Salesclerk: Electronics & Housewares

Bi-Mart Corporation Oregon City , OR 97045

Posted 3 weeks ago

About Bi-Mart Corporation

We've been a part of the Northwest for over 65 years. Bi-Mart stores are convenient, easy to shop and offer real values every day on name brand products. Whether it's the everyday shopping list, a home improvement project, automotive maintenance or outfitting for the great outdoors, you'll find it and more at your local Bi-Mart.

We're part of the neighborhood, and we've served generations of Northwest families with honest values that your family can count on. We also have a long history of giving back to the communities we serve by supporting charitable organizations and worthy causes. Our goal has always been to create more value for our members in our stores and in their communities.

Why work for Bi-Mart

  • Employee owned

  • Growing company

  • Great work life balance

  • Community involvement

  • Great work environment

  • We love our customers!

About the Store Team

The Store Team is responsible for in achieving and maintaining a level of customer satisfaction and friendliness, which exceeds that found in competing retail environments..

About the Position

We are looking for an organized and hardworking Electronics & Housewares clerk to join Bi-Mart. This position assists in merchandising, presentation and cleanliness of respective departments. Responds proactively to customer's needs and ensures outstanding customer satisfaction. Good people skills a must. And proven ability to work as a team with management, area coordinators, and coworkers.

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Salesclerk: Electronics & Housewares

Bi-Mart Corporation