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Mennonite Central Committee Jobs | Hardline Associate Careers Opportunity In Kitchener, Ontario

Mennonite Central Committee Opened Hiring On Their Official Careers Portal, Job Seekers Who Are Eligible And Interested To Work With Mennonite Central Committee As A Hardline Associate, Now They Can Apply For Mennonite Central Committee Jobs. This Is Great Career Opportunity For Those Candidates Who Are Looking For A Employment Opportunity On Mennonite Central Committee Careers Portal. Candidates Need Experience From Relevant Field And Required Qualification. Selected Candidates Will Get A Pay Of Around $39752.00 Per Year. Mennonite Central Committee Jobs In Kitchener, Ontario.

Briefed Details Of Mennonite Central Committee Jobs For Position Of Hardline Associate

Recruiting Agency / Department :- Mennonite Central Committee

Vacant Position :- NO JOBS AVAILABLE AT TIME

Job Location :- Jobs In Kitchener, Ontario

Jobs Type :- Mennonite Central Committee Jobs Canada

Salary :- $39752.00 Per Year

Apply Through:- mcc.org

Mennonite Central Committee Jobs In Ontario, Canada Full Job Description

  • Position Title

    Hardline Associate

    FTE

    1.00

    Compensation Type

    Salary

    Salary Minimum

    $39,752.00

    Benefits

    Supplemental Medical/Dental/Vision, Life Insurance, AD&D, Retirement, EAP, LTD

    Location City

    Kitchener

    Location Country

    Canada

    Location Description

    Applications Close Date

    Nov 03, 2021

    Start Date

    Dec 01, 2021

    Start Date Flexible

    Term Length

    Qualifications

    All MCC workers are expected to exhibit a commitment to: a personal Christian faith and discipleship; active participation in a Christian church or Christian community; and nonviolent peacemaking. MCC is an equal opportunity employer, committed to employment equity. MCC values diversity and invites all qualified candidates to apply.Required

    • Self-motivated and willing to take initiative while at the same time willing to work as a team with staff and volunteers
    • Ability to create an atmosphere of a positive Christian presence within the shop
    • Strong interpersonal skills with people of all ages and backgrounds
    • Ability to make quick and thoughtful decisions
    • Willingness to grow and learn new skills
    • Basic social media skills (Instagram, Facebook)
    • Healthy balance of patience, humour and energy
    • Heart for justice, active peacemaking and global understanding
    • Create a customer centric culture – create a positive experience in all interaction points with customers, donors, volunteers, and colleagues
    • Basic working knowledge of MS Office programs including Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint
    • Ability to work independently and in a team setting, prioritizing a wide variety of tasks
    • Willing to work within and promote MCC Thrift Operating Principles
    • Required to work non-standard hours, including evenings and Saturdays
    • Ability to lift 50 lbs. and exert 11 to 25 lbs. of force frequently
    • May require 6 or more hours of intermittent standing or walking in a standard workday
    • Ability to repeatedly bend or stoop to floor level shelves and able to reach upper shelves with use of a stool or a ladder when necessary
    • Valid ‘G’ Ontario driver’s license
    • Police vulnerable sector check (required upon hire)
    • Legally able to work in Canada
    • All employees are required to show proof of both COVID vaccines, or proof of medical exemption prior to start date

    Preferred

    • Experience working with volunteers
    • Merchandising experience
    • Awareness of second-hand market and retail trends
    • Knowledge of antiques, collectibles, and brand recognition
    • Experience with Point of Sales systems and processing cash transactions

    Job Synopsis

    This salaried full-time position is responsible for keeping up with inventory flow in a fast paced, high-capacity setting. This position works closely with the management team in the day-to-day requirements of the shop.
    The Associate’s assignments are mainly in the workroom and may include:

    • The receiving area – loading and unloading vehicles and sorting donated items
    • The workroom area – cleaning and pricing donated goods, organizing overflow items and maintaining a flow of goods to the retail floor
    • Logistics – driving cube van of items to various locations (e.g. other shops, landfill etc.)

    Occasionally the Associate will be needed in the retail area:

    • Cash – working as a cashier, assisting with floats and daily reconciliations
    • The retail floor – merchandising and replenishing shelves and maintaining shop cleanliness.

    Working hours include evenings and Saturdays and are reflective of shop hours. The Associate will work in close collaboration with all of the shop staff team and volunteers.
    As required, the Associate will receive health and safety training including WHMIS and First AID, CPR upon hire.
    Thrift on Kent seeks to be a friendly, caring presence in the community, showing value and respect to all. Practicing and promoting faithful stewardship and care for God’s creation and raising funds for MCC are also key components to the mission statement of this and other MCCO Thrift Shops.
    MCC is a charitable organization that partners with churches and community organizations worldwide to walk with people who are disadvantaged. MCC supports activities that provide emergency assistance, reduce poverty, and promote healthy communities, sustainable living and alternatives to violence. As an internationally recognized NGO, MCC currently serves in more than 45 countries with over 475 partners, 1,000 staff and 40,000 volunteers.

    Challenges

    Key Responsibilities

    General

    • Serve as a brand advocate and ambassador for MCC mission and values in every interaction with customers and donors
    • Support Co-ordinators/Managers as needed to meet the demands of daily operations
    • Assist with special events and projects as needed
    • Establish and maintain positive working relationships with volunteers
    • Greet customers and donors, respond to questions and provide outstanding customer service
    • Ensure MCC Ontario policies and procedures are followed

    Workroom and Retail

    • Assist Coordinators in developing strategies to meet revenue targets in their areas of focus
    • Be proactive in maintaining clean workspaces that meet health & safety standards, in the workroom and on the retail floor
    • Assist with light cleaning to ensure immaculately clean retail and workroom environment (e.g. sweeping, dusting displays, recycling & garbage collection, etc.)
    • Assist in the ongoing organization of receiving area, workroom, sell-on items, and seasonal storage
    • Sort, clean and price donations in various departments as needed
    • Area of focus and responsibilities may be concentrated on key areas
    • Assist in maintaining the stock on the floor and setting up merchandise displays on the sales floor
    • Operate Point of Sale terminal and handle cash, gift cards and card payments with complete accuracy
    • Assist with cash floats and daily reconciliations
    • Use a discernable eye when dealing with antiques and collectibles, ensuring one-of-a-kind pieces are brought to the attention of the appropriate staff members
    • Drive cube van to and from recyclers, landfill, and transport goods to other locations etc.
    • Assist staff and volunteers with loading and unloading donors’ vehicles
    • Assist with accurate tracking and documentation of sell-on goods
    • Comply with all policies and regulations regarding donation acceptance
    • Ensure staff and volunteers follow all established protocols related to Covid-19

    Other

    • Assist with kitchen responsibilities / Maintain and coordinate the volunteer break room
    • Share the news about MCC and MCC Thrift Shops in the community
    • Perform other job-related duties as assigned
    • Participate in MCCO orientations, provincial meetings, Peace Conference and Staff Development Day
    • Participate in a local faith community, being willing to use personal gifts within this community and model nonviolent peacemaking through respectful interaction with others
    • Maintain a high level of integrity, reflecting Christian respect and Christ’s unconditional love to those with whom you work, including colleagues, partner agencies, the homeless and marginalized
    • Answer inquiries about MCC from constituency and general public; communicate MCC’s values, articulating the importance of MCC’s criteria for workers, all of whom serve as representatives of the Mennonite and Be in Christ churches which support MCC
    • Model nonviolent peacemaking through respectful daily interactions with staff and the public

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