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Safeway, Inc.

PIC /Enumclaw, Wa / Store 0494

Safeway, Inc. - Enumclaw, WA

Person in Charge: PIC Provides superior customer service. Assists the Store Manager and Assistant Manager in supervising all store personnel in accordance with company policies and standards. Responsible for the overall operations of the store in the Managers absence. Appropriately handling emergencies and customer complaints. Performs cashier duties and other duties as required. QUALIFICATIONS: * Must be able to work flexible hours (am/pm shifts) * Must be enthusiastic and a self-starter * Must possess strong customer service qualities * No Disciplinary actions within 6 months DUTIES INCLUDE: * Responsible for resolving all customer concerns that deal with the front-end * Monitor and track customer flow and to anticipate checkstand staffing requirements * Must have knowledge of register functions and store procedures * Responsible for Mentor programs to ensure all new or transferred employees receive adequate Superior Service training * Coach, train and counsel all front-end employees regarding productivity and Superior Customer Service * Must be visible and accessible to customers at all times * Monitor the cleanliness and sanitation of the front entrance, checkstands, and public restrooms * Managing the delivery of Superior Service, checkstand productivity, courtesy clerk service and all aspects associated with Front-End operation An employee file check will be conducted. SALARY: TBD
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25 days 5 hours ago

Safeway, Inc.


PIC /Enumclaw, Wa / Store 0494 Safeway, Inc. - Enumclaw, WA, United States


Location: Enumclaw, WA

Company Profile:
In 1915, M.B. Skaggs, an ambitious young man in the small Idaho town of American Falls, purchased a tiny grocery store from his father. M.B.'s business strategy, to give his customers value and to expand by keeping a narrow profit margin, proved spectacularly successful. By 1926 he was opening 428 Skaggs stores in 10 states. M.B. almost doubled the size of his business that year when he merged his company with 322 Safeway (formerly Selig) stores and incorporated as Safeway, Inc. Two years later M.B. listed Safeway on the New York Stock Exchange. M.B. did not let the difficulties of the Great Depression dilute his pioneering focus on value for customers. In the 1930s Safeway introduced produce pricing by the pound, adding “sell by” dates on perishables to assure freshness, nutritional labeling, even some of the first parking lots.