Wandsworth Oasis Looking To Recruit New People

Range of paid and volunteer positions available at local charity

Wandsworth Oasis looking to fill a number of positions
Wandsworth Oasis looking to fill a number of positions

Wandsworth Oasis is a rapidly growing chain of charity shops which raises funds for HIV support, prevention and awareness raising projects across South West London. Its shops include one on Garratt Lane and another on Upper Richmond Road, Putney.

They are looking to recruit for a number of roles including shop manager – click here for details and click here to make an application.

In addition a stock and acquisition volunteer is wanted to join its team – click here for details.

The latter role will be reporting to the Retail Operations Manager and a confident, self-motivated individual who wants to help drive its corporate donations programme is sought. Requirements for the role include; excellent organisational skills, reliable and professional demeanour, a personal and friendly manner, flexibility, a passion for charity shops and retail. Working closely with the Head of Retail, Retail Operations Manager and Community Engagement Manager this role focuses on building relationships with potential corporate partnerships who can donate good quality stock to shops to generate greater income.

To learn more about this role or to have a further chat click here.

Also required is a new Treasurer to join the Board of Trustees. The candidate would be a commercially focussed individual who shares the charity’s values who has the time and commitment to assist the Chair, Board of Trustees and staff team to achieve the next stage of the charity’s development.

For full information on what this role involves and how to apply click here.

From time to time, vacancies come up at Wandsworth Oasis through expansion or, less frequently, staff leaving. The roles are mainly retail focused, but other positions such as finance and marketing do come up.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, check out the requirements here.


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July 23, 2021


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