Website Goodwill Central Coast
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Job LocationADC – Monterey County – Salinas, CA
Position Type Full-Time/Part-Time
Education Level High School
Salary Range $15.00
Travel Percentage Road Warrior
Job Shift Any
Job Category Customer Service
Receive donations in a courteous manner to encourage continued community support. Following established procedures, perform preliminary sorting of donations into designated material handling equipment.
Open trailer / Center, survey supplies and trailer capacity, report the number and type of large items requiring truck pickup and place status calls to supervisor according to defined procedures.
Greet donors. Following defined procedures, accept or reject items for donation; explain reasons for item rejection.
Offer donor a receipt. Issue a receipt, record time on daily record.
Complete Television Log as required.
Sort and stack donations into designated containers, per Kaizen procedures.
Maintain clean/neat trailer and Center both inside/outside.
Close and secure trailer / Center at designated times.
Place large and/or heavy items next to or under trailer. At Center place items in designated area.
Assist drivers with loading of large items and transfer of trailers.
Depending on location, may assist with warehouse donation drop-offs.
Perform related duties as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
None. Duties can be learned through on-the-job training.
Knowledge of Goodwill Central Coast’s mission, general Company policies and procedures (this may be learned on-the-job).
Barrels, wire cages, boxes, broom & dustpan, pen/pencil, paper and clipboard.
Ability to communicate in basic oral and written English. Ability to communicate in basic Spanish preferred.
Ability to understand and follow the organizational/packing/stacking procedures within the trailer.
Ability to coordinate eye/hand/foot movement to safely maneuver up/down steps and lift/stack donations.
Ability to understand and accept direction and follow procedures.
Ability to perform repetitive work, adapting to fluctuating work activity with periods of idle time.
Ability to maintain self-control, deal effectively with the public and work in cooperation with co-workers.
Ability to make judgments regarding the acceptance of donations and to tactfully explain decisions or present information clearly regarding acceptability of donations, following established policies.
Ability to demonstrate satisfactory attendance as outlined in Company policy.
Ability to adhere to safe work practices as documented in Company safety policies; ability to report safety hazards/accidents promptly to supervisor or safety committee member.
The activity level will fluctuate depending on a variety of factors including location, day of week and weather conditions. The work is routine, requiring little or no overtime.
The job is performed independently but with regular contact with the public and contact with other employees. Hours are generally established with seasonal and/or some location variation. The activity level will fluctuate depending on a variety of factors including location, day of week and weather conditions. The job is performed inside and outside a trailer / Center with exposure to weather, noise from traffic, dust/dirt, other airborne particles, fumes, and odors. The ground around the trailer may be uneven. Trailers stand two to four feet from the ground and may require climbing steps or use of a ladder. Separating household chemicals from regular donations may occur.
The job requires frequent lifting of items weighing up to 25 lbs, with regular lifting of items weighing up to 50 lbs. Large or heavier items (51 lbs. or more) will be moved either with assistance from another person or by using proper material handling equipment. Large and/or heavy boxed items are either divided into smaller, lighter-weighing boxes (when possible) for ease of handling, or pushed under or near the trailer. Large and/or heavy furniture/appliances are pushed (when possible) next to the trailer. The attendant assists with loading of large items on truck during Goodwill Central Coast’s site servicing. Normal mobility is required to climb up and down steps.
Normal or corrected talking, hearing, and seeing abilities are sufficient to perform required tasks.
SUPPLEMENTAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The frequencies referenced below are an average. They will change from time to time depending on the activity level at the station and types and amount of items donated.
Standing——————— Consistently, 71 – 100% of the time
Walking———————- Consistently, 71 – 100% of the time
Sitting———————— Occasionally, 0 – 40% of the time
Bending———————- Occasionally, 0 – 40% of the time
Pushing/pulling————- Rarely, 0-20% of the time
Climbing——————— Occasionally, 0 – 30% of the time
Squatting/kneeling——– Rarely, 0-20% of the time
Lifting/carrying————- Consistently, 71-100% of the time (10 lbs. or less)
Consistently, 71-100% of the time (11-25 lbs)
Occasionally, 11-30% of the time (26-50 lbs.)
Longest distance carried: 40 feet
Heaviest item carried: 50 lbs.
Simple grasping—– Consistently, 71-100% of the time
Power grasping—— Rarely, 0-10% of the time
Fine manipulation— Consistently, 71-100% of the time
Reaching at or above shoulder level—— Rarely, 0-10% of the time
Reaching at or below shoulder level—— Regularly, 31-70% of the time
Operate foot controls or
repetitive foot movement– None (other than walking)
The physical aspects of the position may be able to be modified, depending on the specific modification and the duration of the modification required.