Store Manager

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Acorns Children’s Hospice Trust are looking for a Store Manager for our Erdington Superstore to lead a team of volunteers, achieve set targets and create an exceptional experience for every customer. You’ll work 37.5 hours per week, including some weekend working.

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About the Role

Acorns Children's Hospice are a children's charity, offering specialist palliative nursing care and support for local children and their families.  Every year, we support over 750 children and nearly 1,000 families, including those who are bereaved.  We have a network of charity shops across the West Midlands and Gloucestershire, which help to provide the funds that we need to provide this care.

As Community Superstore Manager you will:

  • provide inspired leadership and motivation to a team of volunteers and deputy managers
  • act as an entrepreneur to maximise every sales opportunity available, reviewing sales reports and making decisions based on the data and trends these reports show
  • create an exciting shop floor experience that makes Acorns stand out from our competitors
  • make decisions about the quality of stock, levels of pricing and style of merchandising
  • manage collections and deliveries of furniture and large items

About You

  • Retail experience and experience of working towards targets
  • Experience of leading and motivating a team 
  • IT skills
  • Happy to work weekends
  • Enjoy a role that involves significant levels of manual handling
  • Ability to coordinate a schedule of deliveries and collections

What We Offer

  • £28,375 per annum
  • 37.5 hours per week
  • Employee discounts from leading retailers
  • Employee gym discount scheme
  • Bike-to-Work scheme
  • Generous contribution to group personal pension plan
  • Acorns group life assurance scheme

Interviews are scheduled to be held on 14 August

You need to be eligible to work in the UK to be considered for this role. We are committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and therefore any successful candidate will be subject to a DBS check and will be asked to provide two satisfactory references.

As a UNICEF Gold Rights Respecting organisation we are committed to ensuring that the United Nations Convention for the Rights of the Child is embedded into both culture and practice within the organisation. As an employee you will be a Duty Bearer for Children’s Rights and support all children to be Rights Holders.

If you have any questions, please contact us at recruitment@acorns.org.uk

Find out about our culture, career development, benefits and more here: Why Work for Acorns?



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