Incorporated in 1986, The Shelter for Abused Women & Children is the only state certified domestic violence center in Collier County, Florida, and serves victims of domestic violence in Naples, Marco Island, Immokalee, Bonita Springs and all points in-between.
Our vision is a community without domestic violence so that every home is a safe haven for the family it shelters.
Options On-Call Retail Associate
Options Thrift Shoppe has an opening for an on call retail associate. Retail experience preferred. Basic computer and POS skills required. Must be able to lift 20+ lbs and stand for 8 hrs and possess a pleasant and professional manner. A high school diploma or equivalent is mandatory.
Key duties include cash management and register operation, delivery of excellent customer service, assisting donors with donations and the ability to work with volunteers. Since the store is owned and operated by The Shelter, you must possess sensitivity to Shelter clients, our mission and provide confidentiality to Shelter residents who visit the store. Other responsibilities include maintaining a clean and professional look for the store, arranging display cases, monitoring merchandise and greeting all customers.
In addition, candidate must be able to handle multiple priorities, answer incoming phone calls from customers/donors in a pleasant and professional manner. All interested parties please fax resume to: 239-434-9143 – ATTN: Maria
Options Thrift Shoppe Warehouse Assistant
Temporary opening for full-time warehouse assistant. Must be able to lift and move furniture and donated items up to 50 lbs. Light repair skills handy; bi-lingual a plus. Pleasant, professional manner; good people skills. Valid driver's license with good driving record a must. Please fax resume to Maria: 239.434.9143
Currently, The Shelter operates:
Our Guiding Values:
The Shelter's staff serves as ambassadors in the community, carrying the organization's message to those we meet whether at a work-related event or social gathering.
Our pride in those we serve, our programs, services, and our fellow staff is shared in how we communicate about our jobs, coworkers and the organization.
The Shelter's guiding values are integrity, innovation and initiative. We expect to see these values exhibited in our staff as individuals, as well as the organization as a whole.
The Shelter is an equal opportunity employer. We adhere to a policy of making employment decisions without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, or marital status. We assure you that your opportunity for employment with us depends solely upon your knowledge, skills, and abilities.
The Shelter for Abused Women & Children complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and support to the Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. If you need accommodations, please advise us when you are called to schedule an interview.
Please check back regularly and follow us on Facebook (TheShelterNaples) & Twitter (@TheShelterTweet) for updates on employment opportunities and center news.
The Shelter provides unpaid internship opportunities in the following areas: emergency shelter, service management, advocacy, rural outreach & rural services, court advocacy, primary prevention education and outreach, program research projects, counseling, emergency hotline services, elder abuse services, women of means services, primary prevention programs & services, emergency shelter for animals that belong to victims in residence and transitional living housing.
The Shelter provides:
To learn more, please read our Internship Overview (click here), and call 239.775.3862, TTY 239.775.4265