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Retail Shop Manager

NCBI - Working for people with sight loss
Tralee, Kerry
Volunteer
Charity

ContractNCBI Retail has over 112 shops located around Ireland, selling great quality second hand clothes and other donated goods in aid of NCBI - Working for People with Sight LossAn exciting opportunity has arisen in NCBI’s Charity Shop Tralee, Co .Kerry for anRetail Shop Manager In this varied and exciting role you will be instrumental to making sure this prominent shop achieves sales targets. The ideal candidate will have the ability to drive sales, present both shop interior & shop window, as well as recruit, train, motivate and manage a social activation employee & volunteer team, in retail and customer service skills. An ability to work under pressure and prioritise a changing workload are essential attributes for the role.Prior experience in a busy Retail environment, and stock pricing, is vital for this role.Please apply in writing with a cover letter and CV Closing Date Monday 25th February 2019Candidates must be eligible to work in the EEA/IrelandNCBI Retail is an equal opportunities employerNCBI RETAILJOB DESCRIPTIONSHOP MANAGERRole:Your primary role is the overall management and development of the shop and working to an agreed work plan and financial targets to increase turnover.Reports to: Area Manager and Head OfficeMain Responsibilities:Staffing:Recruit, train and inform all volunteers of their expected duties and to actively source volunteer staffMaintain a positive and happy atmosphere with particular attention to customer service and public relationsEnsure shop staffing cover is adequate to the needs of the business and taking into account seasonal trends and daily busy periods of tradePromptly report to the Area Supervisor, any difficulties that may be experienced with volunteers and Workers Responsible for monitoring and restricting pilferage of all merchandise from the moment it arrives on the premises until sold or recycledAssist with training or coaching of staff from the shopsShop Management: Ensure that your shop meets the sales and other targets that are set for itEnsure the shop is opened for trading during the hours of 9:30am and 5:30pm daily from Monday to Saturday and that you and your staff/volunteers strictly observe the requirements of the Organisation of Working in Time Act 1997Ensure that all window displays are attractive and changed weekly (plan yearly celebrations and events)Take full responsibility for donated goods and ensure proper presentation and merchandising to the fullest potential, including security, washing, ironing and cleaning where necessary, pricing, ticketing and stock rotationEnsure the shop is kept clean and tidy at all timesEnsure that no goods are offered for sale that are not top quality (no broken zips, bobbled clothes etc)Selling furniture and merchandising of various retail categories. Training and managing social activation scheme employees as well as volunteersFinancial Management:Take full responsibility for the shops accounting procedures including banking procedures, till receipts procedures, to ensure that the correct transactions and cash handling procedures are adhered to at all times including staff purchasesTake full responsibility for the inventory and security of all equipment and fittings on the premisesArrange and support on-going fundraising events and activities and meet specific targets Take full responsibility for proper inventory and accounting of “Bought In Goods”Promotion and Marketing:Promote the NCBI Retail brand and the shop locally, through a variety of channels in a cost effective waysHealth and Safety:To be responsible for the health & safety of all concerned within the shop, volunteer and publicUndertake responsibilities as required in the observation of all fire procedures, location of extinguishers and Health & SafetyCommunications:Undertake shop related duties and other ventures as might be required from time to time including attendance at meetings (in particular the Annual General Conference), evaluations & training courses etcOther:Ensure you report your day off/sick leave/annual leave and other time off to your Area Manager and Head OfficeBe flexible with working hours when required by the needs of the business (cover sickness, holidays, promotions and other shop)Be flexible with your weekly day off; ensure you have shop cover prior to taking your day off. Any other reasonable duties that may be requested by the Area Manager or Head Office.This job description may be reviewed from time to time in line with the needs of the business.Key Competencies for Shop ManagersCustomer FocusDrive for ResultsTime Management & Priority SettingMotivating OthersBuilding Effective TeamsDeveloping StaffInnovationIntegrity and Trust

