1. Maintenance of Guest Service Standards
a. Ensures that the front end standards detailed in the No Noticeable Wait Policy are met at all times.
b. Manages guest traffic flow from both the guest side and bagging side of the register using this positioning as an opportunity to interact with guests and monitor productivity.
c. Works with the Store Manager and Guest Service Manager to ensure that the schedule is written to provide the desired level of service within the established labor guides.
d. Trains cashiers to call additional hosts to the front end as dictated by guest needs and established daily call-up list.
e. Handles guests and hosts requests, refunds, overrides, and check approvals promptly, and professionally.
f. Ensures front end is clean, neat, and clutter free at all times and that the parking lot is free of debris and excessive carts.
g. Is a positive role model for all front end hosts in speech, manner, dress, hygiene, and integrity.
h. Ensures all unused check lanes are blocked off when not is use.
i. Monitors and enforces all other front end policies related to Asset Protection and Shrink Control.
2. Training and Development of Front End Hosts
a. Provides training and direction to hosts not meeting the front end standards.
b. Communicates to the guest service manager, problem areas and hosts not meeting performance standards.
c. Provides constant on-the-job feedback to front end hosts about performance to maintain front end service level.
3. Process guest orders (including performing as a cashier or guest service clerk).
4. Perform all other duties as assigned by management.