4 Current Openings:

Donation Intake Associate

Reports To: Dock Manager

Job Summary:

  • Ensure daily dock goals, projects, and needs are accomplished through direction given through Dock Manager 
  • Assist donors bringing items to the store and provide donation receipt along with superior customer service
  • Assist customers carrying out and loading up purchases including large furniture 
  • Work with volunteers and staff for dock coverage throughout the day to include lunches and breaks 
  • Train and work with any community service workers regarding assignments in the dock area 
  • Ensure all equipment is accessible and stored in accordance with safety guidelines 
  • Ensure proper allocation of donations to assigned areas: Electronics, Books, Toys, Clothing, Furniture, and all Non-Clothing Donations 
  • Ensure daily cleaning of dock and store to include bathrooms 
  • Collection of shop trash and dumpster usage 
  • Cardboard box collection and disposal 

Job Type: 30 Hours per week. Must have the flexibility to work any day of the week during store hours including Saturdays. We are open 10-5 Monday – Saturday with the exception of Thursday when we close at 7.

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Donation Processing Associate

Reports To: Assistant Manager

Job Summary:

  • Processing incoming donations of household goods and other non-clothing items for sales floor 
  • Merchandising and filling product shelves and racks 
  • Pricing of incoming donations 
  • Working with staff and volunteers to ensure pricing is in compliance with established guidelines 
  • Maintaining organization and cleanliness of work area 
  • Ability to stand for prolonged periods of time 
  • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds 
  • Fill in for areas that have staff needs when required 
  • Ability to cross train in all areas of the store 
  • Markdowns and pulling after sale of product for recycling 

Job Type: 30 Hours per week. Must have the flexibility to work any day of the week during store hours including Saturdays. We are open 10-5 Monday – Saturday with the exception of Thursday when we close at 7.

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Front End Assistant Manager

Reports To: Store Manager

Job Summary:

Support store in driving sales and merchandising. Create a positive volunteer, customer and staff experience. Exemplify the Clothes Less Traveled Values and Mission Statements. Principal Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the daily operations of the shop:

Register Operations

  • Train, Direct and Oversee cashiers to comply with all financial requirements
  • Oversight of all policies and procedures for Point of Sale operations
  • Accountable for nightly balancing of registers to include both cash and credit transactions, deposits, and reconciliations
  • Creates and administers schedule for all cashiers
  • Ensure safety practices are adhered to at the front check out area and that all space behind counters is clear and safe

Sort Station (Clothing Processing)

  • Support staff members in clothing sort area
  • Creates and administers schedule for all processors in the sort room
  • Ensure movement of merchandise and adherence to pricing guidelines
  • Manages daily product flow of clothing on the sales floor
  • Oversee and ensure Sort Supervisor manages the processing of donations

Floor Support

  • Evaluates and manages all clothing departments for sales, inventory levels and rotation of non-selling product
  • Directs all floor staff in daily operations to include servicing customers, maintaining dressing rooms, cleanliness and safety
  • Responsible for determining weekly sales items, signage, and placement of product on sales floor.
  • Oversee and ensure Floor Supervisor manages flow of processed donations

Job Type: Full-time

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Executive Director (ED)

Reports to: Board of Directors

Job Summary

The Executive Director is responsible for the successful leadership and management of Clothes Less Traveled (CLT) according to the strategic direction set by the Board of Directors.  The ED represents the organization to community partners, donors, supporters, volunteers, the general public, regulatory bodies, and other agencies.  The ED position reports to the Board of Directors (BOD) through the Board Chair.

Professional Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 5+ years senior management experience (non-profit strongly preferred)
  • Experience implementing of a strategic plan
  • Solid, hands-on budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting
  • Ability to compellingly convey the organization’s vision and mission to staff, board, volunteers and the community
  • Skills to collaborate with and motivate board members, other volunteers, and staff
  • Strong written and oral communication skills; strong public speaking skills

Primary areas of Responsibility:

Strategic Leadership

  • Personify and reinforce within the organization the Vision, Mission, and Values of Clothes Less Traveled
  • Participate with the BOD in developing and executing the strategic and high level operational plans to guide the organization
  • Ensure adequate tracking and reporting processes exist to capture both leading and end result indicators in all key areas of CLT, including but not limited to, the store operation, Grants and Scholarships
  • Focus on and promote long-term sustainability and community impact in the programs and services that CLT provides
  • Foster effective teamwork between the BOD, its officers and the Staff
  • Participates as adviser and resource on committees such as, but not limited to, Grants, Scholarships, Finance and Strategy

Financial Management

  • Work with store manager, bookkeeper/accountant to develop short and long term budgets for Finance Committee
  • Operate the CLT enterprise within approved budgets, making recommendations for changes promptly when needed
  • Prepare quarterly and annual financial reports for the Finance Committee
  • When indicated by the strategic plan, research and propose fund-raising efforts and manage those approved

Operations Leadership

  • Responsible for the hiring, development and termination as necessary of organization staff.
  • Develop and execute an operational plan based on strategic objectives
  • Develop and update key performance metrics to be reported regularly to the BOD
  • Establish and maintain a positive, healthy and safe work environment throughout CLT
  • Provide regular input to the BOD on issues pertaining to space utilization, facility costs and maintenance
  • Ensure a proper salary and benefits structure is maintained in the organization
  • Execute the performance management process including annual performance reviews, round-table discussions and exit interviews
  • Ensure new employee orientation and ongoing training programs are in place

Community Relations

  • In concert with Board Chair, act as spokesperson for CLT, establishing collaborative arrangements with community groups, grantees, funders and other organizations to help achieve the goals of CLT and serve the overall community
  • Identify changes occurring in the service area and make recommendations to address
  • Assemble grant and scholarship award applications, prepare necessary reports and provide support to the Grant Committee/ Scholarship Committee respectively on an as needed basis
  • Prepare and execute a plan to be the premier volunteer organization in our service area

Risk Management

  • Identify, assess and inform the BOD of major internal and external issues that could affect the organization and make recommendations for resolution
  • Ensure CLT carries appropriate insurance coverage
  • Ensure compliance with all local, state and federal laws

Please send resumes with cover letter and salary requirements to

We are also always in need of superb, dedicated volunteers!