- Full Name: Human Resources
- Location: Ganges
- Expires: 19 days, 7 hours
We are looking for a friendly, energetic person to be the Saturday Market Coordinator for
the Raffi Foundation. Working with Raffi, you will enjoy engaging with customers. You are responsible for Saturday Market duty from set up; sales; to take down. Specifically:
• Organize and load up materials in advance for transportation to the Market
• Set up booth, materials (music cds, books, etc.) and equipment
• Maintain clean, orderly and safe booth during the market
• Greet customers in a friendly and cordial manner, answering all requests politely and promptly.
• Educate customers about our values and mission
• Manage electronic and cash sales keeping a sales and inventory report for daily activity.
• Dismantle booth and transport all inventory and equipment to the Raffi Foundation Office.
• Available June 29 through early October, 2019.
• Attention to detail.
• Must provide own cell phone to process electronic sales transactions.
• Planning/Organizing – Uses time efficiently.
• Dependability – Follows instructions, responds to direction; takes responsibility for own actions; completes tasks on times; arrives consistently at work on time.
• Initiate – Self-starter and asks others for and offers help when needed.
• Must lift and/or move containers with inventory and booth equipment.
• Must have car in good working order.
Please send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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