Helena Area Habitat for Humanity is a regional entity that is part of a global nonprofit housing organization and we are seeking a dedicated, mission-minded, relationship-oriented Restore Associate to join our Helena team. If you have a passion for people and have a desire to impact your community, this may be the career opportunity just for you!
Position Overview: This is an off-campus position. The Helena Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a business that focuses on the reuse and reclamation of building materials and furniture. We are searching for an individual who is a team player to serve in the critical position of ReStore Associate. The ReStore is a fun and team-oriented environment which exists to financially support the mission of Helena Area Habitat for Humanity in building homes with and for families with low income. The ReStore is one of the largest recycling operations in the county, diverting hundreds of tons of usable materials for the landfill each year.
This position is responsible for working in the day-to-day operations of the ReStore, leading teams of volunteers in daily activities, and driving the Helena Area ReStore truck to area businesses & donor’s homes to pick up donations in a safe and timely manner. The successful candidate for this position will embrace the mission-focused culture of Helena Area Habitat for Humanity, have excellent interpersonal, customer service, and sales skills, a great driving record, and a passion to impact the lives of the clients and communities we serve.
Mission commitment – committed to Habitat’s mission and values and consider them as a framework for all professional decisions.
Diversity commitment – compelled by our Koinonia roots to put God’s love into action and pursue housing justice for all by driving diversity, equity and inclusion with accountability and trust while attracting and retaining diverse, mission-driven talent representative of the community we serve.
People commitment – dedicated to working effectively as a team member with staff, volunteers, homeowners, and other stakeholders from all races, faiths and backgrounds.
Results commitment – goal-driven, results-oriented and committed to building quality, affordable homes, and recognize that each member of our team has a vital role in that goal.
Personal development commitment – committed to self-evaluation and ongoing professional development, striving to stay current with best practices in our work personally and as an organization.
Sales and operations
Warmly welcoming customers / donors as they enter the ReStore.
Accurately completing the opening and closing procedures for the cash register.
Accurately ringing up customer transactions on the register, including handling cash and credit card transactions.
Handle all customer credit card information and sales data / donor information confidentially.
Assisting customers by answering questions and enhancing their shopping experience.
Answering phones in a timely manner
Ensuring cleanliness of sales floor area: floors, bathrooms, windows, shelves, etc.
Ensure that every donor receives timely, courteous service.
Assist donors with unloading their donations.
Clean, price, and prepare donation and place them in the “Ready” Zone
Operate donation trucks in a safe, lawful, and courteous manner.
Maintain cleanliness of trucks interior and exterior
Regular maintenance checks to ensure readiness of truck and equipment at all times including reporting any maintenance concerns to supervisor.
Unload the donation truck when it returns.
Special Work Requirements:
Requires the physical ability to sit, climb a ladder, walk, and/or stand for prolonged periods of time. While the Habitat for Humanity ReStore is smoke-free, much of the work may be in non-temperature-controlled conditions, possibly outdoors. The position requires persons who can safely lift and carry at least 50 - 75 lbs. on a regular basis while moving at a fast pace and regularly walking, bending, twisting, and kneeling. Valid driver’s license required, clean driving record, ability to travel in adverse weather conditions. Prior experience in similar positions is desired.
About Habitat for Humanity: Founded in Americus, Georgia, USA, in 1976, Habitat for Humanity today operates around the globe and has helped build, renovate and repair more than 22 million decent, affordable houses worldwide. Helena Area Habitat for Humanity is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
Employment Specifications: Work-Study eligible students only
Work Schedule: 10 hours/week, Tuesday to Saturday (schedule TBD)
Wage Rate: $13.00/hour
Supervisor: Russ Hill
Contact Information: email at email@example.com or call 406-204-5098
Location: 1320 Market Street Helen, MT 59601