UCLA Health Cashier - Santa Monica in Santa Monica, California
In this role, you will perform cashier functions in the cafeteria and coffee bar. You will process customer transactions on a computerized cash register station, assuring that register is in correct working order, transactions are recorded consistently, following beverage recipes, and coffee standards. You will maintain and organize the work station for cleanliness and orderliness, making sure that the condiment station and other assigned duties are appropriately filled and stocked. You will also be responsible for reconciliation of daily cash reports and securing deposits in a proper manner, assisting assigned areas including food service stations as required by operational needs including setting up service lines, meal assembly and assisting customers during service times.Qualifications
Must be able to read, speak, and understand English in order to write memos, and to read and understand policies and procedures relevant to employment in the department
Skill in handling a computerized cash register with the ability to make change, handle currency, and recognizing counterfeit bills easily
Skill in performing basic bookkeeping transactions, as well as basic math in order to maintain accurate and legible cash logs
Ability to interact with both internal and external customers in a high volume operation, with diplomacy, and patience
Ability to stand, bend, walk, reach, lift, push and pull for prolonged periods of time in hot or cold areas
Ability to lift, push, or pull 40lbs
Knowledge of and adherence to all safety and sanitation procedures as outlined by JC and HACCP standards
Knowledge of and adherence to all departmental work rules such as applies to attendance, punctuality, dress code, and removal of University property
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
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