Utility Site Maintenance - Handy Mart Kitchen Handy Mart Kitchen #178

Refuel your career with Handy Mart Convenience Stores at our newest location, Handy Mart Kitchen! The Utility / Site Maintenance Associate is responsible for ensuring excellent customer service and promoting the ?Easy to Do Business With? philosophy of Handy Mart. He or she must work as a team player ensuring each shift contributes positively to our customer experience and profitability of the store. The Utility / Site Maintenance Associate is responsible for the proper and efficient operation to include the overall cleanliness of the facilities and equipment in the store.
Why choose us?
Locally owned and growing in Eastern North Carolina.
Paid Weekly!
Great benefits including, BCBS Health, Dental, Vision, 401(k) with Company Match, Life, Paid Time Off, and much more!
If you have a great attitude and love working in a fast paced customer service environment that provides job growth opportunities, then check us out. Working with Handy Mart is not just a job, it can be a career. More than 80% of our Managers are promoted from within.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Provides prompt and courteous service to all customers on the sales floor.
Responsible for regular deep cleaning of the facility including the food service area, sales floor, restrooms, and outside areas.
Performs specified maintenance and cleaning procedures on equipment.
Helps ensure the food service area meets Company and health department standards.
Performs regular assessments of the store appearance to address areas in need to maximize customer appeal.
Assists with overall stocking of shelves and coolers.
Assists in other areas of the store as needed or assigned.
Performs other duties as needed or assigned by the manager on duty.

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