• Night Crew

    Location
    West Seattle
    Type
    Full Time, 32-40 hours/week
    Compensation
    $16.00+/hour, depending on experience + night differential
  • Overview

    Night Crew Clerks stock, face and rotate all grocery, dairy, frozen and bulk products. They unload incoming pallets of nightly deliveries. They maintain organization of back stock. When assigned, they place orders for Grocery Department items.

    Main Job Responsibilities

    • Stocks and rotates all grocery, dairy, frozen and bulk products
    • Stocks and faces grocery displays with attention to quantity, quality, timeliness, appearance of displays, and the merchandising plan
    • Faces grocery, dairy and freezer aisles
    • Maintains organization and order of back-stock products
    • Unloads incoming pallets of grocery, dairy and frozen products
    • Handles price change and signage
    • Operates all equipment in accordance with PCC standards
    • When assigned, places Grocery Department orders
    • Identifies products to be returned to supplier
    • Ensures department sanitation, cleanliness, and safety standards are met
    • Maintains department cleanliness and organization
    • Provides excellent, professional customer service when needed

    Qualifications and Skills

    • Demonstrated organizational and time management skills
    • Available to work the overnight shift, including weekends
    • Must be dependable, have excellent organizational skills, accuracy, and attention to detail 
    • Must have excellent communication skills
    • Must be able to meet physical demands including standing, bending, twisting, repetitive motion, and lifting 10-40lbs on a regular basis
    • Must be at least 18 years of age

    Behaviors and Competencies

    PCC is a company where culture and values are at the heart of who we are and what we do. Everyone at PCC is expected to:

    • Collaborate
    • Demonstrate Kindness
    • Focus on the customer
    • Instill trust
    • Value diversity

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