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Title: Assistant Store Manager - Full Time
Locations: Elkins, Heidelberg, North Hills, Robinson
External Hiring Range: $11.00/hour
Description: Assist store manager with the responsibilities of the day-to-day activities and operation of a retail store. Provide leadership and direction to staff, program participants, donors, and customers; ensure that production and quality goals are achieved; support the mission by achieving sales, budget, and profit objectives; insures store operates in an efficient manner. Insure positive application of organizational policies and procedures by all staff and retail facilities are operated in such a manner as to reflect a positive internal and external appearance. The qualified candidate will have excellent oral/written communication skills; possess organizational, problem solving, and management skills; and be customer/detail oriented. Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation required.
Education Required: GED or higher
Experience: 1-2 years retail experience
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Title: Cashier - Part Time
Locations: Banksville, Belle Vernon, Bridgeport, Centre Avenue, Cheswick, Cranberry, Elkins, Fairmont, Gibsonia, Greensburg, Heidelberg, Lawrenceville, Monroeville, Mount Pleasant, Murrysville, Natrona Heights, North Hills, Robinson, Rochester, Washington, Whitehall, PA
External Hiring Range: Starting at $7.25/hour
Description: The Cashier will provide excellent customer service by greeting and assisting customers at the register and on the sales floor. Properly operate the cash register in accordance with the cash management policy and procedures. Follow established script for both store greeting and answering the telephone. Organize and display merchandise on the sales floor. Keep register cash wrap neat, clean and organized; ensure dressing rooms and sales floor are neat and clean, and run racks to follow rotation schedule.
Education Required: GED or higher preferred
Experience: 0-1 year
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Title: Community Donations Specialist - Full Time
Locations: 118 52nd Street
External Hiring Range: $30,519- $33,627
Description: The Community Donations Specialist is responsible for supporting retail donation drive efforts through the creation of donation drive programming; maintenance of brand and retail standards in all retail locations; and developing and maintaining relationships with key retail division personnel throughout the Agency’s full territory (PA and WV). Program Development functions include, but are not limited to, developing and marketing donation drives to businesses, local government, schools, other non-profit organizations and community groups; creating and maintaining donor databases; and reporting/using donation metrics to drive program development and decision-making. Event Coordination functions include coordinating all event details and services including accommodations, transportation, signage, etc.; meeting with sponsors and organizing committees to plan events; establishing and monitoring budgets; reviewing administrative procedures and event progress; directing or supervising event staff, including volunteer staff members; monitoring event activities; and resolving any problems that arise to maximize event revenue/donations. The reliable and dependable applicant should possess problem solving and organizational skills, be able to effectively communicate with all levels of personnel and external contacts, have excellent written/oral communication skills, strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Education Required: Associates degree
Experience: 4 years of experience in marketing, sales, communications or similar field. Additional experience with volunteer management is preferred. Must be able to use database software. Will accept a Bachelor’s degree with 2 years of the experience listed above
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Title: Donation Door/Utility - Part Time
Locations: Banksville, Belle Vernon, Buckhannon, Cranberry, Fairmont, Gibsonia, Greensburg, Heidelberg, Monroeville, Morgantown, Murrysville, Natrona Heights, North Hills, North Huntingdon, Peters Township, Rochester, Washington, Whitehall, PA
External Hiring Range: Starting $7.25/hour
Description: The Donation Door/Utility worker will greet and offer excellent customer service while assisting donors and/or customers with donations and/or purchases. Coordinate the movement of donated material and efficiency in the processing area. Sort donated clothing and process house wares. Organize and display merchandise on the sales floor. Keep work area and donation door area neat, clean and organized. Maintain cleanliness of the store both internal and external areas including the grounds.
