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Role : IIB Architect
Exp : 10+yrs
Location : White Plains,NY
Duration : 6 + months
10+ years of experience in IT Industry
•Experience as Architect in middleware technologies like IBM Integration Bus, IBM MQ, IBM Datapower, IBM WMB
Experience with IBM WebSphere Application Server, WSDL & Schemas, SOAUui,XML, XMLSpy, Experience on MQ and SOAP requests is a must.
Good to Have
•Knowledge and some hands-on next generation of Middleware, IFX Framework
•Experience in providing solution architecture at enterprise level
•Experience with SOA based solutions
•Experience in open source technologies
•Very strong communication skills
•Should have experience in leading & managing teams
Reference Data Manager
Analyzing data - researching and documenting reference data elements (terms) used in current or new reports and any transformational activities as the data migrates and is further processed, transformed through SQL, ETL and ultimately reported (end to end) in order to implement data quality integrity checks and validations. Analyzing data and anomalies in order to recommend data quality validation checks.
Work with the data owners to support reference data quality initiatives and become an expert in our reference data in order to determine appropriateness of use and improve data quality. Eliciting and preparing documentation for data quality rule requirements and packaging for development through the normal software development life-cycle (SDLC) and any testing activities.
Working with our Market Data Manager to understand and manage what data comes into the organization and how it is being used.
Supporting our Data Quality Group to ensure correct reference data is available to be used in data quality rules.
Work with IT and the Enterprise Data Steward to load reference data into our data dictionary and the correct technical asset areas.
Summary of responsibilities includes:
- Analyzing reference data or new requirements for reports or data migration and consolidation efforts to centralized data warehouse.
- Application of reference data in data quality domain
- Manage reference data, data quality and maintenance with data owners
- Work with data quality manager to promoting data quality best practices, training and checks and validations with data owners
- Highly proactive in monitoring issues and exceptions with data owners and subject matter experts
- Support all facets of production ready reference data quality rules, exceptions, issue management and reporting.
- Focus and support all aspects of reference data quality issue management and improvement, exception handling and alerting process
- Lead Process Design of Reference data process
- Produce and distribute daily/weekly team status reports or scorecards as well as contribute to project status reporting depending on the undertaking at and assist with any management reporting
- Determine best way to control and manage reference data
- Lead product selection of Reference Data Management Tool (if determined as necessary)
- Work with end users on determining what is reference data
- Work with end users to define and manage reference data mappings and transformations
- Work with Enterprise Data Steward to properly load and manage reference data
- Participate/Lead Data Governance Communications
- Review and update Data Governance Policies and Procedures
- Business Analyst - Documenting data quality requirements, test plans and comprehensive SDLC
- Creates documentation including business requirements (BRD), determines impact assessments, functional specifications, flow charts, Root cause analysis and other diagnostic documentation
- Identify risk in process and propose / implement controls.
- Able to work as Individual contributor role or manage projects/task forces consisting of employees from multiple different areas
- Quick Learner
- Team player - able to fill in gaps, learn about data governance program, policies and tenants
- Able to work with large data in excel and suggest process enhancement ideas for some of the stakeholders working in Excel at the business unit level.
- Presenting data in PowerPoint.
- Excel (advanced if possible), MS Office Applications and Visio, (SQL or knowledge of advanced formulas & pivot tables in excel would be very positive), Toad or other SQL querying ability a +.
A self-starter who can take the process a level ahead and have the ability to think out of the box, suggest changes and challenge status quo.
- Ask questions and understand the larger picture for the tasks assigned.
- Display a sense of curiosity, enthusiasm and eagerness to understand business constraints, environment and impact on regulation for the financial industry.
- Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written)
- Excellent organization, analytical and time management skills.
- Must be able to work well with others, partner to support efforts and organization with enthusiastic approach
- Ability to work independently and become an effective team member.
