Supermarket clerk - Salary and Career
Marketing, Marketing and Communications Managers

Supermarket clerk - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They prepare strategic plans in the areas of commercialization, marketing and communication for agro-industrial, industrial, commercialization and services companies in general, implement activities and coordinate their execution, advise the board and sectors of the company. In the area of activity, they manage human resources, administer material and financial resources and promote safety, health, environmental preservation and quality conditions. They act in the political decision-making process, participate in the formulation of public policies, elaborate and establish government relations strategies, analyze regulatory or normative risks and defend the interests of those represented.

How much does an Supermarket clerk earn

A Supermarket clerk earns between $1.390 and $14.871 per month, with an average monthly salary of $4.453 and a median salary of $2.364 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 73.073 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Supermarket clerk

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 4.453 53.433 1.113 21
1º Quartile 1.390 16.686 348 7
Median Salary 2.364 28.368 591 11
3º Quartile 11.341 136.096 2.835 53
Higher Salary 14.871 178.453 3.718 70

Professional job categories

  • Senior members of the public power, managers of public interest organizations and companies, managers
    • managers
      • support area managers
        • marketing, marketing and communications managers

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Main workplaces

Marketing, Marketing and Communications Managers the positions of this CBO family carry out their activities as salaried workers with a formal contract. They work in work teams under occasional supervision, they work indoors during the day. They can act under pressure, leading them to a stressful situation.

What does it take to work in the field of Marketing, Marketing and Communications Managers

These occupations are performed by professionals with higher education, regular education or higher technology courses (technologists). The time required for the full exercise of the functions is four to five years of professional experience.

Functions and activities of Supermarket clerk

Marketing, Marketing and Communications Managers must:

  • elaborate strategic plan for business areas and/or relationships;
  • implement public relations and ombudsman actions;
  • acting in the political decision process;
  • advise management and organization sectors;
  • acting in political decision making;
  • implement business and relationship activities;
  • advise the organization's board of directors and sectors;
  • advise board of directors and organization sectors;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • elaborate strategic plan for business areas and/or relationships;
  • manage human resources;
  • manage material and financial resources;
  • implementing business activities and relationships;
  • act in the political decision process;
  • coordinating business activities and relationships;
  • implementing business and relationship activities;
  • develop a strategic plan for the business areas and/or relationships;
  • develop a strategic plan for the business areas and/or relationships;
  • acting in political decision process;
  • work in political decision process;
  • implant public relations and ombudsman actions;
  • acting in political decision-making;
  • advise the organization's management and sectors;
  • coordinate business activities and relationships;
  • implement business activities and relationships;

