The work of a cashier working at Dollar Tree is quite straightforward, if not too simple.
Stationed at any Dollar Store outlet, you will be required to provide exceptional customer service while performing cashiering and merchandising display work.
Working at this position will require you to possess a high school diploma at the very least – a GED equivalent is good enough as well.
As a cashier at Dollar Tree, you will need to possess great customer service skills – since you will be working for a Fortune 500 company, it is important that you project a good image of the company and its services.
Mostly, cashiers working at Dollar Tree double up as sales representatives – usually as part of the job rotation process. While working as a cashier in this company, you will be exposed to a lot of things – the learning is great as you will be working for an organization that caters to a diverse clientele.
If you have had some exposure to working on a POS system or in direct customer services (even if it was a part-time job that you held during high school), your candidature for the position will become strong.
Some of the main duties of a cashier working at Dollar Tree include:
Dollar Tree Cashier Duties and Responsibilities
• Greet customers when they arrive at the Dollar Tree outlet and provide them with information on where to find products in the health and beauty, food and snacks part décor, and other areas.
• Lead customers to their desired aisles and assist them in locating their choice of products.
• Provide pricing information of products not under the $1 scheme and manage demonstrations.
• Help customers finding the required item, and perform upselling activities.
• Assist cashiers in ringing up purchases by scanning prices and providing customers with their totals.
• Bag or pack customers’ purchases according to their specific instructions and assist them in carrying their purchases to their vehicles.
• Handle stock clearing and stocking duties to ensure consistency of displayed products.
• Clean, straighten and maintain shelves and displays to project a consistently positive image of the company.
• Man the POS system to process cash and credit card purchases, and ensure that correct change and receipts are tendered.
• Count money in the cash drawer at the beginning of each shift and ensure that sufficient change is available.
• Balance cash drawers at the end of the shift, by counting money against items sold on the cash terminal.
• Notify supervisor of any discrepancy in cash and provide assistance in sorting out problems.