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Retail Merchandise Processor

Clovis, CA 2 days ago Part-time Skills Retail Sales Customer Service Come work for a company with opportunities for advancement! Goodwill Industries is hiring for a part-time Merchandise Processor for our Clovis Goodwill Store. Join an awesome team who is dedicated to ensuring the success of the store and it's team members....that means YOU! Goodwill is committed to your growth and development; we want you to succeed. Six months of customer service experience is preferred. APPLY: goodwill-sjv.org LOCATION: Clovis, CA POSITION: Retail Merchandise Processor WAGE: $12.00/hr Under the supervision of the Store Management Staff, the Retail Merchandise Processor is responsible for receiving, staging, sorting, cleaning and hanging miscellaneous donated merchandise. Demonstrates superior customer service at all times. Six months experience in retail sales, processing, warehousing or customer service work experience is highly desirable. EOE Job Type: Part-time Salary: $12.00 /hour Experience: warehouse processing: 1 year (Preferred) Come work for a company with opportunities for advancement! Goodwill Industries is hiring for a part-time Merchandise Processor for our Clovis Goodwill Store. Join an awesome team who is dedicated to ensuring the success of the store and it's team members....that means YOU! Goodwill is committed to your growth and development; we want you to succeed. Six months of customer service experience is preferred. APPLY: goodwill-sjv.org LOCATION: Clovis, CA POSITION: Retail Merchandise Processor WAGE: $12.00/hr Under the supervision of the Store Management Staff, the Retail Merchandise Processor is responsible for receiving, staging, sorting, cleaning and hanging miscellaneous donated merchandise. Demonstrates superior customer service at all times. Six months experience in retail sales, processing, warehousing or customer service work experience is highly desirable. EOE Job Type: Part-time Salary: $12.00 /hour Experience: warehouse processing: 1 year (Preferred)

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