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Job Information

Roche Bros. Supermarkets Grocery- Overnight Crew (Boston) in Boston, Massachusetts

To stock merchandise on shelves and displays throughout the department in a careful, clean, neat and expedient manner; ensuring that all product is fresh, rotated and well stocked for our customers.

Pay for this position starts at $15.00 - $22.90 / hour.

  • Must be 18 years of age;

  • Complete training in the grocery operation.

  • Capable of following verbal directions.

  • Must be able to read and write English adequately.

  • Ability to speak, understand and follow English instructions.

  • Authorization to work in the U.S.

Primary and Essential Job Functions:

  • The list of essential functions is not exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary by the company.

  • Commit to the “Golden Rule” and work with other associates to build a strong night crew team.

  • Achieve the highest associate morale in the industry by working in a style that is Respectful, Supportive and Totally Team Oriented (RSTO).

  • Prepare grocery department for the next day’s business; ordering to fill shelves, stocking neatly, pricing accurately, and cleaning up.

  • Effectively control proper storage limiting shrink and damaged goods.

  • Notify night crew chief or grocery manager of potential shrink problems (damaged or missing merchandise; check loads carefully when receiving), product availability problems, potential security problems, and refrigeration checks.

  • Monitor cooler and display area temperatures to ensure product quality; report refrigeration failure immediately.

  • Ensure company standards of safety, proper food handling practices, sanitation, and productivity are achieved.

  • Practice the “Cleaner’s Creed” and proper sanitation procedures.

  • Order, receive, and unload deliveries; store, price, date, rotate, and stock product and prepare product for display and sale.

  • Keep all grocery products in display cases, coolers and freezers rotated in accordance with company policy and product code dates and always make use of the oldest products first (first in, first out).

  • Ensure shelves are clean as they are restocked.

  • Make sure that all shelves and displays are blocked and straightened.

  • Maximize productivity; achieve a minimum standard of 235 cases per 8 hour shift.

  • Keep sales and work area are swept clean, orderly, and free from safety hazards; report hazards to management.

  • Exercise proper safety practices when lifting or moving product or using equipment.

  • Be sure to operate and clean department equipment and tools.

Secondary Job Functions:

  • Clean and restock stock room.

  • Properly dispose of trash.

  • Clean behind store, and clean up spills.

  • Notify management of associate theft, customer shoplifting, unauthorized mark downs or property defacement.

  • Present favorable impression in dress, personal hygiene and business attitude.

  • Other duties as assigned by management.

Physical Demands and Safety Risk Factors: The physical demands and safety risk factors of the job listed below may occur during each work shift and are listed according to their frequency.

Physical Demands


Sitting, climbing up to 8ft, Smelling

1-33% (O) Occasionally

Walking, carrying up to 50lbs., pushing/pulling up to 500lbs, lifting up to 50lbs, bending, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, handling, fingering, feeling, crawling, talking

34-66% (F) Frequently

Standing, reaching (waist/overhead), seeing, hearing

67-100% (C) Continuously

Safety Risk Factors


Loud noise, slippery floor, cluttered floor, contact with sharp objects, contact with skin irritant, toxic exposure (see SDS book), nuisance dust, Hazardous cleaning solutions

1-33% (O) Occasionally

Twisting of back and neck, hazardous equipment (mechanical moving parts)

34-66% (F) Frequently

Machines, tools, and equipment utilized:

Pallets, pallet jacks, power jack, u-boats, transport dollies, pricing gun, case cutter, trash compactor, display dividers, approved cleaning supplies

Repetitive Action:

Continuous movement of entire body.

Working Conditions: Working environment is overnight, inside and may include exposure to cold temperatures.

Job ID: 2023-5640

External Company URL: fike

Street: 8 Summer St

Post End Date: 11/30/2023