Education Required: GED or higher preferred
Experience: 0-1 year
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Title: E-Books Store Associate - Part Time
Locations: Bridgeport, Fairmont
External Hiring Range: $7.25/hour
Description: The E-Books Store Associate will be responsible for the scanning of donated books, CDs, DVDs, and VHS tapes. Ensure quality control of outgoing shipments of books and media merchandise and meet the daily scanning quota. The ideal candidate will pay good attention to detail and understand the benefits of working together as a team. Basic computer skills or data entry experience preferred.
Education Required: GED or higer preferred
Experience: 0-1 year
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Title: Employment Specialist III - Full Time
Locations: 118 52nd Street
External Hiring Range: $30,020-$32,804
Description: The Employment Specialist will provide job search, placement, and coaching activities including contacting employers, creating resumes, preparing individuals for interviews, and scheduling appointments for interviews. The Specialist will provide job coaching and employment support to consumers in community sites assisting in overcoming barriers to employment while maintaining quality assurance, productivity and efficiency to the employer. Other responsibilities include providing any necessary pre-employment supports; acting as an advocate and liaison for consumers working in the community; completing all required paperwork; monitoring and reporting all outcome information; participating as a member on an interdisciplinary; designing and modifying job search plans based on the needs of the individual; networking to stay abreast of labor market trends; communicating job specific expectations to the client and meeting regularly with site management. The candidate should be able to work independently with little supervision, adapt to a schedule that meets the needs of the consumer, and have experience working with individuals with disabilities. Qualified applicants should possess excellent oral/written communication skills, problem solving abilities and be customer/detail oriented. A working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite is required.
Education Required: High School Diploma or equivalent
Experience: 6 years
Will accept an Associate’s degree with 4 years of experience or Bachelor’s degree with 2 years of experience; Experience includes successfully working with individuals with disabilities/barriers to employment
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Title: Field Service Team Member - Temporary Part Time
Locations: Regional Enterprise Tower
External Hiring Range: $15.00/hour
Description: The Field Service Team Member will be responsible for supporting higher-level administrators in the implementation, monitoring and other limited administrative work for a component of summer youth employment activity within a major federal/city/ privately funded program. Duties include but are not limited to: acting as a liaison between the PSYEP office and sub-contractors; assisting agencies in the completion of work-site agreements and payroll/timesheets; compiling information and preparing reports and correspondence; assisting with the recruitment of eligible applicants including explaining the PSYEP and distributing applications; providing quality assurance by monitoring and ensuring programmatic and operational compliance with applicable guidelines, laws and regulations. The candidate will have knowledge of public administration, organization and management principles, CDBG and local funding source requirements applicable to the PSYEP and interviewing and counseling techniques and skills. Qualified applicants should possess excellent oral/written communication skills, problem solving abilities and be customer/detail oriented. A working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite is required. Must have a valid driver’s license at the time of hire and access to reliable transportation. This is a 32 hour a week position that is 7 weeks in duration.
Education Required: Bachelor’s degree in Education, Human Service, Social Sciences, Sociology, Psychology or related field
Experience: Any experience in customer service, management, business, human or social services or personnel administration. Will accept 2 years of college with 2 years of relevant experience
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Title: Floor Care Technicican - Part Time
Locations: 118 52nd Street
External Hiring Range: $10.00-$11.00/hour
Description: The Floor Care Technician will be responsible for performing heavy cleaning duties, including but not limited to cleaning floors, shampooing/extracting carpets, washing walls and glass and removing rubbish. Routine maintenance duties may include moving equipment/furniture/boxes, notifying management when items are in need of repair and preventive floor prep for inclement weather. The Technician is expected to complete any job-related training as required of the position and perform their duties in accordance with established safety guidelines and regulations. The qualified candidate should be customer/detail oriented; be able to take instruction to provide quality cleaning service and be comfortable working with diverse populations.
