Auditor / Team Leader

Dress code:

  • Any facial hair must be neat and clean.
  • Company provided uniform shirts must be clean and pressed and worn at all times at client sites. Male gender identified associates must wear shirts tucked in at all times. Sweater and jackets cannot be worn on the sales floor unless the employee is working in the frozen foods area.
  • No headgear is allowed to be worn at a customer inventory unless it’s a Corporate Office approved religious exemption. Neutral beanie caps (no political references, sports teams, or inappropriate language) are allowed in backroom freezers, but they must be removed once the employee exits the freezer counting duties.
  • Clean comfortable black shoes must be worn; black tennis shoes are acceptable.
  • Black pants or black jeans are acceptable, NO blue jeans.
  • Visible tattoos or visible body piercings are not acceptable. Your clothing must cover all tattoos.
  • Facial jewelry, specifically eyebrow, nose, and lip rings, posts, studs, or chains are not allowed. Facial jewelry should be removed prior to the start of the work shift.
  • Earrings for both men and women should be conservative and should not represent a hazard or interfere with performing your job duties.
  • Pants must be worn at the waist with a belt and men’s shirts should be tucked in.
  • Hair must be neatly groomed. Men’s hair may not be longer than collar length. Hair color for both men and women should be conservative.
  • Headphones, earphones, earbuds, or other listening devices (except for hearing aids) are prohibited from use while working.


Physical Job Requirements:

  • 4 – 8 hours on average (we commit to being on site until job completion) of stepping up on step stools, kneeling, standing, and stooping down to count merchandise from top shelves to bottom shelves.
    (It is not permitted to sit on step stools.)
  • Frequent reaching and stretching to view merchandise. (Duration varies based on customer type.)
  • Step stools must be lifted off the floor and carried, not dragged, from location to location.
  • Accurately counting inventory at grocery stores, retail stores or warehouses. Entering data into a handheld data collection device (10-key data entry) accompanied by a handheld scanner.
  • Carry up to 3 pounds on a utility belt for the duration of the day.



  • Prompt arrival at the meet spot for travel stores, and/or directly to stores for local inventories.
  • Prompt arrival and ready to count at the start time of the inventory.
  • Check your schedule weekly in PICSOL and confirm with your immediate Manager. All stores on the schedule must be accepted or rejected within one week of the planned work schedule. If you do not have internet access a paper copy of your schedule is available upon request.
  • Counting left to right, top to bottom and follow specific account flow.
  • Proper use of yellow tags.
  • Work efficiently, moving with a sense of urgency to eventually surpass minimum count expectations.
  • You are expected to accept a minimum of 80% of your weekly work schedule.
  • Report unsafe work conditions to a PICS supervisor or management representative.
  • Be a Team player – work well within a team concept.
  • Be professional at all times.