Deputy Shop Manager



Job Type

Part Time


Charity / Voluntary, Customer Service, Health / Nursing, Management, Medical, Retail, Sales / Business Development



Our client is looking to recruit a part-time Deputy Shop Manager in their Sherborne Shop.

Deputy Shop Manager
Location: Sherborne, DT9
Hours: 30 hours per week, inclusive of Bank Holidays worked 3 days, flexibility, weekends required.
Contract Type: Part-time, Permanent
Salary: £9.77 per hour, £15,283.11 per annum (based on a full-time salary of £18,849.17 per annum)
Annual Leave Entitlement: Initial entitlement is 33 days pro rata, inclusive of Bank Holidays, rising to 35 days after 1 year and increasing dependent on length of service.

About the role
You will support the Shop Manager with the day to day running of the shop, working collectively with a team of staff and volunteers to drive sales and maximise profit, knowing that you and your shop are making a positive difference to the lives of patients and their families all across Somerset.

This is the ideal opportunity to use and develop your skills and experience in a rewarding role. You will have gained experience in a retail environment, preferably with some management background although not essential as they have opportunities for full training and development for their managers. This role would suit someone who is looking to enhance their retail skills and develop themselves as a manager.

By joining the organisation you will quickly become part of a Retail Team that they are proud to say consists of over 700 dedicated individuals and volunteers. The team’s commitment, skills, passion, and energy combine to deliver significant income, enabling their clinical colleagues to deliver their services to nearly 5,000 people across Somerset.

About the Employer:
Our client is a Hospice charity, and their philosophy is to keep the patient at the heart of everything they do, and they expect staff to uphold their values at all times and fulfil their commitment to providing excellent specialist palliative care for patients and support to their families. They go to great lengths to recruit the right people. They want people with a positive attitude who are willing to go the extra mile, not because they are asked to but because they are passionate about working for the organisation.

The Hospice’s Competencies are:

Self-awareness - Understanding and being aware of yourself and how to react and interact with others
Outcomes and results - Organising ourselves to get the job done, delivering a high-quality service, and being accountable for the outcomes
Working with others - People working together to achieve team and organisational goals and respecting others
Leading in your area - Regardless of management position, everyone leads and take responsibility in their area of work

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate how they will use these Core Competencies to help this organisation put their values into practice.

Closing date: Sunday 9th October 2022
Interview: TBC

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