Goodwill (http://www.goodwillswfl.org) seeks approximately 13 employees for its new store at the Freedom Square shopping center, near the intersection of Tamiami Trail East and SR-951. Available positions will include part-time customer service associates, cashiers, merchandise processors, and donation attendants. The Freedom Square store is expected to open in late September.
During the Monday job fair, Goodwill will also conduct interviews for part-time positions at its other Naples area stores.
“Our employees aren’t just retail sales clerks, they’re also the spokespersons for our mission,” says Robert Randall, vice president of retail and operations for Goodwill. “Applicants who are cheerful and friendly will really stand out, as well as folks who have a real passion for helping people.”
Goodwill anticipates interviewing between 150-200 retail applicants during these job fairs.
Applicants for all positions are advised to bring a recent resume, along with any materials necessary to display their qualifications. Participants should be prepared to fill out a paper job application and speak with an interviewer for approximately five minutes.
Qualified applicants may be asked to participate in a second interview, to be held in late August.
Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc. serves Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Hendry and Glades, counties. Revenue earned at Goodwill’s 25 Southwest Florida thrift stores supports programs and services for people with disabilities and other disadvantages. Goodwill’s programs include disability-accessible housing, Job-Link centers, youth mentoring programs, and more.
More information is available at Goodwill's website: http://www.goodwillswfl.org.
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Goodwill operates 25 thrift stores in Southwest Florida to support its mission of removing barriers to independence. Programs include income-sensitive housing, career placement assistance, the L.I.F.E. Academy Charter School, Four Wheels for Work, and others.