Education Required: None
Experience: 0-1 year; experience in custodial services preferred
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Title: Goodwill Cares Coordinator - Full Time
Locations: 118 52nd Street
External Hiring Range: $40,619 - $44,386
Description: The Cares Coordinator is responsible for the oversight and direct delivery of Goodwill Cares services, which provides a variety of services including referral for internally and externally provided assistance to employees and their families. Services may include individual counseling, family or life event adjustment issues, professional development, alcohol and substance abuse, domestic violence, mental health services, financial counseling, etc. This position is expected to be visible and provide direct assistance and coordination of services at all of Goodwill of Southwestern PA’s locations. Program Management and Leadership functions include, but are not limited to, establishing and overseeing administrative procedures/policies to meet plan objectives; preparing plan budgets and organizational policies; maintaining records, reports and program manuals. Program Coordination functions include the development and maintenance of professional relationships with service providers; evaluating and directing the work of staff to ensure that initiatives are of appropriate quality and that resources are used effectively. Employee Relations responsibilities include; interviewing employees and discussing issues that may adversely affect morale, health, and productivity; connecting employees to Agency and community resources; and communicating information about designated Agency programs as directed. This position requires strict adherence to records retention and privacy guidelines and the incumbent is expected to maintain a current understanding of company, state, and federal policies and regulations. The reliable and dependable applicant should possess problem solving and organizational skills, be able to effectively communicate with all levels of personnel and external contacts, be customer/detail oriented, have a strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Education Required: Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Psychology, Rehabilitation Science, Social Services or related field
Experience: 2 years of experience successfully working with individuals in crisis or with livelihood issues; providing information and referrals for services; similar program management experience preferred. Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP) recommended
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Title: Housekeeper - Part Time
Locations: 118 52nd Street
External Hiring Range: $8.00-$8.75/hour
Description: The Housekeeper will be responsible for providing housekeeping and custodial services primarily at locations in McKeesport, Duquesne and McKees Rocks. Duties include, but are not limited to, cleaning of assigned areas (public areas, restrooms, offices, classrooms, conference/interview/meeting rooms, cafeteria, etc); removing trash; replenishing supplies; taking care of the floor and carpet; dusting; cleaning windows; and following all safety and sanitation regulations. The qualified candidate should be customer/detail oriented and be familiar with using and maintaining custodial equipment. This position is approximately 25 hours a week Monday-Friday.
Education Required: High School diploma or equivalent
Experience: 0-1 year
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Title: Job Coach (Transition WORKS!) - Part Time Seasonal
Locations: Redstone Highlands
External Hiring Range: $12.42-$13.57/hour
Description: The Job Coach will provide job specific training, support and supervision to high school students with disabilities who attend community based transition programs, by ensuring that individuals’ needs are met, goals are implemented, and a safe environment is maintained. Duties include, but are not limited to, identifying and facilitating appropriate modifications within training environments; assessing and developing natural support systems to facilitate transition plans; providing training on proper work techniques and socialization skills; communicating client progress and providing feedback; providing coverage for other job coaches as needed; and providing structured intervention techniques and support to consumers in job training programs. Qualified applicants should possess excellent oral/written communication skills, problem solving/organizational skills, have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and be customer/detail oriented. Knowledge of IDEA and Special Education legislation and valid driver’s license required. This position is a 43 week, school year based position.
Education Required: Associates degree in Human/Social Services, Psychology/Rehabilitation Science
Experience: 2 years; successfully working with youth with disabilities and transition to employment preferred
Will accept Bachelor’s degree in the same fields without experience
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Title: Job Coach II (ID/DD) - Full Time
Locations: 118 52nd Street
External Hiring Range: $13.66-$14.93/hour
Description: The ID/DD Job Coach II will provide supervision, on-the-job training, and coaching to individuals with disabilities/barriers to employment in an employment setting. Responsibilities include implementing learning systems at work sites, making job modifications, identifying assistive technology as needed, providing job readiness instruction related to the job site, utilizing learning systems, performing job analysis, adhering to policies and procedures, and completing required paperwork on a timely basis. The Job Coach will work with individuals to teach proper socialization skills in the workplace, implement goals, and provide motivational strategies/techniques to help participant development. This position is part of an interdisciplinary team and is responsible for being an advocate for the client by effectively presenting the client’s progress and provides feedback and recommendations. The reliable and dependable applicant should possess problem solving and organizational skills, be customer/detail oriented, and possess a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. Experience working with diverse population preferred.
