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Part-time Charity Shop Manager (Saltash)
Cornwall Air Ambulance is looking for a part-time charity shop manager for our shop in Saltash. It is a busy community store supported by volunteers. The shop contributes towards fundraising through sales at the till and engagement with other fundraising activities, such as the summer raffle and community organised events. Importantly, our charity shops provide a direct connection to the wider charity. You will be joining a fantastic team of fundraisers and you and your team of volunteers in Saltash will be helping Cornwall Air Ambulance to save lives.
This is an opportunity for someone with experience of retail, ideally managing the day-to-day operations of a shop, or for someone who is currently deputising or assisting the manager who would like to step up to the role of Shop Manager.
Please complete the application form and send it with your CV and a covering letter to:
Chris Connors, Area Manager, Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust, Trevithick Downs, Newquay, TR8 4DY.
Please note the closing date for applications is Tuesday 2 May. Interviews will be be held as soon as possible after that date. If you are selected for interview, we will contact you by telephone to make arrangements.
You can view the full job description here.
You can download an application form here.
Driver and Warehouse Operative (immediate start)
We are recruiting for a Driver and Warehouse Operative to be based out of the Cornwall Air Ambulance superstore in St Austell.
Cornwall Air Ambulance has a number of charity shops across the county. As a driver you will plan and implement the collection and delivery of stock from donors and to customers, while keeping and updating records as required. Our donors and supporters are very important to us and you will find yourself on the front line as the face of the charity. For this reason, it is very important our drivers are careful, polite and mindful of the charity’s reputation at all times.
We’re looking for someone with a full clean driving license, qualifying for a Luton 7.5 tonne vehicle as a minimum. You’ll have experience driving large commercial vehicles and operating a tail lift.
View the full job description here.
Download an application form here.
Part-time Charity Shop Manager (relief hours to cover holidays and rota shortages)
We have an opportunity for a retail manager looking for part-time and flexible working arrangements who can help the charity maintain covers of its charity shops during holidays, when store managers are on leave and occasionally at other times.
You’ll have experience of working in retail and be responsible for the smooth operation of the charity shops in the absence of the primary manager. You will work co-operatively with volunteers, other shop managers and the area manager to help ensure shop cover is maintained.
View the full job description here.
Download an applications form here.
Mission Maker Lottery canvassers (countywide)
We are looking for canvassers to recruit players to our Mission Maker lottery.
This is not your average sales job – our people have real career prospects and great job satisfaction every day. Many have worked with us for years and have become team leaders and managers. Successful applicants will be offered the opportunity to make a difference, earn well and work in an honest and ethical environment.
The lottery is a popular, low cost and fun way to support the charity. If you are a great communicator and have sound people skills, this could be the change you are looking for. This is a chance to enjoy your work and know that you’re making a difference to a charity close to people’s hearts. In return we offer an excellent package which includes uncapped commissions.
You must be a great communicator and have sound people skills and importantly, you must be hardworking, motivated and dedicated. The role would suit door to door sales professionals from utilities and other sales backgrounds, experienced fundraisers with face to face people skills. On-going training, the tools to be the best you can and continual personal development are at the heart of our culture. The use of a car is essential due to the nature of the role as you will be required to drive to work within an operating location although those with good public transport links may be considered for some areas.
If you’re interested in the role, or simply want to find out a bit more, you can contact our recruitment partners at Lottery Fundraising Services on 01425 517030,
or email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.