Supervisor (Former Employee) – Washington, MI – February 5, 2017
It is very fast pace. You need to be very motivated. Willing to work a lot of hours. I have learned how to supervise people. The management was good. They could have done a little better but overall they knew what they were doing and knew how to run a store. The benefits were awesome. The hours were great.
Corps Officer (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 3, 2017
Run an daily office setting with 4 to 8 employees. Improved customer service ratings through several performances which may include helping with rental and utilities assistant and emergency food distributions. Managing various programs for youths and adults. Conducting bible studies and worship services weekly. Help generate fundraisers and sessional campaigns. Conduct a advisory council. Also as a Salvation Army corps officer are professional friendly customer service skills in communicating with people of diverse cultures while providing exceptional customer service. A Salvation Army corps officer is a natural leader with a passion for team building and promoting positive company morale.
Store Supervisor (Former Employee) – Akron, OH 44311 – February 2, 2017
The joy of working for The Salvation Army is that you know that you are helping people in need. Going to work every day knowing that what you are doing is benefiting the less fortunate is a great feeling.
Bell-Ringer (Former Employee) – Southbridge, MA – February 1, 2017
The Salvation Army has very nice people in charge. They are very reasonable and they gave me a few extra hours when I needed them. They only took 4 hours out my total day and I got to make money while supporting a wholesome cause.
HRIS Manager-Benefits Coordinator (Current Employee) – Happy Valley, OR – February 1, 2017
It depends on what type of opportunity one seeks and in what environment. this is a definitely religious environment. If one can deal with individuals who believe they are qualified for positions because they went to "training school' one can do well.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – January 31, 2017
Its a great store great atmosphere and great location great employees I like working there I give it 100 stars if I can the salvation army company helps the homeless poor needy anyone who really needs it
Cashier / Stock (Former Employee) – Northfield RD. North Randall Ohio – January 31, 2017
Productive and fun workplace met lots of interesting people good memories of working with my mother. You get to be creative coming up with prices, listening to people and help them solve their problems.
close to bus stop, got Sundays and another day off
Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) – 132 Merrimack Street, Haverhill, MA 01830 – January 31, 2017
I worked with a good congenial manager and crew at the store, however, morale was deteriorating over time in view of organizational and managerial shortcomings. Solvable problems accrue and easily attained improvements of operation are neglected to undermine individual and corporate purpose
Cashier (Former Employee) – Indianapolis Indiana – January 31, 2017
after you get the hang of the work place, I learned that if you work with your teammates things go a lot smoother. it wasn't that fast paced but, the people were friendly and the other employees were very helpful.
Community Director (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – January 31, 2017
Salvation Army believes in helping the community. I learned a lot about manaement, workplaece culture, budget and public relations. The most enjoyable part of my job was giving to the homeless every Friday.