Warehouse receptionist

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Help make today matter by supporting the Ayrshire Hospice as a Warehouse Receptionist, Ayr.

Do you have excellent customer service and organisational skills?
Then we have a new exciting opportunity for you.

Volunteers play a huge part in the running of our stores and our retail chain could not function without the support they provide. We have various opportunities in our stores in our locations throughout Ayrshire. As Warehouse Receptionist, you will be the face of the Hospice and assist in receiving donations from the community. You will handle enquiries, promote our Gift Aid scheme and process applications for this scheme.

To read the full role description, visit ayrshirehopsice.org Benefits of Volunteering with Ayrshire Hospice:

Volunteering with us is flexible and fits around work and life commitments. Giving just 2 to 4 hours per week can make a real difference. Volunteering is a great opportunity to meet new people and be included in a caring, diverse group of people and perhaps even make some new friends for life! Many volunteers feel a sense of belonging as they have a chance to make a difference to others’ lives and be part of something more. The knowledge and skills used in all of our volunteer roles can be great for students looking to enhance their experience and CV to give them an edge in future job applications. Regardless of your reasons for wanting to volunteer we hope that you, along with our other volunteers have fun and enjoy any amount of time you are able to have with us!

How do I apply?
Visit ayrshirehospice.org to download an application form.

For further information contact Ayrshire Hospice on 01292 269200 or email recruitment@ayrshirehospice.org
Completed application forms can be sent to recruitment@ayrshirehospice.org or to Ayrshire Hospice HR, Lochranza Building, Ailsa Hospital, Dalmellington Road, Ayr, KA6 6AB.

Organisation aims and objectives

The Ayrshire Hospice provides specialist palliative care and services to people affected by life-limiting illness across Ayrshire. Care is provided where there is no cure for the condition, but which improves the quality of each day for people who have a limited time to live. We help people to live as actively as they can to the end of their lives - however long that may be, where ever that may be. Care is provided by hospice staff in a number of places including people’s own homes, hospitals and care homes as well as in the hospice’s purpose built day care centre and in-patient unit.The hospice not only takes care of people’s physical needs but look after their emotional, spiritual and social needs too. Family members, close friends and carers are also supported both during a person’s illness and in bereavement.











Minimum age 16
Experience required: Ayrshire Hospice welcomes applications from all sections of the community. You do not need to have any experience to volunteer in this role but ideally you should be able to demonstrate:  An interest in or experience of working in retail/or with the general public  Ability to work independently and as part of a team Good customer service and communication skills Responsible and reliable Friendly and approachable manner This is an ideal opportunity for anyone considering a career in retail.
Minimum age: 16