As a primary contact for Safeway customers, the Dairy Manager provides friendly, courteous, and helpful service. The Dairy Manager sorts and rotates merchandise and stocks shelves in the dairy department of a retail grocery store. Trains schedules and assigns duties to dairy clerks. Follows division guidelines for implementation of the merchandising program. Changes signs and prices as directed by merchandising. Inventories floor stock and cooler stock daily. Writes dairy orders in the dairy order book. Checks orders for completeness upon arrival. Responsible for maintaining appropriate stock and inventory in the dairy area. May stock products in displays or cases on the floor. Cleans shelves, products, and coolers, rotates and faces stock. Stores milk, eggs, and dairy foods in appropriate cooler/freezers. Empties trash cans, keeps the dairy department clean. May answer telephone, make/or answer intercom pages. Rotates product and removes out of date product daily. May also function as cashier-checker during peak times.
Safeway Dairy Manager employees are generally responsible for completing the following job duties:
JOB RELATED QUALIFICATIONS:
Dairy Clerks and Helper Clerks working in department.
Varies depending on store location and state/county requirements.
%Inside: 100% %Outside: Rare
Temperature Extremes: 0-42° F. Frequently in cooler and freezer
Chemicals: Seldom (mild detergents or glass cleaner)
MACHINES, TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT:
hand truck, six-wheeled cart, grocery cart, pallet jack, box cutter, pens and pencils, spray bottle, rags, mops, brooms, telephone/intercom, compactor, bailer
Constant (over 70% of the time)
Constantly lifts 1-10 lbs. Frequently lifts 11-50 lbs.
Constantly carries 1-10 lbs. Frequently carries 11-20 lbs. Occasionally carries 21-50 lbs.
Pushing / Pulling:
Constantly pushes/pulls 1-10 lbs. when facing shelves and moving small stock. Frequently pushes/pulls 11-35 lbs. when moving stock. Seldom pushes/pulls 36-50 lbs.
Constant knee to shoulder reaching. Occasional at or above shoulder level reaching and overhead reaching.
Constant standing while on job. Sitting allowed on breaks.
Constant walking while on job.
Seldom. May use step stool to reach upper shelves.
Frequent neck rotation, bending of head, and bending/stooping. Occasional twisting, crouching, and squatting. Seldom kneeling.
Constant handling/grasping when moving stock, stocking shelves, and facing shelves. Occasional forceful gripping to move heavier items. Seldom repetitive motion when facing.
Use of peripheral vision and depth perception to move around crowded store area and push carts in aisles containing customers and to move in crowded dairy and backroom areas. Near vision used to read expiration dates and tags.
To converse with customers, provide service, perceive questions, and conduct business. To answer pages and receive instructions from other employees.
Converse with customers, answer questions, and conduct business. Page other employees over intercom to give information.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.