Taylor Pharmacy located in Gimli, MB is currently accepting resumes for a part-time Sales Clerk position. This position will work 30 hours per week. The usual shifts will be Tuesday to Saturday from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

The Sales Clerk associate is responsible for various Front Store duties such as handling customer transactions and merchandising of products. The successful candidate must be able to handle cash with accuracy. This position will contain job variety and the successful candidate will work at the cash register as well as stock shelves and keep the aisles tidy.

–Develop a clear understanding of store policies.
–Read the Employee’s Manual.
–Ask questions if in doubt regarding policies and/or procedures.
–Follow correct procedures regarding floats and cash balancing as per store policy.
–Follow correct cash procedures as outlined in the Employee’s Manual. Follow store policy regarding cheques, credit cards, refunds, voids, and rainchecks.
–Accurately record and handle all transactions with minimal voids, overages, or shortages.
–Be knowledgeable regarding sale prices and products featured in sales.
–Request a cash pick-up when large sums of money are accumulated.
–Anticipate requirements for change before running out.
–Courteously, quickly, and efficiently handle customer purchases. Call for additional help when a line-up or delay occurs.
–Handle lottery and CBO tickets as per store procedures.
–Handle telephone inquiries quickly and courteously. Avoid keeping in-store customers waiting.
–Return shopping carts and baskets to their proper place, ensuring an adequate supply for customers.


–Some cashiering or retail experience is preferred.
–Professional image including a name tag and proper grooming.
–Ability to communicate clearly and courteously with customers.
–Mature and cooperative attitude.
–Due to the sensitive nature of this position, the successful candidate will be required to complete a Criminal Record Check.


50 Centre Street,
Gimli, ON

Job type: Part-time

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