Goodwill Amity

Job Position: DONOR GREETER

  • Application Deadline: 5th February 2023
  • Employment Type: Full time
  • Location(s): Oakville
  • Compensation: $18.50 per hour
  • How to Apply: Submit your resume and cover letter to spope@goodwillonline.ca
    or submit them using the Apply button below.

Required Qualifications:

WHAT WE LOOK FOR IN OUR DONOR GREETERS:
✓ Service with a smile – Strong customer service and communication skills.
✓ Teamwork – Able to work with minimal supervision yet contribute as part of a team.
✓ Reliable and self-motivated with energy and enthusiasm.
✓ Able to safely lift up-to 50 pounds, do some bending and carrying, standing and walking for extended periods of time.

Key Responsibilities:

WHAT AN IMPORTANT JOB! As a Donor Greeter you may be the first Goodwill employee a donation customer meets. Your task is to provide outstanding customer service, greeting with a smile and assisting the customer with their clothing or household donations from curb-side or in-store.
WHAT OUR DONOR GREETERS DO: ✓ Greet and assist donation customers in-store or curb-side to accept donations.
✓ Accept, organize, and sort incoming donations effectively and efficiently.
✓ Keep the donations area clean and well-organized.
✓ Work safely while meeting donor objectives on a daily basis.

Additional Details:

THE DETAILS:
• Hours & Scheduling – Full-time – 32 to 40 hours per week. We offer variable scheduling, however candidates must be flexible in their availability to cover shifts that may include weekdays & early evenings, Saturday, Sunday, and stat holidays.
• Hourly Wage – Competitive hourly wage rate (Starting at $18.50/hour) commensurate with experience.
• Benefits – Our Full-time program includes Extended Healthcare, Dental, Vision Care, Travel, Employee Assistance Program, Pension Plan with company match, Store Purchase Discount.

About Our Company:

Proud to be an equal opportunity employer
Goodwill, The Amity Group strives to be an inclusive and safe space for all, and to accurately reflect the diversity of the various stakeholders that we serve. We strongly encourage expressions of interest from people who are members of marginalized and/or underserved/underrepresented communities, especially individuals who identify with: First Nations, Metis, or Inuit, or people of colour; diverse gender and sexual identities (including LGBTQ2+); people with disability.