Volunteer Warehouse Stock Processing Assistant

  • VO81671


In this role you'll be working behind the scenes to sort and prepare goods for sale to be distributed to our shops. With your help we'll be able to spot the hidden treasures amoungst donated items which will help raise vital funds towards the target of £88,000 St Andrew's Hospice needs to raise per week to provide specialist palliative care services across Lanarkshire.

Organisation aims and objectives

The objects of the Charity (the Objects) are the relief of sickness and disability in furtherance of the aims, chartism and ethos of the Religious Sisters of Charity (the Congregation) and of any Mission Statement of St Andrew's Hospice which may from time to time be approved by the Members, In particular by: 3.1.1 the provision of palliative, nursing, medical, and other care services for those in need at St Andrew's Hospice or at any other facilities or in the homes of patients; 3.1 .2 the provision of pastoral care services for the spiritual welfare and support of patients, 'relatives and staff particularly through the agency and active work of the Congregation; 3.1.3 the provision of education and research Into any aspect of the care of sick or disabled people or of the service provided by St Andrew's Hospice or at any other facilities; 3.1.4 the provision of services to members of the Congregation who are in need.











Experience required: You never know what you might find in a bag of donated stock! So if you've got natural curiosity and an eye for detail then this is the role for you! You'll need to be a good team player, be able to follow instructions and be organised and reliable.
Travel details: St Andrew's Hospice Warehouse 9 Laverstock Road Stirling Road industrial Estate Airdrie ML6 7UD
Minimum age: 16

Last updated 2 months ago

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