We treat each other like family so that we can create the places where others enjoy theirs.
We nurture opportunities for growth while celebrating the accomplishments of individuals and teams along the way. We believe in answering to hard work and dedication with the consideration, flexibility, and benefits our team deserves. Put simply: we treat each other like family.
- Employee health insurance – paid by company 100% = $7,591.74/year
- $25,000 life insurance – paid by the company
- Long-Term Disability (LTD) – paid by the company
- Voluntary dental, vision, Short Term Disability (STD), supplemental life, FSA, EAP
- 401K with match $.25 up to 24% of salary – 6% max
- Personal Time Off (PTO) – 16 days first year
- Paid Holidays – 10 days
- Gold’s Gym Clearwater Membership – paid by the company
Site Supervisor Apprentice II
The Site Supervisor Apprentice II is responsible for the construction and volunteer activities on any numbers of job sites. This may include all work from start to finish on one property, specialized phases of the construction process, or rehab and renovation work as needed.
ReStore Donation Pick-Up and Driver Associate
The ReStore Donation Pick-Up & Driver Associate will assist the ReStore to continually refresh the ReStore’s inventory by picking up donated merchandise throughout Pinellas & Pasco Counties and assist with processing and merchandising the ReStore.
The stocker is a crucial role and is the link between the donation department and the sales floor. Essential duties include: welcoming customers, becoming familiar with store layout and location of products, assisting with staging of items, placing products from donation receiving onto the showroom floor, assisting in pricing items, gathering shopping carts, prepping staging areas.
The greeter is an easily recognizable figure in the ReStore who customers may seek out for information. Welcoming customers with a smile is an essential function of this position. Other essential duties include: becoming familiar with areas and products in the store, offering assistance to customers in locating items of interest, identifying areas needing to be restocked/organized.
ReStore Donation Department Volunteer
The donation department volunteer’s role is to facilitate a smooth acceptance of donated items and an equally streamlined loading of purchased goods. This is a vital component of providing items to be sold. Essential duties include: welcoming customers, assisting with donations being dropped off and picked up, moving incoming donations to the staging area. May need to lift up to 50 lbs.
ReStore Electronics Department Volunteer
Volunteers in the electronics department help by identifying issues with electrical/mechanical systems in donated items prior to placing them on the sales floor. Basic electrical knowledge is required to help in this department. Essential duties include: testing incoming electronics to ensure proper operation including, but not limited to, ceiling fans, refrigerators, clothes washers and dryers, dishwashers, and ranges, if knowledgeable, troubleshooting/repairing products or identifying issues, cleaning items in preparation to be sold.
The cashier is the focal point of all transactions with our customers. Treat all customers with a smile! Essential duties include: welcoming customers, processing customers with purchases at the cash register, reminding customers of specials and assisting ReStore staff with general store cleanliness.
We are an equal opportunity employer. Applicants are considered for positions without regard to veteran status, uniformed service member status, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information or any other category protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws.