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Interview for Madison-Area Store and Donation

Center Positions During Feb. 17 Hiring Fair

help wantedWe’re interviewing candidates for full-time and part-time positions available at Madison-area stores and donation centers, during a special hiring fair. The fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 17 at the Goodwill store at 2501 Royal Ave., Monona. [map]

To guarantee an interview, please register in advance by calling (608) 246-3140 x179. Walk-in interviews are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Attendance at the fair is not required in order to be considered for a position.

Full-time employees (employees working 30 hours or more) are eligible for health, dental, life and disability insurance, retirement plans, and paid holidays, vacation, and sick time.

We will be interviewing for the following positions and are looking to fill them immediately. Each position plays an important role in support of Goodwill’s mission to strengthen our community by providing employment, housing, and other services to area residents with disabilities or other challenges. Join our team and make a positive difference!

Assistant Store Manager—Fitchburg (40 hrs/wk)
The Assistant Store Manager supports the Store Manager with all store opening and closing functions, staff training, and product and cash handling duties. This is a great opportunity to further develop your leadership skills. Good organizational and multi-tasking abilities and strong communication and customer service skills required. Must have the ability to lift up to 50 lbs. and work day, evening, and weekend shifts. Valid driver’s license, good driving record, proof of insurance, and access to a vehicle required. 

Production Clerk—Madison East, Monona, Madison West (40 hrs/wk), Sun Prairie (14.5 hrs/wknd),
Middleton (13 hrs/wknd)
Production Clerks are responsible for assisting customers with their donations, writing receipts, and answering any questions. Duties include sorting, processing, and pricing donations. Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. and work day, evening, and weekend shifts required. Prior customer service experience preferred, but will train.

Sales Clerk/Acting Store Supervisor—Sun Prairie (30 hrs/wk)
The Sales Clerk/Acting Store Supervisor works in the absence of the Store Manager and is responsible for opening and closing functions, cash management, daily audits, product handling, and staff management. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to further develop their leadership skills. A working knowledge of retail operations, staff supervision and training, along with solid cashier/cash handling experience required. Must have the ability to lift up to 50 lbs. and work a variety of shifts including days, evenings, and rotating weekends. A valid driver’s license, good driving record, proof of insurance, and access to a vehicle required. This is a full-time Sales Clerk position with back-up Store Supervisor duties as needed.

Sales ClerkFitchburg, Madison West, Monona (20 hrs/wk)
Sales Clerk duties include performing all functions of retail store operations which includes running the cash register, product handling, merchandising, and providing excellent customer service. Previous retail experience preferred. Must have the ability to lift up to 50 lbs. and work day, evening, and weekend shifts. Prior customer service experience preferred, but will train.

To view all of our openings, click here.

There are three ways in which you can apply:

APPLY ONLINE


APPLY VIA MAIL OR FAX


Print an application and Voluntary Self-Identification of Disability form,
fill them out manually, and mail/fax to:

Goodwill Industries of South Central Wisconsin, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources Department
1302 Mendota Street
Madison, WI 53714
Fax: 608-246-1984


APPLY IN PERSON


Pick up an application at any Goodwill Industries of South Central Wisconsin
store or donation center (depending on your area of interest) or
visit our corporate office, located at 1302 Mendota Street in Madison, Wisconsin. [map]


Goodwill Industries of South Central Wisconsin is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer of minorities, females, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities. Our organization uses E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of all newly hired employees. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, click here.

 

"Think Before You Donate" Rumors

About Goodwill Are False

rumor busterSadly, a negative email titled “Think Before You Donate” has re-surfaced. This email contains false and misleading information regarding Goodwill Industries International (GII) and several other nonprofit organizations. The rumors are being spread via email and social media.

At Goodwill, we definitely encourage you to “think before you donate” and to learn as much as you can about the charities you’d like to support. We know that you want to be certain the organization you choose to support uses its revenue for charitable purposes that support a mission you stand behind.

Contrary to the “Think Before You Donate” message, the current Chief Executive Officer of Goodwill Industries International (GII) is Jim Gibbons, not Mark Curran. Curran has never been associated with the Goodwill enterprise.

Additional information about this false and misleading message is available through www.snopes.com. To learn about GII, click here. Additional information about GII and information about other organizations included in the rumor is available through:

- Charity Navigator (It is the nation's largest independent charity evaluator and leading donor advocate)

- GuideStar (GuideStar is a public charity that gathers and disseminates information about every IRS-registered nonprofit organization)

Click here to watch a news story about the rumors by Madison's CBS affiliate, WISC-TV.

Thank you for supporting Goodwill. Your purchases, donations, partnerships, and financial contributions really do help us build better communities and help local residents reach their goal of greater self-sufficiency.