Want to make a real difference in your community?
Our Op Shop teams do fantastic work in the community selling affordable pre-loved goods, and this helps to fund our essential, lifesaving services and community initiatives. They have created friendly, supportive community hubs, offering much-needed local services and even help New Zealand to be more environmentally sustainable - more recycling means less landfill!
Maybe you already have retail or customer service experience or perhaps you're looking for an opportunity to learn these skills - either way, we'd love to hear from you.
What's involved? There's plenty of variety in this role, you could be doing anything from:
serving customers, cash handling, sorting donated goods, visual merchandising, tidying the store, moving furniture, and driving.
This role contributes to United Nations Sustainable Development Goal
11: Sustainable cities and communities
We're looking for caring individuals keen to give back to their community. Retail experience is great but not essential. If you're keen to learn, enthusiastic and reliable, then we can teach you the skills you need. If you are at least 18 years old, and are keen to join our Op Shop team, apply now! We also welcome teenagers who are over 16 years old and would like to gain some retail experience, we'd love to support your development and provide supervision while you volunteer with us! The recruitment process will involve: an interview with the store manager a reference check a criminal record check (if over 18 years old) Optional: If your role is to involve driving (e.g. donation pick ups) we will also check that you have a current, full NZ Driver License.
We are looking for people who can spare 4 hours a week (one half-day shift), ideally for at least 6 - 12 months.
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.
Applicants for this role are required to give this organisation permission to check their criminal conviction history with the Ministry of Justice.
You can find out more about this process on the Ministry of Justice website: