Saturday Shop Assistant
High St, Alcester B49 5AB, UK
£7.83 per hour plus competitive benefit package Closing Date
Friday, October 26, 2018 View Advert
About the Job
Alcester, B49 5AB
Do you have retail experience with excellent customer service skills? Can you work flexible hours when required? If so, come and support our Shop Manager to run our Alcester shop and contribute to the work we do across Sue Ryder.
As our new Shop Assistant you will help us to create a well-presented shop where customers get great service. You will sort and size stock, and be on hand to help customers with their purchases. Remember that you could often be moving stock – which may involve lifting heavy goods or furniture.
Other responsibilities include:
• To help maximise donated income through proactive stock generation, optimum pricing, processing stock to agreed levels and stock planning
• To help maximise New Goods income by assisting with the managing of stock levels and effective merchandising. Assist with quarterly stock takes
• Embrace changes and development of new IT and operational procedures across the charity
To do this, you need to be organised and IT-literate. Retail experience would be an advantage. You should also have good basic arithmetic and a gift for dealing with people. With these talents, you’ll deliver retail excellence to grow income and make a difference to Sue Ryder Healthcare and the people we support
Experience and Skills:
• Experience of working in a team
• Experience of working within a customer focused environment
• Handles payment by cash, card or cheque responsibly and accurately
*Competitive Benefits Package* – 25 days holiday plus bank holidays (pro rata), buy and sell holiday scheme, private pension, staff discount with thousands of retailers, enhanced maternity pay, 15% off New Goods and lots more. For a full list of employee benefits please visit our main careers webpage.
A little bit about us... We are one of the largest charity retailers in the UK with over 450 shops. Our highly effective retail operation generates funding so we can continue to provide 2.7 million hours of expert medical, practical and emotional support every year, in our hospices and neurological centres, in people's homes and in the community. Our much-loved presence on high streets across the country - with a range of new and innovative shops, including boutiques, vintage and retro shops, and large format stores, we want to continue drive up the income that our retail operations generate.
This role may require unsupervised time in the shop therefore we are unable to employ persons under the age of 18 under The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999