27 days ago

Trainee Dog Groomer

Groom Room
London E4
£9.31 an hour
Part-time
Charity

£9.31 an hourPart-timeTrainee Dog Groomer Part-Time 16 Hours Chingford This is a fantastic opportunity to come and work for a company voted 5th in the Great Place to Work (Best Large Workplaces) awards 2018, and Number 15 in Europe in 2017! We have over 445 stores and over 310 Groom Rooms and are the UK's number one pet care retailer. Our business is fast-paced, innovative and fun and it's our people that make the difference. With over 445 stores and plans to open a further 20 new stores this year we are expanding at an unstoppable rate which you really do need to be part of to believe it! We have over 310 exciting in-store and standalone salons which are full of character and are a great place for you to further develop your grooming career! Reporting into the Salon Manager, your responsibilities will be as follows; The Role;

19 days ago

Dog Grooming Salon Manager

Groom Room
Romford RM7
£24,225 - £28,690 a year
Full-time
Charity

£24,225 - £28,690 a yearDog Grooming Salon Manager Full Time Romford This is a fantastic opportunity to come and work for a company voted 5th in the Great Place to Work (Best Large Workplaces) awards 2018, and Number 15 in Europe in 2017! We have over 445 stores and over 310 Groom Rooms and are the UK's number one pet care retailer. Our business is fast-paced, innovative and fun and it's our people that make the difference. We offer various in-house training courses which are designed to provide our Salon Managers with a broader skillset and keep you up to date with the latest trends, including a City and Guilds Level 3 diploma qualification which covers higher technical skills involved in grooming. Reporting into the Store Manager you will be responsible for managing your own salon and team. Your responsibilities will be as follows; The role; We are happy to discuss the opportunity to work flexibly. Please note that we reserve the right to close the vacancy prior to the application deadline/closing date once a sufficient number of applications have been received.

19 days ago

Trainee Dog Groomer

Groom Room
London NW1
£9.31 an hour
Full-time
Charity

£9.31 an hourTrainee Dog Groomer Full Time (39 hours) Camden This is a fantastic opportunity to come and work for a company voted 5th in the Great Place to Work (Best Large Workplaces) awards 2018, and Number 15 in Europe in 2017! We have over 445 stores and over 310 Groom Rooms and are the UK's number one pet care retailer. Our business is fast-paced, innovative and fun and it's our people that make the difference. Reporting into the Salon Manager, your responsibilities will be as follows; The role; We are happy to discuss the opportunity to work flexibly. Please note that we reserve the right to close the vacancy prior to the application deadline/closing date once a sufficient number of applications have been received.

19 days ago

Dog Groomer

Groom Room
London E4
£10.25 an hour
Part-time
Charity

£10.25 an hourPart-timeDog Groomer Part-Time 16 Hours Chingford This is a fantastic opportunity to come and work for a company voted 5th in the Great Place to Work (Best Large Workplaces) awards 2018, and Number 15 in Europe in 2017! We have over 445 stores and over 310 Groom Rooms and are the UK's number one pet care retailer. Our business is fast-paced, innovative and fun and it's our people that make the difference. We offer various in-house training courses which are designed to provide our Stylists with a broader skillset and keep you up to date with the latest trends, including cat grooming, first aid and breed-specific courses. Reporting into the Salon Manager, your responsibilities will be as follows; The role; We are happy to discuss the opportunity to work flexibly. Please note that we reserve the right to close the vacancy prior to the application deadline/closing date once a sufficient number of applications have been received.

19 days ago

Store Colleague

Pets at Home
Craigavon BT64
Part-time
Charity

Part-timeThis is a fantastic opportunity to come and work for a company voted 5th in the Great Place to Work (Best Large Workplaces) awards 2018, and Number 15 in Europe in 2017! We have over 445 stores and over 310 Groom Rooms and are the UK's number one pet care retailer. Our business is fast-paced, innovative and fun and it's our people that make the difference. Reporting into the Store Manager this is a part time position where you will be responsible for exceeding our customers' expectations by delivering Pawsitively Outrageous Service throughout the store, ensuring that you always deliver the very highest standard of pet care and building strong working relationships within the store team and with our customers. You'll exceed our customers' requirements by: Welcoming every customer to the store, whenever you can. Approaching all customers, building rapport to establish their pet care requirements. Sharing your skills and knowledge with customers to help them provide the best possible care for their pets. Completing sales correctly and efficiently at the till, and personally ensuring that every customer leaves the store with a fantastic farewell. You'll maintain store presentation standards by: Replenishing stock to ensure full availability to meet our customers' shopping expectations. Ensuring the store is clean, tidy and safe all the time. You'll help us remain a responsible pet retailer by: Caring for our pets with respect and sensitivity. Making pets' needs your priority - even if it means refusing a sale. Promoting responsible pet ownership amongst your customers. You'll take an active part in your own development by: Progressing through our world-class 'Steps to Success' training programme, which will give you the skills you will need to provide our customers with service that sets us apart as the best pet shop in the world. Building and developing your personal knowledge of the pets and products we sell in order to share this information with our customers and advise them effectively. Skills required; You will have previous experience, or an appreciation, of delivering excellent customer service as well as having a passion for pets. You'll also have the ability and proven experience of working well within a team and a desire to work and thrive within a fast-paced retail environment. This is an excellent opportunity to join a successful retail business where training and development is second to none and the atmosphere in store is something that you just won't find anywhere else! The Benefits; Please note that we reserve the right to close the vacancy prior to the application deadline/closing date once a sufficient number of applications have been received.

