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Cashier Location: Clearwater Centre Hours: 20 hours a week to include weekends Duties of the Cashier Till Operation Assisting customers Always appearing enthusiastic and providing ... the best customer service to the customers Requirements of the Cashier Previous experience in a similar role Working alone or as part of a team Self-motivated Knowledge of plants ...R5000
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We have all seen them. They sit in the supermarket in front of a till machine for hours on end, receiving money and handing out change. They are called cashiers. All monetary transactions in a supermarket, pharmacy or even retail clothing store is handled by a cashier. This includes accepting money for purchases as well as dealing with any discrepancies regarding a purchase. Cashiers also deal with returned goods and pay money back to customers if need be.
Nowadays cashiers are found almost everywhere in places such as schools, hotels, recreational centres, petrol-stations, universities, hospitals and cinemas. They usually work in shifts as most of these places stay open long hours. Cashiers are usually required to work over week-ends, overtime (after hours) as well as on public holidays.
86% of current opportunities are permanent, whereas 14% are contract jobs.
66 new job listings for this search have been found in the last calendar day, compared with 114 in the last 72 hours and 244 in the last week.
The Adzuna recency index score for this search is 1.09, suggesting that demand for Cashier job opportunities in South Africa is increasing.
The standard deviation of salaries for the results of this search is 47,387.
There are 702 Cashier job opportunities in South Africa available immediately, compared to 334 in Gauteng.
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