24-32 hours/week (Hourly/Non-exempt)
Health Benefits (with 50% employee contribution)
PTO Monthly craft allowance of $25 which expires at the end of each month.
Reports to: Reuse Supply Manager, Director
Direct Reports: None
JOB SUMMARY: his position is responsible for receiving, processing and managing high quality and safe creative reuse materials for retail and providing excellent customer service in a welcoming environment. This position is well-trained in both the reuse supply/retail and recovery/donations duties and will be scheduled in both capacities in any given week dependent upon the needs of the store/recovery. The Peer Leadership Team determines the scheduling needs for maximum efficiency. Duties include, but are not limited to: Recovery & Donations ● Providing excellent customer relations while receiving materials ● Staying current on what materials are accepted ● Using appropriate protocol in processing received materials ● Using appropriate pricing protocol as directed by the Recovery and Donations Coordinator ● Stock items according to accepted protocol onto the floor or back stock area ● Working with Reuse Supply Coordinator to develop efficient systems for materials processing ● Maintaining high quality standards for handling materials ● Help direct materials volunteers to ensure safe and efficient processing Reuse Supply ● Providing excellent customer service ▪ Communicate effectively ▪ Ensure customers are greeted professionally, warmly and helpfully ● Retail cashiering ● Opening/closing store as scheduled ● Sort, stock and organize sections ● Maintain a clean and orderly shopping environment ● Assist with display and promotions ● Offer creative advice as requested ● Other duties as assigned by the Reuse Supply Coordinator Working Conditions ● A high frequency of unassisted heavy lifting (up to 50 lbs. on an occasional basis per shift) ● Bending, stooping and climbing ● Standing and walking for the duration of the shift ● Working in hot and cold climates
Expectations of all SCRAP Staff ● Work as part of a team with other staff, programs, volunteers and Board of Directors to fulfill SCRAP’s mission ● Communicate effectively and focus on good stakeholder relations ● Greet stakeholders professionally, warmly and helpfully ● Stay current with the environmental services community and sources of information and referral for callers and customers ● Stay current with developments in recycling and reuse, including legislation and availability of recyclable materials markets ● When necessary, say “no” tactfully and suggest other community resources to meet appropriate need ● With other staff, act as an Ambassador for SCRAP in the community
to apply for this position, email Liz Start at firstname.lastname@example.org with your cover letter, resume, and references as attachments (cover letters and documents in the body of the email will not be accepted). No phone calls.