It's their job: Video clerk lands dream job
September 7, 2009
Richard O'Hare is a video clerk at Landall’s Box Office
What is your background? I was born and raised here in Portales.
Time on the job? On the 15th it will be seven months.
What does your job entail? I help keep the masses entertained. I file movies and video games. I restock them and the candy. I actually have my dream job.
Why did you choose this job? I’ve have always wanted to work at Landall’s since I was a little kid.
What is a typical day for you? I help customers find movies they want to watch. I also recommend ones that I have seen. I watch a lot of movies while at work, and I also get to preview new releases first. It’s customer orientated here so I do what I can to help our customers.
What of training, if any, is needed for this job? There really isn’t training. You learn the computer system and how the business runs by just working here.
What do you enjoy most about your job? There is a lot of good things about my job. I like my boss and the people I work with. Movies are something I am passionate about, and I get to be around them and video games all day.
What do you enjoy doing when you are not at work? I take my work home with me. I like watching movies and playing video games.
— Compiled by PNT Correspondent Carrie Pendleton