Family Sharing of Ozaukee County is a non-profit located in Grafton, WI – our mission is to alleviate hunger in Ozaukee County with dignity and compassion.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and energetic leader with a passion for helping others. This is an opportunity to use your retail management experience for a cause that you can feel great about! Must be a can-do person who thrives on juggling multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment.
The Store Manager will support our mission in the community by leading the operations of our Resale Store. The revenue generated in our Upscale Resale Store helps to fund our Food Pantry.
This leader will work with our amazing volunteers and staff to ensure that our store is second to none.
Position Statement: Reporting to the Executive Director, ensure store operations are smooth, oversee scheduling, on-boarding and training; coordinate daily store operations; maintain equipment and oversee supply ordering; provide excellent customer service; create promotions and events to spread the word about Family Sharing in the community. Utilize reporting to make decisions; partner with peer managers in day to day operations and collaborate with Executive Director.
Schedule:Enjoy a set schedule with limited weekends and no late evening hours.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
3-5 years of experience leading, mentoring and training others.
Have a heart for Family Sharing’s mission and a servant leader outlook.
Exceptional interpersonal skills.
Comfortable and capable with Microsoft Office and utilizing technology.
Able to adapt quickly to change; to be flexible handling a wide variety of tasks and prioritize appropriately; exceptional attention to details.
Must possess a positive, can-do attitude along with a high level of confidentiality.
Experience in a leadership role in a customer service focused retail environment.
Job Type: Full-time, salaried with benefits, which includes, health insurance, annual bonus and an IRA with employer match.
COVID-19 considerations: All customers, employees and volunteers required to wear a mask; retail store has been reconfigured to allow for social distancing; plastic shields in place; telephone conference calls and zoom meetings instead of in-person meetings, where possible.