Bookstore – Hiring Customer Service/Cashiers (Pleasant Hill)

The Plus Group is seeking several excellent Customer Service/Cashiers for a bookstore in Pleasant Hill. Must be comfortable working with computers. 1-2 years of previous customer service experience is required. Previous Cashier experience is very helpful. Ability to stand on your feet all day is required. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment.

Schedules: Day Shift 7:30-1:30 M-F OR Evening Shift 1:30-7:00 M-TH & Sat 8/16.

Start Date: 8/13/2014 (Approximate Duration: 2-3 Week Project).

Pay: $10 Hourly

Interviews will take place at The Plus Group office in San Ramon.  Please contact either Kelly or Curtis at The Plus Group (925) 831-8551 to schedule an interview.

Resumes may be emailed to: mailto:kkramer@theplusgroup.com or mailto:csato@theplusgroup.com

Indicate “Book—PH 0814″ in the subject line when emailing your resume. All applicants are encouraged to complete our online application at http://www.theplusgroup.com/ .

Contact:  TPG  (925) 831-8551  -  Kelly (kkramer@theplusgroup.com)

- OR –

Curtis (csato@theplusgroup.com)

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The Plus Group is seeking several excellent Customer Service/Cashiers for a bookstore in Pleasant Hil

Must be comfortable working with computers. 1-2 years of previous customer service experience is required. Previous Cashier experience is very helpful. Ability to stand on your feet all day is required. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment.

Schedules: Day Shift 7:30-1:30 M-F OR Evening Shift 1:30-7:00 M-TH & Sat 8/16.

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