Internship Details

Opportunity Foundation of Central Oregon
Website:
http://www.opportunityfound.org/

Internship Title
Retail Specialist
Area Industry Minimum Age Hourly Rate Interns Needed
Redmond Service 16 Unpaid - may lead to permanent or full-time paid 3
Resume Required Requires Cover Letter Interview Required Hours Per Week Days Per Week
Yes Yes Yes Up To 29 Up to 5
Application Deadline Start Date End Date Computer Knowledge Drug Screening
2021-04-15 2021-04-19 2021-06-21 No Yes
Background Check
Yes

Description

The Retail Specialist performs production tasks in support of Thrift Store donation processing, merchandising, and recycling operations as necessary. The Retail Specialist will not generally work directly with individuals who are eligible for intellectual and developmental disability services, but these duties are performed in a vocational setting in keeping with the Opportunity Foundation’s philosophy regarding growth and development as it relates to supportive and respectful settings.

Educational Aspect

The intern will learn how to exhibit excellent customer service skills and many aspects of retail, including processing, merchandising, and cashiering.

 

Further Requirements

Must be willing to do routine and detailed tasks, and work effectively and productively as a team member. Must be patient, tolerant, tactful, alert, and have a neat personal appearance for successful job performance. The Retail Specialist is expected to contribute to staff morale by supporting the team with enthusiasm, confidence, and loyalty. The individual must use respectful and courteous language when communicating with team members, supervisors, and customers, and have a pleasant and positive attitude. The Retail Specialist needs to remain calm if the environment gets stressful during busy times, so remaining patient and level-headed with customers and co-workers is admirable. The individual must have good interpersonal skills; getting along well with colleagues and customers is essential.

Lift Requirements
Talking: Routinely Hearing: Constantly
Sitting: Routinely Kneeling: Occasionally
Walking: Routinely Standing: Routinely
Seeing: Constantly Reaching: Routinely
Carrying: Up to 10 lbs. Routinely Bending/Stooping Routinely
Lifting:    Up to 10 lbs. Routinely    
                Up to 25 lbs. Occasionally  
                Up to 40 lbs. With help of another or device occasionally

Opportunity Foundation of Central Oregon
Website:
http://www.opportunityfound.org/
Internship Title
Retail Specialist
AreaIndustry
RedmondService
Minimum AgeHourly Rate
16Unpaid - may lead to permanent or full-time paid
Interns NeededRequires Cover Letter
3Yes
Interview RequiredApplication Deadline
Yes2021-04-15
Start DateEnd Date
2021-04-192021-06-21
Hours/WeekGeneral Computer Knowledge
Up To 29No
Drug ScreeningBackground Check
YesYes

Description

The Retail Specialist performs production tasks in support of Thrift Store donation processing, merchandising, and recycling operations as necessary. The Retail Specialist will not generally work directly with individuals who are eligible for intellectual and developmental disability services, but these duties are performed in a vocational setting in keeping with the Opportunity Foundation’s philosophy regarding growth and development as it relates to supportive and respectful settings.

Educational Aspect

The intern will learn how to exhibit excellent customer service skills and many aspects of retail, including processing, merchandising, and cashiering.

 

Further Requirements

Must be willing to do routine and detailed tasks, and work effectively and productively as a team member. Must be patient, tolerant, tactful, alert, and have a neat personal appearance for successful job performance. The Retail Specialist is expected to contribute to staff morale by supporting the team with enthusiasm, confidence, and loyalty. The individual must use respectful and courteous language when communicating with team members, supervisors, and customers, and have a pleasant and positive attitude. The Retail Specialist needs to remain calm if the environment gets stressful during busy times, so remaining patient and level-headed with customers and co-workers is admirable. The individual must have good interpersonal skills; getting along well with colleagues and customers is essential.

Lift Requirements
Talking: Routinely Hearing: Constantly
Sitting: Routinely Kneeling: Occasionally
Walking: Routinely Standing: Routinely
Seeing: Constantly Reaching: Routinely
Carrying: Up to 10 lbs. Routinely Bending/Stooping Routinely
Lifting:    Up to 10 lbs. Routinely    
                Up to 25 lbs. Occasionally  
                Up to 40 lbs. With help of another or device occasionally

Area Coordinator

Redmond Coordinator
larry@edcoinfo.com
541-815-5005