Bury Hospice is able to offer placements for young people wishing to gain experience within a work-based setting, whilst also providing an opportunity to learn more about the work of the Hospice and the services that we provide within our local community.
Should you wish to complete a placement at Bury Hospice we will work closely with you to design a bespoke placement experience in order to ensure that you get the most out of your time with us. This will include establishing a programme that allows you to spend time across our different sites and departments so that you gain a comprehensive understanding of all that is required and everyone that is involved in keeping our organisation running.
Our placements are available for those aged 16 or over who are required to complete a work-based placement through their educational institution i.e. college, sixth-form, university.
Please note our ability to accept you onto our programme will be dependent upon current capacity and the placement requirements of your educational institution.
Bury Hospice is looking for two charismatic Assistant Managers to support our shops in Bury Town Centre and Radcliffe, Bury. In this role you will manage the shop team to maximise sales and achieve budgeted profitability whilst promoting the work of Bury Hospice, deputising for the shop manager in their absence.
As an Assistant Manager, you will be keen to use your retail experience to maximise sales using effective visual merchandising techniques. You will be passionate about the work of the Hospice and will use your role to increase awareness of our fundraising activities with customers. Our shops depend on the local community, so you will be driven in this way and have a eagerness to continue our development of the community network.
Customer satisfaction and engagement is key to our success as a Hospice, in which your excellent customer service skills will be relied upon to provide a fantastic experience for customers and to resolve queries and complaints.
You will be a responsible individual, respectful of guidelines and procedures, such as those related to GDPR and cash handling. You will have an understanding of Gift Aid return and the associated HMRC guidelines, and you will aim to promote this with all shop transactions.
You will take ownership for shop-related administration, such as rotas, timesheets, and absence management, so IT skills are essential, along with your ability to be organised, accurate and timely. Volunteer shop assistants support us in our work so it would be beneficial to the role if you had experience of managing others.
This is a hands-on role, part-time hours with a requirement to work weekends and a flexible approach in order to meet operational demands.
Are you a proactive and organised fundraiser looking to make a difference? Bury Hospice has a vacancy for a grants fundraiser to manage and develop our existing income streams and evaluate new ones to help us provide more of the compassionate and life-changing care we are renowned for in Bury. The successful candidate will be highly organised and must have excellent relationship building and communication skills, both written and verbal. You will deliver our legacy and trust fundraising programmes with intelligence, drive and care. You should have experience of writing persuasively to different audiences.
Are you highly proactive, experienced and confident community co-ordinator looking to make a difference working with our community fundraisers? Based within the busy fundraising team, the role involves liaising with our community, supporter groups, schools and faith groups. You will support our third party fundraisers, increase engagement and inspire our community of supporters.