Shipper/Receiver/Driver - Surrey Thrift Shop

British Columbia

There are ten MCC Thrift Shops in BC involved in selling donated clothing, books, furniture and other items in order to raise income for the ministry of MCC BC.

Assistant Manager - MCC Surrey Thrift Shop

British Columbia

The Surrey MCC Thrift Shop is actively engaged in receiving and selling used clothing, furniture, small appliances, housewares, books, toys, jewellery and collectibles with all proceeds designated to support the relief, development, social justice and peace work of Mennonite Central Committee.

Shop Manager - MCC Mission Thrift Shop

British Columbia

The Mission Thrift Shop receives and sells used clothing, housewares, hardware, furniture and appliances, with its proceeds designated for MCC's work internationally and locally.

Shop Manager - Powell River Thrift

British Columbia

The Powell River MCC Thrift Shop is actively engaged in receiving and selling used clothing, furniture, small appliances, housewares, books, toys, jewellery and collectibles with all proceeds designated to support the relief and development work of Mennonite Central Committee.

End Abuse Program Associate

British Columbia

The End Abuse Program Associate works closely with the End Abuse Program Coordinator to deliver MCC BC’s End Abuse Program, providing support, education and referral services to survivors of abuse, as well as pastors and congregations.

Service Program Coordinator

British Columbia

MCC BC Service Program Coordinator coordinates all aspects of recruiting, screening, placing supervising and supporting service workers and International Volunteer Exchange Program participants.

Thrift Shop Coordinator, MCCA

Calgary, Alberta

The Thrift Shop Coordinator provides a vital link between the network of MCC Alberta Thrift Shops and MCC Alberta and as such provides management direction to the Thrift Shop Managers.

Thrift Shop Manager, Taber MCC Thrift Shop

Taber

The Thrift Shop Manager has overall responsibility for the day-to-day operation of the Thrift Shop and oversees all Thrift Shop staff and volunteers. This is a hands-on management position and the manager must be prepared to fill in as required at every level of store operations.

Human Resources Assistant

British Columbia

This salaried full-time position provides administrative and organizational support to the Human Resources Manager for all staff employed by Mennonite Central Committee BC.

New Foundations Program Coordinator

British Columbia

The New Foundations Program Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of a 9-month sustainable livelihoods program that involves a matched savings component for participants, and provides financial literacy, employment readiness, life skills training and community kitchens.

Health Coordinator

Akron or Winnipeg

The Health Coordinator is a member of the Planning, Learning, and Disaster Response (PLDR) Department and is supervised by one of the department’s Co-Directors. The Coordinator:

Summer Intern, MCCA

Calgary, Alberta

This short-term internship is a learning and leadership development opportunity focusing on issues related to relief, development, peace and justice.

Customer Service & Merchandiser - CSJ - Fort St. John Thrift

British Columbia

The Fort St. John MCC Thrift Shop is actively engaged in receiving and selling used clothing, small housewares, books, toys and collectibles with all proceeds designated to support the relief and development work of Mennonite Central Committee, all in a manner that is efficient and fosters C

Customer Service & Merchandiser - CSJ - Yarrow Thrift

British Columbia

The Yarrow MCC Thrift Shop is actively engaged in receiving and selling used clothing, small housewares, books, toys and collectibles with all proceeds designated to support the relief and development work of Mennonite Central Committee, all in a manner that is efficient and fosters Christian res

Donations Processor/Cashier - CSJ - Mission Thrift

British Columbia

The Mission MCC Thrift Shop is actively engaged in receiving and selling used clothing, small housewares, books, toys and collectibles with all proceeds designated to support the relief and development work of Mennonite Central Committee.

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