Sue Ryder Lead Volunteer

  • VO68004


Description

Sue Ryder Charity Shops raise millions of pounds each year to enable our charity to deliver hospice and neurological care for more conditions than any other UK charity. As a volunteer in our shop, not only would you be meeting new friends, gaining skills and experience, but you'd also be directly supporting us to care for people when they really need it.

This role (which can be a shared role), provides practical support to the shop manager in their absence.

You will:
*be trained to a high level, and be a key holder
*open and close the shop when necessary to support the manager
*support a team of volunteers to sort donations, keep the shop stocked up and to serve customers
*provide excellent customer service and making sure that everyone in the team is doing the same
*help train new volunteers, helping us to collect as much Gift Aid as possible and cashing up

Ideally we'd love you to commit to a regular shift each week, although the role is quite flexible it does bring responsibility so we need you to be reliable.

Good is support provided to all volunteers. Including to shadow a confident volunteer, be able to take their time if need be when learning, ask as many questions and will have an informal chat with the volunteer co-ordinator at any point. Can you help? If so, please get in touch! We'd absolutely love to hear from you.

A fantastic opportunity to help, gain/have a wonderful experience and help Sue Ryder in the important work we do locally and nationally. All help is greatly appreciated. For further details please contact Lucy Andrews, Volunteer Co-ordinator Sue Ryder North on E Mail: lucy.andrews@suerydercare.org or tel.: 07973794942.

Organisation aims and objectives

Sue Ryder Charity Shops raise millions of pounds each year to enable our charity to deliver hospice and neurological care for more conditions than any other UK charity.

Restrictions

Experience required: Reliable & trustworthy.
Travel details: This opportunity is in our Aberdeen 199 George Street store, Aberdeen AB25 1HX.
Minimum age: 18

Support

Training details: Good support provided to all volunteers. Including to shadow a confident volunteer, be able to take their time if need be when learning, ask as many questions and will have an informal chat with the volunteer co-ordinator at any point.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

Last updated 5 months ago

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