Nurse Practitioner - Health Risk Assessments - Per Diem
Responsibilities of the Nurse Practitioner- Health Risk Assessments
- Conduct comprehensive in-home health risk assessment to identify all active and chronic disease conditions as well as determine all physical, mental and social needs present at the time of the visit.
- Obtain vital signs, measure BMI, review pharmacological therapy and conduct a physical examination.
- Educate and counsel patient and family on any conditions identified during assessment and screening procedures.
- Make recommendations and communicate findings to Primary Care Physicians through documentation of outcomes on provided tablet.
- Master's degree in Nursing from an accredited school of Nursing.
- Board Certification with current unrestricted Nurse Practitioner (NP) license.
- Experience dealing with a complex set of patients with a relatively high level of acuity.
Assistant Construction Super
Summary: An Assistant Site Superintendent to assist lead site management person on a project. Assist and help coordination of all physical construction activities on the Project. The Superintendent oversees the work being performed, ensures adherence to the highest standards of safety and quality, and that the schedule is being followed.
Must have Core & Shell - Out of the Ground experience.
Duties & Responsibilities:
- Review and become familiar with all scopes of work as developed by Estimating and the Project Manager; must be familiar with Schedule and Budget and make every effort to ensure adherence to both including recommendations for improved efficiencies or savings.
- Advise the Project Team daily of directives issued by Design Team via Written Confirmation of Verbal Directive and/or Field Work Order.
- Responsible for all tools, equipment and supplies on site including placing orders for incidental tools and materials with the Company shop utilizing the Material Order Forms.
- Prepare progress schedules
- Help Coordinate and Oversee all work on site including Subcontractors, field personnel, deliveries, installation; provide Subcontractors and field personnel with daily work schedules and ensure quality and accuracy of work; ensure all subcontractors have proper Certificates of Insurance prior to beginning work; set benchmarks and levels and where necessary, perform layouts.
- Maintain necessary records for all site personnel including Time Sheets; prepares Work Orders, RFI’s, Daily Field Reports; responsible for maintenance of current and complete on-site project files (construction documents, sketches, submittals, etc.)
- Responsible for maintaining highest standards of safety on site, ensuring adherence to all safety policies; must remedy unsafe site conditions immediately and must notify main office within 24-hours of accident by preparing First Report of Injury (Accident Report); maintain OSHA safety log; maintain cleanliness and orderliness of site.
- Attend all job site project meetings and address any open items that may impact progress and quality.
- Represent the Company in its relations with inspecting authorities and ensure authorities having jurisdiction are apprised of the project requirements related to their duties. Cooperate with inspecting authorities to ensure timely approvals.
- Assist with preparation and completion of punch-list and preparation of Owners Service and Maintenance Manuals including collection of appliance and equipment warranties, development of access panel and valve charts, etc.
Store Manager - Victoria's Secret - Galleria Of White Plains - White Plains, NY
A Victoria's Secret Store Manager is a values-based leader that delivers exceptional customer and associate experiences to grow top line sales. The Store Manager leads store performance though our core values of The Customer Rules, It Matters How We Play the Game, Inclusion Makes Us Stronger, and Passion Leads to Success.
Primary Responsibility: The Store Manager has the primary responsibility of driving total store results in Sales, Shrink, Turnover, and Payroll Management though coaching and development of the entire store team. In addition, the Store Manager owns the overall store and ensures operational excellence.
Direct Reports: Assistant Store Manager(s), Manager(s), Supervisor(s), Bra Fitting Specialist (select volume), Sales Specialist (select volume), Sales & Support Generalist (select volume)
To perform this job effectively A Store Manager must be able to perform all the responsibilities satisfactorily.
Sales Growth to Last Year
Culture and Customer:
Owner of Associate Opinion Survey.
Leads Positive Associate Relations (PAR) practices.
Owns associate retention strategies.
Personally demonstrates and provides coaching to total store through selling behaviors and observations in all zones (selling floor, cash wrap, fitting room, and non-sales area) and building customer loyalty.
