In this role, you'll be responsible for sorting the donations we receive every day, and deciding what will be sold in our shop and what will be moved on elsewhere. You'll add price tags using our simple pricing guides, use the steamer on clothes, and deal with culled stock from the shop floor. You may be involved in taking priced stock to the shop floor and with stock rotation.
What skills do I need?
Basic literacy and numeracy (reading price guides, selecting pre-printed price tags, reading lists); ability to follow written and verbal instructions; manual handling skills.
What will I gain?
Raising funds for Oxfam; meeting new people; warehouse/stockroom skills. Stockroom volunteers may be able to specialise in a specific department, e.g. fashion, books, homeware.
Training and support
Full training from the shop manager and support from the volunteer team. Comprehensive safeguarding and inclusion policies. Volunteers over 18 may work unsupervised or when the manager is not present.
4+ hours per week. Morning shifts are 9-1, afternoon shifts are 1-5, although alternative hours can be arranged if necessary.
DBS (criminal records) check
33 King Street
Close to Castle Square tram stop, and bus stops at Arundel Gate, Angel Street and Snig Hill.