Education Required: Bachelor’s degree in Human/Social Services, Psychology, Rehabilitation Science, Education
Experience: : 0-1 year; some experience successfully working with youth with disabilities/barriers to employment.
Will accept a Bachelor’s degree in an unrelated field with at least 1 year of experience or an Associate’s degree with at least 2 years of experience as listed above
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Title: Maintenance Technician - Full Time
Locations: 118 52nd Street
External Hiring Range: $12.00/hour
Description: The Maintenance Technician will perform a variety of skilled work at either in Lawrenceville or North Versailles. The Technician will be responsible for performing preventative and general maintenance/repairs ensuring the building(s), equipment, and mechanical operating systems remain in excellent repair. Job functions may include pipe fitting, drywall repair, painting, insulating, welding, machining, carpentry, repairing electrical or mechanical equipment, installing/aligning/balancing new equipment, and repairing buildings, floors or stairs. Additional duties include, but are not limited to: identifying safety issues and taking corrective action to fix those issues; assemble, install or repair wiring, electrical or electronic components, pipe systems, plumbing, machinery or equipment; following guidelines to ensure the proper operation of all equipment; record the type, cost and time of maintenance or repair work. This position is expected, as needed, to mentor or provide learning opportunities for clients/program participants. The qualified applicant will be customer/detail oriented, possess organizational and problem solving abilities, have good oral/written communication skills, and be able to manage time effectively. Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation and be available for on-call and overtime, as needed.
Education Required: High School diploma or equivalent
Experience: 2 years’ experience and skills in more than 1 allied trade area and/or in carpentry, plumbing, electrical, mechanical repair, etc. Will accept a trade school certification with 1 year of experience or an Associate’s degree with less than a year of the experience listed above.
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Title: Maintenance Worker (Housing) - Full Time
Locations: Goodwill Manor
External Hiring Range: $12.00-$13.00/hour
Description: The Maintenance Worker will perform a variety of semi-skilled and skilled work in several Goodwill locations. The Worker will be responsible for performing preventative and general maintenance/repairs ensuring the building(s), equipment, mechanical operating systems, and utilities are maintained in good working order and facility grounds are properly maintained. Duties include, but are not limited to, identifying safety issues and taking corrective action to fix those issues; checking exterior doors to ensure they are secure; following guidelines to ensure the proper operation of all safety-related equipment; and maintaining the inventory of cleaning supplies. The trustworthy applicant will be customer/detail oriented, possess organizational and problem solving abilities, have good oral/written communication skills, be able to manage time effectively and work independently. Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Education Required: High School diploma or equivalent
Experience: 1 year of experience in making repairs and performing janitorial/maintenance duties
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Title: Manager In Training - Full Time
Locations: Retail Operations Center in North Versailles
External Hiring Range: $27,040-$31,200
Description: The Manager In Training (MIT) will learn all aspects of store management including store operations, profit and loss, E/R%, day-to-day activities, Human Resources, loss prevention, merchandising, upper management skills, expense control and other related duties. The MIT will be responsible for assisting the Store Manager to supervise the areas of: profit and loss of the store; day-to-day activities and operation; providing leadership and direction to staff, program participants, donors, and customers; ensuring that production and quality goals are achieved; supporting the mission by achieving sales, budget, and profit objectives; insuring store operates in an efficient and safe manner; insure positive application of organizational policies and procedures by all staff; ensuring retail facilities are operated in such a manner as to reflect a positive internal and external appearance; working together as a team and able to communicate effectively with all levels of staff. This is a blended learning/supervisory position who will act as the Store Manager when the actual manager is absent and will perform any other job related duties requested by upper management. During the Orientation period the MIT will attend weekly coaching/counseling sessions to discuss progress. Progress must be sufficient to assume Store Manager duties at the end of the first 3 months of employment. Valid driver's license and reliable transportation required.