Driver of the talent life cycle for total store and personally executes for direct reports. Talent Life Cycle actions include selection/interviewing, onboarding, coaching/performance management, succession, reward and recognition, and culture/engagement.
Acts as final decision maker for all hiring decisions within the store.
Schedules and leads performance management for direct reports (Annual, Mid-year, Monthly Touch points) and oversees total store execution of performance management.
Responsible for total store execution of associate observations and monthly performance reviews.
Identifies succession for each leadership role within the store and co-creates individual development plans for direct reports.
Schedules required brand initiatives and strategies, Sales Education, Launches, Events, Brand Promotions, and Product Testing for entire store.
Schedules brand guide planning, mapping and execution.
Executes all workforce management requirements including; schedule creation, entering in events/fixed schedules, editing, and posting.
Inspects associate availability, scheduling practices, and zoning of total store.
Primary owner of Asset Protection (AP).
Complements Monthly AP Assessment and drives a weekly AP focus.
Shares Key Performance Indicator reporting and builds capability of entire store team around physical inventory outcomes.
All leadership roles at Victoria's Secret are responsible for:
Leading and demonstrating the company values within the store at all times.
Leading the entire sales floor while assigned to the role of Customer Sales Lead (CSL) and ensuring the team is delivering the best buying environment for the customer.
Gaining business insight by reviewing total store results daily, weekly and monthly and linking behaviors to actions.
Upholding positive associate relations that lead to engagement in the brand and the team.
Executing store opening and closing procedures and recovery.
Reinforcing store strategies to reduce shrink and build personal capabilities in asset protection.
Effectively managing and controlling expenses.
Previous experience leading leaders and associate teams
Demonstrates ability to improve customer satisfaction and drive customer loyalty
Proven ability to effectively delegate, follow up and communicate with all levels of the organization
Demonstrates ability to manage complex and competing priorities with time management and organizational skills
Demonstrates ability to assess talent, coach, develop and manage performance
Demonstrates business acumen with strong strategic and analytical skills
Demonstrates excellent visual merchandising skills
Ability to work nights, weekends, holidays, and during non-business hours
An equal opportunity employer, we do not discriminate in hiring or terms and conditions of employment because of an individual's race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital status or any other protected category recognized by state, federal or local laws. We only hire individuals authorized for employment in the United States.
Teller Part Time
At Wells Fargo, we want to satisfy our customers' financial needs and help them succeed financially. We're looking for talented people who will put our customers at the center of everything we do. Join our diverse and inclusive team where you'll feel valued and inspired to contribute your unique skills and experience.
Help us build a better Wells Fargo. It all begins with outstanding talent. It all begins with you.
Community Banking operates one of the most extensive banking franchises in the country, serving customers through approximately 6,000 branches and 13,000 ATMs in 39 states and the District of Columbia. Our group includes Business Strategy and Administration; Customer and Branch Experience; Customer Remediation Office; Distribution Strategy Group; Regional Banking; Regional Services; and Customer Segments, and serves mass market, affluent, and small business customers. Our focus is on delivering an exceptional experience for our customers and providing the products and services that will help them realize their financial hopes and dreams.
As a teller at Wells Fargo, you will provide exceptional customer service and spend almost all of your time working with our most important asset, our customers. You will be responsible for a variety of tasks, including but not limited to: providing excellent customer service; processing account transactions effectively; maintaining a cash drawer; listening carefully to customers and escalating issues as needed; and following proper procedures to minimize risk, errors, and to reduce fraud. You will also actively engage customers in conversations and listen to get to know them. When appropriate you'll suggest ways that Wells Fargo can help, or introduce them to other branch team members to help meet their financial needs. You are expected to balance your cash drawer, build rapport and be a team player. You'll take pride in performing well and genuinely enjoy helping others, while maintaining ethics, integrity, and embracing diversity.
