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Idaho Youth Ranch

Ecommerce Clerk II - 1 Full Time



Job Description
As an Ecommerce Clerk you will be responsible to grade and post books online, sort books, and fill orders. Your main priority is to assist in generating funds to support agency programs. By contributing to the agency’s community image, you will enhance customer and donor support therefore putting the Idaho Youth Ranch on the internet shopping map.

Responsibilities
• Sorts items for department – effective at determining textbooks, fiction vs. non-fiction
• Scans items into the computer to see if it meets IYR’s Ecommerce acceptance criteria
• Accurately grades books according to Amazon guidelines
• Posts books online with a focus on all details
• Catalogs and stocks items that have been entered into the system onto inventory shelving
• Coordinates and stages sold/packaged items for shipment
• Conducts Ecommerce warehouse audits
• Prepares morning and evening paperwork
• Performs customer service duties and e-mails
• Assists with shipping daily orders
• Trains temporary workers and/or community service workers
• Researches vintage books and other collectible items

Must Haves
• Must have high school diploma or equivalent
• Must exhibit intermediate computer skills including spreadsheets, experience listing items on-line
• Must be able to work with minimal supervision
• Experience with vintage books and collectibles preferred

Skills/Talents
You’ve got passion.
You want to make a difference and have a soft spot for kids. You get excited about the possibility of having a real impact and working closely with a committed team to create something transformative. You see what’s possible and don’t let obstacles deter you. You like to get focused on a vision and work diligently to achieve it. Your passion is evident in your interactions. You like to have fun.
You like a challenge and enjoy a dynamic environment.
You’re okay with being the go-to person for customer service problems, challenges and opportunities. You like to be the master of your environment and learn a system inside and out so you can make the most of your experience.
You’re a pro.
You have a high personal standard of excellence, a strong work ethic and commitment to mission. You’re looking for a new opportunity to leverage and grow your skills, to make a unique contribution to a team effort – to stretch your knowledge, skills and character. You have an innate ability to recognize shifting priorities and adjust accordingly. You understand the power of relationships, the value of persistence, the reward of professionalism, the fun of discovery and the inevitability of change. You’re respected by your peers and can get results where others struggle. Integrity isn’t something you have, it’s who you are.
The Idaho Youth Ranch is one of the oldest non-profit agencies in the state of Idaho. We save, empower and prepare kids for promising futures.
The Idaho Youth Ranch has a competitive Total Compensation Package including: medical plan, dental, vision, retirement plan and other optional benefits. If you want to make a difference in a child’s life, apply today.
For more information regarding this position and our benefits visit our website at: www.youthranch.org










About Idaho Youth Ranch
The Idaho Youth Ranch is a non-profit 501(c)(3) agency that offers emergency shelter, residential care, youth and family therapy, job readiness training, adoption services, and more for at-risk kids and their families.


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