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Jewelry Devotee - eCommerce



Job Description
Who: You have knowledge and a passion for jewelry. You want to help organize, clean and price (with guidance) the merchandise in our e-commerce department, and provide the best shopping experience for our customers, donors and supporters.

What: Jewelry Devotee will:

Assist staff in looking up guidelines for pricing of merchandise received through donations.

Sort jewelry by precious metal standards.

Sort jewelry by type (necklace, bracelets, earrings, other).

**You are a gemologist or silver smith with experience in pricing jewelry - preferred.

Why: You have a passion for the rarities in life, and want to do what you can to help Idaho’s kids move toward their promising future

When: Monday - Friday, mid morning to early afternoons.

How: In order to volunteer for this opportunity, you will need to:

Be at least 16 years old
Submit application
Submit to a criminal background check
Complete interview
Comply with all Idaho Youth Ranch Volunteer Policies and Procedures

Attention to detail is your strength? To get involved, please contact Volunteer Services at volunteers@youthranch.org or 208-972-5540.







About Idaho Youth Ranch Volunteers
Idaho Youth Ranch is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping vulnerable, at-risk kids transform the pain and despair of childhood trauma into hope for a promising future.


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