The primary function of the PSA is to ensure the store displays and signage are maintained and up to date. This includes moving beams and grids, rotating stock, building products, and displaying products and product support materials as appropriate per reset and/or project instructions. This also includes installing and maintaining vendor displays, ensuring all displays are in working order, and processing photos of product displays. The PSA is expected to check that resets completed by outside vendors are properly done, products are stocked and priced correctly according to specifications, and damaged products are identified and processed according to procedures. The PSA is also responsible for greeting and acknowledging all customers in a friendly, professional manner and providing quick, responsive customer service. The PSA is also responsible for monitoring the store for potential security risks and adhering to Loss Prevention safety requirements. Lastly, the PSA is responsible for completing all other duties as assigned.
Requires morning, afternoon, and evening availability any day of the week. Required to work a schedule as determined by sales, customer, and business needs, but may be changed by store management based on the needs of the store. Requests to be scheduled off for a specific day require advanced notification and approval by supervisor. Hourly Full Time, Part Time or Seasonal: Generally scheduled 40, 24 to 30, or 0 to 40 hours per week respectively; more hours may be required based on the needs of the store.This position reports to an Assistant Store Manager and takes daily direction from a Department Manager. This position does not have direct reports.
Agility: The ability to bend, stretch, twist, or reach out with the body, arms, or legs to perform job tasks. This includes the ability to move throughout all areas of the store (e.g., sales floor, receiving, register areas, lawn and garden), Lowe's property surrounding the store, or additional work areas.
Physical Strength: The ability to lift, push, pull, or carry objects using hands, arms, back, abdominal muscles, shoulders, legs, or a combination of these muscle groups.
Protective Equipment: The ability to wear all necessary personal protective equipment to perform job functions.
Stamina: The ability to exert oneself physically over long periods of time. This may include performing repetitive or strenuous tasks as well as standing and sitting for long periods.
Visual Acuity: The ability to see details (e.g., letters, numbers, codes, color, symbols, marks, labels, signs, video displays including iPads) clearly to accomplish work tasks in a safe and efficient manner.
Proper Lifting Techniques: The ability to properly lift heavy objects or equipment. This includes the knowledge of correct bending and lifting techniques as needed to properly position and use one's hands, feet, legs, arms, and back to lift objects or equipment, and to push, pull, and carry heavy objects.
Hand-Eye Coordination: The ability to coordinate one's eyes with one's fingers, wrists, or arms to move, carry, or manipulate objects or to perform other job-related tasks.
Work Conditions: The ability to perform job activities, with appropriate intermittent relief where applicable, under difficult work conditions such as in extreme cold, heat, inclement weather, at heights, while exposed to constant/intermittent sounds.
Climbing: The ability to climb, work, and carry items up and down ladders.
Manual Dexterity: The ability to make quick, accurate, skillful, coordinated movements of one hand, one hand in coordination with its arm, or two hands to grasp, place, move, or assemble objects.
Tight Working Conditions: The willingness and ability to work in cramped/tight working conditions where mobility is restricted.
Safety Harness: The ability to wear the safety harness to perform job functions. Lifts up to 50 pounds with or without assistance and 200 lb. team lift.