People's is Hiring for Storekeeper and Operations Manager
The Store Keeper works as a cashier and as a customer activist: every co-manager is responsible for providing prompt, comprehensive and welcoming customer service, and this position requires a majority of hours spent with face-to-face customer contact.
The Operations Manager oversees staffing and scheduling for the store, ensures training and support for operations staff and supports comprehensive and efficient store operations with regard to cleanliness, customer service and store security.
This Wellness buyer will share responsibilities with a Non-foods co-buyer in the department and is responsible for selecting, ordering, pricing, receiving, stocking and merchandising supplements and personal care items. The co-buyers are also responsible for managing financial aspects of all the sub departments (sales, margins, turns, cost of goods, labor hours, etc), and providing customer support in various aspects.
34-38 hours per week
People's is democratically and radically run workplace. The management is a 30 person collective! As a collective, we manage the Co-op in service to People’s Member-Owners and in-line with the goals established by their elected stewards, the Board of Directors. In addition, the Co-op and Collective are committed to fostering human rights, social and economic justice in our community and workplace. Making a commitment to People’s Co-management requires hard-work, personal growth, dedication, courage, compassion and flexibility.
Compensation and Benefits
The compensation package is: $14.00/hr to start for every position, a human scale and empowered workplace, 19% discount on purchases at the Co-op, medical and dental insurance (including access to naturopathy and acupuncture), Staff Benefits Exchange Program (reduced rate services from participating wellness practitioners & bike mechanics), paid personal time off, and annual raises.
How to submit your application
For now, we don't take applications unless we are in an active search for new staff. When we are actively hiring, this is how it works: We post our job opportunities on our front door, on our social media, and on this website, and sometimes other places, too. You can pick up an application at the cash register or download one and fill it out. You must complete an application in order to be considered for an interview. You may submit your application via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or, you can drop it off at the store. Feel free to include your resume and cover letter, but note that neither will be considered without a completed application packet. Due dates and times for completed application packets are on the cover letter for each packet!
We encourage you to retain job descriptions for your reference.
What to expect
We will be reviewing applications and conducting interviews for two to three weeks following the application deadline. We will make an initial round of phone interviews with selected applicants, and then the Hiring Committee will conduct face-to-face interviews with the remaining pool of applicants.
We generally receive a large number of applications when we have openings and are therefore unable to contact each applicant personally to follow up. We will, however, make a strong effort to call those candidates who have had a phone interview once our decision has been reached.
We are an equitable opportunity workplace~We encourage women, black, indigenous and all people of color, gender variant, queer and trans people and people who speak english secondarily to apply to work here with us. Please apply!
Looking forward to hearing from you~thank you!