Tree Lot Managers and Assistants

As a social enterprise Aunt Leah's Tree Lots have been raising money to fund programs that helps prevent youth in foster care from becoming homeless and mothers in need from losing custody of their children for over 25 years .

As a social enterprise, Aunt Leah’s Tree Lots have been raising money to fund programs that helps prevent youth in foster care from becoming homeless and mothers in need from losing custody of their children for over 25 years.

We are currently recruiting to fill 7 Full-Time Seasonal positions for our Christmas Tree Lots. The positions are expected to commence immediately through to Lot Closing on December 23, 2020.

These are Seasonal positions at established Christmas Tree Lots in, Vancouver, Burnaby and Coquitlam. All lots are easily accessible by transit.

The Tree Lot Managers \Assistant Managers are responsible for the overall operations of the designated tree lot:

  • Participate in Tree Lot set up and take down
  • Adherence to Covid -19 Health and Safety Policies and Procedures
  • Daily opening and closing of the tree lot
  • Tree Lots Inventory Management
  • Tree Sales and up-selling, and wrapping
  • Supervise and orientate the tree lot volunteers
  • Daily reconciliation and reporting
  • Cash Handling
  • Management of Delivery schedules

Ideal candidates possess:

  • Relevant combination of experience with general suitability
  • 1-4 years’ experience working with the public
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions
  • Criminal Record Check Clearance for Vulnerable is required and must be approved before start date
  • Adheres to the Aunt Leah’s Code of Ethics
  • Ability to work a variety of shifts including week-ends
  • Physical ability to lift 25-50 lbs.
  • Operate hand tools – saw, loppers
  • Cash handling experience
  • Outstanding Customer Service skills

For these positions, candidates must be able to commit to 8 hours a day, 5 days a week and be available to work evenings and week-ends for a minimum 5 week period. These are Seasonal positions that will begin in early November and run to Lot closing in December. To apply, simply email your resume and cover letter to aoates@auntleahs.org. Please INDICATE the position you are applying for and location preference in the subject line. Applications will be accepted until filled.

What We Believe

Our Values

  • 01
    All behaviour has meaning and is the human tool for communication.
  • 02
    Success is fragile and must be tended to and supported with care.
  • 03
    An individual’s artistic/soulful centre must be expressed and appreciated.
  • 04
    Celebration is essential to a successful life.
  • 05
    Community building ensures that we all have a place to go when we need support.
  • 06
    Entrepreneurial spirit builds individuals and organizations.

Why Join Us

  • You’ll tackle unique challenges - Not two days are the same and each participant has their unique story but you have what it gets and will be given the support and resources to do the best. You’ll play a role in creating a future that otherwise wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for our team's entrepreneurial spirit and creativity.
  • Your professional development matters - Constant learning is essential and we also like to learn together. Once a month, we all get together to participate in meaningful workshops and discussions that enhance our ability to serve our participants and our community in a better way. We also invest in your individual education and training.
  • You will be part of one of the Top 10 Impact Charities in Canada - Aunt Leah's Place has been selected as a top 10 Impact Charity, by Charity Intelligence for three years in a row. We are the only one in B.C. with this designation.
  • You will feel like you are working with family - Our participants and staff frequently comment that Aunt Leah's feels like a family. We embrace individuality, diversity, and care for each other.
  • You’ll become part of a greater mission - The overrepresentation of BIPOC people in the child-welfare system in Canada is a result of years of colonial practices. We are on a mission to change the system and reduce the number of kids who enter the foster care system. Aunt Leah's uses research, data, and stories of lived experiences to understand the challenges before us. We advocate and partner with other root grass organizations to build innovative solutions, raise awareness, and drive much needed systemic changes.
  • We've got great leaders - Our leadership team rolls their sleeves up,  lead by example, openly recognize individual contributions and fully understand that we are humans with unique strengths and challenges. Their combined experience, sense of humour, and development skills, make it really easy to get up and go to work every day.

What We Offer

Besides a great workplace culture, we offer a generous benefits package (Dental and Extended Health Care), RRSP matching program, a generous vacation, and personal time package and employee discounts at our Thrift Store.

Every dollar counts

Your support helps kids in foster care and young mothers
achieve a better future.