What Does the Day-To-Day Role Involve?
In the majority of store colleagues roles, including sales assistant jobs, food service positions and most others, it’s likely that you’ll be required to do the following every day:
- Assist customers and respond to their enquiries
- Ensuring that the displays and shelves in store remain neat, tidy, clean and fully stocked
Depending on your precise position, you may also be required to complete paperwork, to talk to customers on the phone, to scan products and process payments, to chase up particular suppliers or to process orders.
You’ll always be supported be a team of colleagues who will work with you to ensure that the day to day running of your store, and the quality of the customer experience you provide, is the best it possibly can be.
You’ll receive thorough training and support from Customer and Trading managers and other line managers throughout your time at Sainsbury’s.
Due to the customer-facing nature of all store colleague positions, every day will be different. Whichever role you choose, you’ll develop superb transferrable skills and discover your potential – with the opportunity for progression ever-present throughout your Sainsbury’s career.
Being a Sainsbury’s store colleague is an option that is open to almost anyone. The role involves helping customers and keeping your store performing well – from organisation and cleanliness to quality and speed of service.
It provides the perfect opportunity to grow and develop professionally, with many positions available as part of the umbrella that will suit individuals with all kinds of interests.
So only the question of how to become a store colleague remains – and the answer is simple. Once you’ve had a look through the available positions in your local area, just decide which job you think best suits you and then fill in the relevant form in detail and send it off.
To apply for any store colleague position, visit our recruitment page now and search by job title, keywords or location.