Popular positions at Target

Popular positions at Target

Jobcase Team
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August 23, 2020
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There are many positions available to apply for at Target stores. We've compiled some of the most popular positions at Target and what you can expect to do in those Target jobs. Below are some of the most sought-out positions at Target.

A few handy facts about jobs at Target

  • Target offers $15/hour starting wage to all full- and part-time team members at stores, distribution centers and headquarters locations. Warehouse worker hourly pay at Target can range from $9 to $32

  • During the application process, Target asks candidates if they are seeking seasonal employment, which is defined as being hired for less than 90 days

  • Seasonal job openings are available across the store, especially during the Christmas and summer seasons

Sales Floor Team Member

  • One of the most popular entry-level positions with Target

  • Provide fast and friendly service, maintain store cleanliness, train new team members

  • Not only are employees surrounded by a fun atmosphere and great discounts, they are also offered competitive pay and flexible scheduling

  • Employees scan, handle, and move merchandise efficiently and safely, including frequently lifting or moving merchandise up to 40 pounds and climbing ladders

Backroom Team Member

  • This entry-level position helps open doors to move up within the company

  • Expectations include keeping the floor stocked, arranging items on shelves, maintaining organization

  • These positions are great for candidates who thrive on neatness and order

  • Employees handle and move merchandise efficiently and safely, including frequently lifting or moving merchandise up to 40 pounds and climbing ladders

Cashier Team Member

  • Entry-level candidates may choose to apply for a cashier team member position

  • Handle financial transactions using the cash register, provide exceptional customer service, learn new technology

  • The ability to work quickly while scanning and bagging items will allow you to help increase the store’s sales

  • Candidates scan, handle, and move merchandise efficiently and safely, including frequently lifting or moving merchandise up to 40 pounds and climbing ladders

Pharmacy Technician

  • The entry-level pharmacy technician position requires candidates to have a high school diploma or equivalent experience

  • Techs must agree to process all customer data confidentiality. Many pharmacy transactions, such as refill requests, are handled on the phone

  • Candidates must have exceptional phone skills to be considered

  • Candidates must stand for extended periods of time

Distribution Operations Manager

  • Oversee 20 to 40 team members, maintain workplace safety, meet performance goals – The average distribution operations manager makes $55,000 per year

  • Candidates applying for a distribution operations manager position must have a four-year degree and proven ability to motivate team members. Candidates must be open to the possibility of relocation

  • Responsibilities include managing 20 to 40 team members while collaborating with other departments within the specified Target

  • Candidates must exhibit good reasoning, conflict-management, and analytical and problem-solving skills

Executive Team Leader

  • Team leaders open and close the store, receive intensive up-to-date training and develop plans to increase sales. The average executive team leader makes $60,000 per year

  • Candidates must hold a four-year degree and previous supervisory experience is a must

  • Candidates must also have demonstrated conflict management skills, strong decision-making skills, and a head for numbers

  • Candidates must scan, handle, and move merchandise efficiently and safely, including frequently lifting or moving merchandise up to 15 pounds and occasionally lifting or moving merchandise up to 40 pounds

Pharmacy Manager

  • The pharmacy manager is responsible for maintaining confidentiality, answering customer questions and keeping up to date on pharmaceutical news. The average pharmacy manager makes $125,000 per year

  • Candidates must hold a Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy and an active pharmacy license. A flexible work schedule is required as applicants will be required to work nights and weekends

  • The pharmacy manager is responsible for supervising the Target pharmacy team

  • Candidates must stand for extended periods of time

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kelly cardenas
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personal shopper position available?

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Laiq Shah
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I need job plZ any one help me

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Laiq Shah
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Hey kelly i need job plz accept my application

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