ABOUT THE SWEET POTATO:
The Sweet Potato is a local and organic focused grocery in Toronto's west end. We aim to provide the friendliest service, and deliver a diverse offering of delicious and healthy products, while striving towards a more sustainable food system.
To cut, package, label, and display meat to standard. To serve customers at a high-volume service counter, assisting them with selection and preparing their orders.
Create excellent customer experiences and offer exemplary service
Weigh, label & package a variety of meat products for customers
Assist customers with their selections and orders
Ensure the department is well stocked and clean
Provide information about different products and ingredients
Ensure a clean and sanitary environment
Learn safe food handling skills
Basic Mathematics: Meat clerks have to weigh out meat for customers. The ability to add and subtract quickly is necessary.
Comfortable working with public. Meat clerks speak directly to our customers. Good listening skills, speaking and communicating calmly, effectively and in a friendly manner, and patience are necessary.
Stamina: Meat clerks often stand for long periods of time and are required to lift heavy objects.
Flexibility: Meat clerks will be asked to work nights, weekends and extended hours. Having a flexible schedule is key.
Adhere to all local and federal health and civil code regulations
JOB SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS:
Physical Demands - Standing, walking, reaching, bending, twisting, ability to carry/lift 40 lbs, and push/pull 400 lbs
Repetitive Action - Unload meat deliveries, stock, rotate and block merchandise in all meat cases, keep department organized and clean, operate and clean equipment and tools.
Working Conditions - Inside, Cold
Safety Risk Factors - Twisting, slippery floor surfaces, cluttered floor surfaces, toxic exposure, nuisance dust, fumes, sprays, hazardous cleaning solutions, operation of department equipment.
To apply, please e-mail your resume and a brief covering letter to:
subject: Meat Clerk
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FoodWork ID: 42344 Date posted to FoodWork.ca: Aug 23 2017