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Merchandiser (Full-Time)- Belleville, ON

Belleville, Picton area, Ontario · Retail
SPECIFICATION:
Role: Full- Time Merchandiser
Pay: $22/hour
Shift: 
Overnight/early morning 8 hour shifts (40 hours/week)
Days off: Wednesday or Sunday
Location: Belleville, Picton area, ON


WHY WORK FOR BIMBO CANADA?
  • Competitive Hourly Rates
  • Weekly Pay
  • Company benefits plan 
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Diverse and Inclusive Working Environment

Bimbo Canada is a leading producer and distributor of packaged fresh bread and bakery products with brands such as Dempster’s®, Villaggio®, POM®, Bon Matin®, Ben’s®, Healthy Way® and McGavins®. At Bimbo Canada, We Value the Person and follow our Golden Rule by treating everyone with Respect, Fairness, Trust and Care.

We are incredibly proud to announce that Bimbo Canada has been named one of Canada's Best Employers 2023 by Forbes. This tremendous honor recognizes our commitment to creating an outstanding workplace for our associates.

POSITION SUMMARY: 
This individual must demonstrate Grupo Bimbo Beliefs, have strong interpersonal, administrative and communication skills, and a strong customer service orientation.  We depend on the Merchandiser to merchandise Bimbo Canada baked goods on time to fulfill customers’ exact expectations and providing superior customer service. 


POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:

 
  • Sign in at the customer service counter to obtain vendor badge 2-locate duty manager to make introduction and acknowledge the merchandising service is about to begin
  • go to the receiving area to obtain empty bread trays in order to place the outdated product that’s about to be pulled from the mainline and off shelf displays.
  • merchandiser is first to service the mainline bread shelf by pulling outdated product from the shelf by color bread tag, orange tag on Wednesday and Yellow Tag Sunday. Merchandiser must ensure no product is left on the shelf with less than 2 days on the bread tag. Merchandiser is to service all off shelf displays in the store that support CB products.
  • merchandiser is to go to the receiving area of the store to locate our back stock of product and bring the appropriate amount of stock to the mainline counter.
  • service the mainline counter by rotating product to ensure newer product is behind older product, first in first out principal.
  • stock shelves to ensure product is placed in the correct location by following shelf tags / product description / planogram.
  • bring empty bread trays back to the receiving room and place them in the CB designated area ensuring the bread trays are placed in a criss cross pattern one on top of the other no more than 24 trays in a pile.
  • review conditions with the duty manager prior to leaving the account and address any further customer concerns at that time.
  • sign out of the account at the customer service counter and return the vendor badge.
REQUIRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:
  • G driver license is required to operate most vehicles.
  • Post-Secondary education in sales, operations, and management or business studies.
  • Self-motivated, with good communication and strong customer service orientation.
  • Knowledge of sales, merchandising, inventory control management.
  • Ability to successfully use MS Excel and other computer software necessary for Bimbo Canada sales.
  • High level of self-motivation and initiative, and acting as a strong team leader/member.
  • May require lifting of up to 25lbs.

Please note all offers of employment at Canada Bread Company, Limited are conditional upon the successful completion of a pre-hire background check. This may include anything up to and including a criminal history check, reference checks and/or credit check.

Canada Bread Company, Limited is an equal opportunity employer that embraces diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from qualified women, men, visible minorities, aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities. We welcome applications from all interested individuals; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

We are committed to providing barrier-free and accessible employment practices in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA).  Should you require accommodation at any stage of the recruitment process, please make them known when contacted and we will work with you to meet your needs

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