Goodwill Northern New England Production Specialist in Manchester, New Hampshire
Work Location: Manchester, New Hampshire
Goodwill Northern New England — good works here!
At Goodwill, we believe in the power of work to transform lives. As a nonprofit organization, we are dedicated to helping individuals facing barriers to employment find meaningful work opportunities. When you join our team, you become part of a community passionate about making a positive impact.
Here, you'll be part of a team that values collaboration, respect, and diversity. We celebrate each team member's unique strengths and abilities, fostering an inclusive workplace where everyone feels valued and empowered. Working together creates a welcoming and supportive atmosphere for our customers, clients, and fellow employees.
We believe in supporting our employees just as much as they support our mission. In addition to working in a fulfilling and supportive environment, our employees enjoy:
Medical, Vision, and Dental benefits
Generous PTO Plan
Paid Short- & Long-Term Disability.
403(b) retirement plan with employer match
30% Employee discount at Goodwill stores in ME, NH & VT
Valuable job training with growth potential and more!
We also offer "life navigation" services, which means you can get free counseling and help if you're going through tough times. We also provide telehealth services you can use over the phone so you can take care of your physical and mental health. Goodwill NNE is all about creating a friendly and respectful workplace. We want everyone to be kind, open, good listeners, and supportive of each other. When you join the Goodwill NNE team, you're not just getting a job; you're becoming part of a community that looks out for its employees and their well-being.
As a Production Specialist, your role involves:
Sorting, inspecting, and stocking donated items.
Pricing items and putting them on the sales floor.
Prioritize safety and follow Agency safety policies.
Collaborate with supervisors to meet individual production goals.
Possess basic mathematical and literacy skills necessary for the job.
Be open to working a flexible schedule based on business needs, including evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Successfully pass a criminal background check that meets Agency standards.
High school diploma or equivalent qualification.
Previous experience or certification in light manufacturing, processing, or warehouse work is a plus.
Prior experience in thrift or used goods processing is a plus.
- Communication - verbal: Some Knowledge
Interpersonal Skills: Some Knowledge
Customer Service: Some Knowledge
Team Player: Works well as a member of a group
Leader: Inspires teammates to follow them
- Ability to Make an Impact: Inspired to perform well by the ability to contribute to the success of a project or the organization