Seasonal Stock Rotation Manager

Seasonal Stock Rotation. Changing over winter clothing to summer clothing and vice versa, putting Christmas stock in the shop and putting school uniform on the shop floor
Duration: Ongoing
When can volunteers volunteer? Monthly

This grid shows when you can volunteer for this organisation. E.G Monday morning.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Tasks the volunteer will be required to do:

Seasonal stock rotation takes place four times a year. Once in March to change from the Autumn and Winter over to the Spring and Summer stock and then in September to change from the Spring and Summer stock to the Autumn and Winter stock. There is also a Christmas rotation when Christmas stock is added to the shop floor. The fourth is in the summer, when the school uniform stock is placed on the shop floor. This involves removing all the current stock from the storeroom and the shop, sorting them for recycling, disposal or storing for next year. The new stock is be unpacked and placed in the storeroom with stock being prepared for the shop floor. This is normally completed on a Monday and Tuesday morning when the shop is closed to ensure that everything is place when the shop reopens on the Wednesday.

Skill and Qualifications Required:

Retail and stock control experience is desirable put not essential

Areas of Interest: Community, Customer Services, Families, Marketing, Retail
Opportunity suitable for: Long term commitment, Older people, People seeking work
What activities will the volunteer do? Customer Services, Fashion, Retail
Skills gained in this role: Cleaning and tidying, Organising, Teamwork
Home based opportunity? No
DBS Check Required: Yes
Opportunity Accessibility: Step free access clearly signposted into the building, Accessible toilets

About the host organisation

Hosted by: Helping Hand
Organisation Profile: Helping Hands - A voluntary organisation retailing a range of products on behalf of the six Methodist Churches of Hyde and Denton.
Charity number: 1150558