Looking to volunteer in a retail environment? The Salvation Army Tom Quinn Community Centre, Bundaberg QLD is looking for new volunteers to help bring HOPE where it’s needed most. Be a part of this by volunteering just a few hours per week as a Retail Assistant Sorter in our store.
The Salvation Army Family (TSA) Stores are a vibrant places where great things happen: generous people donate amazing items, customers enjoy an ever-changing selection of goods, volunteers gain friendships and share experiences, all whilst raising much-needed funds to assist the most vulnerable in your community. You can be a part of this by volunteering a few hours per week as a Retail Assistant Sorter helping with quality control and the sorting of clothes, bric-a-brac and other donations.
The Retail Assistant Sorter supports the Store Manager ensuring quality control of donations. Equally important, all Retail Assistant Sorters are responsible for fostering a culture of inclusiveness and community spirit amongst the volunteer team, which will in turn enhance the customer experience in the store.
We have a FABULOUS shop and an AMAZING team that will make your time with us both fun and rewarding. If you are a little out of practice or are brimming with confidence or somewhere in between, we will gladly welcome you and look forward to working together.
Qualifications & Experience Requirements For The Role
- Customer service, retail or merchandising experience would be beneficial, but not essential as on the job training and induction are provided for the right candidates
Mandatory Requirements Of The Role
- Fully complete The Salvation Army's volunteer registration process
- Complete TSA mandatory training and induction modules and any other training as required
- A WWCC/Blue Card will be required for the role
Roster & Time Commitment
4-7 hours/day (flexible hours) to be negotiated with Line Manager. Maximum 16 per week. More available by negotiation. Please advise your availability in your expression of interest.