Cashier Resume Example

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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:
Professional Summary

Meticulous office assistant skilled at using computer applications to create exceptional communications, presentations and spreadsheets meeting diverse administrative needs. Dedicated to maximizing customer satisfaction and exceeding business objectives with organized approach and strong multitasking abilities.

  • Advanced clerical knowledge
  • Spreadsheet management
  • Multi-line phone proficiency
  • Employee training and development
  • Customer service-oriented
  • Database management
  • Data entry
  • Filing and data archiving
  • Flexible
Work History
Cashier, 04/2017 to 06/2018
KrystalLakeside, GA,

Being a cashier requires me to have the necessary skills to use technology including point of sales computers (cash registers, payment terminals and self checkout machines), work as part of a team, multitask to provide great customer service. My job requires me to multitask: I am timed on each transaction and am required to complete transactions accurately and efficiently while connecting with each guest by eye contact, an authentic smile and engaging in appropriate conversations while completing transactions accurately and efficiently and complying with all cash handling and safety related procedures, then acknowledging the next waiting guest as soon as they arrive in my lane. Routine duties include ringing up purchases and handling customer orders to make sure they're served quickly and efficiently, handling returns and refunds, working with deposit and withdrawals of large funds, answering calls, resolving guest concerns in a positive and helpful manner, assisting customers with their questions about products and merchandise, and stalking shelves.

  • Restocked, arranged and organized merchandise in front lanes to drive product sales.
  • Reconciled cash drawer at start and end of each shift, accounting for errors and resolving discrepancies.
  • Checked identification for proof-of-age and refusing alcohol and tobacco sales to underage customers.
  • Operated cash register for cash, check and credit card transactions with accuracy.
  • Helped customers complete purchases, locate items and join reward programs to promote loyalty, satisfaction and sales numbers.
  • Counted cash in register drawer at beginning and end of shift.
  • Processed POS transactions, including checks, cash and credit purchases or refunds.
Seasonal Clerk, 02/2018 to 07/2019
Albertsons CompaniesBoston, MA,

As a seasonal clerk, it is necessary to have strong office and computer application skills. The characteristics that are required of a Seasonal clerk include; diligence, following and listening to instructions, completing tasks before deadlines, customer service, and multitasking. Duties performed on a daily basis include: Mail; mail is done daily which involves receiving, opening, date stamping, sorting, and distributing mail to different units. Record Filing; Once forms and applications are processed, I then organize forms based on app type and file in proper folders in alphabetical order. Computer applications and Data Bases; Once I receive forms and applications, I then enter information from the applications into the database for records. For applications already in the system, I then update and add new information to existing records. I also enter forms into spreadsheets and other large databases as well. Proofreading; seasonal clerks proofread incoming applications which require reading, paying close attention to detail, and understanding documents. Maintain and operate office machinery; another duty that is required of me is to operate machinery such as phones, printers, and fax machines. As to performing clerical duties, we also assist our supervisors as directed which ranges from simple to difficult work that requires supervision.

  • Provided quality clerical support through data entry, document management, email correspondence and overseeing operation of office equipment.
  • Interacted with customers professionally by phone, email or in-person to provide information and direct to desired staff members.
  • Kept physical files and digitized records organized for easy updating and retrieval by authorized team members.
  • Provided clerical support Applicant Response employees by copying, faxing and filing documents.
  • Evaluated completeness, accuracy and integrity of Authorization Applications and Custodian of Record Applications.
  • Reviewed records, paperwork and orders for errors and resolved issues with minimal direction.
  • Assisted customers by answering questions and fulfilling requests.
  • Completed AAJC Migration project and work assignments ahead of tight deadlines by using time management skills and knowledge.
  • Maintained accurate and current alphanumeric filing system for optimal recordkeeping efficiency.
Office Assistant, 07/2019 to Current
Johns Hopkins UniversityBaltimore, MD,
  • As an Office Assistant, it is required of me to exercise excellent judgment, multitask, listen and follow to instructions, use customer service and computer skills, and to perform my duties with accuracy. As the Fi$Cal Specials Processor, it is required to have strong computer and organization skills. The Fi$Cal Specials Desk generates reports from the Fi$Cal database, once I receive the warrants from the reports, I then need to proofread every warrant against the reports generated for accuracy. Once I get the okay to release from accounting, I then release the warrants to the warrant release desk. I also perform other duties on a daily basis as well. Typical duties performed on a daily basis that are required of me include; assembling monthly payroll reports, disbursing pay warrants to different state agencies and departments, and working the helpdesk over the phone to assist payees and employers from different agencies regarding warrants which requires me to exercise my customer service and time management skills on a daily basis. When needed, I perform the Specials Desk; get warrants funded by accounting before releasing them in a timely manor, The Claims Processing Desk; receiving batches of claim schedules and stuffing vendor warrants with its correct remittance advice for mailing, and the Rush Desk; entering proper appropriations from claim schedules to a spreadsheet and sending it over to accounting for funding. Once the warrants are funded, the warrants then get released based on certain times.
  • Developed and maintained spreadsheets in Excel to track and chart information such as Fi$Cal warrants processed and Claim Schedule Appropriations.
  • Delivered expert clerical support by efficiently handling wide range of routine and special requirements.
  • Interacted with customers professionally by phone, email or in-person to provide information and direct to desired staff members.
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/2017
River City High School - West Sacramento, CA
Associate of Science: Business, Expected in 12/2021
Sacramento City College - Sacramento, CA
  • Coursework in management, business communications, accounting, computer applications, and computer science.

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School Attended
  • River City High School
  • Sacramento City College
Job Titles Held:
  • Cashier
  • Seasonal Clerk
  • Office Assistant
  • High School Diploma
  • Associate of Science