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Switch is looking for a Cashier

Become a Cashier and complete someone's day.

At the end of the customer's buying journey, the cashier is the last to leave an impression that makes or breaks a customer's store experience. Switch is looking for a courteous cashier who possesses excellent customer service skills.

You must be dedicated to providing exceptional customer service and display a positive attitude when interacting with customers and employees. Your main duties include ringing up sales, collecting payment, giving appropriate change, bagging items, requesting price checks, and honoring coupons.

You must be ready to take the challenge and how to handle a wave of customers during peak hours. As a cashier, being honest and have excellent attention to detail is a must.

Your Duties and Responsibilities

  • Greet customers including answering phones and directing customer inquiries to appropriate party

  • Receives and process all payments according to standard procedures

  • Informs customers about services available and assesses customer needs

  • Complete, process and maintain applicable paper works and records

  • Submit daily and weekly sales reports

  • Ensure accuracy of all cash and credit card transactions

Your Qualifications and Skills

  • At least college level

  • With cash handling experience

  • Ability to work under pressure

  • Keen to detail and highly observant

  • Good English communication skills

  • Must be computer literate

At Switch, we think different but we work as one. We believe that success is a progressing journey of constant learning, improvement, and growth everyday. We help each other overcome any challenge and we don't settle for less. We value trust and respect for one another and work collaboratively with a can-do attitude.

Join us and grow your career while enriching people’s lives through technology at Switch! Submit your application letter and updated resume to jobs@switch.com.ph








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What is the purpose of this fellowship?

To help aspiring finance entrepreneurs in the design and launch of market-based innovative financial products that help address the finance challenges faced by Jordan and the greater region.

What will I gain from this program?

The list of program outcomes:

• Fundable financial instruments that hold the potential of positively impact economic and/or social growth in MENA and beyond.

• Knowledge on wider offering of types of finance products and investment styles available and the situations in which they are most appropriate. To also speed in the creation of models for financing innovation.

• An understanding and ability to navigate the following concepts:

- fundraising

- team

- structuring a fund/finance product

- understanding financial models/return expectations

- governance and investment decision making

- operating and administrating funds

- reporting and compliance procedures.

• An initial list of potential funding options for the finance product.

• Network of peers and/or mentors to help guide and support the journey.

Is there a fee to join this program?

Fellows are not responsible for the cost of their fellowship journey's. We work on pairing fellows with partner institutions and organizations for sponsorships themselves (e.g. through the nominating party or the applicant's organizations).

When are nomination forms/applications due?

Nominations/applications are currently open. The window for nominations and applications will close after October 9, 2020. Should you need support with the application, please contact us at info@beyondcapital.vc.

Who is an ideal candidate? Who is eligible to apply?

Ideal candidates must:

• Have the intellect, desire, and ability to solve specific access to finance challenge

• Have the necessary experience and/or requisite support to design, curate, and launch a relevant innovation finance product

• Have an understanding of the finance sector in some capacity or form

• Be in a position in their career or organization where they are able to take on a leadership role to advance innovation finance options in Jordan, Saudi Arabic and/or MENA as a whole.

• Have a DNA of empathy, inclusiveness, and integrity

• Be able to clearly benefit from the ifada program

• Be open-minded and able to contribute to dynamic and diverse points of view

• Be prototype minded

What is the expected duration of this program? What is the time commitment?

The program’s tentative start is in November 5, 2020. As the quality of the Fellows is prioritized, the exact schedule of seminars will be structured to accommodate participants. Once the Fellowship class is finalized, we will finalize seminar dates with participants.

Fellows will attend seminars which are spaced out over the course of six months, with total commitment at around 5 days a month.

Where will this program take place?

Main location will be in Amman, Jordan but the fellowship program consists of a mix of online and offline content. All seminars will be available to attend online for those who cannot attend in person; however, as some sessions emphasize in person interaction, it will be highly encouraged to attend those in person to receive the most value from this module. Regardless, and given potential travel and COViD-19 related constraints, we will adapt as best as we can to make the modules online-friendly.

Am I allowed to only attend certain segments?

We ask fellows to attend the seminars in their entirety, start to finish. The seminars are an essential component of the Fellowship and missing any part is unfair to the sponsors and the rest of the fellowship class.

Where can nominees be based?  ​

We have designed this fellowship to impact the financial and entrepreneurial environments in Jordan and tthe greater MENA region. Fellows do not have to be in any particular country their initiatives should be focused on impact within the MENA region.


What will the learning journey look like?

The learning journey map spans six different core studios. Each studio offers a set of modules that provides fellows with learning, concepts, and resources that they can implement into their products over the course of their fellowship. 1. Impact studio: define your theory of change, understand frameworks for measuring impacts, and set standards for reporting.
2. Exploration & Foundation Studio: acquire a conceptual background on financial products through an overview of financial instruments, as well as an understanding of the investor landscape and the process of data collection and investment thesis validation.
3. Design Studio: apply a design thinking approach to product development through a process of designing and synthesizing research, generating ideas, prototyping, and testing your product.
4. Returns & Fund Economics Studio: model the economics of your financing products including returns economics, budgets and forecasts, and fundraising.
5. Corporate Structure & Legal Terms Studio: outline your corporate structure and understand government and jurisdictional regulations.
6. Storytelling Studio: shape and refine your narrative to design a story that can motivate, captivate, and inspire your internal and external stakeholders. The core curriculum is complemented by a series of inspirational speakers and a diverse range of mentors, mock investment committees, and a wide range of other learning tools and resources to help launch fellow’s products.

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