ReStore Driver/Donations Ambassador
The Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley ReStore is THE place in the Vail Valley to find amazing deals on quality furniture, decor, and home improvement materials. All profits from the ReStore support affordable home building efforts in our community.
The Habitat ReStore is looking for a high-energy and friendly Driver/Donations Ambassador to provide excellent customer service to donors in our community.
The primary duties of Donations Ambassadors are:
– Drive the ReStore truck
– Load and unload furniture and appliance donations for the ReStore
– Act as an ambassador of the ReStore and Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley while interacting with donors.
Additional responsibilities include:
– Provide customer service to customers, volunteers, and fellow employees
– Ensure cleanliness and safety of trucks and ReStore equipment
– Help with organization and arrangement of donations at the ReStore
– Other duties as assigned
Individuals must understand and appreciate the mission of Habitat for Humanity. Qualified candidates must possess strong problem-solving skills, the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, and the ability to multi-task. Individuals must be detail-oriented and able to work independently. Must be able able to deal with all kinds of individuals and remain consistent in keeping a professional demeanor.
Individual must be able to lift 75 pounds on a regular basis and will experience frequent bending, squatting, lifting and repetitive motion. Individuals must have a valid driver’s license and must not have any Class A violations in the last 5 years, no more than 3 moving violations within the last 3 years, or any suspensions or revocations in the last 3 years.
Benefits offered for full-time positions include health insurance, 403(b) retirement plan with 6% employer match and up to 5 weeks of vacation, holiday and sick time.
“Volunteering at the Habitat ReStore is a fulfilling experience. It has given me a chance to meet and make new friends, while contributing to the community.”
~Becky Morgan, Volunteer