Food Lion Cashier Job Description

Updated on December 20, 2017

Position Overview

Food Lion is a huge chain of supermarkets, which operates in 10 states. It is no wonder that the cashiers whom they hire are required to be hands-on with their work, and professional from every angle.

As a cashier at Food Lion, you will be expected to perform a lot of duties, most of which will be related to cashiering, and some to retail.

Position Requirements

Working as a cashier at Food Lion requires you to possess a high school diploma or a GED equivalent at the very least. If you have had prior experience working as a cashier in a retail or grocery store arena, your candidature will be welcomed greatly.

Working at this position means that you will have to know all there is to know about operating standard and complex POS systems, and possess the ability to manage more than one thing at the same time. In addition to this, you will be expected to perform some accounting functions such as balancing cash drawers and creating reports of all the ins and outs of the assigned cash drawers.

As a cashier at Food Lion, it will be expected that you remain professional when handling customers’ complaints, and focus on providing them with the best in services from every point. Here is a list of duties that you will be expected to perform in this role:

Food Lion Cashier Duties and Responsibilities

• Greet customers as they arrive at the cash counter, and organize their purchases on the counter.

• Look for barcodes and price tags, and straighten them so that they can be scanned properly.

• Use assigned barcode machines and scanners to scan prices, and punch them into the system.

• Itemize all purchases and total bills, providing customers with information on total payables.

• Process both credit card and cash transactions, ensuring that proper change and receipts are tendered.

• Assist baggers in bagging customers’ purchases, and make arrangements for deliveries to be made to cars.

• Provide customers with information regarding replacement and returns, and process either or both, when required.

• Balance cash drawers at the end of each shift, ensuring that no discrepancies are evident.

• Resolve missing entries or related discrepancies on a urgent basis, before the end of the shift.

• Ascertain that sufficient change is present in the cash drawer at the beginning of the shift.

• Provide customers with information and direction to their choice of products and items.

• Assist sales associates in receiving items, and placing them on shelves in a predefined manner.