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ABOUT GOODWILL: Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake, Inc. has enjoyed over 94 years of history in the Baltimore area helping others help themselves. Goodwill collects reusable items for resale in our retail stores, trains people for work and living skills and instills dignity and purpose in countless people’s lives. Today, we employ more than 800 individuals; operate more than 25 retail stores throughout Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, Cecil County, Harford County, Howard County and the Eastern Shore; 9 career development sites and provide a variety of commercial services at several locations. Most importantly, we annually provide services to more than 30,000 people in need of assistance because of physical, mental or other social barriers and we place over 2,400 people in jobs giving them “not a charity, but a chance”.

We understand that without dedicated and hardworking employees, our mission would be impossible to achieve. We look for passionate and enthusiastic employees to fill full-time and part-time positions throughout our organization. We strive to be an “Employer of Choice” through various programs, including physical and financial wellness and our partnership with Vehicles for Change. 

We offer a variety of health and welfare benefits, including medical, dental and vision insurance, 401l investments, company paid life insurance and company paid long term disability. We also offer supplemental plans which are employee paid. We are proud to offer family and domestic partner coverage for some benefit plans. We also provide paid vacation time, paid holidays and paid sick time. Benefits coverage and plans are based on certain eligibility criteria.

Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake, Inc. prepares people to secure and retain employment and build successful independent lives.

Simply put, it’s good to work at Goodwill!

Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Job offers are contingent on a criminal background check and drug test.  Additional pre-employment conditions may be required based on specific positions, requirements and responsibilities and will be indicated in the job listing.  

NOTE TO APPLICANTS: Please consider the job location when reviewing open positions and apply for those jobs which you can travel to. All job locations are included in the listing.
Positions are grouped by function as follows:

Administration – positions in Accounting, Administrative Support, Human Resources and Marketing

Commercial Services – positions at our custodial contract sites, including SSA Administration in Woodlawn and Fort Meade

Recycling Center/Operations – positions at our recycling center in Linthicum such as truck drivers, forklift operators and material handlers

Retail Stores – positions are various store locations in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Harford County, Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Cecil County and the Eastern Shore (Salisbury and Easton). Positions including store manager, assistant manager, sales associate/process and ADC attendants

Workforce Development – positions in our social services/workforce development division at various locations including case managers, job placement and rehabilitation services

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Night Manager  (Full Time)
Job Type: Temporary Employment

Baltimore, Maryland  21239 

Night Manager Go to to apply

Sunday-Thursday Over-Night 12AM-8AM paying $17.00 hourly

Qualifications: Security background is desirable. 

Commitment to customer service is crucial.   

High school diploma or equivalency required.  


The Night Managers serve two important purposes: to provide timely responses to campus problems, and to exhibit a visible staff presence in the residence halls even on a non-emergency basis.  Desk Coverage is one of the most important aspects of the residence life program.  Night Managers on duty in each of the buildings monitor the building and respond to emergency and crisis situations. 

The Night Managers primary responsibility is to monitor the residence hall desk and the university visitation policy.  Persons who do not reside in the building should leave their ID's at the front desk during designated visitation times.

Promotes an awareness and understanding of the mission and goals of the Residence Life Office by explaining residence hall policies, programs and staff duties to faculty, staff, guests, parents and students.             

Assist in the interpretation and consistent enforcement of all rules and regulations pertaining to the residence hall and University as outlined in the Code of Student Conduct and Residence Hall Contract.  Consults with residence life staff on resolving behavior problems, especially those of an ongoing and complex nature. 

The Night Manager should attempt to respond to any situations in the building.  If there are problems beyond their scope they should contact their immediate supervisor (They may also contact an R.A. on duty or the RD/AC for the building).

Meet monthly with the Night Manager Supervisor to discuss job performance, goals, objectives, problems, concerns and to keep him apprised of what's going on in the hall.  Attends and actively, participates in all staff development and training programs developed and sponsored by the Residence Life Office, to include regular meetings, and in-service.

Prepares and submits the necessary reports and other assignments expediently (i.e. work orders, visitation violators, incident reports etc.), insuring the accuracy and completeness of same.

Serves as a mediator in resolving conflict between roommates and students in general.

Knowledgeable of campus and community resources and be able to effectively refer students to the appropriate resources when necessary.

Is positive and constructive in attitudes and actions with regard to the University and the value and opportunities inherent in residence hall life.  This is accomplished by serving as a model of maturity and integrity for students and staff in personally observing University and residence hall policies and procedures.

Makes decisions relative to guests being admitted to the building relative to policies and procedures outlined..   

External:  Must be able to effectively interact with students, parents, colleagues, University staff and faculty and vendors.


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