Please note: Based on the volume of applications received, this job posting may be removed prior to the indicated close date. If you do not apply prior to the closing of this posting, we encourage you to apply for other opportunities with Wells Fargo.
Important Note: During the application process, ensure your contact information (email and phone number) is up to date and upload your current resume prior to submitting your application for consideration. If you are a Wells Fargo Team Member, in your Jobs Profile ensure that your email address is valid and updated to an address that can receive external emails outside of the banking network and is a different email address than the one you originally used when you joined WF. Initial contact with you will be made via e-mail. Please check your e-mail regularly for updates.
The hours for this position are 20 per week with a flexible work schedule based on business need. Normal work schedules typically fall between the hours of 7AM-7PM. Must be able to work a flexible schedule including Saturdays.
Monday thru Friday with Saturdays
Position requires full-time training for 3 weeks. Training schedule is as follows: Monday thru Friday 9am to 5pm.
- 1+ year of customer service experience or military experience
Customer service focus with experience handling complex transactions across multiple systems
Ability to meet or exceed performance objectives, while fostering a team atmosphere
Experience working with others on a team to meet customer needs
Cash handling experience
Ability to follow policies, procedures, and regulations
Ability to identify potential fraud/risky accounts and take appropriate action to prevent loss
Well-organized, independent and able to prioritize in a fast paced environment
Ability to exercise judgment, raise questions to management, and adhere to policy guidelines
Customer service focus with experience actively listening, eliciting information, comprehending customer issues/needs, and recommending solutions
Relevant military experience including working with military protocol and instructions, enlisted evaluations, officer/leadership reporting
Relevant military experience including working in personnel benefits management, processing military personnel orders or transitions, wartime readiness operations, human resources or military recruiting
Ability to interact with integrity and professionalism with customers and team members
Other Desired Qualifications
Multilingual speakers are encouraged to apply.
Ability to stand for extended periods of time
Ability to work weekends and holidays as needed or scheduled
NY-White Plains: 674 N Broadway - White Plains, NY
All offers for employment with Wells Fargo are contingent upon the candidate having successfully completed a criminal background check. Wells Fargo will consider qualified candidates with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state and Federal law, including Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.
Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women.
Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation.
Justice is the largest tween specialty retailer in the world. Known as the destination for fashion-aware tweens, we provide the hottest fashion merchandise and accessories for tween girls, ages 7-14. We celebrate tween girls through an extraordinary experience of fashion and fun in an everything-for-her destination. Operating over 1,000 stores throughout the United States and Canada, along with an international presence in Asia, Mexico, Latin America, and the Middle East, our mission at Justice is to enhance a tween girl's self-esteem by providing her the hottest fashion and lifestyle products, in a unique, fun, interactive environment-all at a great value for mom.
Whether you're in the hallways of our home office or in our stores, you'll find that our associates are friendly and genuine. At Justice, we collaborate. We communicate honestly. We set trends. We work hard, speak up, and have fun. We celebrate our accomplishments and recognize our peers. We give back. And we eat dinner with our families. Every day, we make a positive difference in the lives of our tween girl and our coworkers. We're the difference between liking your job and loving it.
Ready to apply? We currently have an opportunity for a Assistant Manger to join our team located at our Store 0260-The Westchester-Justice-White Plains, NY 10601.
Justice is a world-class specialty retailer that builds an exciting and powerful connection with our customer through well-defined fashion brands. We believe we are creating one of the best work experiences in retail. Justice is a place where people can do great work and live great lives! Each area in our company plays an important role in the delivery of quality products for tweens (7 thru 14 years of age).
What you'll do:
This challenging and rewarding role provides the opportunity to assist in the supervision of a store team focused on delivering a great shopping experience that enhances the self-esteem of our Justice Girl (7-14) and provides a great value for mom. This role supervises 8-20 store associates.
