The Salvation Army - Central Territory

  • Kroc Center - Seasonal Bell Ringers

    Job Locations US-NE-Omaha
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Seasonal Full-Time
  • Overview

    The Kroc Center in Omaha is looking for Seasonal Bell Ringers for the Christmas Kettle Season.  The season begins on November 9 and runs through December 24.  Bell Ringers may work up to 40 hours a week.  Normal bell ringing days and hours are Monday through Saturday from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM.    This is a great opportunity to earn a little extra money during the holiday season. Starting pay is $9.00 an hour.  


    • Report for work on time and in accordance with the pre-determined work schedule.
    • Communicate with your immediate supervisor prior to the start of your scheduled shift if you are unable to report for work as previously scheduled. 
    • Dress appropriately for the weather outside.  
    • Maintain a clean, neat and well groomed appearance at all times.  Wear the bell ringer apron for ID purposes.
    • Bell Ringers are to be polite and jovial.  Smile and greet everyone who passes with “Merry Christmas”, “God bless you”, “Have a great day”, “Thank you”, etc.
    • Gently and constantly ring the bell, down at your side.
    • Open doors where locations allow.


    • Must be able to work 4-hour, 6-hour, or 8-hour shifts.
    • Must be trustworthy; able to work independently, follow verbal and written instructions, and willing to support the mission of The Salvation Army. 
    • Must pass all applicable background checks.
    • Must be able to stand for long periods of time outdoors in all types of weather conditions.

    A full job description will be provided at time of application.


    Applications must be completed in person (do not apply online):


    The Salvation Army

    Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center (The Kroc Center)

    2825 Y Street

    Omaha, NE  68107


    For more info, call (402) 905-3597



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