Natural Foods Clerk

Kroger Fairbanks , AK 99701

Posted 2 months ago

Company Name: Fred Meyer

Position Type: Employee

FLSA Status: Non-exempt

Position Summary:

Assist customers, sell Natural Foods products, and process special orders. Role model and demonstrate the Company's core values of respect, honesty, integrity, diversity, inclusion and safety of self and others.

Fred Meyer also requires that all associates perform all tasks in a safe manner consistent with corporate policies and state and federal laws.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Model "Customer 1st" behavior; deliver and encourage other associates to deliver excellent customer service

  • Process freight orders and price changes within Natural Foods department

  • Maintain in-stocks (shelf and bulk)

  • Process handwritten and special orders

  • Recover Natural Foods department

  • Receive and stock freight

  • Set ads and temporary price reductions

  • Perform file maintenance duties

  • Maintain dairy case

  • Comply with corporate policies

  • Promote and follow Company initiatives

  • Comply with all safety guidelines and standards

  • Cross merchandise with appropriate departments

  • Answer telephones


  • Perform cashier functions, including open/close register, scan and bag merchandise, complete/tender transactions, make money drops, maintain balanced cash box

  • Complete file maintenance log for price discrepancies

  • Maintain knowledge of produce codes

  • Call for item verification and return assistance

  • Maintain adequate check stand supplies

  • Maintain cleanliness of checkstand area to housekeeping standards

  • Must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodation

Minimum Position Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or combination of relevant education and experience.

  • Minimum 18 years of age/19 in Idaho/19 years in Alaska if selling tobacoo

  • Ability to pass drug test

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment

  • Ability to work weekends on a regular basis and overtime as needed

  • Accuracy/attention to detail

  • Any licenses or certificates required by federal and/or state

Desired Previous Job Experience:

  • Knowledge of Fred Meyer policies, procedures, and organizational structure

  • Related retail experience

Education Level: None

Required Certifications/Licenses: None

Position Type: Part-Time

Shift(s): Evening; Day; Overnight

Regions: West

States: Alaska


Jobs at Fred Meyer: Based in Portland, Oregon with over 130 stores throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho & Alaska, Fred Meyer offers one-stop shopping with store employment opportunities in apparel, home, food, pharmacy and home electronics as well as opportunities in our division office in merchandise and product development, store operations, customer communications, public affairs, food and pharmacy. We are always searching for individuals who share our passion for service, leadership, honesty and diversity. Whether you like working with people, numbers or ideas, you can find a home at Fred Meyer. And with stores and offices across the Pacific Northwest, we have opportunities for talented individuals if you prefer to be closer to the mountains, ocean, or city.

Company Overview:Kroger Family of Companies employs nearly half a million associates who serve over 11 million customers daily through a seamless shopping experience under a variety of banner names. At The Kroger Co., we are Fresh for Everyone and dedicated to our Purpose: To Feed the Human Spirit. We are committed to creating #ZeroHungerZeroWaste communities by 2025. Careers with The Kroger Co. and our family of companies offer competitive wages, flexible schedules, benefits and room for advancement.

Posting Notes: AK || Fairbanks || 930 Old Steese Hwy || 99701 || Fred Meyer || [[mfield2]] || Customer Service; Store Operations || Employee || Non-Exempt || Part-Time || None

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Natural Foods Clerk