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Stock Associate job description

A Stock Associate is a professional who receives products, checks inventory and prepares items for sale.

 

Use this Stock Associate job description to advertise your vacancies and find qualified candidates. Feel free to modify responsibilities and requirements based on your needs.

Stock Associate responsibilities include:

  • Receiving and checking goods for damaged or missing items
  • Cataloging items on the store’s system for accurate inventory tracking
  • Creating price labels for items and placing them on items on store shelves

Job brief

We are looking for a detail-oriented, responsible Stock Associate to ensure that the goods are delivered accurately and in good condition to their store. The Stock Associate will be charged with receiving and checking all incoming shipments before pricing or packing them so they can be stocked on our shelves for shoppers. 

A Stock Associate’s responsibilities include checking the accuracy of shipments and making sure they’re stocked in the correct places in the store. They also inventory items, maintain sales floor or warehouse inventories.

Ultimately, you will work with other grocery store associates to receive, label and display items in the store.

Responsibilities

  • Receive, inspect, and count stock for damage, spoilage or missing items
  • Record inventory in the store’s system
  • Label items with identification tags and price tags
  • Maintain the orderliness of the store’s stockroom
  • Process purchase orders and other shipping requests

Requirements and skills

  • Proven work experience as a Stock Associate or similar role
  • Possess physical strength necessary to unload, lift and carry heavy boxes
  • Exhibits strong organizational skills
  • Is familiar with inventory software
  • Pay close attention to detail
  • Demonstrate strong interpersonal and customer service skills
  • A high school diploma or equivalent is preferred

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