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Deli Worker

Company Name:
Blarney Castle Oil
When Blarney Castle #2 gas station first opened its doors in Bear Lake in 1933, the station's owner - Denny McCarthy - prided himself on providing "superior customer service." More than 75 years later, three generations of McCarthys continue this commitment to putting our customers first.
As it was in 1933, Blarney Castle Oil and Propane is a Michigan-based, family-owned business. With more than 95 EZ Mart convenience store locations, propane and fuel oil service, commercial fuel and bulk lubricant sales, our primary goal is satisfying our customers.
Requires a minimum of one (1) month to two (2) months experience in food handling, be
aware of requirements for safe handling of perishable foods to prevent contamination.
A high school diploma or GED required. One or more years of comparable, proven experience may be substituted as partial qualification in addition to formal education.
Requires physical capability to lift up to 50 pounds; and moving and stacking merchandize; cleaning; sweeping; shoveling snow; and being able to stoop, bend, and stand for extended periods of time.
EOE/M/F/DISABLED/VETERANS
Waits on customers with emphasis on provision of friendly, timely service.
Maintains a clean, appealing environment in which to greet and serve customers.
Assists the Deli Manager or Convenience Store Manager in all aspects of operating the Deli operation.
Takes customer orders for prepared deli items such as sandwiches, subs, pizza, confectionary items, and other food stuffs for take-out consumption. Prepares order to customer specification in a timely manner.
Assists clerks in other areas of store operation with cleaning, garbage disposal, bottle and can returns and stocking.
Ensures proper food handling and storage procedures are followed.
Date: 2014-05-14
Country: US
State: MI
City: Muskegon
Category: Customer Service/Support
Job Type: Regular Part-Time

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