Number of Employees: 5000+
Headquarters: Woonsocket, RI
CVS, which stands for "Customer, Value, Service," is the second largest pharmacy chain the US and is the retail pharmacy division of its parent company, CVS Caremark. CVS Pharmacy has more than 7000 stores across the country, offering a wide variety of health and beauty products, vitamins, general merchandise, cosmetics, foodstuffs, household items, photo processing services and more. The chain also provides a limited selection of healthcare services at its MinuteClinic locations.
Most applicants that interview for a position at CVS Pharmacy report a positive interview experience. Potential employees can expect a fairly straightforward interview process consisting of a face-to-face interview with a store manager, in which standard interview questions are posed. An example might include a question such as, "How you would handle a difficult customer?" Managerial positions and pharmacy technicians often require a more rigorous interview process consisting of a skills test and a group panel interview. Applicants who are offered positions may need to complete a drug test and submit to a background check. An online CVS job application is available.
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Cashiers must keep the customer at the center of all that they do. Cashiers must run fast and efficient cashier operations with friendly customer service. Cashiers also need to be knowledgeable about the store, its merchandise and services offered.
Job responsibilities require that Associates replenish and relocate merchandise both on and off of the sales floor. Organize and maintain areas of the stockroom according to Kmart policy, and process inbound and outbound freight. Due to the late hours, applicants will need to consistently be available for overtime shifts for this position.
Job responsibilities entail providing friendly customer service and protecting company assets through inventory recovery and monitoring internal and external theft. Associates assist with the reduction of inventory loss by monitoring surveillance and apprehending theft suspects.