Are you a retail professional from either the commercial or not for profit sector looking to make a difference? If so, you could become part of a fantastic joint project between Trafford Carers Centre and Manchester Carers Centre. The two charities help to support unpaid carers who are caring for a loved one, who couldn’t manage without them, who live in the Trafford or Manchester area. The two centres are both network partners of the Carers Trust.

At the Centres they aim to support both young and adult carers in recognising their own needs, to help them achieve their aspirations and ensure they are fully understood, valued and supported in their caring role.

This is an exciting opportunity for a Shop/ Enterprise Manager/s to join two local charities to support them in their new venture of a Charity Shop with a Health and Wellbeing enterprise . We are looking for someone who is customer service orientated, with experience of running a retail store, who has a strong ability to build effective relationships with shop teams and volunteers and has a proactive attitude. You’ll have strong commercial awareness, a good understanding of budgeting and forecasting and enjoy using your sales skills. You’ll also have an ability to analyse data, draw insights and make recommendations to ensure the shop and enterprise hit their targets.

In this varied and exciting role you will be instrumental to making sure the shop and the health and wellbeing enterprise are at the hub of the local community, acting as the face of our charities and raising public awareness of our campaigns. For more information on the role please download the job description.

Deadline for Applications (please include your CV) is noon on Friday 22nd May 2015, please contact us at info@traffordcarerscentre.org.uk for an application pack.

If shortlisted you must be available to interview on Tuesday 2nd June 2015

Categories: Fundraising, Work for us

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