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Volunteer Gift Shop Assistant

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18th June 2019

ROLE PURPOSE:

To assist Redwings Horse Sanctuary by providing your time to carry out pre-agreed tasks which support the charity in achieving its purpose and mission.

SPECIFIC TASKS:

Below is a description of the type of tasks that you may undertake during your placement;

TASKS:

To enhance the layout and presentation of items in our gift shops, maximising space available so displays are inviting thereby encouraging sales.
Review stock levels in the shop and report any lines that are running low.
Top up stock.
Clean shelving, displays units etc and ensure stock is tidy and well presented.

GENERAL NOTES:

All volunteers must be sympathetic to and able to project the philosophy and concept of equine welfare; supporting a charity, and Redwings values.

Redwings Horse Sanctuary is very much a community and all volunteers are encouraged to be part of its day to day life.

All volunteers must take reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and others who may be affected by their actions.

This role is currently available at Redwings Aylsham and our pop-up shop in Norwich city centre

About Redwings
We rescue abandoned, mistreated and neglected horses and donkeys from across the UK, giving them a safe place to live and providing essential veterinary treatment, rehabilitation and lifelong care.

What are they looking for?
This is a role for someone who has an eye for detail and can help us with keeping our shelves looking lovely. We would ask for the Volunteer to help managing the stock within our gift shops along with stock take duties.

Practical Considerations
The opportunity is with our Visitor Centre and is available for supporters to come and visit during our open days

Closing Date

The closing date for this job offer is on 31/07/2019

Location

This job is located in Norwich, Norfolk

About Redwings Horse Sanctuary

We rescue abandoned, mistreated and neglected horses and donkeys from across the UK, giving them a safe place to live and providing essential veterinary treatment, rehabilitation and lifelong care.

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