  • Activities

    • participate in the development of educational projects;
    • subsidize new product development;
    • coordinate execution of advertising campaigns and promotions;
    • establish goals and performance indicators;
    • defending the interests of the represented in the decision-making process;
    • act with empathy;
    • review plans;
    • suggest events (fairs, conventions, congresses, seminars);
    • evaluate staff satisfaction level;
    • demonstrate synthesis ability;
    • implement institutional and advertising campaigns;
    • plan actions to promote the institutional image;
    • monitor media;
    • participate in institutional and/or advertising campaigns;
    • establish dialogue;
    • evaluate performance;
    • organizing the agenda of meetings and work of the bodies involved in the decision-making process policy;
    • monitoring government actions (executive, legislative and judicial) with potential sectoral impact and institutional;
    • analyze claim;
    • plan the rational use of resources;
    • work as a team;
    • manage profitability;
    • advise in the contacts with different publics of the organization's relations;
    • perform sales campaigns;
    • suggest improvements in customer service;
    • creating customer loyalty programs and actions;
    • demonstrate organizational skills;
    • monitor relationship with internal and external customers;
    • demonstrate analytical reasoning ability;
    • plan rational use of resources;
    • demonstrate synthesis ability;
    • advise in contacts with the press;
    • monitor competitors' performance;
    • represent the company publicly;
    • monitoring the competition;
    • subsidize development and/or process improvements;
    • demonstrate negotiation skills;
    • negotiate project conditions and priorities;
    • advise in contacts with various stakeholders in the organization's relations;
    • monitor goals and performance indicators;
    • assisting customers in sales and marketing activities;
    • analyze the claim;
    • detect professional training needs;
    • analyze customer demand;
    • establish communication policies and procedures;
    • manage relocations;
    • coordinate customer service;
    • developing government relations strategy;
    • work as a team;
    • manage budgets;
    • plan advertising campaigns;
    • think strategically;
    • analyzing the stakeholder's regulatory demand;
    • write announcements, requirements, rules and/or procedures;
    • participating in the formulation of public policies;
    • forward requests to those responsible;
    • know how to listen;
    • give feedback to the public (feedback);
    • promote safety, health, environment and quality conditions;
    • analyze economic-financial factors;
    • elaborate recommendations for actions and solutions;
    • analyzing normative impact;
    • managing regulatory/normative risks;
    • analyze regulatory/normative risk;
    • serve the internal and external audit;
    • plan sales campaigns;
    • monitor contracts;
    • evaluate performance;
    • lead people;
    • perform a feasibility study;
    • analyze context;
    • identify the need to hire personnel;
    • developing profiles (parliamentary and authorities);
    • establishing government relationship strategy;
    • holding events (fairs, conventions, congresses, seminars);
    • demonstrate systemic vision;
    • implementing actions to publicize the institutional image (internal and external public);
    • analyze political and social factors;
    • manage teams;
    • inform the interested party of the work agenda of the bodies involved;
    • monitoring public issues (laws, decrees, public opinion);
    • identify the need for resources;
    • performing actions to increase market share;
    • elaborate budgets;
    • charge actions;
    • participate in customer loyalty programs and actions;
    • analyze market trends;
    • define professional profiles;
    • recommend donations and/or sponsorships;
    • relate with the media, government agencies, class entities and associations, among others;
    • optimize costs and resources;
    • mediate conflicts;
    • participate in communication policies and procedures;
    • research the market;
    • check information for disclosure;
    • monitor company and product market share;
    • research behaviors, opinions and habits;
    • evaluate media performance in terms of advertising campaigns and/or institutional image, corporate reputation;
    • implementing customer services;
    • support in the preparation of the organization's strategic plan;
    • review cvs;
    • demonstrate flexibility;
    • list job/function activities;
    • formulate incentive plan;
    • capture resources;
    • search the market;
    • plan events (fairs, conventions, congresses, seminars);
    • analyze scenarios;
    • implementing institutional image dissemination actions (internal and external public);
    • planning regulatory/normative risk mitigation action;
    • establish commercial policy;
    • manage conflicts between parties;
    • view cvs;
    • hiring third party services;
    • demonstrate interpersonal skills;
    • demonstrate creativity;
    • scaling team;
    • elaborate documents and documents to support defense;
    • negotiate with stakeholders;
    • demonstrate abstraction skills;
    • evaluate alternative solutions;
    • determining price ranges for marketing;
    • mapping decision process;
    • negotiate with customers;
    • prepare reports;
    • suggest legislative/normative proposals;
    • monitor the execution of third-party services;
    • suggest communication policies and procedures;
    • demonstrate communication skills;
    • request technical notes from the competent areas;
    • hold events (fairs, conventions, congresses, seminars);
    • monitor the performance of the competition;
    • interview candidates;
    • delegate assignments;
    • create customer loyalty programs and actions;
    • advise board of directors and sectors on participation in events;
    • make decisions;
    • detect expectations and needs;
    • perform active listening;
    • monitor public issues (laws, decrees, public opinion);
    • advise in contacts with the press;
    • search market;
    • manage customer satisfaction level;
    • charge team results;
    • support in the preparation of budget targets;
    • developing a profile of decision-makers, influencers and stakeholders;
    • authorize payments;

    Sectors that hire Supermarket clerk the most in the job market

    • retailer of clothing and accessories
    • retail merchandise in general, with predominance of food products - supermarkets
    • combined office and administrative support services
    • retail merchandise in general, with predominance of food products - minimarkets, grocery stores and warehouses
    • restaurants and similar
    • aesthetic activities and other beauty care services
    • retailer of fuels for motor vehicles
    • snack bars, tea houses, juice houses and the like
    • other service activities provided mainly to companies
    • multiple banks, with commercial portfolio

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