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Office Depot, Inc

Merchandising Stock Associate

Office Depot, Inc - Anchorage, AK

At Office Depot and Office Max, our Merchandising Stock Associate ensures freight is processed efficiently to maximize product service levels and is responsible for providing an exceptional in-store customer service experience by assisting customers, as needed. Following the established sorting and stocking guidelines, the Merchandising Stock Associate must complete the freight process within the designated time, and ensure the freight sorting area is organized and matches the approved blue print. The Merchandising Stock Associate processes inventory, and proactively investigates and corrects any issues or discrepancies. The Merchandising Stock Associate is required, at times, to assist customers, utilizing the proven Office Depot and Office Max s Selling Program, if sales associates are not available. The Merchandising Stock Associate is also responsible for additional merchandising tasks, as directed by the Leader on duty. T:\COMP\Job Evaluations & Descriptions\1. Job Descriptions\Retail Store Portal 2017 JD\02.16.17\JC006192_Merchandising Stock Associate_011615_OPS_01.24.16.docx Page 3 of 5 Primary/Key Responsibilities List three to ten (3-10) statements that describe the major activities/essential functions for which this job is held accountable and rank the primary responsibilities in order from most important to least important. Please indicate the percent of time that will be spent on each responsibility (1% is the smallest time commitment and 100% is the largest time commitment). All percentages must add up to 100% in total. Each primary responsibility statement should be one to three sentences in length. ? Primary Responsibility: Percent of Time Spent on Task (1-100%) 1. Follows the established sorting and stocking guidelines and completes freight processes during the designated time. Ensures freight sorting area is organized and setup in accordance with guidelines. Maintains the backroom to match the approved blue print. 40% 2. Scans, investigates and fills inventory lows and retail outs daily before Depot Time. Investigates and corrects negative on-hands and missed system outs once per week. Proactively updates results of the freight process on the Performance Board daily. 25% 3. Performs merchandise-related tasks as directed by the manager on duty, including ensuring merchandise presentation guidelines are met, including completion of all EBW (Ends, Bulks and Wings), Planogram changes and pricing updates. 10% 4. Assists customer when sales associates are not available to ensure a positive customer experience. Utilizes and understands the Office Depot selling program to assist customers in selecting the right products and services for their needs, as required. 8% 5. As directed by Manager on Duty, sets the weekly ads, including any price changes and signage that is required. Monitors, updates and changes store signing and POP materials. 7% 6. Ensures compliance with company policies, procedures and practices; and supports company loss prevention efforts. 2% 7. Performs daily and weekly cleaning and maintenance duties, such as sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, dusting as required. 3% 8. Performs other duties as assigned by the Store Manager on duty. 5%

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Merchandising Stock Associate Office Depot, Inc - Anchorage, AK, United States

   

Location: Anchorage, AK

Company Profile:
Office Depot, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, supplies office products and services. The company’s North American Retail division sells an assortment of merchandise, including office supplies, technology products and solutions, business machines and related supplies, facilities products, and office furniture under various brands through its chain of office supply stores. Its North American Business Solutions division sells branded office supplies, technology products, cleaning and breakroom supplies, office furniture, services, and other solutions, as well as copy and print services to small, medium, and large-sized businesses through a sales force, catalogs, telesales, Internet sites, and limited store locations. The company’s International division sells office products and services through direct mail catalogs, contract sales forces, Internet sites, and retail stores using company-owned operations, joint ventures, licensing and franchise agreements, alliances, and other arrangements. This division also participates under licensing and merchandise arrangements in South Korea, Israel, the Dominican Republic, and the Middle East. It offers its products under various labels, including Office Depot, OfficeMax, Viking Office Products, Foray, Ativa, Grand & Toy, TUL, and DiVOGA. As of February 25, 2014, the company operated 2,200 retail stores in 57 countries. Office Depot, Inc. was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida.