Responsibilities include but not limited to Opening shift= cull the floor, scan production as culling, also bake and proof breakfast items. Then do the bread bake as what is needed for the floor. Bag, label and place items on floor for customers.
Pan up for the next days bake.
Donut shift=Make donuts fill , dip etc.. Place in bulk case, fill with bagels and muffin's, make 4 packs of muffins , place icing on Danish , cinnamon buns, package, label and place on floor.
Bag baked goods the baker baked, label and put out on the floor.
Check the floor for product that needs to be put out and retrieve from the freezer, label and price product and place on the floor.
Keep an eye on the bulk case to make sure the levels are at standard levels, pull, thaw, bake and fill bulk case. Pan up for the next day bake.
Cake shift= Put away all cleaned tools. Check orders for the day and next morning. Check cake case and make list of what is needed. Go to freezer retrieve items and assemble product per standard, place in packaging ,label and place in case.
Closing shift= Finish Bagging what Bread has not been bagged yet. Ask to see what needs to be done next. Sometimes it's freight, check bulk case and or pan up for the next days bake of muffins, breakfast items, crusty breads. Wash the days pans and place on rack to dry. Keep the floor looking good all night. sweep and wash the floor.
Responsibilities include but not limited to assisting associates, customers and the Manager in anything that is needed. Cashiering, training etc.. Make schedules for all associates in the department. Write up documents for praise and or reprimand.
Bookkeeping=Run reports of previous sales. Place all tills in cash drawers with opening shift leader. Count all previous sales and post in computer. Set up all tills for the next day. Post all figures in computer and post total sales on communication board. Make bank deposits up and put in computer. Order money from bank and stamps from post office. Receive monies from Brinks, count and put in safe.
Learn all aspects of customer service. Cashiering, retrieve carts, bagging.
Lead from the front of the registers to help customers and associate's.
Keeping our customers experience at the highest priority.
Audit tills in between associates for accuracy and accountability.
Train as needed for the best service possible.
Learn Store during remodel. Help and direct customers to find products they are in need of.
Stock shelves as needed by shipments. Cut in new products in the appropriate shelves and make shelf labels for product.
set up end caps per planogram. Fork lift and pallet jack trained. Take direction from management as to what they may need done. Advised other associates of what needed to be done. Keep back room neat and clean.
Keep all shelves stocked and rotated by date per customer planogram.
keep area provided by retailer neat and organized by product and date.
Keep track of hours and cases, submitting them by computer weekly.
Seasonal Help=Help Driver deliver all packages on truck. Deliver to residential and businesses, logging packages and getting signatures when needed from customers.
I did this 3 years in a row.
I started out as warehouse help, then with in a week they had me in the office working. learned the computer system.
I advanced from there form putting RV parts away to placing local orders.
Then advanced to buyer, buying RV parts for all Low level RV's.. Making PO's for orders.
Then advanced to Senior Buyer in Crown Club, this included but not limited to taking orders from techs , supervisors and salesman.
My Husband opened a new auto repair shop. I would help him do everything and anything that he needed help with but not limited to write checks, make bank deposit, order parts, do repairs on cars.
Started as cook/cashier.
Then after two weeks I was advanced to opening shift leader. This consisted of opening the store, turning on all ovens, stoves and fryers. Start cooking all breakfast items for customers. Temp all foods to ensure standards are met.
Started out as a Delivery driver to all locations needed.
Advanced to pulling stock orders for large repair shops. Inventory control by making sure products get returned to the warehouse and or vendors.
Then advanced to driver dispatch, dispatching up to 6 delivery drivers.
I started out as seasonal help loading and unloading tractor trailers.
The offered me a job after the seasonal help ended.
I advanced from trailer loader/unloader to loader of the delivery trucks.
After two years I then advanced to preload supervisor.
I was responsible for employee certifications and recertification, train loading trucks per the drives delivery routes. Update load charts for the loaders.
Keep managers updated on loads and counts.
At one time I had 12 employees under me.
Labeled and boxed marking crayons for customers orders.
Mix paints for shoes to make paste and sprays for customers.
Started as p/t cashier on weekends and after school. Then advanced to cook.
Then was asked to start working nights. I ended up working 40 hrs. a week and going to High School.
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