19 days ago

Marketing Officer

Into Film
London
£25,000 - £28,000 a year
Charity

£25,000 - £28,000 a yearA new opportunity has opened up at Into Film in our Marketing and Communications Department. Into Film is an education charity that puts film at the heart of children and young people’s educational, cultural and personal development. We are proud to say that over half of UK schools engage with our exciting programme of film clubs, cinema screenings, resources and training. The Marketing Officer will lead on all ‘club-facing’ email across the organisation as well as other campaign activity across the Into Film programme. They will develop the CRM and use it to create a suite of emails that promote and cross-sell Into Film products, and will contribute regular content for the Into Film website and intranet, leading on SEO and conversion rate optimisation. They will also play a key role in the engagement of film clubs, ensuring schools and clubs receive communications that targets their needs and interests. The successful candidate will have experience managing email campaigns for a variety of audiences, including drafting content, ESP management, A/B testing and performance analysis. They will also have experience using a CRM platform and using ESP platforms to plan and implement email campaigns. Please download the Full Job Description and Application Form for further details. The closing date for applications is 24th March 2019, with interviews anticipated to be held at the end of March and beginning of April (TBC). Please note that we are compliant with current GDPR regulations; please click here for the full policy wording. Please note that we will only consider application forms uploaded at the 'Apply for this position' link below - CVs or email applications will not be considered. The successful applicant will need to complete an enhanced DBS check, which will be arranged by Into Film.

19 days ago

Early Years Development Mentor

Barnardos
Dublin
Full-time
Permanent

DublinIreland’s leading children’s charity is recruiting: Barnardos was established in 1962. We work with vulnerable children and their families and campaign for the rights of all children. Barnardos is Ireland’s leading charity providing services to children and families and we collaborate closely with Tusla, the HSE and other state and community and voluntary agencies. Barnardos is recruiting for the following role in Finglas Early Years Development MentorFulltime & Permanent ContractSalary: €30,863 - €47,705Finglas, Dublin 11 What will the Early Years Development Mentor do?The Early Years Development Mentor is responsible for the delivery of the Better Finglas Early Years programme. This involves the development of individualised plans with local services which focus on quality, curriculum, governance, parental engagement and supporting transitions. The Better Finglas project is one of a small number of projects in Ireland which is being funded through the Department of Children and Youth Affairs and supported by Tusla. Better Finglas was developed by a wide consortium of agencies, organisations, groups and individuals working in the Finglas area including, the HSE, Dublin City Council, Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, Finglas Cabra Local Drugs and Alcohol Task Force, Dublin North West Area Partnership, Dublin City Childcare Committee, Barnardos, local childcare providers, and primary school Principals. Better Finglas recognises the benefits of prevention and early intervention strategies for children and the main target group for the project is 0 to 8 year old children and their parents. Our vision is of a community where all services voluntary, community and statutory, are working together with families to improve the developmental, health and educational outcomes of young children living in the area. We will do this by the provision of unified evidence based programmes and quality services to children and their parents from pregnancy to 8 years of age. Better Finglas has identified 5 key strands that our programme of activities will focus on, they are as follows: Pregnancy and New Parents,Early Years, Parenting, Literacy and Interagency Work Person SpecificationPersonal AttributesThe post holder is initially assigned to work in Better Finglas Project, Dublin 11 but may be required in the future to work in other locations in the Dublin area in line with organisational needs. For the full job description check out www.barnardos.ie/jobsClosing date: 12noon, Wednesday 13th March 2019 Interview date: Wednesday 20th March 2019 Shortlisting will apply (please note, cv’s are not accepted on their own, candidates must complete and submit our application form through our website).Cv’s are accepted only in addition to submission of a fully completed application form. [1] Course content should include relevant student placements

