The Fort St. John Thrift Shop receives and sells used clothing, housewares, books, hardware, small furniture and small appliances, with all proceeds designated to support the relief, development, social justice and peace work of MCC. Thrift Shops make a valuable contribution to good stewardship and a healthy environment by recycling items that might otherwise be thrown away. In addition, they provide a sense of community to volunteers and the people we serve through social interaction in a caring community.
The Shop Manager is responsible for the daily operation of the thrift shop from receiving to the retail floor, promoting and implementing MCC Thrift Shop best practices throughout the Shop. The Shop Manager is accountable for Shop's annual sales revenue, expenses and net income. The Manager provides oversight and support for approximately 7 staff and a roster of 40 volunteers, cultivating and maintaining a team approach. The Shop Manager is required to live out their faith by serving others (servant leadership) and advancing the mission of MCC as one relates to volunteers, customers, staff and donors. The Manager reports to the MCC BC Thrift Shop Director and works with the Shop Committee.
The Manager reports to the MCC BC Thrift Shop Director and works with the Shop Committee.
The Shop Manager is expected to work on a rotating schedule, including Saturdays and some evenings when necessary.
Only candidates who are eligible to work in Canada should apply.