Cart Attendant / Janitorial Associate

Wal-Mart Kerman , CA 93630

Posted 5 months ago

We are looking for people who take pride in their work to join our team. You help shape a customer's entire shopping experience by giving them a positive first and last impression.

In this dual role, you are responsible for ensuring customers see a well-kept parking lot, clean restrooms, and clean floors. This means you are constantly on your feet and on the go. Rain or shine, sleet or snow, our customers count on you.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Ensure customers have a great first and last impression

  • Gather carts from the parking lot

  • Operate equipment to move carts from the parking lot to inside the store

  • Clean restrooms, sales floor, and parking lot as needed

  • Have a positive attitude in all weather conditions


About Walmart

At Walmart, we help people save money so they can live better. This mission serves as the foundation for every decision we make, from responsible sourcing to sustainabilityand everything in between. As a Walmart associate, you will play an integral role in shaping the future of retail, tech, merchandising, finance and hundreds of other industriesall while affecting the lives of millions of customers all over the world. Here, your work makes an impact every day. What are you waiting for?

All the benefits you need for you and your family

  • Multiple health plan options

  • Vision & dental plans for you & dependents

  • Associate discounts in-store and online

  • Financial benefits including 401(k), stock purchase plans and more

  • Education assistance for Associate and dependents

Frequently asked questions

  • On average, how long does it take to fill out an application?

On average, it takes 45-60 minutes to complete your application for the first time. Subsequent applications will take less time to apply as our system saves some of your application information. Please note that some positions require the completion of assessments in order to receive consideration for that role. Those would take additional time.

  • Can I change my application after submitting?

No, you cannot change your application after submitting, so please make sure that everything is finalized before you hit the submit button.

  • How do you protect my personal information?

Processing of information on paper is minimal, and Walmart processes application information using an applicant tracking system (ATS). Access to the data within the ATS is restricted to authorized personnel, and the system itself is held to high security standards by Walmart.

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Cart Attendant / Janitorial Associate