Education Required: GED or higher
Experience: 2-5 years
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Title: Production Processor - Part Time
Locations: Banksville, Belle Vernon, Bridgeport, Butler, Centre Avenue, Cheswick, Cranberry, Elkins, Gibsonia, Greensburg, Heidelberg, Lawrenceville, Morgantown, Mount Pleasant, Natrona Heights, North Hills, North Side, Peters Township, Robinson, Rochester, South Side, Washington, Whitehall, PA
External Hiring Range: Starting at $7.25/hour
Description: The Production Processor is primarily responsible for processing donated material for sale in accordance with established quality standards and pricing guidelines. Support store operations, complete tasks in expected timeframes while maintaining accuracy and thoroughness, stock and rotate products on the sales floor, and process unsalable donations according to salvage guidelines. Maintain a clean and safe work environment. Understand the benefit of working together as a team.
Education Required: GED or higher preferred
Experience: 0-1 year
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Title: Program Facilitator (RISE) - Full Time
Locations: 2400 East Carson Street
External Hiring Range: $29,487-$32,221
Description: The Program Facilitator will be responsible for providing career exploration, job search, placement and retention program services and related training, in-house or community based, to adjudicated or at-risk youth by ensuring needs are met, goals are implemented, and a safe environment is maintained. Additional duties include, but are not limited to, providing case management to out of school youth released from residential facilities for participation in industry-specific training (construction trades) that is intended to result in training completion, industry certification, transition to post-secondary education/training and/or employment; collaborating with various Goodwill department staff as well as representatives from Juvenile Probation system, PA Academic, Career and Technical Training Alliance (PACTT), training providers, and residential facilities; coordinating and collecting material from formal and informal assessments; maintaining up-to-date and accurate records; facilitating program operations; implementing necessary supports as needed; and facilitating related instructional courses. The qualified candidate will possess excellent oral/written communication skills, problem solving abilities, be customer/detail oriented, have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, and have strong customer service skills. Experience working in Workforce Development and/or Education with Youth and knowledge of local labor market preferred. Reliable transportation and valid driver's license required.
Education Required: Associate’s degree
Experience: 3 years successfully working with adjudicated youth or disadvantaged youth; possess a working knowledge of the parole system; experience serving disadvantaged populations having barriers to employment is required
Will accept a Bachelor’s degree with 1 year of same experience
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Title: Program Specialist (Community NOW!) - Part Time
Locations: 118 52nd Street
External Hiring Range: $13.50-$14.75/hour
Description: The Program Specialist is responsible for providing direct support and case management to ID/DD adults in the Community NOW! Program at volunteer sites and community activities. Additional duties include, but are not limited to, assessing participant’s strengths and barriers; developing and implementing individual plans; promoting the program to recruit potential participants; seeking new volunteer and community sites for the participants in the community; completing all required paperwork; acting as an advocate for the participant; and maintaining up-to-date knowledge of community resources as they relate to the needs of the participants. The candidate should be able to work independently with little supervision and must have a valid driver’s license. Qualified applicants should possess excellent oral/written communication skills, problem solving abilities and be customer/detail oriented. A working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite is required.