Lead all activities related to providing a great customer experience
Assist with talent acquisition, associate development and retention
Assist with merchandise flow management
Manage and achieve financial metrics and goals
Assist with leading change initiatives
Are you Justice material? We hope so. Here's what we look for:
Individuals with a passion for fashion and strong customer intimacy knowledge
Individuals with intense fashion radar that allow them to translate trends that work for "our girl"
Individuals that live in the marketplace and can apply their knowledge to our business
Individuals that work collaboratively with internal and external partners to get the job done
Individuals that possess the critical ability to translate customer knowledge into actionable annual and seasonal business plan to achieve sales and profit plans for one or more merchandise categories
What we value - we are:
Focused: as the premier tween specialist, we put our customer first in everything we do!
Driven: we set goals, have high standards, and achieve results!
Creative: our girl is all about what's new and what's hot. We encourage innovation and support creativity because that's what she expects from us.
Ethical: simply put, our girl and her mom expect us to always do the right thing!
Balanced: everyone needs to be rejuvenated - we want you to enjoy life, have fun, and take care of you!
One year of management experience with an additional 2-4 years specialty retail experience preferred.
Strong training and developing skills from previous retail related experience
Computer proficiency and strong business acumen
Ability to foster team commitment and create a positive working environment
Ability to take initiative in making decisions on a timely/urgent basis
Store 0260-The Westchester-Justice-White Plains, NY 10601Position Type:Regular/Full time
Equal Employment Opportunity
The Company is committed to hiring and developing the most qualified people at all levels. It is our policy in all employment decisions to ensure that all associates and potential associates are evaluated on the basis of qualifications and ability without regard to sex (including pregnancy), race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability that can reasonably be accommodated without undue hardship, genetic information, military status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other protected classification under applicable law. We do not discriminate in any of our employment policies and practices. All associates are expected to follow these principles in all relationships with other associates, applicants, or others with whom we do business.
The Company welcomes applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the application process.
Note to Applicants: Smoking is prohibited in all indoor areas of the Company unless designated smoking areas have been established by a particular location in accordance with applicable law.
Note to Rhode Island Applicants: The Company is subject to Chapters 29 – 38 of Title 28 of the General Laws of Rhode Island, and is therefore covered by the state's workers' compensation law.
Commercial Support Specialist - East Region
Serves as primary partner and analysis resource for relationship managers in the management of their portfolio. Analyzes and offers client deepening opportunities, identifies potential revenue run-off or increases and makes appropriate recommendations. Coordinates Client Management Process (CMP) activities including monthly team meetings, regular updates to the Client Action Plans, pre-call planning and client planning session preparation. Produces effective industry, prospecting, and client research for use in the sales process, and assists client team with sales presentation content. Maintains primary responsibility for Navigator coverage including deal team participants, client contact info, deal pipeline, industry/legal codes, and systems of record linkages with efficient timeliness, completeness and accuracy. Has primary responsibility for Customer Due Diligence processes by ensuring timely and accurate compliance to policy and regulatory requirements related to Anti-Money Laundering and related Know-Your-Client activities. Executes national and regional initiatives (ex. Client Survey Contact, Pipeline exceptions), self-identified audit issues, AML/KYC refresh, remediation projects, and supports annual client migration. Manages risk activities related to wires, check fraud, overdraft/ uncollected funds and serves as point of contact for overdraft monitoring and escalations.
