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GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The CASHIER 1 meets customers, receives monies, and makes change in exchange for goods or services; operates a cash register or keeps a cash box. Employees in this class are expected to have a general knowledge of the university and departmental cash handling policies and procedures.
This is the first level of a two level series. This class is distinguished from the higher level by the absence of responsibility for allocating received monies to accounts. At this level responsibility for the verification of amounts received is limited to verifying an ending cash balance.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Allocation of positions to this class will depend on the total work performed that may include one or a combination of the duties or tasks listed below.
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
Employees in this class have daily in person contact with customers seeking to pay for goods or services and with staff in a central office when returning and picking up monies at beginning and/or end of shift.
Employees in this class receive general supervision from a service or business supervisor who reviews the work daily for accuracy, timely completion, and conformance to university and department policies and procedures. Work is assigned verbally and in writing. Employees in this class use departmental and university rules and policies as guidelines in completing their work.
Positions are found in university business centers and departments (e.g., dining services, parking, bookstore, athletics, theater).
Six months of cashiering experience exchanging money for purchases and making change.
Training or experience should have included operating a calculator or ten-key adding machine by touch, and using a computer and keyboard.
Some positions may require the capacity to be bonded.