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Sales Assistant

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  • Job
    Full-time
    Entry Level
Salary
£11.44 per hour
Full Time / Part Time
Part-time 22.5 hours per week (3 days out of 7 days)
Location
East Molesey, Surrey
Application Deadline
Sunday, July 14, 2024
Interview Date
2024-Jul-25 00:00



Job Summary

Are you able to deliver excellent standards of Customer Service in line with our five key values of Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect, and Excellence? If so, we have a role for you!

About the role:

We are looking for a friendly Sales Assistant at our East Molesey shop, to help customers on the shop floor and assist the Shop Manager to generate and maximise income to support the work of Princess Alice, both at the Hospice and in the community.

Your duties will include to co-ordinate, display and price donated goods following advice and support from your Shop Manager. We are looking to promote Gift Aid and recruit new donors, as well as to promote Hospice marketing and fundraising initiatives.

Turn takings into outstanding care.

As well as the opportunity to join an organisation where you will be able to make a difference to our patients and their families, some of our employee benefits include:

  • 27 days’ annual leave, plus recognised public holidays – rising to 29 days after 5 years’ service and 33 days after 10 years’ service (pro rata for part time)
  • Training support and development opportunities
  • Employee Assistance Programme – promoting staff wellbeing
  • Access to blue light card discount
  • Access to Pension Scheme

As the position at the East Molesey Shop could involve lone working, applicants must be at least 18 years of age.

About us:

Princess Alice Hospice is one of the top ten adult hospices in the UK, providing specialist palliative care and support to a community of more than a million people living in Surrey, south west London and Middlesex.

At Princess Alice Hospice we are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that values diversity. We are fully committed to equality of opportunities, and we warmly welcome applications from all backgrounds and cultures.

We are signed up to the Disability Confident scheme and we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy. We are a place where you can be you.

How to apply:

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At Princess Alice Hospice we are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that values diversity. We are fully committed to equality of opportunities, and we warmly welcome applications from all backgrounds and cultures.

We are signed up to the Disability Confident scheme and we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy. We are a place where you can be you.

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All of our vacancies except from retail are subject to a relevant DBS check.

For Excellence. For Compassion. For People. For Living.🕊️

Science & Healthcare
Industry
201-500
Employees
1986
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

Princess Alice Hospice is a centre of excellence. Can we improve on excellent? Absolutely. Every day we're improving our services. And we've made it our mission to reach even more people with the expert end of life care everyone deserves. A strategy for our future: innovate, improve, inspire As we look to the future, our vision remains the same and we continue to place people at the heart of everything we do. We recognise that we live in a time of uncertainty and change. Our plans provide us with the ability to adapt and develop, ensuring we remain focused on our long-term vision: Our communities will have the best care and support before, during and after death. We’ve identified four overarching priorities that will support our vision and underpin, sustain and develop our vital work now and in the future: Priority 1: Developing and expanding our specialist care We’ll provide and develop our outstanding, personalised, specialist end of life care by adapting our models of care and broadening access to our community services, focusing on providing the right care, by the right people, at the right time and in the right place. Priority 2: Empowering people in our communities who are caring for people at the end of life We’ll make sure people feel supported and have access to the right tools and advice to support others who are faced with death, dying, grief and loss. We’ll champion equity of access so that everybody can access our services equally. Priority 3: Enhancing our education, research and learning programmes to encourage and support an environment for innovation We’ll make sure people are supported and cared for at the end of life by health and social care professionals who have the right skills, expertise and confidence. Priority 4: Enhancing our collaborative influence in palliative and end of life care through leadership and advocacy We’ll improve end of life care for everyone