The Cashier meets customers, receives monies and makes change in exchange for goods or services; operates a cash register or keeps a cash box. May be required to balance cash and other methods of payment to revenue at shift-end.
This is the first level of a two-level series. This class is distinguished from the higher level by the absence of responsibility for allocating received monies to accounts. At this level, responsibility for the verification of amounts received is limited to verifying an ending cash balance. Employees in this class do not need the knowledge of OHSU payment policies and procedures necessary at the second level.
Cashiers are responsible for helping customers through the entire visit and OHSU Marquam cafes. They interact with customers, great them, inform them of specific menu items, help them find things and make decisions. Ring up their purchase, instruct them to condiment areas, answer general questions about our department and provide directions to other places on Marquam Hill.
Cashiers also stock restaurant items and clean while not ringing in customers. Cashiers may also participate in preparing simple recipes and other food service worker duties including serving food and cleaning up after events.
Prior work experience or training as a cashier
Food handlers Card
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation
Food service experience in healthcare
Work environment: Continuous moving around work area; lifting items up to 25 pounds, pushing carts, continuous walking and standing, frequent bending forward, stooping, reaching overhead, clear and audible speaking voice and correctable vision to size 12 type, ability to hear normal speech level.
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