Cashier jobs at Redner’s Markets in Pottstown, PA, provide younger workers an entry point into the job market and give older adults the flexibility and learning opportunities they desire. We’re constantly on the lookout for applicants with a strong work ethic and integrity to add to our team.
Why Work as a Cashier
Working in a cashier role offers a variety of advantages, namely flexibility and the opportunity to build a foundation of job skills. Whether you’re a high school or college student, a parent of small children, or even a retiree who’s not ready to sit down, we welcome you to apply. We offer opportunities for advancement within the company and help to further the education of our employees.
Cashiers can handle obligations that take priority over work – education, family, internships – while working part-time. Plus, a few prerequisites apply to cashier jobs. We ask that you can do simple math, behave courteously toward customers, and communicate clearly with co-workers.
Responsibilities of a Cashier
Cashiers process the transactions involved with purchases and returns of merchandise. Specifically, cashiers should be able to:
- Operate the cash register
- Perform mental math and count back change accurately
- Welcome customers
- Assist customers with answers to questions
- Maintain an appropriate workspace
- Bag purchases appropriately.
The number of places you can locate a cashier job is as numerous as retail spaces. Redner’s Markets is a particularly excellent choice of employment because of our opportunities, benefits, and environment.
Tailor Your Resume for Cashier Roles
As an entry-level position, the skills needed for cashier jobs are basic. You might think you lack information to put on a resume as an entry-level worker, but you’re mistaken. If you’ve performed community service, volunteered at a church or charity, or worked for people in your neighborhood, you have skills we value. Some of these qualities include interpersonal skills, punctuality, technological aptitude, communication, and organization.
Prior experience as a cashier should also be highlighted. It’s a definite advantage if you already know how to operate a cash register, have a history of handling money responsibly, and have experienced how challenging customer service can sometimes be.
Include a Cover Letter
Applying as a cashier might seem like a casual process that doesn’t require the formality of a cover letter since the position is entry-level, but shouldn’t you want to make the best impression?
Emphasize your skills, your adaptability, and your commitment to hard work. This extra step may make the difference between a follow-up interview and a pass on your application.
Benefits Available at Redner’s Markets
- Medical, dental, and vision coverage
- Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)
- 401(k) Plan
- Bonus Programs
- Incentive Programs
- Paid Holidays
- Disability Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Education Assistance Plan
The Daily Pay program is separate from the benefits package from Redner’s Markets. However, it does allow our employees to access their pay before the official payday by keeping a running tally of the time worked during the period, per gross and net. The privilege of being paid early does cost a small amount, and if employees do not use this benefit, it costs nothing.
Click here to apply for cashier jobs at Redner’s Markets in Pottstown, PA.