to help the sales for support of the people in the rehabilitation cenyer
supervisor (Former Employee) – manassas....va – January 29, 2014
I came in from a temp service.....I had on day trading and I learned very quickly my job....I asked to do more things and they allowed me to grow within the company.I have done many positions and then they made me a supervisor of my department.I supervised two to three people at one time
Site Director (Former Employee) – Midland, MI – May 23, 2016
Working at Share was a great chance to get my feet wet in the work world. The position gave me a chance to experience a job and working with co workers but also progress to leadership and get experience leading a staff team and being in charge of a site of kids. The best part of this job was the relationships that developed with my coworkers but more importantly with the kids and the chance to be a part of strengthening their relationships with the Lord is irreplaceable.
Warehouse Janitor (Current Employee) – Fresno, CA – May 20, 2016
The Salvation Army is about second chances and opportunities. The dedication and support I have received as a beneficiary has been wonderful. The staff has allowed me to get my life back on track by providing me with a daily routine that includes work assignments, classes, counseling, fellowship, and most importantly chapel. It has helped me become more responsible for my actions, held me accountable for mistakes, and promoted team work. Everyday is challenging and a learning opportunity,
meals provided, several different work assignments, supportive staff.
Cook Supervisor (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – May 17, 2016
Typical day at work was in to come in and start preparing meals for the clients, I enjoyed planning the meals and cooking. I enjoyed some of my coworkers and the atmosphere was friendly. The hardest part of my job was leaving, but the most enjoyable part was working with clients who was/is less fortunate, helping them get their life back on track.
Facilities Assistant (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – May 14, 2016
As a part of the Facilities Department I am fortunate enough to visit not only everyone within my office, but those in our other locations as well. All of the people I meet and work with are positive and hard working. Having that environment makes it all the easier to go about my day as efficiently as possible.
Processor (Current Employee) – Romeo, MI – May 12, 2016
Very labor intensive and dirty work. A typical day includes processing 200+ items, cleaning, pricing, and organizing them within the store. You also maintain your area (example, I maintained the Shoes and Accessories) and present your merchandise in a pleasant and easily accessible manner.
Occasionally you interact with customers to answer questions and do price checks.
The management is overall civil to nice. The co-workers are mostly friendly and helpful.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Southfield, MI – May 10, 2016
The prices are to high. I learn that they do not value their employees. It is a high turn around rate in management. The hardest part about the job is pretending that it is okay. I enjoyed talking with the customer getting to know them by name and keeping hem smiling.
Great work environment and makes you feel satstified at the end of the day
Leadership Team Member (Former Employee) – Murrieta, CA – May 10, 2016
The organisation reports a worldwide membership of over 1.5 million people. Mostly recognized during the Christmas season with its volunteers and employees who stand outside of businesses and play/sing Christmas carols, or ring bells to inspire passers-by to place donations of cash and checks inside red kettles.