Job Opening for Full-time Truck Driver/Furniture Mover

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Truck drivers pick up donations from residences and businesses in the Greater Morris County area, assist customers and donors in loading and unloading merchandise, assist the ReStore Director and Warehouse Manager with cleaning and organizing the warehouse and loading dock and supervise volunteers as needed.

The candidate must be age 18 or older with a high school degree and be able to do heavy lifting. Staff members must show commitment to core values of Morris Habitat for Humanity and demonstrate good customer service standards and a friendly manner. Requirements include a valid driver’s license with a good driving record and experience driving a 16-foot box truck in residential neighborhoods. Our 16-foot box trucks have automatic transmissions, and a CDL is not required. Driver’s record and criminal background checks will be performed.

Full-time truck drivers work 40 hours a week, Monday to Saturday.

Read the full truck driver job description and apply online at Indeed. To apply directly, e-mail your resume and cover letter to restore@morrishabitat.org  or drop off your resume at the ReStore.  Ask for Ben or Christian.


Job Opening for Part-time Warehouse Associate/Truck Helper

Equal Housing Opportunity logoThe warehouse associate is responsible for receiving, processing, stocking and displaying donated materials. The warehouse associate will also receive walk-in donations in person and help supervise and direct volunteer “staff” in carrying out required tasks and projects. This person will assist as a truck helper when needed.

The candidate must demonstrate good customer service standards, be able to lift 50 pounds on a consistent basis and be able to stand for long periods of time. Staff members must show commitment to core values of Morris Habitat for Humanity. A high school degree or equivalent is required. Truck helper duties require a valid driver’s license with a good driving record. Criminal background checks will be performed.

Flexible part-time hours of 24 per week will include weekdays and Saturdays.

Read the full warehouse associate job description and apply online at Indeed. To apply directly, e-mail your resume and cover letter to restore@morrishabitat.org  or drop off your resume at the ReStore.  Ask for Ben or Christian.


Morris Habitat ReStore Will Pick Up Donations in Central New Jersey

ReStore truckMorris Habitat for Humanity expanded in November 2020 by acquiring the service area of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Plainfield & Middlesex County. We encourage donations to the ReStore from residents and companies in Morris and Middlesex Counties; Fanwood, Plainfield and Scotch Plains in Union County; and Green Brook, North Plainfield and Watchung in Somerset County.

Check out our Donate page to find out how to request a pick-up of large items.


Shop and Pay Online for Building Supplies

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The ReStore’s new online Discount Building Supply store opened on November 2, 2020. You can now shop and pay on the Discount Building Supply web site for building supplies such as flooring, doors, millwork, windows, countertops, sinks, vanities and tools. You will also find an ever-changing selection of DIY home improvement products for sale. New products at great prices are added daily.


WE’RE NOW OPEN AS OF FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 2020

INFORMATION FOR SHOPPERS

As an essential business offering building supplies and home improvement items, we are pleased to reopen to the public with increased health and safety protocols for staff and shoppers.

New Hours:

The ReStore is now open Tuesday – Saturday from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., with 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. reserved for elderly and immunocompromised shoppers. We are limiting the number of people in the ReStore to ensure social distancing.

Online shopping continues with new and additional inventory added every day.

Social Distancing:

For the health and safety of our customers and staff, we are promoting social distancing by limiting the number of shoppers in our store and by directing people to maintain at least six feet of distance between each other at all times.

Plexiglass dividers have been installed at the checkout and concierge stations.

All staff and volunteers are wearing masks. Customers are not required to wear masks, but we encourage non-vaccinated customers to wear a mask.

Shoppers may utilize the self-service bagging and wrapping station now located at the front of the store.

Cleaning and Disinfection:

While the ReStore has always followed strict protocols for cleaning and disinfection, we have implemented increased sanitary processes, including the sterilization of all incoming donations. Every donation is cleaned and sanitized; upholstery is further treated with Sterifab, a nonresidual spray that deodorizes as it disinfects and is EPA registered.

We continue to clean and disinfect the store and checkout areas multiple times a day for your safety.

A fully stocked sanitizing station is located at the front of the store.

Delivery, Curbside Pick Up and Returns

The ReStore continues with drive-up, curbside pickup. Delivery is now available.  All returns have been suspended at this time. Please see a staff member for details.

INFORMATION FOR DONORS

In these uncertain times of COVID-19, donations are needed now more than ever.

Morris Habitat ReStore welcomes all offers of new or very gently-used items, but we reserve the right to refuse unsuitable donation drop-offs. Donation drop-offs will be accepted Tuesday – Saturday from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., or you can schedule a pick-up in the local area by filling out the pick-up request form on our Donate page, by emailing Restore.Donations@morrishabitat.org or by calling 973-366-3358 ext. 210.

For information on acceptable donations, Discount Building Supply web site.

SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITY—THE STORE THAT BUILDS HOMES

As a discount retail store offering new and gently-used building supplies, appliances, and home improvement products, the Morris Habitat ReStore is a nonprofit organization providing an essential service to the community.

Inventory is donated and profits are used to fund the building of homes for families in need by Morris Habitat for Humanity. The COVID-19 health crisis has become an economic crisis, and, now more than ever, families are in need of affordable housing and affordable places to purchase the items they need for their homes. The Morris Habitat ReStore is the answer to both, and we are proud to serve and support the community safely.


Christmas ornament celebrating 35 years

Commemorative Keepsakes Celebrate 35 Years

Add a touch of Morris Habitat to your home or office decorations!

When you donate $35 or more at the Morris Habitat for Humanity ReStore register, you will receive one of our limited-edition handmade solid brass commemorative keepsakes, while supplies last. They celebrate 35 years of helping families on their path to homeownership.


 
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