Title: Thrift Store Manager
Part time: 30 Hours/week, plus benefits
Pay: $10.50-$12.50 per hour DOE
Work Hours: Tuesday through Saturday during the day
90 day probationary period
Community Helping Hands, located at the Gateway Center, exists to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of people to show them the love of Christ as we equip and empower them to help themselves and others. One of the ways we accomplish this mission is through an operation of a second-hand thrift-store, where items are sold to the public and also given away to eligible individuals and families with emergency needs for clothing, household items, and furniture. The operation of the store and management of donations provides opportunities for work experience, job training and mentoring for those assigned to work experience, community service and/or volunteer work.
The purpose of the Store Manager is to supervise all daily operations related to the Depot Thrift Store and Furniture Showrooms, including overseeing the management of donations, daily deposit, monthly bag sale, and Sewing Room. All first floor supervisors (warehouse, sorting room, bag sale, sewing room, showrooms) report to the Store Manager. CHH considers this to be a ministry position. The Store Manager reports to the Executive Director.
Supports CHH goals and mission
Highly organized individual with outstanding leadership and business skills
Excellent communication and people skills
Team player and highly relational
Self motivated; able to think and work independently
Must be able to supervise others and manage staff, both paid and unpaid
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsible for sales, cash management and daily deposit
Trains workers and volunteers in procedures for sorting donations, running cash register, showroom duties, etc
Responsible for store inventory, pricing, and merchandising
Responsible for system of organizing donation efficiently, including third floor storage and cleanup and donation truck pickups
Oversees monthly bag sales and annual Christmas shop
Oversees Sewing Room activities and sales
Coordinates with the office in regards to truck pick up schedule and scheduling workers, including time-sheets and evaluations of work experience participants.
Occasionally fills in at register and showroom, when needed.
Develops ideas for leadership and skill development for work experience participants
Develops ideas to attract quality donations
Please apply in person at the CHH office during hours of operation or email a resume/cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Helping Hands is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law.