Cashier

Office Cashiers receive payments from customers, issue receipts, return change due, and meet the public and explain charging and billing policies.

Overview

Office Cashiers receive payments from customers, issue receipts, return change due, and meet the public and explain charging and billing policies.

Day-to-day

  • scans, weighs and records prices of goods
  • receives and processes payments for goods and services by cash, cheques, gift vouchers, credit and debit cards and other payment types
  • issues sales dockets and gives change
  • maintains supplies of change, wrapping and other materials used
  • counts and records money received and balances against register sales records, and prepares money for deposit in financial institutions
  • records and balances petty cash disbursements
  • operates a computer terminal to administer the store's financial transaction system
  • cashes authorised cheques.

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