The Fuel Center Clerks' main responsibility is to provide customer service in the fuel center, operate point of sale equipment and accomplish daily cleaning.
Wait on and greet customers promptly and cheerfully, while providing great service.
Be calm, courteous, and professional in all interactions.
Make a friendly impression on customers.
Operate fuel center register and handle transactions in a quick and efficient manner.
Continuously monitor customers' fueling practices at multiple positions to ensure safety of operations.
Perform general cleaning both at the dispensers and the kiosk including the use of oil absorbent on the concrete of the fuel center, emptying of trash containers and picking up the parking area surrounding the fuel center, filling of windshield washer buckets, paper towels, and any other supplies, and changing of messages on street sign as instructed by store manager.
Maintain equipment and facilities properly and safely in accordance with company policies and procedures.
Adhere to company policies and procedures, as well as State and Federal laws.
Secondary Job Duties:
Assist customers with price checks.
Notify management of associate theft, customer shoplifting, unathorized markdowns and property defacement.
Present favorable impression in dress, personal hygiene and business attitude.
Other duties assigned by management.
Prefer a minimum of High School diploma or GED equivalent.
Ability to work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment.
Experience in retail grocery and customer service.
Experience in operating a cash register and making change.
Never- 0%, Occasionally- 1-33%, Frequently- 34-66%, Continuously- 67-100%
Occasionally- Sitting, talking, climbing up to 6 foot height, and smelling.
Frequently- Walking on tile/concrete, carrying up to 10 lbs., pushing and pulling up to 25 lbs., lifting up to 10 lbs., balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, manual dexterity, and reaching waist/overhead level.
Continuously- Standing on tile/concrete, reaching waist/overhead level, seeing, and hearing.
Safety Risk Factors:
Occasionally-Loud noise, slippery or cluttered floor surface, contact with sharp objects, contact with skin irritant, toxic exposure (see Material Safety Data Sheets), nuisance dust, fumes, sprays, and hazardous cleaning solutions.
Frequently-Twisting of back and neck and hazardous equipment.
Varied, irregular schedules.
Working environment involves inside, outside, cold, heat, and wet/humidity.