19 days ago

Mobile Caretaker

Sanctuary Group
London
£19,998 a year
Charity

London£19,998 a yearSanctuary Maintenance provides a wide range of property maintenance and facilities management solutions for thousands of customers nationwide. Our staff help make a real difference to the quality of people's lives. Mobile Caretaker Wood Green, London - Covering Central and South London £19,998 per annum (rising to £21,050 after 12 months service subject to satisfactory performance) 40 hours per week - Monday to Friday Why work for us? Sanctuary Maintenance provides in-house repairs and maintenance services for an extensive portfolio of properties across Sanctuary Group's organisations. As part of a not-for-profit organisation, we aim to achieve outstanding results for our customers based on our values - working in an open and transparent way, creating strong partnerships with our customers and providing a first-class customer service. We have an excellent opportunity for a Mobile Caretaker to join our well established Estate Services team in Wood Green, covering Central and South London area; you will be working across multiple sites per day, with a focus to provide true customer service. Full support and training will be provided and although challenging, the role is equally rewarding and individual effort is recognised. If you are a motivated team player with a keen eye for detail, this could be the role for you. The role of Mobile Caretaker will include: Undertaking general caretaking duties including; cleaning communal areas, removing bulk waste, fitting carpets and basic onsite repairs Working with customers to identify faults, resolve issues and improve services Completing all documents and paperwork concerning tasks completed Ensuring tools and equipment are maintained in a suitable condition Skills and experiences: Previous experience within a cleaning or caretaking role is essential Excellent communication and customer service skills Working knowledge of Health and Safety is desirable Ability to work on own initiative and with fast changing requirements A company van will be provided for business use only, therefore a full, current driving licence is essential Ready to join us? As part of our commitment to making Sanctuary a great place to work, we offer a comprehensive reward and benefits package appropriate for the role that you do, including: A pension scheme, with matching employer contributions from Sanctuary up to set limits At least 24 days paid holiday plus public holidays Health and well-being plans, including voluntary critical illness scheme A variety of online discounts and rewards from major retailers Tax efficient savings through our Cycle to Work scheme A wide range of learning and development opportunities To view the job profile, please click here Closing Date: 14 March 2019 We reserve the right depending on application numbers to close or extend the closing dates for positions; we would therefore recommend an early application. 'For an insight into what it's like to work for us, take a look at #LifeatSanctuary on Twitter' Building Equality and Diversity We work closely with the Home Office in order to prevent unlawful working. A basic Disclosure and Barring Service check will be necessary in the event of a successful application which we will pay for. Sanctuary Maintenance Contractors Limited is a subsidiary of Sanctuary Housing Association, an exempt charity.

17 days ago

Lottery Administration Officer

St. Helena Hospice
Square
£16,320 - £18,360 a year
Full-time
Permanent

£16,320 - £18,360 a yearApplication closing date 20/03/2019 Location Phoenix Square Salary £16,320 to £18,360 per annum, depending on experience Package Contributory pension scheme, employee assistance programme. Job category/type Lottery Job descriptionLottery Administration Officer St Helena have a fantastic opportunity for a Lottery Administration Officer to join our growing and vibrant St Helena Lottery team on a full time, permanent basis, working 37.5 hours per week. The position will be responsible for providing full and varied administrative support to help and assist the lottery department to achieve its annual financial targets. Working in a busy and expanding department, you will be joining an ambitious team at an exciting time. Excellent communication and customer service skills, both written and oral, are a must for this role which includes dealing with membership enquiries and liaising with teams from the 16 charity partners across Great Britain to whom St Helena currently provides a lottery service. The successful candidate will need to be proficient in MS Office packages, databases and have good keyboard skills. The role will also include Direct Debit and general payment processing, data importing, setting up memberships and of course, running the two weekly draws. If this sounds like you and you are looking for an opportunity to really make a difference, then we would love to hear from you. For an informal discussion please contact Jacqui Marsh on 01206 931465 For a copy of the job description please click here. Closing Date: 20th March 2019 Interview Date: 2nd April 2019

18 days ago
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