Jobs

Current vacancies

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Lottery Collectors

We are looking for Lottery Collectors to cover the areas of Ince, Pemberton, Atherton and Leigh. This is a self-employed, commission only role. Own transport is essential.

HR Assistant

We are looking for a HR Assistant to support managers with the recruitment and retention of staff and volunteers. You will maintain HR practices which ensure that the Hospice manages risk, is compliant with the appropriate legislation/standards and treats employees and volunteers fairly.

IPU Secretary

We are looking for an experienced Secretary to provide a reception service for the Inpatient Unit. You will be the first point of contact for all enquiries to the Inpatient Unit and provide a clerical, administrative and secretarial support to the IPU nursing team which will include liaising with other departments and external agencies.

Retail Co-ordinator

We are looking for an experienced Retail Co-ordinator to support the Retail Manager in the day to day operations of the Hospice shops and online sale platforms. The Retail Co-ordinator will act as the first point of contact for shop co-ordinators and volunteers, handling any enquiries that are received and escalating when appropriate. The successful candidate will also support the warehouse function through effective stock distribution and the co-ordination of volunteer drivers.

Head of Income Generation

We are looking to recruit to the new and exciting position of Head of Income Generation. You will join the Hospice during a period of service development and will take responsibility for all income generation streams including, fundraising, lottery, retail, donations, trading activities, legacies, grants and charitable trusts.

Volunteering opportunities

Ongoing opportunties

We always have opportunities to become a hospice volunteer. Increasingly, many employers look favourably on people who have undertaken voluntary, charity work. It can be advantageous on CVs and in job applications. Supporting charities can indicate a willingness to work and learn; a community spirit; and the opportunity to develop and expand a wide range of personal skills and experiences.

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