Dairy Clerk Job Description

Dairy Clerk Job Description

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Dairy clerk provides label/relabels as required by the Production Planner; print all labels that cannot be created using the standard label application (tolled products, Coatings re-print, non-standard label sizes).

Dairy Clerk Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Ensures cleanliness of dairy/frozen cases, storage area, and work area for safety
Stocks dairy/frozen cases
Ensures cleanliness of dairy cases, storage area, and work area for safety
Stocks dairy cases
Examines the rotation of all dairy products paying particular attention to expired stock and discarding outdated or spoiled items
The pay range for this position is $14.77 - $19.25 per hour, with the minimum of the range based on Denver minimum wage
The pay range for this position is $12.32 - $18.60 per hour, with the minimum of the range based on Colorado minimum wage
Provide prompt and friendly customer service
Consistently demonstrate a positive attitude, organization skills, time management skills, willingness to learn new products, and help educate customers
Take direction, communicate, and collaborate effectively with others

Dairy Clerk Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Education for Dairy Clerk

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the dairy clerk job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as High School and Associate Degree in General Education, Education

Skills for Dairy Clerk

Desired skills for dairy clerk include:

Scales and weight measures to accurately weigh and label products
Basic math
Products sold within the department and be able to respond to questions and make suggestions about products
Code dating
Computer systems and you’re comfortable using them
Weekly ad items

Desired experience for dairy clerk includes:

Assist with inventory tasks, including unloading, stocking, facing, merchandising, and rotating product with particular attention paid to code dates
Maintain awareness of weekly sales and ad items to provide product knowledge to customers
Stock, rotate, and face products primarily in dairy, frozen, and dry grocery sections
Ensure product is fresh and displays are full and ready for customers
Observe temperatures of coolers and cases and report any failures to management
General housekeeping in the department includes sweeping, mopping up spills, picking up trash from the ground, and emptying filled trash cans

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