A young male shelf filler restocks sold product in the supermarket

Shelf Filler

Stock shelves and arrange display areas in stores and supermarkets.

Overview

Shelf fillers stack fresh goods and other products on the shelves of stores or supermarkets, ensuring display areas present well.

Work is in a supermarket or similar retail outlet. Late-night and weekend shifts are common.

Suits people who are reliable, hardworking and motivated.

Day-to-day

  • place goods neatly in bins and on racks; stack bulky goods on floors
  • fill shelves with goods ensuring goods with the earliest use-by dates are at the front of shelves
  • collect goods needed from the stockroom using a trolley
  • maintain shelf order by relocating stock belonging to a different area
  • may help customers find goods they need
  • may price goods.

Considerations

  • irregular hours
  • physically demanding.

Occupation snapshot
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$1,025 / week
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Moderate
Apprenticeships may be available

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