auxiliary shop assistant (shop worker/shelf filler)

auxiliary shop assistant (shop worker/shelf filler)

auxiliary shop assistant (shop worker/shelf filler):

Who are they and what do they do? The job of an auxiliary shop assistant is to carry out less demanding activities in shops and supermarkets.

What are the activities of the job? Handling original boxes, bags and other packages with tea, coffee, peanuts, potatoes, etc., opening them, dumping, sorting - filling the reservoirs of various machines and equipment (e.g. coffee roasting machines, dispensing machines, etc.) with the right quantity of goods or materials - sorting fruit and vegetables, removing rotten products and unwanted ingredients from other goods, e.g. coffee - cutting off unwanted parts of vegetables, e.g. from cabbages - filling food containers of various sorts - other auxiliary work during the sale of goods, refilling shelves in the shop auxiliary and preparatory catering work, e.g. washing dishes, cleaning and other manual work, incl. operation of kitchen machines - operation and adjustment of packaging lines, stamping lids and similar automated or semi-automated activities.

Where is it done and under what conditions? In shops, supermarkets, department stores and their warehouses. You will have to work with various food materials, including fat.

What tools/equipment do they use? Hand carts or trolleys, containers, knives, cutting and slicing equipment, cleaning agents, coffee grinders, kitchen machines, etc.

What do you need to succeed? You need vocational training or training on the job, reliability.


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