Summary: Position is responsible to respond to customers, assist other staff, stock/rotate stock
Stocker activities: 85-94 percent of time
Assists customers
Stocks merchandise
Faces merchandise in the store
Answers calls for price checks
Cuts open boxes with a box cutter
Loads carts with stock for the store floor
Operates baler
Operates trash compactor
Other activities: 10-15 percent of time
Climbs ladders/stair tower to reach stock
Checks doors for security
Checks floors for cleanliness
Builds displays
Orders merchandise
Operates lift
Physical Requirements:
Walking with standing is required for entire shift (not including breaks)
Push and pulling carts with product is required approximately 30% during the shift
Bending is required approximately 15% to 35% of the shift to reach merchandise from carts and to stock shelves
Crouching or kneeling is required approximately 35% of the shift to stock and face merchandise in the store
Normal physical strength to handle up to 18-pound object, frequently. 20-30 lbs is lifted 3-4 during shift -- some items weigh up to 50-60 lbs, this is handled occasionally. Pushing full milk bossy (on wheels) weighting up to 800 lbs (dairy department only)
Normal coordination, including eye-hand, hand-foot
Above average endurance
Normal dexterity of hands and fingers with average repetition
Average coordination, including eye-hand
Site with ability to distinguish color; perception of sound is required
Knowledge Requirements:
A positive customer service 2 & pleasant personality, effective memory skills, good hand eye coordination, dependability, ability to follow directions & a strong willingness to learn.
Mental effort
Average concentration/intensity
Above average memory, taking into consideration the amount of merchandise
Average time pressure of decision making
Normal verbal communication
Normal written communication
Normal nonverbal communication
Must be 18 years of age or older
Average Hours Per Week: 20 to 39 hours per week
Hours Employee Must Be Available: 6 a.m. & 12 a.m., Monday thru Sunday
Work environment: Normal exposure to weather and temperature extremes

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