Sunday, June 26, 2011

Accepting applications for a new Site Supervisor

If you think you have what it takes to be our site supervirsor, I highly recommend that you stop into the center and pick up an application, complete it and return it as soon as possible.
The following is the job description for the job:

· Complete pick ups of donated foods from Food Bank, vendors and private donators in a timely and business-like manner
· Complete pick up of donated items (other than food) when necessary
· Maintain storage locker of donated items and supplies
· Oversee any construction at facility site
· Must have a valid driver’s license and must report to the president any change in status immediately
· Must be able to lift and carry up to 75+ lb
· Must be able to work with diverse customers/clients with respect and compassion
· Must be able to drive a box truck: medically certified or able to be medically certified to drive box truck, pass DMV driving test, before driving truck
· Dry and wet mopping, wash windows, sweep sidewalks and parking lot
· Empty bins of donated items to their proper locations
· Clean and place acceptable items for sale in thrift store
· Works under the direction of the Site Supervisor/President, Board of Directors
· Will maintain all policies of the Board of Directors of the Franklin Area Survival Center
· Light supervision of staff and volunteers, directly oversee the assistant site supervisor
· Must be able to pass CORI check
· Able to work mornings and/or afternoons/some holidays, some Saturdays (food drives, fundraising events, company events, etc)
· Able to work independently, but also work well with a team
· Any other duties as requested by Site Supervisor/Board of Directors

If you think you have the above qualifications, please apply for the position. Accepting applications until we find the right person.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Ed Peramba leaves Franklin Area Survival Center

Ed Peramba came to work as assistant to our site supervisor, Del Parsons, in November 2009. A few months later Del retired and Ed moved up to site supervisor. Ed recently left us to try out some new adventures. We wish him and his wife, Pam, the best of luck in the future.