Store Stockers keep the shelves stocked in grocery and retail stores. They do the job of moving merchandise from the stockroom and organizing it on the shelves in appropriate locations. In addition to placing merchandise on store shelves, they also assist in changing price stickers, reorganizing or setting up product displays and answering customer queries while on the shop floor. Store stockers usually work night shifts so that they do not inconvenience shoppers during shopping hours.
This is an entry level position. There are no special education requirements to become a store stockers. You can get hired for this role even is you do not have a high school diploma. Having some experience can help increase your chances of finding employment.
The job does involve a lot of lifting so you must be physically fit. Other attributes necessary for the job are the ability to work night shifts, good communication skills and excellent customer service skills.
At your interview, you will most likely be asked questions to determine your suitability for the job. Your interviewer will want to know why you think you'd be a good fit for the job and what are your long-term career goals. They will also want to know whether you can work night shifts.