Job Summary: The Donation & Distribution Center Lead / DDC is responsible coordinating the work therapy clients, unloading all trucks, processing all inbound and outbound orders and loading the trucks accordingly.
- Coordinate the work therapy clients ensuring they fulfill their work therapy duties.
- Responsible for unloading all trucks, processing all outbound orders and loading the trucks accordingly.
- Assist the Distribution Center Coordinator with processing all inventory transactions (inbound and outbound) via the Inventory Database in a timely manner.
- Responsible for maintaining a safe, clean working environment for all visitors, residents and employees ensuring that no one is injured.
- Responsible to receive and secure any cash, checks, invoices, receipts or other documentation related to donations to the SOH. Follow written protocol to document these transactions.
- Responsible for weekend coverage, as assigned.
- Responsible for informing the DDC assistant to schedule the trash dumpster to be picked up on a timely basis with prior approval from Distribution Center Manager.
- Responsible for submitting a work order as needed to ensure all equipment is operating in a safe manner.
- Oversee the baling of used clothing, ensuring that clients are trained and working safely.
- Responsible for daily inspection of the forklift, and making sure the forklift is charged when needed as well as inspecting all other equipment.
- Responsible for morning, noon, and evening daily inspection and logging of freezer and cooler temperature.
Other Job Responsibilities:
- Participate in Ministry and prayer activities, as appropriate.
- Must be proficient in the Inventory Database and provide back up support as needed.
- Other duties as assigned.
Education, Skills & Experience: High School diploma or GED. At least (2) years Distribution Center experience, strong interpersonal skills, ability to work well with others and strong inventory skills. Must be able to read, good written and oral communication skills. Must be able to read and understand a key map. Valid Texas Driver’s License, with acceptable driving record and current liability insurance.
Detail oriented with strong communication skills. Must be able to operate a forklift, clearly communicate information, policies, and procedures to donors, volunteers, and meet deadlines. Good judgement in dealing with confidential matters. Ability to work well independently as well as with others. Professional appearance and behavior. Ability to problem-solve, work well without supervision, and multi-task.
Be able to work respectfully, professionally and in a Christ-like manner with everyone, able to maintain required residents/staff boundaries and possess a willingness to serve the Lord in a ministry that deals with homeless men, women and children.