Education Required: Associate’s degree in Human Services, Psychology/Rehabilitation Science, Social Services
Experience: 3 years successfully working with ID/DD funded adults
Will accept a Bachelor’s degree in the same fields with 1 year of same experience
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Title: PSYEP Administrative Assistant - Temporary Part Time
Locations: City County Building
External Hiring Range: $20.00/hour
Description: The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for supporting higher-level administrators in the implementation, monitoring and other limited administrative work for a component of summer youth employment activity within a major federal/state funded program. Duties include but are not limited to: acting as a liaison between the PSYEP office and sub-contractors; assisting agencies in the completion of work-site agreements and payroll/timesheets; compiling information and preparing reports and correspondence; assisting with the recruitment of eligible applicants including explaining the PSYEP and distributing applications; assisting in providing career education services and information as needed; providing quality assurance by monitoring and ensuring programmatic and operational compliance with applicable guidelines, laws and regulations. The candidate will have knowledge of public administration, organization and management principles, WIA/ARRA regulations applicable to the PSYEP and interviewing and counseling techniques and skills. Qualified applicants should possess excellent oral/written communication skills, problem solving abilities and be customer/detail oriented. A working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite is required. Must have a valid driver’s license at the time of hire and access to reliable transportation. This is a 32 hour a week position that is 4 months in duration.
Education Required: Bachelor’s degree in Education, Human Service, Social Sciences, Sociology, Psychology or related field
Experience: Any experience in customer service, management, business, human or social services or personnel administration. Will accept 2 years of college with 2 years of relevant experience
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Title: PSYEP Field Service Team Leader - Temporary Part Time
Locations: City County Building
External Hiring Range: $20.00/hour
Description: The Field Service Team Leader will be responsible for supporting higher-level administrators in the implementation, monitoring and other limited administrative work for a component of summer youth employment activity within a major federal/state funded program. This position assists the PSYEP Coordinator with policy development related to PSYEP core operations. Duties include but are not limited to: acting as a liaison between the PSYEP office and sub-contractors; assisting agencies in the completion of work-site agreements and payroll/timesheets; compiling information and preparing reports and correspondence; assisting with the recruitment of eligible applicants including explaining the PSYEP and distributing applications; assisting in providing career education services and information as needed; providing quality assurance by monitoring and ensuring programmatic and operational compliance with applicable guidelines, laws and regulations. The candidate will have knowledge of public administration, organization and management principles, WIA/ARRA regulations applicable to the PSYEP and interviewing and counseling techniques and skills. Qualified applicants should possess excellent oral/written communication skills, problem solving abilities and be customer/detail oriented. A working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite is required. Must have a valid driver’s license at the time of hire and access to reliable transportation. This is a 32 hour a week position that is 6 months in duration.
Education Required: Bachelor’s degree in Education, Human Service, Social Sciences, Sociology, Psychology or related field
Experience: Any experience in customer service, management, business, human or social services or personnel administration. Will accept 2 years of college with 2 years of relevant experience
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Title: Resident Assistant - Part Time On-Call
Locations: Healthy Start House
External Hiring Range: $11.25-$12.29/hour
Description: The Resident Assistant will be responsible for supporting program functions and for the safety and security of residents and their children. Duties include, but are not limited to, performing initial intake including orientation; implementing individualized programs; coordinating and tracking progress; collecting, documenting and reporting program and resident data; assisting with residents’ social and life skills development including parenting, shopping, meal preparation, and personal hygiene; providing transportation when needed; ensuring cleanliness and general maintenance of the facility and identifying, preventing, or dealing with crisis situations. This is a 24 hour residential facility and the applicant must have flexible hours. The qualified candidate will have good written/oral communication skills; possess organizational/problem solving abilities; and be customer/detail oriented. Must have a valid driver’s license.
Education Required: High School diploma or equivalent
Experience: 1 year experience working with diverse populations; knowledge of homeless shelter operations and/or social services helpful
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Title: Senior Accountant - Full Time
Locations: 118 52nd Street
External Hiring Range: $43,399-$47,423
Description: The Senior Accountant will perform various complex accounting duties including maintenance and analysis of accounting records; preparation of accounting schedules, reports and financial statements; preparation of journal entries and reconciliation of ledger accounts; ensuring compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and the organization’s policies, procedures and contracts; and provide guidance and expertise to other accounting staff. General Ledger functions include but are not limited to: coordinating and participating in the analysis of financial performance information by developing/maintaining spreadsheets and reports; verifying information; monitoring and analyzing various cash accounts; and performing assigned monthly account reconciliations. Financial Reporting/Filings functions include the preparation of internal financial statements; preparation and distribution of monthly reports for all assigned accounts; researching missing/incorrect payments and entering data into accounting software; and managing the preparation of Goodwill Industries International reports and filings. Budgeting and Auditing functions include: directing the preparation of regular and special budget reports; reviewing operating budgets to analyze trends affecting budget needs; providing advice and technical assistance with cost analysis, fiscal allocation, and budget preparation. The incumbent is expected to maintain a current understanding of company, state, and federal policies and regulations and promote best practices related to the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). The reliable and dependable applicant should possess problem solving and organizational skills, be able to effectively communicate with all levels of personnel, have excellent written/oral communication skills, strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, and be detail oriented.
