An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Assistant Shop Manager to join our team for 14 hours per week in our Fraser Street Charity Store. This position will work closely with our Store Manager and work with the volunteers to present and sell donated goods and contribute to the Waipuna Hospice using Waipuna Core Values.
Waipuna Hospice is the sole provider of specialist community palliative care in the rapidly growing Western Bay of Plenty and as well as having an established inpatient unit we support a large community team. These services are funded thru DHB contracts, fundraising and income from our second hand retail stores.
The key tasks of the position include:
- Managing the day to day operations of the shop supporting the Store Manager
- Management of the stock, including its presentation and storage
- Working with volunteers to run the store
- Contributing to the retail operations of Waipuna Hospice
- Ensuring legal and organisational requirements are met
- Enhancing the profile of Waipuna Hospice
The hours are Sunday 9.00am – 3.30pm and Monday 8.00am – 4.30pm. Additional hours may be required.
As the Assistant Shop Manager you will demonstrate an ability to work independently and as an effective member of the team to support the Store Manager.
You will be solution focused with a can-do attitude; have excellent time management skills and have previous retail experience. Display / window dressing experience is a bonus. You will be computer literate and able to use Microsoft Excel and Outlook.
You will have a great sense of humour, be empathetic and be exceptional at building and maintaining relationships with a wide range of people. Ideally you will have had experience working in an Assistant Manager role previously.
Waipuna Hospice Mission, Vision and Values
Our Vision: To provide high quality end of life care for all
Mission: To provide the best possible specialist hospice palliative care, enhancing the quality of life for those facing end of life and bereavement.
Compassion: Supporting one-another – patients, families, whanau, friends and staff, volunteers and colleagues
Advocacy: Ensuring equity of access to services for all our communities
Respect: Upholding autonomy of each person and their community, accepting one another’s cultures and beliefs
Empathy: Acknowledging uniqueness, supporting with dignity, respect and compassion
Quality: Committed to continuous improvement, aligned to values and core services
Our application process may include interviews, psychometric assessments, reference checks and pre-employment screening. If this sounds like the role and an organisation you want to be a part of then please apply via QJumpers now.
Applications close 11 November 2018