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Cash Office Retail Assistant - Leeds



3d ago

  • Job
    Entry Level / Graduate
  • Hospitality & Retail
  • Leeds


  • Dealing with cash is an important role at Primark, so we need just the right person for the job. Here’s what we need from you:
  • You’ve got great attention to detail
  • You’re honest, a strong communicator and good with numbers
  • You can spot potential issues in the cash office, manage them, and keep store management up to date
  • You’re a team player with high levels of motivation and a positive attitude


  • As a Cash Office Retail Assistant, you’ll be directly contributing to the profitability of the store. Here’s what this looks like in action:
  • Preparing and organising floats, as well as cashing up and balancing tills
  • Performing spot checks on all tills, making sure they have enough change in them to give our customers a seamless experience
  • Completing cash lifts with security and management
  • You’ll carry out safety checks on cash coming in or going out, balance petty cash floats, and account for all cash at the end of each day
  • You’ll also support your store by running reports to look at how we’re performing

Retail & Consumer Goods
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Mission & Purpose

Primark is an international clothing retailer employing more than 70,000 colleagues across 16 countries in Europe and the US. Founded in Ireland in 1969 under the Penneys brand, Primark aims to provide affordable choices for everyone, from great quality everyday essentials to stand-out style across women’s, men’s and kid’s, as well as beauty, homeware and accessories. With a focus on creating great retail experiences in-store, Primark continues to expand across new and existing markets with the aim of reaching 530 stores by the end of 2026. Primark is working to make more sustainable fashion affordable for everyone. Primark Cares is its commitment to doing better, every day - making more sustainable products everyone can afford, reducing its impact on the planet and improving the lives of workers. It has made a series of public commitments it plans to work towards and report on progress each year. These include making all its clothes from recycled or more sustainably sourced materials, ensuring clothing is recyclable by design, halving carbon emissions across the value chain and pursuing a living wage for workers in the supply chain.