Education Required: Associates degree
Experience: 5 years; experience in accounting and related functions including monthly closings, general ledger, reporting, budgeting, tax filings and compliance Additional experience with accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll preferred. Will accept a Bachelor’s degree with 3 years of the experience listed above
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Title: Store Manager - Full Time
Locations: Greensburg
External Hiring Range: $33,000
Description: The Store Manager is responsible for the day-to-day activities and operation of a retail store. Provide leadership and direction; to staff, program participants, donors, and customers; ensure that production and quality goals are achieved; support the mission by achieving sales, budget, and profit objectives; and ensure that the store operates in an efficient mannerUnderstands the benefit of working together as a team and is able to communicate effectively with all levels of staff. Retail or manufacturing experience is a plus. The qualified applicant must have excellent oral/written communication skills, have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, possess organizational/problem solving skills, and be customer/detail oriented. Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation required. Must be available to work weekends and holidays as required.
Education Required: GED or higher
Experience: 2-5 years; retail management experience preferred
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Title: Team Leader - Full Time
Locations: Banksville, Cheswick, Heidelberg, Lawrenceville, Monroeville, Morgantown, North Hills, Robinson, Washington, Whitehall, PA
External Hiring Range: Starting at $9.00/hour
Description: The Team Leader will assist the store manager and assistant store manager with the responsibilities of the day-to-day activities and operation of a retail store. Provide leadership and direction to staff, program participants, donors and customers. Ensure that production and quality goals and standards are achieved. Maintain and promote a clean and safe work environment. The qualified candidate understands the benefit of working together as a team and is able to effectively communicate with all levels of management. Valid driver's license and reliable transportation required. Retail experience recommended.
Education Required: GED or higher
Experience: 1-2 years
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Title: Truck Driver - Full and Part Time
Locations: Retail Operations Center in North Versailles
External Hiring Range: $8.50-$10.00/hour
Description: The Truck Driver is responsible for driving trucks and various other vehicles to transport material to and from specified destinations. Make daily inspections of truck equipment, complete proper paperwork, report accidents and repair requirements immediately following the proper procedure. Looking for a team player to properly load and unload trucks, maintain clean and properly inspected vehicles, adhere to a predetermined work schedule, and is responsible for the overall appearance of assigned vehicles. The driver may be required to drive multiple types of vehicles such as tractors, straight trucks, vans or cars. Must be available to work any shift including weekends. Applicant must possess a valid driver’s license; complete company driving test; and be able to pass DOT physical. Qualification subject to approval by motor vehicle record check.
Education Required: GED or higher
Experience: 0-1 year
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Title: Utility 1 - Part Time
Locations: Retail Operations Center in North Versailles
External Hiring Range: $8.00/hour
Description: The Utility 1 will be responsible for loading and unloading Outlet store tables, stocking shelves, separating material for salvage and placing material in various holding areas. This self-motivated candidate will be responsible for the overall appearance of assigned work areas. Looking for a team player that can comprehend and maintain work standards, maintain cleanliness of the Outlet, backroom, and dock/external areas as well as adhere to work schedules and be flexible to the needs of the business. Must understand the importance of working together as a team.
Education Required: GED or higher preferred
Experience: 0-1 year
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