Relief Shop Manager

Status: Permanent - 22.5 hours

Salary: £10,685.52 (WTE: £17,809.20)

Closing Date: 11/03/2020

Interview Date: 20/03/2020

Part Time:       22.5 hours per week – however high level of flexibility required to cover Shop Managers annual leave and other absences, therefore resulting in occasional full time weeks.

St Elizabeth Hospice improves life for people in east Suffolk living with a progressive or terminal illness. Our work is centred on an individual’s needs, which means specialist support, whenever and wherever it is needed, whether at home, in the community or at the hospice. Through medicine and therapy we ease pain; we give life purpose and make life liveable.  One of the main lines of income for the Hospice comes through our Retail Division.

As a Relief Shop Manager you will be required to

  • To provide additional management relief cover in retail outlets. This will include days off, annual leave, new shop openings and vacancies.
  • Flexibility to hours/days worked is required, as is the ability to work up to a maximum of 37.5 hours per week when required.
  • Provide a high standard of customer service and satisfaction at all times to both external and internal customers
  • Promote and monitor Gift Aid
  • Maintain a high standard of merchandising, layout and display
  • Work with and manage volunteers who are integral to our business

We are looking for creative, dynamic individuals who are forward thinking ensuring our retail shops continually meet the progressive and ever changing world of ‘charity retail’. You will be joining the successful and expanding retail team at a very exciting time.

The hospice offers a generous holiday allowance, pension and other staff benefits.

For more details about this role please read the job description and person specification.

Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted, and invitation to interview will be sent by email.

Thank you for your interest in St Elizabeth Hospice.

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