Current positions available



Charity Shop Manager



20.25 hour contract (to be spread over 3 day in a 7 day week) contract between 10am-4.45pm



18-20 years old £6.56 per hour

21-22 years old £8.36 per hour

23 + years old £9.00 per hour

Places of work

The Employee may be required to work at any of the following location(s) during your employment:

·         7 Carlton House, Worcester Street, Kidderminster

·         38 High Street, Stourport

·         Dog Lane, Bewdley

·         and at any other location within 60 minutes travel (from home to place of work) that may become available.

Job description

The Employee is required to support the fundraising of Happy Staffie Rescue through the day to day retail operation of a Happy Staffie Rescue charity shop and any other fundraising effort as specified your Contract and the Employee Guide, with duties including:

·         Having key-holding responsibilities

·         Organising, supervising and managing the volunteer staff and maintaining the volunteer rota

·         Serving customers and accepting payment by cash or card

·         Receiving donated goods from customers and in so doing supporting them and offering your assistance and moving the donated items to appropriate storage areas immediately to prevent them becoming a hazard

·         Proactively engaging with all donors of goods to advise them of the Gift Aid retail scheme and to sign up donors to this

·         End of day sales and cash reconciliation

·         Banking and cash handling

·         Using a Petty Cash Box for day to day expenses

·         Working to achieve and exceed performances targets for the place of work on a daily, weekly and monthly basis

·         Training coaching inducting and developing volunteers and new employees 

·         Use of computer systems which may include a computer, laptop, tablet, using Microsoft Office software, e-mail, internet and photocopier

·         Responding professionally to telephone calls

·         Providing electricity gas and water meter readings on request

·         Merchandising, rotating, pricing and replenishing stock to include ensuring that all clothes are displayed in size order and that none of the rails or shelves or overloaded

·         Monitoring and maintaining health & safety procedures for the shop

·         Housekeeping duties to ensure the shop is clean, tidy and free of hazards at all times including ensuring that

o    the washing up is done for the day

o    the shop floor is vacuumed, swept or washed as appropriate at the end of day

o    the internal bins are emptied

o    the premises are secured with all windows and doors locked

o    alarms are set and active

o    security shutters are lowered


·         Any other housekeeping activity is undertaken at regular intervals to ensure that the shop is clean and tidy

·         Any other duties as required for the successful management and operation of the charity shop

·         Other non-shop fundraising duties that may arise that may not be located in a charity shop but at another location for which travel expenses if required will be reimbursed or suitable transport provided, an example of this would be carnivals, country shows and charity bag packs


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