Supervises Intake Worker (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – July 6, 2014
I have learned much from working with the SVDP volunteers and other management staff. The most rewarding thing is seeing them help the families of Milwaukee. The most challenging is being productive and efficient while not having a structured day to day task list.
(Volunteer) Urban Rest Stop (Former Employee) – Medford, OR – October 9, 2017
Friendly Environment provided, non profit business providing help for the homeless and poor around the Medford, OR. Area Lee The manager loves to help the homeless and poor in any way possible most things are proovided via donation expenses also Lee coordinates & facilitates help through local vendors in the area.
KITCHEN STAFF (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 21, 2017
I was a volunteer in the kitchen area for approximately 6 to 7 months. I prepared lunch, washed pots and pans, opened cans and cleaned kitchen area. I worked diligently to complete all tasks requested of me.
Stock Associate (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – September 16, 2017
st.vincent depaul was a nice place to work at.st.vincent depaul gave me great work experience. I learned how to be a team player at st.vincent depaul. i also learned how to be come more of a hard worker.and i am on time. i have good communicate skills.i have good working experience when i start working on a job.s
Onsite Manager/Recruiter (Current Employee) – Eugene, OR – September 6, 2017
one of the worst companies to work for and rent from. The are so confused them selves in the office that they never know who to transfer anyone to and when it comes to renting and managers and resident services they suck.They over work their employees with bad benefits. They really need to get everyone that works from them on the same page as the main office.
St Vincent de Paul is a fun loving and diligent place to work
Store Associate (Current Employee) – Utica, MI – September 4, 2017
St Vincent de Paul is a fun loving place to work. Many different people work and volunteer there is diversity. The competition between the other thrift stores but people love us. Get to work about 15 minutes before my shift greet everybody punch in and usually shifts are ending and I'll take over after a heads up on sales. I've learned to speak to customers with respect, dignity and authority. Also I,ve learned to work as a team and don't sweat the small stuff. The hardest part of the job is dealing with difficult customers. The most enjoyable part of the job is when getting a lot of donations to help others.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Tacoma, WA – August 28, 2017
what I enjoy most about the job is the customer's that come in just to see me...to say hello and then maybe shop. but they always shop. they like to come and bring us goodies to eat and tell us about their day, and then always it never fails they want to see what is new, and some them will come back twice in a day, just to see the new items.
Volunteer Work (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – August 26, 2017
I loved volunteering and helping people , it was good getting to know new people ,Also it made me thankful for all I had. I like helping the less fortunate because if I was in that situation I would want someone to help me.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Wausau, WI – August 25, 2017
Like my last job, working as a cashier at St. Vincent de Paul was too slow, even for a second hand store. My employer was racist towards the staff members throughout the store and was barely at work overall.
Custodian (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – August 13, 2017
I was hired to work out at PERS as a Custodian in a temporary position, which led to me being hired by the State of Oregon for a permanent position. There were three floors and I handled the cleaning of one complete floor and half of the ground floor.There was minimal supervision which I liked for working.