St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church is actively seeking a 30-34 hours a week Maintenance Worker who provides services for the maintenance and security of the parish grounds, Church, Chapel, Rectory, office and other parish buildings.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Assists in maintaining the security of buildings and equipment.
Performs required preventative maintenance actions such as lubrication, cleaning, bulb and filter changes and maintains the baptismal font.
Cleans exterior entrances to the church and assists in grounds work.
Operates the audio/visual system.
Assists in maintaining all parish buildings so that they are clean and ready for parish activities.
Sets up rooms for special activities, religious education classes, and other parish functions.
Makes minor plumbing, electrical, and air conditioning repairs.
Availability to work nights or weekends as may be required by the job.
Ability to communicate effectively with staff members, parishioners, service companies, public companies (Police Fire, EMS) and the general public.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Individual must be experienced in building and grounds maintenance work; have knowledge of and skill in using Industrial tools and equipment.
Maintain confidentiality in all matters.
Requires up to one year working in a similar position.
Must possess and maintain a valid Florida drivers’ license.
Requires an appreciation and respect for the Catholic Church and its teachings.
Church employees must conduct themselves in a manner that is consistent with and supportive of the mission and purpose of the Church.
Their public behavior must not violate the faith, morals or laws of the Church or the policies of the diocese.
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Our Mother’s Attic is a ministry of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. The funds generated through this ministry directly support our Our Mother of Mercy Food Pantry & Outreach, Wildwood Soup Kitchen, and the Lazarus Free Medical Clinic. Come be part of a team that is dedicated to helping those in need!
We are actively seeking a 12-15 hours a week Resale Store Assistant Manager who assists, supervises, monitors and evaluates the daily operations of Our Mother’s Attic Resale Shop. The Assistant Manager provides support to the Resale Store Manager by establishing and maintaining guest services, and is accountable for the operation of a store ensuring maximum sales and profitability through merchandise. Responsible for inventory, expense control, overseeing volunteers and managing operating costs and shrinkage.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Actively promote the vision and mission of the St. Vincent de Paul Resale Store.
Welcome and attend to customers and volunteers.
Assists store manager with store operations. Control shrink, expenses, and payroll.
Improve in-store aesthetics, flow and organization.
Ensure store is well stocked while maintaining a clean, attractive and safe environment.
Ensure accurate pricing. Maintain inventory system for sales floor. Train volunteers in cashiering, inventory and customer service skills.
Manage cashiers/volunteers to achieve maximum efficiency.
Conduct opening and closing store operations. Prepares daily reconciliations and secure money in tamper proof bags.
Produce daily and monthly reports.
All other duties as assigned. Adheres to Diocesan policies and procedures, including Fingerprinting and SET