Thrift Store Manager



Advertiser
Sunday Breakfast Mission
Job Type
Fundraising & Development
Location
Wilmington, DE
Salary Details
Compensation + Generous Benefits
Contract Type
Full-Time
Hours per Week
20
Closing Date
05/01/2024
Will oversee all departments of the Sunday Breakfast Mission’s Urban Vintage Thrift Store.

Job Description

MinistryHub is honored to partner with Sunday Breakfast Mission in their search for a Thrift Store Manager. Please direct all applications through MinistryHub and any inquiries to hello@ministryhub.org.

 

Job Description:

 

  • Will oversee all departments of the Sunday Breakfast Mission’s Urban Vintage Thrift Store.
  • Reports directly to the Support Services Director.

 

Qualifications:    

     

  • Born-again believer in Christ, in example
  • Pass Background check.
  • High School, GED
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • DOT medical card
  • Retail or Thrift experience
  • Basic computer skills: Outlook, Word, Excel.

 

Responsibilities:    

               

  • Oversee all thrift store operation including building and ground maintenance.
  • Schedule personnel for adequate shift coverage.
  • Develop marketing and special deals.
  • Attend GRMF conferences and visit other thrift operations.
  • Open and closeout register daily.
  • Provide feedback to counselors regarding resident behavior.
  • Track all employee and resident hours.
  • Provide monthly reports to Director.
  • Work with staff, residents, and volunteers to provide daily functions.
  • Develop and track work progress of employees and residents.
  • Determine through examination if thrift store functions are working properly and take appropriate action to correct.
  • Drive mission vehicles for donation pickups.
  • Be prepared to communicate the Gospel of Salvation on a personal basis. Keep HVAC, life safety and electrical systems functional and inspected.
  • Perform other duties that the immediate Manager or President deems appropriate.

 

Organization Description

In 1893, a group called the Christian Endeavor Society of Wilmington decided to reach out to the homeless men and "tramps" of Delaware. This group wanted to provide these individuals with church on Sundays and a meal. Upon learning about a similar effort in nearby Philadelphia, the traveled there to study and learn more about how they could impact their community.

The Christian Endeavor Society soon established an effort to provide:

A meeting each Sabbath morning for Wilmington's homeless.

A free meal for these men.

Effort to find work for these men.

The ministry opened at 7th and Lombard in late 1893. But soon, in January 1894, it began to provide shelter.

Throughout the years and at several locations the Mission has gone far beyond "Sunday Breakfast" to reach out to area children through Sunday school programs and to local women through "Mothers' Clubs." After a short time these ministries continued to expand  to men.

All of this effort carries the same Christian emphasis and content of that early Christian Endeavor Society...

To provide rest for the body and peace for the soul.

Sunday Breakfast Mission