Job Title: Produce Stocker
Location: 304 Erie St S, Leamington, ON
Shift: Morning, Night, Overnight
Working as a Produce Stocker at Walmart Canada is a great way to develop your skills in the retail industry. A Produce Stocker provides exemplary customer service by adhering to the basic beliefs and values of Walmart, maintains and zones the produce area, and assists with stocking and the sale of goods. If you are looking for an exciting job in customer service or retail, working as a Produce Stocker may be a great fit for you!
What you’ll do…
1. Zones the department.
2. Rotates stock and checks for expired products.
3. Ensures the merchandise is properly signed and priced.
4. Adheres to standards and policies for cold chain compliance, thermometer calibrations, temperature recording, food handling, product rotation, sell-by dates, and expiration dates.
5. Adheres to food safety and handling procedures and following sanitation and cleaning procedures.
6. Follows proper procedures for; Ordering, clearance, markups/markdowns, signing/flagging/pricing/labels.
7. Ensures that department is fully stocked with merchandise and is ready for business.
8. Follows Health and Safety guidelines.
9. Stocks merchandise/picks, Downstocks if applicable . Apply product protection when required. Set and complete modulars, including flex modulars and set new shelf cap.
Outlined below are the required minimum qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no minimum qualifications.
Age – 16 or older
Outlined below are the optional preferred qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no preferred qualifications.
Walmart will accommodate the disability-related needs of applicants and associates as required by law.
304 ERIE ST S, LEAMINGTON, ON N8H 3C5, Canada
What skills and qualities are important for a Warehouse Picker?
What is the work environment like for Warehouse Picker?
The work environment for a Warehouse Picker can vary depending on the specific industry, company, and the nature of the warehouse operation. However, there are common elements that characterize the work environment for Warehouse Pickers:
- Warehouse Setting:
- Warehouse Pickers typically work in large, often busy, warehouse facilities. These spaces are designed to store and organize various goods and products.
- Physical Demands:
- The job involves a significant amount of physical activity. Warehouse Pickers are frequently on their feet, walking throughout the warehouse, and lifting or moving boxes and items. Physical stamina is essential.
- Temperature Variation:
- Warehouses can have varying temperature conditions. Some are climate-controlled, while others may not be. Warehouse Pickers may work in environments that are cooler or warmer, depending on the products stored.
- Use of Equipment:
- Warehouse Pickers often use equipment such as hand trucks, pallet jacks, and sometimes forklifts to move and transport items. Training and certification may be required for certain equipment.
- Shift Work:
- Warehouse operations often require coverage throughout the day and night. As a result, Warehouse Pickers may work in shifts, including evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Understanding and adapting to the dynamics of the warehouse environment is essential for Warehouse Pickers. It requires a combination of physical fitness, attention to detail, teamwork, and a commitment to safety to excel in this role.