Awareness and understanding of bank products and solutions used by commercial clients
Solid business acumen and sound analytical thinking in support of sales activities
Self-starter who takes charge in absence of detailed instruction; effectively initiates solutions
Strong interpersonal and overall communication skills (written and verbal)
Ability to effectively manage time and prioritize to meet deadlines; highly productive and efficient multi-tasker
Collaboration and teaming skills
Strong client focus
Strong proficiency with Microsoft office (Excel, PowerPoint & Word)
Bachelors/Undergraduate degree preferred
Knowledge of Global Commercial Banking businesses and CMP
Strong analytical skills
Posting Date: 11/14/2018
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL, 401 E LAS OLAS BLVD (FL6812), Miami, FL, BANK OF AMERICA, 701 Brickell Ave, Atlanta, GA, Atlanta Plaza, 600 Peachtree St NE, Chicago, IL, 135 S LA SALLE ST (IL4135), Indianapolis, IN, PARKWOOD FIVE, 510 E 96TH ST, Baltimore, MD, BANK OF AMERICA, 100 S Charles St, North Bethesda, MD, 11810 GRAND PARK AVE (MD9900), Boston, MA, 100 FEDERAL ST (MA5100), Troy, MI, TROY HEADQUARTERS, 2600 W Big Beaver Rd, New York, NY, BANK OF AMERICA TOWER, ONE BRYANT PARK, White Plains, NY, 360 HAMILTON AVE (NY3360), Cleveland, OH, 1 CLEVELAND CENTER, 1375 E 9TH ST, Philadelphia, PA, FOUR PENN CENTER, 1600 JFK BLVD, Nashville, TN, BANK OF AMERICA PLAZA, 414 UNION ST, Richmond, VA, BANK OF AMERICA CENTER, 1111 E MAIN ST, McLean, VA, WESTPARK BC, 8300 GREENSBORO DR, - United States
Full / Part-time: Full time
Hours Per Week: 40
Shift: 1st shift
Claim Rep Trainee Outside Prop
Primary Job Duties & Responsibilities
Completes required training which includes the overall instruction, exposure, and preparation for employees to progress to the next level position. It is a mix of online, virtual, classroom, and on-the-job training.
The training may require travel. The on the job training includes practice and execution of the following core assignments: Handles 1st party property claims of moderate severity and complexity as assigned.
Establishes accurate scope of damages for building and contents losses and utilizes as a basis for written estimates and/or computer assisted estimates. Broad scale use of innovative technologies. Investigates and evaluates all relevant facts to determine coverage (including but not limited to analyzing leases, contracts, by-laws and other relevant documents which may have an impact), damages, business interruption calculations and liability of first party property claims under a variety of policies.
Secures recorded or written statements as appropriate. Establishes timely and accurate claim and expense reserves. Determines appropriate settlement amount based on independent judgment, computer assisted building and/or contents estimate, estimation of actual cash value and replacement value, contractor estimate validation, appraisals, application of applicable limits and deductibles and work product of Independent Adjusters.
Negotiates and conveys claim settlements within authority limits. Writes denial letters, Reservation of Rights and other complex correspondence. Properly assesses extent of damages and manages damages through proper usage of cost evaluation tools.
Meets all quality standards and expectations in accordance with the Knowledge Guides. Maintains diary system, capturing all required data and documents claim file activities in accordance with established procedures. Manages file inventory to ensure timely resolution of cases.
Handles files in compliance with state regulations, where applicable. Provides excellent customer service to meet the needs of the insured, agent and all other internal and external customers/business partners. Recognizes when to refer claims to Travelers Special Investigations Unit and/or Subrogation Unit.
Identifies and refers claims with Major Case Unit exposure to the manager. Performs administrative functions such as expense accounts, time off reporting, etc. as required. Provides multi-line assistance in response to workforce management needs; including but not limited to claim handling for Auto, Workers Compensation, General Liability and other areas of the business as needed.
May attend depositions, mediations, arbitrations, pre-trials, trials and all other legal proceedings, as needed.
Must secure and maintain company credit card required. In order to perform the essential functions of this job, acquisition and maintenance of Insurance License(s) may be required to comply with state and Travelers requirements.
Generally, license(s) must be obtained within three months of starting the job and obtain ongoing continuing education credits as mandated. In order to progress to Claim Representative, a Trainee must demonstrate proficiency in the skills outlined above. Proficiency will be verified by appropriate management, according to established standards. Perform other duties as assigned.
