Vending machine attendant (mvo)

Company Name:
Navy Exchange Services (NEX)
Location: United States-Nevada-Fallon
Job Number: 140003JL
Job Summary:
Performs various duties involving the maintenance and operation of vending, money changing machines and juke boxes.
Operates a motor vehicle primarily over roads located on base in the performance of duties.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Maintains Exchange owned machines daily. Inspects, replenishes with hot/cold foods and/or beverages, (i.e. sandwiches, cakes, pies, popcorn, salads, fruits, pastry, sodas, beers, yogurt, laundry detergent, etc.).
Checks refrigerated machines to ensure health codes are adhered to, (i.e., expiration dates of yogurt, sandwiches, etc.) and that foods are not spoiled removes aged foods or other merchandise from machines.
Prepares Merchandise Tranfer (SS/112) for amount of sandwiches, salads required and forwards to Department K4 for processing.
May assist in preparing vending items such as sandwiches, jello, salads, etc.
Sets up and maintains prices in machine on items being sold; maintains a current price list.
Assists in relocating and installing new machines at locations: cleans interiors and exteriors using appropriate cleaning solutions.
Makes settings and adjustments on food dispensing, liquid dispensing and coin changer units, changes records of juke boxes and removes cash weekly. Prepares Cash Collection Slip (SS/411)
Collects monies from vending machines at locations according to established schedule.
As required, accompanies Vending Contractors, verifying cash taken from vendor owned machines.
Also, collects cash from car wash, soap and bleach and other miscellaneous items sold by machine.
Counts and prepares Vending Machine Cash Collection Slip (SS/411) by date, type of machine, number of machine name of attendant and cash meter readings.
Clears coin jams and makes refunds at designated locations.
Collects turn-in money bags daily from Cash Handling Clerk; counts and verifies cash receipt, prepares Daily Cash Receipt (SS/120) and arranges for deposit in accordance with established procedures.
Receives bills from Cash Handling Clerk and purchases coins from Cashier's Cage, Navy Exchange.
Operates motor vehicle primarily over roads on base in the performance of duties. Loads and unloads mechandise by hand or dolly; insures that merchansdise is protected from damage or bad weather.
Prepares and maintains Daily Trip Report of all trips made.
Performs inspection of vehicle for proper maintenance such as checking gas and oil, required oil change, tune-ups, etc.
Cleans vehicle and secures in designated area at end of day.
Obtains receipt for all repairs and maintains records of repairs made.
Does preventative maintenance on vehicle.
May be assigned to clean the laundry room in the BEQ and maintain it in a clean and orderly manner; sweeps, mops floors, cleans machines and empties trash cans.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Frequently stands, stoops, walks and lifts objects weighing up to 30 pounds. walks and handles light weight objects.
Work is performed both inside and outside. Incumbent is occasionally exposed to bad weather conditions while loading and unloading vehicle. Drives in all types of weather, and is subject to cuts, bruises and broken bones as a result of accidents while driving or loading and unloading vehicle.
1. Must possess a valid state driver's license or a valid commercial driver's license (CDL).
2. Must possess the knowledge and skills necessary to operate a motor vehicle safely Qualifications: GENERAL EXPERIENCE:
18 months of experience that provided the applicant with knowledge and skill to perform various duties involving the maintenance and operation of vending, money changing machines, juke boxes, etc.
One year of high school education may be substituted for 3 months of experience up to a High School Diploma or GED for 12 months of experience.
Candidates must possess a valid state driver's license or a valid commercial driver's license (CDL); and consistent record of safe driving.
Frequently stands, stoops, walks and lifts objects weighing up to 30 pounds.

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