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Stock Room Volunteer

Stock Room Volunteer

Organisation role · Flexible hours
Kinross, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Summary

You will be volunteering within our retail team, assisting with stock management and ensuring donations are efficiently sorted and stored.

Detailed description

What activities will I be involved in?

  • Working within a small team to sort, hang and size
  • Steaming clothes
  • Pricing items under supervision
  • Assisting with stock rotation
  • Making sure all stock is in safe and working order
  • Keeping the stock room clean, tidy and well organised


What skills and abilities would be suited for this role?

  • Good communication skills and attention to detail
  • An aptitude for team working
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Shared values with the organisation


How much time should I offer?

You can volunteer Monday to Saturday (Monday to Sunday in Dunfermline), in the morning or afternoon. Shifts usually last for 4 hours, but this can be flexible. This can be weekly, fortnightly, monthly, and even on a bank basis.


What ongoing learning/support/guidance will I receive?

It's important to us that you feel happy, safe and confident in your role. As a CHAS volunteer you will be invited to complete a short core learning package that is tailored to your role. This can be done online or face to face with support.

We are always developing new opportunities for volunteers to learn and offer a range of options for volunteers including over 25 free accredited online training courses from counselling skills to customer service through our partner organisation Skills Network Scotland.

We also offer a full induction where we provide full training. Trial shifts can also be arranged to help you decide if this is the right role for you.


What are the potential benefits to me?

  • Learning new skills
  • Getting involved in your local community and making a real difference to the families of children with a life-shortening condition
  • Adding to your CV
  • Meeting new people


What are the benefits to the children and families supported by CHAS?

By selling goods in the shops, you are directly raising the funds that enables us to support children with a life-shortening condition and their family.


What else should I know?

You must be aged 14 or over for this volunteering role. If you are younger, you may be able to volunteer if a parent accompanies you. Please get in touch for more information. We have a full youth policy in place to ensure young volunteers are well supported when volunteering.

We will pay your out of pocket expenses in line with the CHAS volunteer expenses policy.

CHAS is committed to providing a quality volunteering experience to all volunteers, free from discrimination and prejudice. Ensuring that CHAS is an equal, diverse, and inclusive organisation improves the quality of care we provide, helps us reach more families and children, and maximises a wide variety of knowledge, experience and expertise.

We welcome volunteer applications from those who are refugees, asylum seekers, benefit claimants and those with a disability. We can provide more information about your eligibility to volunteer and any reasonable adjustments we can put in place to ensure your volunteering experience is a positive one.

What we will provide to volunteers

💸 Reimbursement of costs🤝 Extra support

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About Children's Hospices Across Scotland

We’re Children’s Hospices Across Scotland. But most people know us as CHAS. For thirty years we’ve been offering a full family support service for babies, children and young people with life-shortening conditions. This includes palliative care, family respite and support – through our hospices, homecare services and hospital presence.