The Kettle Campaign Driver position exists to further the mission of The Salvation Army by transporting kettle workers and kettle equipment in the day to day operations of the Bell Ringing Campaign.
WORK HOURS: Monday-Saturday 10:00am-1:00pm; 5:00pm-8:30pm
• Visit all assigned store locations to identify kettle placement
• Provide aprons, kettles and bells to kettle workers
• Keep accurate time sheets on all paid kettle workers. Report time to Kettle Coordinator.
• Coordinate site checks throughout the day to ensure that workers are working.
• Responsible for the picking up of all kettle workers and kettles at the end of each workday.
• Bring all kettles to the drop zone each evening.
Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Risk Level
Risk Level 1 - The tasks or activities conducted by Risk Level 1 workers would involve no expectation of exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials.
Physical Activities and Requirements of Position
• Especially where one must frequently convey detailed or important instructions, information, and ideas accurately, loudly, or quickly.
• Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.
• Movements frequently and regularly required using the majority of the body.
Average Visual Abilities
• Average, ordinary, visual activity necessary to prepare or inspect documents.
• Variety of Work; with prolonged standing, walking, bending, climbing, lifting, etc.
• Exerts up to 50 pounds of force occasionally.
• Lift up to 25 pounds regularly.
• Must be understanding
• Have Cooperative Spirit
• Valid divers’ licenses with clean driving record
• Needs to pass Salvation Army background check
• It must be understood by the incumbent that the provisions of Safe From Harm will apply upon commencement of employment and also understood that the required Safe From Harm training be satisfactorily completed within the first thirty (30) days of employment.