The sale of donated goods fuels Goodwill’s nonprofit mission, and best-in-class customer service maintains the trust and support of shoppers. Dedicated store team members ensure guests find a vast array of unique, affordable merchandise in a safe and welcoming atmosphere.
This well-qualified group of drivers, mechanics and others closes the circle between generous donors and treasure-hunting shoppers, moving Goodwill’s mission forward. Extraordinary teamwork and dedication generates on-time service to donations sites and stores.
Equipment operators, production associates and others working in Goodwill’s Warehouse & Salvage operations do much more than manage merchandise for stores and Outlets. They uphold Goodwill’s commitments to environmental sustainability and stewardship of tens of millions of items generously given by donors.
Donation Express Center attendants, supervisors and home pickup team members provide friendly and efficient service for Goodwill’s generous donors, ensuring donated goods quickly reach store racks and shelves where they can be sold to support our mission.
From Accounting to Human Resources, numerous professionals help more than 1,000 Goodwill employees in locations across middle and west Tennessee to achieve their career objectives, while our Career Solutions team provides free training and employment services for the public.
Associates with our dynamic online team work to photograph, price, list and ship collectibles, antiques, jewelry, and other unique items sold in auctions at OnlineGoodwill.com as well as books, games and other media sold on other online platforms.
When Jorge Estrada left Honduras for Texas in 2000, he was a young man with a plan. He intended to go to work in the construction industry, make some money and return in a few years to his native country.
In more than one sense, life had kicked Lisa to the curb. Before January of 2013, the 35-year-old single mom had a good job and the support of her father in raising her four children. But she went to jail for a probation violation.
Susie was filling out her application to work at the Goodwill store in Lexington when she came upon the question she’d been dreading: “Have you been convicted of a felony in the past 10 years?”
Tammy believes she was destined to do her job. Growing up in Nashville, Tammy had a cousin named Letitia who was mentally challenged. Tammy and other family members were Letitia’s constant helpers and protectors.
If you need help developing a resume, filling out job applications or skills training, our Career Solutions team can help.
Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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