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Current Openings:

Please email resume to jobs@habitat-utah.org with the position you are applying for in the subject line, or in person at 6280 Silver Creek Drive, Park City, Utah 84098

  • RESTORE ASSOCIATE

    Full and Part-time positions available

    Are you looking for a meaningful career opportunity where you can support a mission and help change lives in the Greater Park City area? Join the crew at the Habitat ReStore for a unique experience! We are looking for full-time associates who want to make a difference in the community.

    As a ReStore Associate, you will be a member of a dynamic team who uses skills of communication, collaboration, enthusiasm, wit and a “work hard/play hard” attitude to help process donations, load and unload items, and assist customers as needed. Daily responsibilities include providing excellent and engaging customer service, assisting our pickup team on the truck to load and unload donated items, cleaning, pricing, stocking, and rearranging items, and working to ensure that customers and donors have a positive experience at the ReStore.

    Download the full job description here.

  • RESTORE WAREHOUSE TEAM LEAD

    Full-time; Includes Benefits

    The ReStore Warehouse Team Lead’s role is to supervise the smooth operation of the receiving, procurement, inflow and outflow of ReStore product. As well, the position is customer facing, and representation of the ReStore and HFH brand is a factor in each. This person must have communication skills that promote productivity in a dynamic, often unpredictable work environment. The job is physically demanding, and a commitment to utilizing best practices and safety measures is essential. In addition, being solution oriented and regular collaboration with teammates to build best practices, set priorities and facilitate productivity are all traits that are important to this role.

    JOB DUTIES:
    In coordination with the ReStore Manager, provides general oversight of warehouse operations and staff/volunteer supervision to optimize work-flow, team work and scheduling.
    Oversees the screening and receiving of donations being dropped off for quality and ability to re-sell. Able to tactfully and politely accept or decline merchandise based on established guidelines. Accepting product and/or cash donations through donation area and providing receipts for donors.
    Assists as needed with unloading of all donations at the Restore loading dock in preparation for processing to the sales floor, overseeing that merchandise is staged properly in the receiving area once unloaded in preparation for processing to sales floor.
    Under the direction of the ReStore Manager, evaluate or research the value of incoming donations. Ensure processes are in place for proper pricing and labeling and/or signage on merchandise before placing on the sales floor.
    Oversee the proper disposal of unwanted or recyclable items.
    Provides outstanding customer service at donation receiving, donation pick-up, sales floor– serving as an ambassador of Habitat for Humanity to the community.
    Under the direction of the ReStore Manager, implements daily warehouse assignments, trafficking coverage at the donation drop-off area, sales floor/merchandising, donation pick-ups, pricing, and on special projects.
    Oversees all staff and volunteers adhere to the ReStore Safety guidelines and the use of safety equipment at all times when handling donations, equipment, merchandise and fixtures.
    Keep the sales floor and receiving areas in an orderly manner, ensuring maximum sales potential.
    Provide training to new ReStore Associates and ReStore Truck Drivers.
    Interacting with donating customers in a friendly, solution oriented way.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Must have knowledge of basic computer skills.
    Must have a high school diploma or equivalent GED.
    Valid Driver’s License and a clean driving record.
    Ability to move, lift, carry furniture and building materials donations.

  • RESTORE TRUCK DRIVER/ DONATIONS AMBASSADOR

    Full and Part-time positions available

    To administer the smooth operation of the conveyance and transport of scheduled donations via the ReStore Donations truck. As well, the position is customer facing, and representation of the ReStore and HFH brand is a factor in each day’s work. The job includes collecting donations from donors and conveying the mission of HFHSWC.

    JOB DUTIES:
    Utilizing the ReStore Truck to collect scheduled donations including:
    Manage the day’s scheduled pickups.
    Drive the truck in a safe manner to planned destinations.
    Safely load and unload items onto and off the truck.
    Appropriately pack/secure donated items on truck to ensure their integrity while transported.
    Interact with customers in a friendly, solution oriented manner.
    Maintain ReStore Donations Truck, including keeping it clean at all times, as well as managing truck maintenance schedule.
    Responsible for leading, training and mentoring truck partners as needed.
    Assist with communication / scheduling of donation pick ups.
    Processing donations in the receiving area including:
    Accepting product donations through donation area and providing receipts for donors.
    Evaluate or research the value of incoming donations for the purpose of repairing, cleaning, pricing and placing product on floor.
    Proper disposal of unwanted or recyclable items.
    Maintenance of receiving area, includes straightening, cleaning and organizing workspace on a regular and consistent basis to ensure a safe work environment.
    Interacting with donating customers in a friendly, solution oriented way.
    Responding to customer service requests for moving items off the floor after purchase.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Must have knowledge of basic computer skills.
    Must have a high school diploma or equivalent GED
    Successful employees will have problem solving and analytical ability to utilize time management and space management to juggle an ever changing environment.
    Communication skills and interpersonal skills are important for dealing with customers as well as fellow staff members.
    Valid Driver’s License and a clean driving record. (NO CDL REQUIRED)
    Ability to move, lift, carry furniture and building material donations

  • AMERICORPS CONSTRUCTION CREW LEAD

    Full-Time

    The Construction Crew Leader plays an integral part in building and repairing more homes, leading to better neighborhoods and communities.
    As a construction crew leader, some job duties may include:

    • Assisting with hands-on construction tasks including but not limited to framing, insulation, drywall,
    flooring, roofing, finish carpentry and landscaping.
    • Provide on-site orientations and safety talks to groups of volunteers and homeowner families.
    • Help with materials management on-site and at the affiliate warehouse and storage trailers.
    • Maintain site logs and project summaries for each project for progress assessment.

    Click here to apply at Habitat International.


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