CONTACT INFORMATION
Christine LeBlanc
Volunteer Coordinator
175 Barker Street
Moncton 
E1C 9T8
506-384-4664
Org. phone:
Fax:
communitydevelopment@habitatmoncton.com
www.habitatmoncton.com

Volunteer at Our ReStore!
Description

Habitat ReStores sell quality, new and gently used furniture, appliances, home décor items and building materials to the public at great prices. ReStore proceeds help cover Habitat’s administrative costs to support local building projects that provide more families with safe, decent and affordable housing. Volunteers at our ReStores assist with a number of different tasks involving the preparation materials for sale, customer service, sorting & organizing inventory, and housekeeping. Below are brief job descriptions of each role volunteers may be asked to fill.

Warehouse Volunteer
Those working in the warehouse are generally responsible for the primary intake of items. This is an ideal position for those that like working with their hands and don’t mind getting a little dirty. It’s a position that does require some level of physical fitness, but we have machinery and operators for the heavy items. Alongside store employees, the volunteers sort the items into the stockroom which will be responsible for preparing the items for sale. Larger items are typically kept inside the warehouse portion of the stockroom, whereas smaller items are brought to the inventory processing room where it will be assessed and brought to the showroom for sale. The everyday tasks include, but are not limited to: Unloading/loading the truck Unpacking/packing boxes Sweeping and maintaining general cleanliness of the warehouse Organizing larger merchandise items Receiving donations Loading large purchases into customer vehicle

Inventory Processing Volunteer
This position is ideal for those that like working behind the scene in the preparation of items for sale. In this position, you’ll be working closely with the ReStore manager and inventory manager in prepping the items for sale. This position requires a knack for cleaning and an appreciation for routine tasks. These tasks include but are not limited to: Sorting merchandise Cleaning and preparing the items for sale Testing the working condition of items Putting price stickers on merchandise. Bringing merchandise into the showroom

Customer Service Volunteer
This is the perfect position for a people person. This is for those who like interacting with customers and have an eye for organization of merchandise. With this position, volunteers are working under the supervision of the ReStore manager and is suitable for a person that likes to take charge and can work independently. The everyday tasks include but are not limited to: Greeting customers Aiding customers in item location Organizing merchandise in the showroom Maintaining the overall cleanliness of the store



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CONTACT INFORMATION
Christine LeBlanc
Coordonnatrice des bénévoles
175, rue Barker
Moncton 
E1C 9T8
506-384-4664
Tel. organisme :
Fax :
communitydevelopment@habitatmoncton.com
www.habitatmoncton.com

Bénévole au magasin ReStore
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