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Managing a Frade charity shop, your efforts are vitally important in helping local community members, keeping bulky goods out of landfill and working towards the care of our beautiful community and helping those less fortunate than you back into employment.

About the ROLE:

Our Shop Managers are Frade brand ambassadors, promoting the vision and mission of the Charity and our social enterprise.

Responsible for supporting the General Manager: Operations in driving performance and you will work closely with staff and volunteers to ensure the best level of customer service is provided. The position will be a ‘full-time’ role at 35 hours.

Benefits:

· Excellent career opportunities/development

· 25 days holiday per year

· Paid statutory holidays

· Contributory pension scheme

About FRADE:

Furniture Reclamation and Delivery Enterprise [Frade] was established in 1990 and formed as a charitable organisation in 1993.

Frade is a Community Interest Company that works to aid and improve poverty alleviation. Frade has developed a range of local collaborative initiatives and projects with four stores and growing across the North of England. We are members of the National Reuse Network, Community RePaint and the UK Men’s Shed Association.

FRADE is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

About YOU:

Self-motivated, with strong interpersonal skills, thrive on the challenges and opportunities that come with assisting in the running of a charity shop. Preference will give to car owners with full clean driving licence.

 

How to APPLY:

If you are interested please contact General Manager: Stephen Tyson on 01642 608791 or email: Stephen.tyson@frade.co.uk

Closing date:

30 December 2021, however this vacancy will close early should we receive sufficient candidates.