Great Part-time Retail Jobs in Massachusetts

As far as we're concerned our headquarters is located out here, in the stores, behind the counter, and by the pump. Our full and part-time retail customer service associates are the face and future of Cumberland Farms, working hard to ensure that customers get in, out, and happily along with their day. Whether just a part-time retail gig or a launch pad to a great full-time retail career, these positions are a great way to make a real difference every day.
As a Customer Service Associate, you are more than a retail clerk; you are the face of Cumberland Farms to our customers.

Whether you are looking for an incredible full-time retail career, or a great part-time retail job, the Customer Service Associate position is essential in our company.

 As a Customer Service Associate you will be responsible for the following:

  • Providing a pleasant shopping experience for all customers.
  • Providing prompt, efficient and courteous customer service.
  • Maintaining a clean, customer friendly environment in the store.
  • Completing customer transactions and responding to customer inquiries.
  • Replenishing products and supplies to ensure our products are well stocked.
  • Assisting the Store Manager with the proper execution of all store level merchandising and marketing programs.
  • Performing all regular cleaning activities and other tasks as outlined by the Store Manager.
Keys to Success

A Successful Customer Service Associate is friendly, enthusiastic, energetic and willing to learn. A Customer Service Associate can advance his/her career by promotion to a Customer Service Leader or a Manager in Training.

At Cumberland Farms our Customer Service Associates are the backbone of our Company. That is why we are looking for great people.  You can start your search for a great retail customer service job in Boston, Worcester, Springfield or the Cape and Islands by going to

1 comment:

Thomas said...

Great post. I started my retail career in Massachusetts 3 years ago while in school. I'm now in the MIT program and will hopefully be running my own store soon!