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Goodwill-West Texas
Corporate Office

2200 North 1st St.
Abilene, TX 79603

Phone: (325) 676-7925
Toll Free: (866) 686-7925
Fax: (325) 676-7391

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Goodwill-West Texas is currently hiring for the following positions:

Store Manager – Odessa, Texas

Qualified applicants must possess exceptional customer service, leadership, merchandising and fiscal abilities. Responsible for overseeing the operation of store, ensuring maximum sales & profitability through expense control, human resource management, operating costs & loss prevention. Retail sales & management experience required. Email tbloodgood@goodwillwesttexas.org for more information.

Production Worker- Abilene, Texas
Qualified applicants must be able to follow verbal instructions, safely lift and carry 50 pounds independently, maneuver carts and containers filled with clothing and materials. No experience required. Applications available at 2200 N 1st. Street, Abilene TX, 79603.

Truck Driver & Truck Driver Helper – Abilene, Texas
Texas Driver’s License & clean driving record required. Qualified applicants must be able to follow verbal instructions, safely lift and carry 50 pounds independently. Applications available at 2200 N 1st. Street, Abilene TX, 79603.

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Many of the people served by Goodwill are persons with vocational disadvantages, such as: persons with illiteracy, persons with physical disabilities and mental disabilities, persons with developmental disabilities, as well as, those who receive public assistance, persons who have been abused, persons who have difficulties with substance abuse, persons who have criminal backgrounds and persons over the age of 55.

At Goodwill, we help people with barriers to employment find meaningful work. Our workforce development department will do their best to provide personalized job training and help you find employment.

Goodwill-West Texas provides Work Adjustment Training (WAT). By working one-on-one with a mentor, this training program helps individuals build the foundation needed to find and maintain employment in the community.