As a primary contact for Safeway customers, the Person In Charge (PIC) provides friendly, courteous, and helpful service. During the absence of the Store Manager and the First & Second Assistant Managers, the PIC is in charge of the store, with analogous authority to make necessary decisions to operate the store at maximum profit, efficiency, and superior customer service. When in charge of the store (generally at night) the PIC will supervise the store employees. The PIC also acts as a Cashier-Checker (see job description). May be required to work in many of the departments within the store.
Safeway PIC employees are generally responsible for completing the following job duties:
JOB RELATED QUALIFICATIONS:
All store employees during the absence of the Store Manager or Assistant Manager.
Varies depending on store location and state/county requirements.
Job Title: Person In Charge (PIC)
%Inside: 100% %Outside: Rare Temperature Extremes: N/A
Chemicals: Seldom (mild detergents or glass cleaner)
MACHINES, TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT:
six-wheeled cart, grocery cart, box cutter, pens and pencils, spray bottle, rags, mops, broom, telephone/intercom, cash register, credit card scanner, computer, pallet jack, bailer
Constant (over 70% of the time)
Constantly lifts 1-10 lbs. Frequently lifts 11-20 lbs. Seldom lifts 21-35 lbs.
Occasionally carries 1-10 lbs. Seldom carries 11-50 lbs.
Constantly pushes/pulls 1-10 lbs. Occasionally pushes/pulls 11-20 lbs.
Constant knee to shoulder reaching. Seldom overhead and at or above shoulder level reaching.
Constant standing while on job. Sitting allowed on breaks.
Frequent walking while on job.
Seldom. May use step stool while stocking/facing product on high shelves.
Frequent neck rotation and bending of head. Occasional bending/stooping, twisting, crouching, and squatting. Seldom kneeling.
Constant handling/grasping and repetitive motion while checking, facing, and replacing stock. Frequent fine finger manipulation.
Use of peripheral vision and depth perception to move around store and push carts in aisles. Near vision used to operate scanner, make change, and troubleshoot equipment.
To converse with customers, provide service, and receive questions from employees and customers. Answer pages and telephone.
To respond to customers and employees and use intercom/telephone.
Safeway will provide reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities who can meet overall job requirements.