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How much do cashiers in Liverpool get paid?
Cashiers in Liverpool earn
£6.47–9.99 per hour
Based on 364 employee reviews
What do top employers pay cashiers?
Who are the top cashier employers?
Recent cashier vacancies in Liverpool
- Cashier - Liverpool at Nando’s posted yesterday
- Store Assistant at Aldi posted 7 days ago
- Store Team Member at Home Bargains posted 7 days ago
- Customer Assistant Dairy Nights-st Helens Extra-part Time Flexi-temporary at Tesco posted 4 days ago
- Store Team Member at Home Bargains posted 3 days ago
- Customer Experience Manager at William Hill posted 3 days ago
What contracts are people on?
Based on 336 employees
How are people paid?
Based on 365 employees
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What do cashiers employees do?
Retail assistants have the job of selling goods and helping customers in a shop.
They can work on the shop floor and in the storeroom.
Other names for retail assistants are:
- Sales assistants/ representatives/ associates/ ambassadors/ co-workers/ people
- Shop assistants
- Retail colleagues
- Customer service assistants/ advisors
This type of job involves:
- Greeting customers as they enter the store
- Answering any customer questions
- Helping customers find their way around the shop
- Taking payments for products at tills
- Issuing refunds
- Meeting targets (sales and promotions)
- Maintaining a clean and tidy shop floor
- Unpacking stock and display on shelves
- Receiving deliveries
You may be on your feet a lot. But you may be able to sit down if you’re working at a checkout.
You may have to work night shifts, on weekends and bank holidays.
Retail assistant is an entry level job.
If you want to apply for a retail assistant job, you might need the following:
- The right to work in the UK
- You may have to have some GCSEs or a relevant apprenticeship
- Depending on the type of shop, you may have to already have some knowledge about the products being sold