Front of House Worker/Handy Person

  • VO36438


We have a vacancy for someone with a sunny disposition to meet and greet people as they arrive, note their details, direct them to their allotted space and deliver any mobility equipment they require to their car, and to log details on a computer. We would also like someone who enjoys DIY, has a practical background and can give a few hours per week to help us maintain our mobility equipment. We are looking for someone to ensure that the mobility equipment is clean and in good order for our customers' safety and comfort. This is an extremely important role, as you never get a second chance to make a first impression.

This is your chance to provide practical help to people with limited mobility and be part of a vibrant service making a real difference to West Dunbartonshire. To the right volunteers we would offer training and support in the service that we provide and the reimbursement of out-of-pocket expenses.

Organisation aims and objectives

Shopmobility is a service that helps all people who consider themselves to have mobility problems (whether through disability, illness or injury) to continue to get around city and town centres independently, with freedom, confidence and dignity.











Experience required: A patient and friendly personality, an aptitude for practical tasks, enthusiasm and the ability to work as part of a team.
Travel details: Clyde Shopmobility Office is based in the Clyde Shopping Centre, Clydebank. The centre is located close to good bus and rail links.
Minimum age: 16


Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: Public transport costs are reimbursed as is a consideration towards lunch expenses for those volunteering for a whole day.

Last updated 25 days ago

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