Meat Wrapper

Location
Co-op Wide
Type
Full Time, 32-40 hours/week
Compensation
$14.50+/hour, depending on experience

Overview

Meat Wrappers wrap and display all fresh cut meat and seafood products while ensuring accurate weighing and labeling and providing excellent customer service.

Main Job Responsibilities

  • Provides excellent, professional customer service
  • Wraps and displays all fresh cut meat and seafood products
  • Ensures accurate weighing and labeling of all fresh cut, prepackaged and frozen meat and seafood products
  • Displays and rotates products according to PCC standards
  • Maintains proper signage, pricing and labeling
  • Demonstrates good organizational skills
  • Ensures department sanitation, cleanliness and safety standards are met
  • Assists meat department coordinator and meat department staff as needed
  • May place orders as directed
  • Handling equipment including hand wrapping station, automatic wrapping station, pricing and labeling scales

Qualifications and Skills

  • Proven ability to provide excellent, professional customer service
  • Able to identify cuts of meat, fish and poultry
  • Previous experience in meat wrapping and handling preferred but willing to train
  • Demonstrates good organizational skills
  • Basic reading and math skills in order to understand and follow recipes
  • Must have initiative and be dependable
  • Must be available to work a variety of shifts including weekends
  • Must be able to meet physical demands including constant walking, squatting, standing, bending, twisting, reaching over-and-under, repetitive motion and lifting up to 60lbs. regularly
  • 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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