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1. General sales floor duties (customer service, stock replenishment, till operation, security awareness)
2. Merchandising and display (could include designing and completing promotional window displays)
3. General stockroom duties (sorting, preparation, pricing, health & safety)
4. Department supervision (e.g setting up an event or permanent department to attract customers(clothing/ books/ household etc)
5. Administrative duties (ordering and receipt of New Goods, related paperwork, checking statements, stocktakes etc. Weekly branch paperwork & filing)
6. Market Research (analysis of competition, local trading, research retail environment through the national press, customer surveys)
7. Recruiting additional volunteers (could be through contact with local colleges, schools, libraries etc)
Roles are available for both stockroom assistants and sales assistants to help out within the shop. Stockroom assistants will be involved in sorting out raw stock, hanging, tagging and steaming clothes, sorting books and bric-a-brac and pricing them, and cleaning and tidying the stock room. Sales assistnces will be involved in customer service and sales, cash handling, till procedures, merchandising products / displays, and general housekeeping
An opportunity for a youth writer at Voluntary Action Barra and Vatersay. They can write about any topic that young people are interested in.
it would involve being matched with someone that is suitable , spending an hour a week on the phone with the Befriendee. Full training will be given
Safe Space provides support for victims of sexual abuse. We are looking for 3 people to join our Board of Directors.
As a cash desk assistant, you’ll be the face of PKAVS Pop Shop and help ensure that our customers receive a warm welcome. Retail or relevant cash handling experience would be beneficial. This role involves completing till transactions, interacting with the public and promoting sales. Your support will help us raise funds for over 5,000 local people for more information on PKAVS work please visit: https://www.pkavs.org.uk/
Volunteering provides great personal benefits and career developments such as specialised retail skills and an increase in confidence. The time you donate will help support over 5,000 people in your local community, including adults with mental ill health, young and adult unpaid carers and minority communities.
The sort of tasks our volunteers will undertake include - moving light furniture, fitting shelves, changing tap washers, cleaning windows, changing curtains, emulsioning, glossing and paper hanging as well as gardening work.
Anyone can talk to Samaritans, at any time, about whatever’s getting to them. We’re just ordinary people, who give up our time to listen. The service we offer is confidential and non-judgemental. Samaritans operates 24/7, 365 days a year. We offer support to people over the phone, by email, text and face to face. The Aberdeen branch is looking for people who are interested in becoming listening volunteers. No previous experience is required and full training and support is given.
All help is greatly appreciated and makes a real difference.
For further information please contact:
E Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel No: 03705627282
Responding effectively to all in person enquiries made at the front door and reception desk, including welcoming our clients/visitors; signposting to other services; promoting Healthy & Happy activities and services and directing visitors to their booked room. Responding effectively to all telephone enquiries, taking messages or giving information as appropriate. ensuring rooms are tidy, setting up/clearing rooms, completing volunteer logs (using sign-in sheets), refilling teas/coffee/milk, paper towels, toilet tissues, etc. ensuring signage in place when events are on in specific floors/rooms. Ensuring all activities are conducted in accordance with equal opportunities and health and safety policies, checking emails or other activities as agreed. Code: CRV
The McSence Group is an award winning Community Business and Social Enterprise formed in 1988 comprising of five companies providing a wide range of services focused on three key – Property, Care and Training.
McSence wishes to recruit a number of voluntary Directors/Trustees to the Board and are particularly interested in hearing from committed individuals with experience in one of the following areas: Finance; Adult Social Care, Sales & Marketing, Operational Management and community involvement & development.
Interested candidates are invited to contact the chief executive David Maxwell for an informal discussion by email at email@example.com or alternatively by phone on 0131 454 1503.
Application packs containing further information and detailing how to apply can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an opportunity to work with a dedicated group of staff, volunteer and members who attend the Beeslack Family Disabled Club on a Sunday from 12.30 – 3.30 p.m. The club have vacancies on the management committee for trustees in general and in specific business areas. We would be delighted to hear from you and to work together to ensure the club remains strong in its leadership and management, as well as to support sustainability and development.