Your local Bi-Mart is looking for an outstanding individual to join the Cashier team. Whether it's the everyday shopping list, a home improvement project, automotive maintenance, or outfitting for the great outdoors, you'll find it and more at your local Bi-Mart. We're part of the neighborhood, and we've served generations of Northwest families with honest values that your family can count on.$16.28 - $18.9 an hour
We are looking for an organized and hardworking Cashier to join Bi-Mart. This position builds, promotes, and delivers a high degree of customer service. As a community-based company, we want our customers to feel right at home when they shop at Bi-Mart.$18 - $20 an hourFull-time
As an employee-owned company, Bi-Mart stores are open 9:00 am - 8:00 pm Monday - Friday and 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Saturday - Sunday. Whether it's the everyday shopping list, a home improvement project, automotive maintenance, or outfitting for the great outdoors, you'll find it and more at your local Bi-Mart.Full-timeApply NowUpdated 7 days ago
Bi-Mart stores are convenient, easy to shop at, and offer real values every day on name brand products. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at Bi-Mart. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.Full-timeApply NowUpdated 3 days ago
Why work for Bi-Mart? Previous experience as a cashier, sales associate, bagger, courtesy clerk, or other retail positions are a plus. The Store Team is responsible for achieving and maintaining a high level of customer service and friendliness, which includes our outstanding cashier team.Full-timeApply NowUpdated 11 days ago
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