The Stock Pile
A building material reuse warehouse & store in Canton, Ohio.
PT OFFICE ASSISTANT/ FRONT DESK PERSON
20-24 hrs/ week
Hours usually 9:45 am – 3:15 pm, Tuesday – Friday, and two Sat/month.
JOB DESCRIPTION/ CHARACTERISTIC WORK
This employee is responsible for assisting with the day-to-day operation of The Stock Pile, a non-profit building material reuse warehouse.
This employee is expected to assist with: general clerical work, customer sales, processing membership applications, maintaining a computer database, accounting for inventory, documenting donations, newsletter creation, social media/online marketing, and other duties as directed. This employee works under the direction of the Program Manager.
Pay scale starts at $8.60 per hour. The Stock Pile offers regular raises (commensurate with job performance), a quarterly incentive bonus, and a great team of employees and volunteers.
Must be responsible, organized, and detail oriented, with experience required in Word, Excel and Publisher. Experience in QuickBooks preferred. Able to work without close supervision. Good oral and written skills a must. Able to deal with people with tact and courtesy. Some lifting required. Minimum of high school diploma.
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The Stock Pile
1387 Clarendon Ave SW
Canton, OH 44710
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