Teen and Adult Team Member Guidelines


Team  Guidelines

Our Team Members keep our sale running smoothly and are the most vital resource we have.  We can’t do the sale without you!  If you’re interested in becoming a Team Member check out our needs. Consignors can enter your consignor number and password.  First-time Team Members can use the link under the log-in to register and set up your account.  Everyone is invited and welcome to become a team member. Team Members are invited to shop during our 

Preview Sale on Thursday April 30, 2020, at 4 pm -8 pm

Why become a team member?

Get a break from the kids and the everyday schedule

Meet other people from the area

Shop before the Public Sale

Without our wonderful Team Members, we would NOT be able to coordinate such an exciting event! Thank you for taking the time to consider helping us at the sale! 

New Incentives for Teen and Adult Sale Team Member who are Consignors(fall 2019)

Team member who work 3 hours will receive 65%  profit and get to shop the pre-sale Thursday April 30, 2020 at 4 pm - 8 pm . 

Team Members who work 6 hours will receive 70% profit and get to shop the pre-sale Thursday April 30, 2020 at 4 pm.  

​Team Members who works breakdown Sunday May 3, 2020,  2 pm - 8 pm (full 6 hours, this shift only ) will have their consignor fee ($10) waived.  

Team members are asked to sign up for at least one 3-hour shift. Some shifts:

-Help with set-up (requires some heavy lifting, setting up of tables and racks)

-Help with checking in items and placing them on the proper racks/tables

-Check the quality of items for stains, tears, wear

-Help sanitize items according to the law

-Monitor sales floor; maintain organization of items

-Help with customer service during the sale

-Monitor fitting rooms and reattach tags as items come out of the fitting rooms

-Help at checkouts taking tags off items and counting items for cashier

-Breakdown (sort items back to consignor number, break down tables and racks, help pack up donates)

-Help maintain a safe environment for shopper and volunteers

-Security monitor: monitor doors, check for receipts, monitor shoppers and fellow workers

If you have any physical issues that would make these activities difficult for you, we have other tasks available. 

Please contact Lisa for more information info@saleforkids.com 

 We ask that team members refrain from dropping off your items during the shift you chose to work. Please allow time to drop off your items before or after your shift(s). Thank you. The shift you sign up for is to assist consignors who drop off items, you cannot do this if you are putting your own items back instead.  Dropping off your own items does not count as part of volunteering. 

Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. Dress for the weather as our buildings are not heated or cooled.  We will provide you with a name tag to wear. 

Small snacks (crackers, chips, candy, and fruit) and drinks (water) will be available to team members during their shifts in a designated area.


Set-Up: This position is more for someone who likes to help assemble the clothing racks, set-up the sales floor and.  

Inventory Check-In: Help consignors place their items in the correct place during drop off.   

 Cashier: This position is for someone with experience using a computer and working in a fast pace environment. This person will be helping the customers with their purchase, scanning tags, and handling money. If you would like to run register please contact Lisa prior to the sale. Must be trained by Lisa for this position. This is a seated position! 

Tagger: You will work with the register person by cutting tags from items being purchased and counting to make sure all tags are removed from the items, bagging items, and keeping the line moving. Will also help in returning clothing that was tried on in the fitting room to the floor when lines are not busy. 

Changing room Attendant: This person will assist with the fitting rooms, keeping track of what rooms are available, and re-tagging and pinning clothing to return to the floor

Runner/Floater: helping out wherever help is needed. Help with keeping items off the floor and picking up things that have fallen. Also will be helping to return items to the racks from the changing rooms when not purchased

Breakdown: after the sale closes, this is a fast-paced environment:  

Team Members will be helping sort unsold items by donates and consignor resort number for them to pick-Up, 

Team Members during breakdown also help with dismantling clothing racks, help with loading the trucks, help pack donated items and help with building clean up.   

Please understand that we need workers every day at Westmoreland Sale for Kids and you are helping as an independent contractor and by doing so agree to the above incentives.