Sales | Customer Service
These jobs go hand-in-hand at most Home Depots, and some stores combine them into one position
Focus on meeting the customers’ needs, taking them to the correct area of the store or to the items they are looking for
Up-sell customers on better items, if possible
This position has two aspects depending on how the store is set up and what the store needs are during your shift:
You may also have a regular cashier job, checking out the items the customer brings to you, and finding someone to load them in the car for the customer
Store Support | Lot Associate (Operations)
In this role, you will load purchased items into the customers’ vehicle, dispose of trash and other debris left at the front of the store, and greet customers as they come in
Freight Associate (Operations)
Work through the night stocking up store merchandise
Ensure the store is clean, and organize the 'sales floor' by setting up the marketing displays and restocking merchandise
General Warehouse Associate
Warehouse Associates are an essential part of The Home Depot distribution network
They keep products moving through the warehouse by unloading trucks from suppliers, moving merchandise with hand trucks, forklifts, hoists, motorized conveyors, etc., and loading for delivery to another store or customer.
General Office Associate
Office Associates perform several tasks within a warehouse, but one of the most important roles is acting as customer service. Office Associates schedule deliveries, troubleshoot orders, and are the main contact for customers, both in store and on the phone.
Drivers | Driver Helper
Drivers and Driver Helpers deliver product directly to customers from both warehouses and stores. Deliveries can include anything from light bulbs to lumber, and they ensure that the customer gets their purchases safely and on time.