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HIRING: FoodTown New Location Opening - Supermarket

Submitted by dnazar on June 14, 2018 at 11:24am.
Get Healthy Heights

For 63 years, the Foodtown banner has proudly served the communities of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Our mission is to be the best grocery retailer in our market by: Delivering the FRESHEST quality products! Providing the FRIENDLIEST service! Position:

 

 

Store Associates

Wage: $13.50

Hours a week: 30-40 Hours

Store Sales Associates Responsibilities and Requirements:

Qualifications/Experience: Minimum of 6 months to year of related work experience is required. (customer service & previous supermarket experience is a plus)

RESPONSIBILITIES: · Drive company sales growth through teamwork and customer service. · Supporting the team by maintaining communication and keeping work space organized.

· Build relationships with customers by following up on purchases, suggesting additional merchandise and inviting them to return. ·

Other job-related activities as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: · Ability to build customer relationships and deliver exceptional service.

· Ability to learn new procedures, processes and product knowledge.

· Excellent team player with ability to work independently.

· Previous cash-handling and POS experience preferred.

Very Important - Some Notes from the employer: o Individuals hired will have a paid (12) day training leading up to the NLO.

o Employer will conduct a background check

o 2nd interview – qualified candidates for a one-on-one interview at their location

o Candidate will complete paper application during 2nd interview at the store

Please contact Diana Nazar - dnazar@edsisolutions.com or visit the Washington Heights Workforce1 Career Center, 516 W. 181st Street, 58th Floor, NY NY 10033.

Recruitment Check-in Times:

6/18 10AM or 1PM

6/19 10AM to 12:30PM

6/20 10AM or 1PM

6/21 10AM to 12:30PM

Please let front desk know you learned about the opportunity on the Get Healthy Heights site.

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