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities for the position.
§ Meets or exceeds the service expectations of internal and external customers.
§ Accepts customer feedback and uses it to make improvements in products and services.
§ Decisions, actions and behaviors reflect a priority on the customer’s needs.
§ Interactions with customers are courteous, respectful, and follow theCosentino Customer Service Standards.
Integrity and Trust
§ Behaviors demonstrate a direct, truthful manner that portrays trustworthiness in all professional interactions.
§ Presents the unvarnished truth while still maintaining a courteous, polite demeanor.
§ Respects the privacy of others and avoids gossiping behaviors that break down working relationships and deteriorate trust.
§ Admits mistakes, avoids blame-shifting, and is accountable for actions in the workplace.
§ Relates well to all kinds of people.
§ Builds rapport with customers and coworkers while still demonstrating appropriate professional boundaries.
§ Maintains constructive and effective relationships with peers and customers.
§ Uses diplomacy and tact to diffuse even high-tension situations comfortably.
§ Effectively resolves conflicts or other difficult interpersonal circumstances in the workplace by using appropriate means and resources.
Adaptable Learning Style
§ Learns quickly when faced with new procedures, problems or other changes.
§ Open and adaptable to changes in the workplace.
§ Learns from both successes and failures in the learning process in order to keep developing in the workplace.
§ Quickly considers all angles of a situation to identify solutions and problem-solve challenges.
§ Eager and willing to tackle tasks and projects that require learning new skill sets or gaining advanced knowledge.
§ Looks for new opportunities to develop professionally and keep skills and knowledge fresh.
§ Known as the type of person to “step up to the plate” to get things done.
§ Responds to tasks, projects or requests with a sense of urgency.
§ Shows the follow through and drive to complete projects or tasks even when challenges or unforeseen obstacles are presented.
§ Demonstrates an eager and willing attitude when asked to participate in new projects or tasks.
§ Able to anticipate problem areas and possible solutions for improvement.
§ Functions well as part of a team, but can also act independently when necessary to “get the job done”.
§ Demonstrates required skills in a manner that produces desired results.
§ Follows company policy and procedures in order to achieve maximum results.