Job Reference: 2109
Hours: 30 hours per week to include Sundays
Salary Scale: St. Richard’s Hospice Payscale Pay Point 3 (FTE: £17,004 – £17,709 per annum; 30 hours per week: £13,603.20 – £14,167.20 per annum)
St Richard’s Hospice currently have 18 stores throughout Worcestershire, which achieved a turnover of £2.4m last year through the sale of good quality clothes, bric-a-brac, books and furniture, donated by local people.
We have an exciting opportunity for you to join us as an Assistant Manager working at our Malvern Link Department Store. The post holder will assist the Store Manager in all aspects of the business, including recruiting and training new volunteers, managing stock levels, sorting and pricing donations, merchandising and cash and record keeping etc.
Experience and knowledge of the retail trade, in particular second-hand furniture sales is essential for this role whilst previous experience within the charity sector environment would be an advantage. Applicants should hold a full UK driving licence.
The Assistant Shop Manager will be required to work 4 days per week including Sundays and will report directly to the Shop Manager. Applicants will be required to be flexible to work additional hours to provide holiday cover.
The positions require an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check as you will be required to supervise volunteers under the age of 18.
You can apply online below. Alternatively, download an application form and return it to HR Department, St Richard’s Hospice, Wildwood Drive, Worcester, WR5 2QT, or email
Closing date: 21 April 2021 at 12 noon
Interview date (provisional): 28 April 2021
Charity No. 515668
St. Richard’s Hospice provides free specialist palliative and end of life care for adults in South Worcestershire with a serious progressive illness through our community teams, our newly developed state-of-the-art Living Well Centre and our seventeen beds. We offer care and encouragement to our patients, enabling them to take control of their lives as their condition changes and also offer support to their families and carers.