Job Specific & Technical Skills & Competencies
Demonstrated ownership attitude and customer centric response to all assigned tasks
Basic Verbal and written communication skills
Intermediate Attention to detail ensuring accuracy
Basic Ability to work in a high volume, fast paced environment managing multiple priorities
Basic Analytical Thinking
Basic Judgment/ Decision Making
This is an entry level position that requires satisfactory completion of required training to advance to Claim Professional, Outside Property. This position is intended to develop skills for investigating, evaluating, negotiating and resolving claims on losses of lesser value and complexity. Provides quality claim handling throughout the claim life cycle (customer contacts, coverage, investigation, evaluation, reserving, negotiation and resolution) including maintaining full compliance with internal and external quality standards and state specific regulations. As part of the hiring process, this position requires the completion of an online pre-employment assessment. Further information regarding the assessment including an accommodation process, if needed, will be provided at such time as your candidacy is deemed appropriate for further consideration. This job does not manage others This job works under Close Supervision: Work is reviewed at several steps along the way. (Generally pertains to trainee positions.)
Education, Work Experience & Knowledge
Bachelor's Degree preferred or a minimum of 2 years of work OR customer service related experience preferred.
Operates standard office equipment
Continuously Sitting (can stand at will)
Continuously Lifting items up to 36-50 pounds
Frequently Climbing unprotected heights (ladder, rooftop, stairs, loading dock)
Frequently Use of Keyboards, Sporadic 10-Key
Continuously Working in a confined or restricted area
Continuously This position requires the individual to access and inspect all areas of a dwelling or structure, which is physically demanding requiring the ability to carry, set up and climb a ladder weighing approximately 38 to 49 pounds, walk on roofs, and enter tight spaces (such as attic staircases and entries, crawl spaces, etc.). While specific territory or day-to-day responsibilities may not require an individual to climb a ladder, the incumbent must be capable of safely climbing a ladder when deploying to a catastrophe which is a requirement of the position.
High School Diploma or GED and one year of customer service experience OR Bachelor's Degree required. Valid driver's license - required.
Retail Store Associate
Retail Store Associates play a meaningful role within the CVS Health family. At CVS Health, we're shaping the future of health care for people, businesses, and communities. With your talents and expertise, you can help us play a more active and supportive role in each person's unique healthcare needs. Join our team of thousands as we positively impact millions…one customer at a time.
The Retail Store Associate position provides an opportunity, in a leading retail setting, to excel in a growing, high impact, customer focused role, working both independently and as a member of a team, to positively impact the lives of others.
Providing differentiated customer service by anticipating customer needs, demonstrating compassion and care in all interactions, and actively identifying and resolving potential service issues
Focusing on the customer by giving a warm and friendly greeting, maintaining eye contact and offering help locating additional items, when needed
Accurately perform cashier duties - handling cash, checks and credit card transactions with precision while following company policies and procedures
Maintaining the sales floor by restocking shelves, checking in vendors, updating pricing information and completing inventory management tasks as directed by store manager
Supporting opening and closing store activities, when needed
Providing customer support to all departments, including photo and beauty, ensuring departments are fully stocked and operational while remaining current with all updated services and tools
Assisting pharmacy personnel when needed, including working regular shifts in the pharmacy as part of opportunities for growth and career development
Embracing and advocating for new CVS services and loyalty programs that support our purpose of helping people on their path to better health
- At least 16 years of age
Remaining upright on the feet, particularly for sustained periods of time
Lifting and exerting up to 35 lbs of force occasionally, up to 10 lbs of force frequently, and a negligible amount of force regularly to move objects to and from, including overhead lifting
Visual Acuity - Having close visual acuity to perform activities such as: viewing a computer terminal, reading, visual inspection involving small parts/details
- Previous experience in a retail or customer service setting
- High School diploma or equivalent
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