I am an organized, highly-motivated Meat Manager with seven years experience in a grocery store. In my management career, I have become proficient at meeting key performance indicator goals (gross profit, net profit, customer increase, items per labor hour, and supply cost), scheduling, handling complaints and conflicts (both associate and customer), meeting high standards as set by my employer, managing shrink, setting the standard for safety and quality production, and ensuring a fun and exciting work environment.
I made it to meat manager with Publix within four years of being in the Meat department. I am a Certified Food Safety Manager.
I am responsible for all aspects of the Meat and Seafood department at my store. The bus stops here. My daily responsibilities include, scheduling, ordering, safety, customer service, handling conflict, meeting goals as set by corporate, merchandising, inventory control, shrink management, managing production, and maintaining the highest levels of sanitation and food safety.
My responsibilities included assisting my Manager in all aspects of department operations, which were the same as for my previous experience listing as meat manager. I was well rounded enough to get us through Thanksgiving and Christmas of 2010 as a new promote, with my manager minimally present due to chemotherapy.
I was responsible for cutting and merchandising the meat case, as well as sanitation of the meat cases and department, back room/cooler organization, performing counts, getting the department ready for inventory, and providing excellent customer service.
I was responsible for the merchandising of the seafood case, providing customer service, ordering product, maintaining sanitation and food safety standards, filling out a weekly operating report, doing inventory counts, and other tasks as directed by my meat manager.
I was responsible for all of the duties of the seafood specialist, I just was not job classed as such.
I was responsible for performing counts, throwing truck, immediately addressing out of stocks, providing customer service, cleaning shelves, running floor machines, ordering my own aisles and managing my back stock. I am capable of 60+ cases per hour.
I broke my back playing college football. After breaking my back, I failed out of school due to absences. It was then that I moved to TN and started working for Publix.
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