Customer Service Assistants – Bucksburn Branch (0034)

  • Business: Scotmid Retail
  • Location: Bucksburn
  • Hours: 15 & 20 available
  • Date posted: 06/12/2018
  • Closing date: 23/12/2018

About this role

Customer Service Assistant

Scotmid’s aim is to be Scotland’s preferred community convenience retailer and a key factor in achieving this is through our people.

A great opportunity has arisen for the position of customer service assistant in our Bucksburn branch.

A role with our team requires an individual with customer service skills, enthusiasm and excellent communication skills.

The customer service assistants are required to:

  • Be aware of promotions, offers, and incentives
  • Operate tills and actively sell to our customers
  • Ensure the best possible level of customer service is consistently delivered
  • Support the management team to ensure that the highest standards of merchandising and display of goods are maintained
  • Replenishing stock
  • Maintain standard of cleanliness and presentation throughout the store
  • Adheres to both Society and legal procedures for the sale of age restricted products

Training will be provided but experience in a sales or retail environment is desirable along with knowledge of food hygiene

All working arrangements are flexible and subject to alteration in order to suit the needs and requirements of the business.

When becoming a member of our team you will enjoy a range of benefits including staff discount on our brands Scotmid, Semichem and Scotmid Funeral Directors.

Rate of pay: up to £7.83 per hour

Apply direct to the Store Manager by calling into store for further information and an application form.

Store Address: 8-10 Sclattie Park, Bucksburn, Aberdeen AB21 9QR

Job Reference: CSA/R2/0034/15

The closing date advertised is the latest date that this vacancy will close. If we reach the maximum amount of applicants this vacancy may close before the advertised date.

Step Two

  • Apply now

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